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American Sign Language: "elephant"

The sign for "elephant" uses a flat hand to show the trunk. Start near your nose and then move downward and outward.


Elephant animation: (version 1)


There is another version of elephant that uses a "C" handshape to show the shape of the trunk.

ELEPHANT (version 2)

See: Elephant animation (version 2)

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