ACCI DB Indian Elephants

The Indian elephant is one of the three subspecies of the Asian elephant. They are smaller than African elephants and have smaller ears. They were used as war elephants in the region of Punjab in antiquity. There was around a hundred of them at the historical battle of the Hydaspes River, where Alexander the Great fought King Porus during his conquest of the East.

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