Elephant Questions and Answers

As far as I am concerned, elephant riding is unethical. Elephants are not meant for the purpose of riding. These are wild animals and unlike, dogs or horses, they have never been domesticated. ...

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The Elephant nose (trunk) is long because this is the part of their body that determines their survival. The nose is fused with their upper lip. This elongated part of their body determine how ...

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Yes, Elephants are afraid of ants most especially the Elephants in Africa. Research shows that Elephants avoid trees that have ants on them. With the aid of their sensitive trunk which has many ...

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Elephants are the largest terrestrial animals, it is befitting for them to have large ears. The Elephant ears serve may functions, this may be the reason why it has evolved over time to carry out ...

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Elephants are herbivores, just like other herbivores, they do not eat meat. Their digestive tract is not structured to digest meat. Elephants eat mostly grass, they also eat barks, roots, leaves, ...

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Elephants use their tusk for many purposes, they use it for lifting objects, for defence and for offence. The tusks protect the trunk which is a sensitive part of the Elephant. The tusks which ...

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Jumbo is the most famous Elephant in the world. It is also the first super star animal. The African Elephant was the star of Barnum and Barley circus. Jumbo was a very big elephant, he weighed ...

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The WWF's African Elephant program is one of the programs in Central, Eastern, Southern and West Africa. They provide support to secure the future of Elephants in Africa. They work to reduce the ...

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Elephants are animals that are commonly found in zoos. However, the African and Indian elephants also are known for living in the wild. This means that they do not live in captivity and must ...

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