By: Trevor Hollie
A African Elephant is the largest land animal! Its ears cover their neck and shoulders. Their feet have 4 or 5 toes. These Elephants bathe in mud so they may look brownish. African Elephants have rough/tough skin. Their trunk is very muscular. The Elephants tusks are made of Ivory. African Elephant stand more than 11 feet tall.
African Elephants eat grasses all across the savanna.They eat some vegetables. The elephants rarely eat sugar can and fruits.
African Elephants live South of the Sahara desert.Also the elephants live in some marshes.African elephants live in savannas and plains all across the continent of Africa.
:) Fun Facts! :)
African Elephants have no sweat glands. Loxondona Africana is the scientific name for the African Elephant. The Elephant has padded feet. African Elephants are 8.3 meters long. A new born weighs about 220 pounds. The elephants touch trunks for a greeting.