Biology, asked by jyoti4869, 10 days ago

the tusk of an elephant is an enormously enlarged ​

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Answered by shejal8

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Answered by ronakbhavsar495


  • In mammals, the tusks or teeth are usually enlarged into canines, and in case of elephants these tusks are blessing because they make the elephant look majestic whereas they are also problematic as poachers try to destroy the tusks.  
  • The tusks are also enlarged as they are used for scraping barks, for digging and foraging and it also gives them the facility to feed themselves.

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