Where Do Elephants Originally Come from?

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Historically, elephants were believed to occupy all continents of the world except Australia and Antarctica. Over the course of time, most of the elephants became extinct leaving those in Africa and Asia.
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Elephants live in the grasslands, woodlands and tropical forests of Africa and the rain forests of India, Nepal and Southeast Asia.
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