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Introduction

Introduction

Name Elephant

It is an Endangered species.

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What They Look Like

What They Look Like

Long Trunks

Big Ears

Fat Body

Big Eyes

10,000 Pounds

Big Tusks

Little Hair

Big Toe Nails

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Lifespan

Lifespan

Asian Elephants can live to be 80 years old

African Elephants can live to be 60 years old

Elephants are endangered.

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Habitat

Habitat

The Asian and African Elephants Habitat are Forests, Woodlands, Grassy Plains, Swamps, and Deserts.

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Climate

Climate

An African Elephants Climate is in the Desert,

it is hot and dry and it rarely rains

An Asian Elephants climate is also hot and dry.

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Landforms

Landforms

The landforms near Elephants are Rivers, Grasslands, and Deserts

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What They Eat

What They Eat

Elephants are hebavores

Elephants food is mostly leaves and bushes

Zoo Elephants eat 660 pounds of veggies a day

African and Asian Elephants eat roots, grass, fruit, and bark

Elephants feed themselves by sucking up food in there trunks and putting it in there mouth

Elephants also love peanuts

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Behavior

Behavior

Elephants stay in groups called Herds that helps them defend themselves

The social behavior is that a male and female are very different

The female spend there lives in a family of Daughters, Sisters, Mothers, Aunts

When the group gets too big the older daughters will break off and form a new group

The males fight each other to determine who is the leader

To keep cool they suck up water in their trunk and spray it on themselves

They are not territorialthey travel a lot to find food

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Babies

Babies

The babies are called Calves

15 minutes after the baby is born it stands

At birth the Elephant weighs about 200 pounds and stands 3 feet tall

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Physical Adaptation

Physical Adaptation

Long trunks help it them eat or take a bath

Sharp tusks help it scare away predators

Big ears can be used to fan itself to bring its temperature down

Also its ears help it hear any danger coming

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