Learn about Elephants

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Elephants are large mammals of the Elephantidae family.

There are two species of elephants, the African elephant and the Asian elephant. Elephants are scattered throughout Sub-Saharan Africa, South Africa and Southeast Asia.

Male African elephants are the largest surviving land animals and can reach a height of 13 ft and weigh 7,000 kg (15,000 lb).

We hope you enjoy learning about them!

Here are some basic facts about elephants. 

Here you can read more in depth-about elephants.

Click here for a video about elephant conservation.

Here are facts on Asian elephants.

Here are facts on African elephants.

Here is a website all about African elephants.

Here’s a gallery of videos of baby elephants.

Here is a website all about Asian elephants. 

Here are some threats that the Asian elephants have.

Here is a link on the Indian elephant.

Click here to learn what elephants eat.

Here is a page about mammals.

Here is a documentary on elephants.

 Here’s a quick fact video on Elephants.

Here is a video on Asian elephants.

 Elephants are extremely intelligent, and even creative! This video is of an elephant painting a self portrait.

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