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The Elephant Museum at Lebaba Camp
South Africa

The Elephant Museum at Letaba Camp features the tusks of the 10 biggest tuskers of all time. Elephants with massive tusks weighing nearly 100kg!

Virtual Tour Photography by 360 South Africa.

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Tags: museum; elephant; kruger national park; skeleton; whale; dinosaur; bone
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