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pachyderm

any large, thick-skinned, non-ruminant, hoofed mammal, such as the elephant, hippopotamus or rhinoceros.
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US President Donald Trump's wife smiled as she petted and fed the pachyderms at the David Sheldrick Elephant and Rhino Orphanage at Nairobi National Park.
But the prominent pachyderms are destroying habitat for other animals.
Some 33 tonnes of grub were recorded in 10,000 harvests - heavier than six elephants, though quite why we have to bring pachyderms into the subject mystifies me.
'Elephants are a regular feature along the Gerik to Jeli highway as the pachyderms are not scared of humans.
A nonprofit organization devoted to the conservation of African pachyderms, the Elephant Project tweeted that the reprehensible behavior by the Trump administration will lead to more poaching.
pachyderms out of agricultural fields, the report said.
The House of Lords has the potential to attract the experts who might not otherwise be the pachyderms with little or no feeling that all politicians are expected to be.
The three pachyderms -- one male and two females -- were found dead on Wednesday near a village pond outside Kaeng Krachan national park in Prachuap Khiri Khan province.
We have no desire to step into the middle of that three-ring debate, but the phasing out of pachyderms certainly reflects shifting public attitudes.
Fragmentation of habitat, including construction activities, and increase in number of the pachyderms in northern West Bengal have exacerbated the HEC in the last decade, Bahuguna said.
The three pickled pachyderms ended up legless after getting stuck into a shedload of sweet marula fruit, which had fallen from trees and begun fermenting into alcohol.
Note the 2-gauge muzzleloader in the center--at the time, this was considered the proper medicine for pachyderms. Another noteworthy detail is the ghostly white blur in the lap of the client sitting on the right.