Scientific Name of Elephant?

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The scientific name of an elephant is Loxodotna Africana. The name is used to refer to an African savannah elephant. The name originated from Africa.
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Currently, there are only three types of elephants alive. They are: Loxodonta Africana (African savannah elephant), Loxodonta Cyclotis (African forest elephant) and Elephas Maximus (Asian elephant).
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