Things get out of hand when a rambunctious work elephant comes face to face with Thomas Edison's insatiable ambition.
Elephants cooperate and prove how smart they really are.
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Before about 360 million years ago, no vertebrates had limbs. They all shared the same fish-like body shape. But around that time something exciting happened.
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After elephants, Nile hippos are the largest land animals, weighing up to eight or nine thousand pounds.But, unlike elephants, hippos spend their days in the water, which might make it seem silly to ask: can hippos swim?
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