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Tusk-Clicking

Standing in parallel Head-Raising and Ear-Lifting two closely allied elephants may (apparently purposefully) click their tusks together. Elephants may click their tusks together during intense social interactions such as a Greeting-Ceremony or during interactions in which an elephant wishes to express solidarity with a friend or family member (see Coalition). (67)