What Is the Biggest Elephant in the World?

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The biggest elephant in the world ever recorded was shot in Angola in 1955 and it weighed about 10, 900 kilograms which is almost eleven tonnes. It had a shoulder height of 3.96 metres which is a metre tall than the average African elephant which are the largest land animals.
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