By Liam Satherley
Elephants are the largest land animals in the world. Elephants normally can be found in sunny places. Some elephants are the same and some
elephants are different because they are a different species. Elephants can survive to 70-75 years old. Elephants are a big mammal.
Elephants are normally gray and they also have rough skin. Elephants are 4 tonnes in weight. Elephants height are normally 2.5 to 3 meters. Elephants usually eat for up to 16 hours. Elephants also flap their ears to keep them cool. Elephants use their tusks to defend themselves from predators.
African elephants have been killed by humans. Elephants are not enemies. Elephants can also dig mud.
Elephants live in Africa and Asia. The Asian elephant has bigger tusks. Elephant tusks can grow to two meters, elephants are the biggest land animal in the world.
|An elephant drinking water|