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Animal AnatomyPlay
Tusks are an animal body part, specifically elongated teeth, often associated with elephants. SlideElephant tusks can weigh over 200 pounds each.
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Conservation StatusPlay
'Tusk' can be sensitive due to poaching issues, mainly when discussing ivory, which comes from tusks. SlideMany conservation programs aim to protect elephants for their tusks.
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Symbol of StrengthPlay
Tusks are often symbols of strength and power in various cultures and stories. SlideThe chief's throne was adorned with mighty tusks.