How Do Elephants Keep Themselves Cool?

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Elephants keep themselves cool by wallowing in mud and flinging dust on themselves using their trunks. They also spray water on themselves using the trunk and sometimes they spray each other with water to cool down their body temperature.
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by flapping their ears or washing wiith water.
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