Elephant-meat in a sentence

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De Bry mentions that the negroes of Guinea ate filthy, stinking elephant-meat and buffalo-flesh infested with thousands of maggots, and says that they ravenously devoured dogs' guts raw.
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Harry had in the meantime cut up some pieces of elephant-meat, which he put into the saucepan.
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In a short time Harry and Aboh came back with the saucepan of water, from which we filled our mugs, for the tough elephant-meat made us thirsty.
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Next morning at daybreak the whole camp was roused up by King Sanga Tanga, and the cooks set to work to dress the plantains which they had brought with them, and the elephant-meat which they had captured.
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To hell with elephant-meat, anyway.
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Examples of Elephant-meat

Example #1
Spencer, in his "Descriptive Sociology," describes a "Snake savage" of Australia who devoured the contents of entrails of an animal.
Example #2
The Indians of North America consider a broth made from the dung of the hare and caribou a dainty dish, and according to Abbe Domenech, as a means of imparting a flavor, the bands near Lake Superior mix their rice with the excrement of rabbits.
Example #3
Having placed it on the fire, he stuck some other slices on forked sticks as close as they could be placed to the flames.
Example #4
Above this having placed some thick leaves, he quickly filled up the hole.
Example #5
We were all suffering from hunger, and as we expected to find Aboh's dish as unpalatable as ours, we had made up our minds to lie down, if not exactly supperless, as hungry almost as before.
Example #6
I sprang back, as may be supposed, and was very cautious after this to feel with the pole I carried in my hand before I picked up any other sticks.