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Elephant Valley

The African Elephant is the largest land mammal on earth and is considered a keystone species due to its impact on the environment.

These elephants are “savanna gardeners” by clearing the forest and emerging trees, they help create grasslands. Their tremendous appetite, their ability to dig mud wallows to bathe in and even wells to access precious underground water in times of draught, as well as the immense amount of manure they produce, all have a significant impact on their habitat.
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