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- Elephant apple is a common name for several plants with edible fruits and may refer to: Dillenia indica Dillenia philippinensis Limonia acidissima...
- Limonia. Common names for the species in English include wood-apple and elephant-apple. Limonia acidissima is a large tree growing to 9 metres (30 ft)...
- ethologists view the elephant as one of the world's most intelligent animals. With a m**** of just over 5 kg (11 lb), an elephant's brain has more m****...
- The Apples' Tidal Wave 7" EP was the first Elephant 6 product. Hart designed the Art Nouveau-inspired Elephant 6 logo for the label of The Apples EP....
- Dillenia indica, commonly known as elephant apple, is a species of Dillenia native to China and tropical Asia. It is an evergreen large shrub or small...
- The Indian elephant (Elephas maximus indicus) is one of three extant recognised subspecies of the Asian elephant and native to mainland Asia. Since 1986...
- Philippines and can be used for urban greening. Its fruit is known as elephant apple. Katmon grows in low to medium altitude forests throughout the Philippines...
- Blocks is equivalent to twelve 1/2 Apples. A set of 1/2 B****o Blocks is equivalent to twenty-four 1/4 Apples. Elephant blocks are a three legged stable...
- Apple Corps Ltd (informally known as Apple) is a multi-armed multimedia corporation founded in London in January 1968 by the members of the Beatles to...
- Topsy (circa 1875 – January 4, 1903) was a female Asian elephant put to death at a Coney Island, New York, amu****t park by electrocution in January 1903...
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