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Did you know . . .
. . . that the word "elephant" has both Greek and Latin origins? In Greek, "elephas" represents an antlered beast or stag. In Latin, the word is divided into two separate words: "ele" meaning arch and "phant" meaning huge.
Elephant Stories and History
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