you know that elephant's trunk is a highly sensitive organ with over
100,000 muscle units?
are the largest land
animals. They typically live for 50 to 70 years, but the oldest
recorded elephant lived for 82 years. At birth it is common for an
elephant calf to weigh 120 kilograms (260 lb).
In nature elephants live
in herds, with a number of them always keeping together, just like a
herd of cows. Elephants don't live in one place, like many other
smaller animals, because they eat a lot, so they have to keep moving
from place to place in order to get more food.
They will eat all there is in one part of the jungle, and then travel
many miles to a new place, not coming back to the first one until there
are more green leaves, fresh grass, or new bark on the trees which they
have partly stripped before.