Ok, you may have watched NatGeo for years, the Animal Planet, Discovery, and more than a dozen other programs on television, but you have never, ever seen anything like this!

What do you think you see?

This cow elephant is normal, along with her calf, but her tusks are not. Is it an act of nature during growth, genetics, or something else? Whatever it is, it makes her very unique.

Cow and her calf
Unique in all the world?

In discussions on several forums, with staff in the general area, and National Park officials, no one has recalled seeing this jumbo before.

Tusks or fangs??
One long tooth!

Enjoy the pictures and please provide feedback if you have something to add!!