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  • Elephant Facts Elephant Facts and Information. Feeding, habitat, distribution, reproduction, anatomy and more. Facts about the African Elephant and the Asian Elephant and the conservation efforts made to preserve Elephants.
  • Facts about Elephants Elephants are the largest of all land animals in the world. It takes a female 22 months from conception to have a baby. This is longer than any other animal in the world.
  • Types of Elephants Index of Types of Elephants. The elephant species overview, the african elephant and the asian elephant, contrasting their differences.
  • Elephant Species It is estimated that there were once more than 350 species of elephants in the world. Today we only have two of them left – the Asian and the Africa species.
  • African Elephant The African elephant is the largest of the two species left in the world. They have extremely large ears and both the males and the females grow tusks.
  • Asian Elephant The Asian elephant has a huge body but with ears that are smaller than others. The males develop tusks but the females don’t.
  • Elephant Information Elephant information index. Elephant habitat, feeding, reproduction, anatomy, communication, evolution, predators, social sturcture and distribution
  • Elephant Habitat Elephants are able to survive in a variety of different locations because of the huge variety of food sources that they consume.
  • Elephant Feeding Elephants are herbivores which means that they consume only plant life.
  • Elephant Reproduction Elephants hold the record for the longest duration of time from conception to when they offspring is born. This period is 22 months
  • Elephant Anatomy Elephants are very large animals with an anatomy that is developed so that they have a very good chance of survival in their natural habitat.
  • Elephant Communication Since elephants are highly intelligent they are among the most fascinating to watch when it comes to how they communicate.
  • Elephant Evolution Forms of the elephant are believed to date back to 2,000 B.C. In these early times they were used to help with building due to their size.
  • Elephant Predators Most people find it extremely interesting that elephants are classified as having no natural enemies. However, that doesn’t mean they are always safe out there in the wild.
  • Elephant Social Structure The social structure of the elephant is quite complex compared to that of most other animals out there.
  • Elephant Distribution The fact that elephants can live in a variety of habitats means that they have continually been able to redistribute themselves in the wild when they needed to.
  • Humans and Elephants Humans and Elephants Index. Elephant research, Elephants and Humans, Elephants in captivity and Elephants in popular Culture.
  • Elephant Research Current research for elephants is focusing on how to help them to survive. Their natural habitat continues to be destroyed and that is a huge problem.
  • Elephants and Humans The relationship between humans and elephants has had its ups and downs. Some people are out to destroy them, thinking that hunting of these massive animals is the ultimate thrill.
  • Elephants in Captivity If you have seen an elephant up close then it was likely one in captivity. Many people view them in such settings as very calm creatures.
  • Elephants in Culture Elephants seem to be everywhere in modern culture. These animals have been known to signify so much.
  • Elephant Conservation Elephant Conservation Index. Elephants endangered, Elephant Conservation Efforts, Elephant Hunting.
  • Elephants Endangered Elephants are endangered animals and that is a statement that all of us need to take very seriously.
  • Elephant Conservation Efforts Due to the continually drop in numbers, all elephants in the world are protected and conservation efforts are in place.
  • Elephant Hunting Unfortunately many experienced hunters feel that the ultimate experience for trophy hunting is to go after elephants.
  • Elephants and Global Warming Elephants have definitely been affected by global warming in a variety of ways. These animals rely upon plenty of plants and fruits in their natural habitat to be able to survive on.