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Elephants are the end of a 60m-year lineage – last of the megaherbivores

Four-tuskers, hoe-tuskers, shovel-tuskers are all wiped out – now only a fragment of this keystone species remains

Ugnau 1aIf, just 800 generations ago, we took a summer holiday to Crete, Cyprus or Malta, we would have found familiar-looking islands, filled with the flowers and…

Source: Elephants are the end of a 60m-year lineage – last of the megaherbivores | Environment | The Guardian

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