Have you been told?
The largest and most powerful animal alive today is the elephant. Its color is from grayish to brown. The body hair is very sparse and coarse. It has long, white tusks, strong legs, enormous sides and back, long, hanging ears, a short tail, small eyes, and, most importantly, a long nose that it calls the trunk. The elephant's trunk is a peculiar feature that serves many purposes.
It picks leaves off the trees and puts them in its mouth. It draws up water by it and can squirt it all over its body like a shower bath. It is quite hungry. An entire enormous bunch of bananas can fit inside of it in one gulp. They need to eat up to 150kg of food per day. They have a bulky, unusual physique.
Africa's dense forests are home to elephants.
Some of them are in Asia. Elephants are different from others; they are bigger, stronger, have longer tusks, and have larger ears.
They can run up to 25 miles per hour despite their size.
Elephants take up sounds and rumbles with their feet, in addition they sound like trumpet, snorts, roars, cries, and purring.
The elephant is a very clever animal. It is incredibly helpful to man due of its strength and intelligence.
Elephants were used in battle in the past, and armies had their own battalions of trained elephants. They continue to have their seats in state ceremonial occasions.
A lot of elephants are captured alive to be trained and tamed. They prepared them for labor and the lifting of weights. In the circus, they serve as entertainment. They can be trained to paint pictures and play soccer.
An elephant's pregnancy lasts for 22 months. That is the longest pregnancy of any mammal at approximately two years! Despite being born blind, infant elephants may immediately rise and walk.
An elephant can live for 50 to 70 years on average. The oldest Asian elephant ever recorded was Ling Wang in which it died at the age of 86.
They were utilized for tourists. They provide elephant rides for which people pay them.
Elephant capture is a difficult and hazardous task. Elephants are shy, wild animals when left alone, yet if assaulted, they may be a formidable foe.
Elephants are a great help to man in their work. Nonetheless, elephants are mostly hunted in a small number of locations for their extremely valuable ivory tusks.
There are many organizations that are mainly focusing on ways to improve elephant habitats and educating children and adults about elephants, how to take care of and save them.
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