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What animals have ivory?

Ivory is formed from dentine, and constitutes the bulk of the teeth and tusks of animals, such as the elephant, hippopotamus, walrus, mammoth and narwhal.

What is ivory?

Ivory is an elephant tusk that is made into slates for carving. It is also a shade of off-white.   It's the name for the substance that makes up elephants tusks.
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Is there ivory on the Ivory Coast?

No. Ivory sales in Cote d'Ivoire are strictly prohibited and  tightly watched. Elephant populations of western Africa were  decimated by the trade in ivory. Beginning in the (MORE)

Is ivory a rock?

No    Ivory comes from elephants' tusks, and some animals teeth.
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Is ivory a flower?

No.    It's the stuff that elephants' tusks are made of.
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Is ivory real?

There is real ivory- a natural animal product, such as elephant ivory, walrus ivory, etc, and there is artificial manmade ivory.
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How was ivory discovered?

People noticed that some animals had big sharp things that they could use if they killed the animals first.
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Can you mail ivory?

Not unless it is in the form of artwork. I believe that the mere possession of raw ivory (unless it can definitely be dated as existing in that form BEFORE a certain date (NO (MORE)