African Elephant

African elephants are loxondata genus and is the biggest elephant, comprising two species, the African bush elephant and the smaller African forest elephant. African elephant is the largest terrestrial animal hiudp, thickset body rests on stocky legs, an elephant's trunk ends in two opposing lips.

The biggest elephant ever recorded as high as 13.1 feet, a weight of 10 tons. Teeth: elephants have four molars weighing 5 kg each. Elephants are usually arranged in a single family unit, each unit consisting of about ten families females. Elephants at the age of 25 and 45 is the most fertile period for childbearing. Elephants are very smart to have a complex brain neocortex. Elephants eat roots, grasses, fruit and bark they eat very much. adult elephant can consume 300 pounds a day. African elephants like elephant asia, not easily tamed, elephants can be found in the eastern, southern and western Africa, either in the jungle or desert. elephants are across sub-Saharan Africa and the rain forests of central and western Africa. also found in the desert mali sahel. herd, a small nomadic mali elephants migrate in a circular route through the desert in search of water.

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