Where do African elephants live?

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The majority of the population of African elephants live in the forest or savannah grasslands. The presence of large game reserves and parks provides the elephants with ample space in which to operate; typically going long distances in search of water and pasture.
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African Elephants occupy deserts, forests, savannas, river valleys and marshes in sub-Saharan Africa.
African elephants live in different areas. They make their homes through most of central, east, and southern Africa. Anywhere that is south of the Sahara, you may be ale to find these illustrious creatures. You can find more information here: http://www.elephantcountryweb.com/Ellies2.html
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