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Kruger National Park
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Ever since the Magnificent Seven were first named in the 1970's, Kruger's elephants with large tusks have been a source of awe and inspiration around the world. While many of Africa's elephant populations have seen the genes of their largest tuskers depleted by ivory hunting and poaching, Kruger's legends live on.
Find out more about Kruger's Magnificent Seven, other past tuskers and today's emerging tuskers by clicking on the links below.
- Magnificent Seven – uncover the history of the famous Magnificent Seven and learn about each elephant's character and home range.
- Unsure of Status/Presumed Dead Tuskers
- The Legend continues...from the Emerging Tuskers - find out about the elephants you may see in the park today, the likely big tuskers of the future, and discover how you can help us keep track of them.
- Past Tuskers
- Female Tuskers
- Tuskers by name – an alphabetical list of all Kruger's tuskers over the past thirty years.
- Tuskers by location – a clickable map showing where each tusker has been seen in the park.