African elephants are two distinct species

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Genetically as separate as the Asian elephant and a mammoth

January 2011: Contrary to the belief of many scientists, new research confirms that Africa has two - not one - species of elephant. Scientists from the University of York, as well as America's Harvard Medical School and the University of Illinois used genetic analysis to prove that the African savanna elephant and the smaller African forest elephant have been largely separated for several million years.

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