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Jaw-Tilted-Upwards

Standing with the chin/jaw tilted upwards (so that tusks become more parallel rather than perpendicular to the ground) and, if walking away, the chin is both raised and turned slightly to the side while Looking-Back; Ears are slightly spread and lifted; this posture is unlike an aggressive elephant Head-High who looks squarely at its adversary with ears and tusks held more perpendicular to the ground. (51)