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Fossil tracks and trunk marks reveal signs of ancient elephants on South Africa's coast

By Charles Helm, Research Associate, African Centre for Coastal Palaeoscience, Nelson Mandela University
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There are no body fossils of elephants from this time period, so the available information of how these gigantic animals moved through the ancient landscapes depends entirely on the track record.


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