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The 300 square kilometre Tembe Elephant Park on the border between South Africa and Mozambique is one of the few safe havens for the so-called “Great Tuskers” – bull elephants with gigantic tusks. The sanctuary was established in 1983 and opened to the public in 1991. This year it celebrates its 25th anniversary. Rhinoceroses, lions, leopards and buffaloes live alongside the elephant kings in the park. The local community runs the park autonomously, opens it for tourists and runs a lodge.