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Babar the elephant hero of a series of picture-books, written and drawn by Jean de Brunhoff (1899–1937) and then by his son Laurent (1925– ); Babar as a young elephant has lived with people, but has returned to the jungle to become king of the elephants with his cousin and wife Celeste.

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Babar

Babar: see Babur.

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