By: Anitse Sanchez
Habitat and Diet
Elephants are the largest terrestrial animal. Elephants are mostly known for their tusks. They are a brownish gray color. They have a ear shape of a triangular or trapezoid. An elephant's foot is a large pad of fat and connective tissue at the heel.
Their skin has a wrinkly texture.
It was thought that there have been 3-5 million elephants in the 1930s and 1940s. In the 1980s 100,000 elephants were killed. 300,000 elephants are still roaming the sub regions.
When elephants swim they use their trunk as a snorkel to breathe. The elephant is the only mammal in the world that can't jump. Their skin is one inch thick. An elephants trunk contains more than 40,000 muscles.fo
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