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Apr 11, 2022

[Answer] 2. Probably the most famous real elephant was one owned by circus promoter P.T. Barnum in the 1800s. What was his name?

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...1. Big Boy 2. Enormo 3. Mabutu 4. Jumbo Jumbo was a male African elephant bought by U.S. promoter and circus owner P.T. Barnum in 1881 from the London Zoo. While there, the elephant had been named Jumbo, probably after one of two Swahili words: jumbe, meaning "chief", or jambe, meaning "hello". Barnum owned over twenty elephants but Jumbo became the most famous, being exhibited in New York City and then across North America. He was killed when hit by a locomotive in St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada in 1885, while parading through the city. Barnum had Jumbo's skin stuffed and exhibited that for a while, eventually giving it to Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts. Jumbo became Tufts' mascot by name; as well, his name has become synonymous with anything of large proportions.




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