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25 Incredible Elephant Information and Facts For Kids: 1. What Is An Elephant? The name elephant is derived from the Greek word ‘elephas’ which refers to ‘ivory’. The elephant is the largest mammal living on land. According to National Geographic’s website, African elephants grow up to around 8.2 to 13 feet from shoulder to toe, while ...

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15 Fun and Interesting Elephant Facts for Kids. Spread the love. When a child finds a new interest, it’s always fun to be able to explore it with them, and present them with the tools to dig deeper and learn more. If you know a kid who has expressed an interest in elephants, or animals in general, you’ll find this page very helpful! We’ve ...

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Facts About Baby Elephants . A baby elephant is called a calf. It weighs about 250 pounds at birth and stands about three feet tall. Calves can't see very well at first, but they can recognize their mothers by touch, scent, and sound. Baby elephants stay very close to their mothers for the first couple of months. The calves drink their mother's ...

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Elephants are the largest land animal in the world. In fact, the largest elephant ever recorded was an adult male African elephant that weighed 24,000 pounds and was 13 feet tall, when measured at the shoulder. Take a look below for 30 more fun and interesting facts about elephants. 1. Elephants are one of the...

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Elephants communicate with a range of vocalizations, from low-frequency rumbles, known as infrasound, which humans can’t hear, to higher-pitched screams and trumpets. Other elephants can hear these vocalizations as much as six miles away. This allows them to keep in touch when apart and also enables them to recognise if an elephant is a friend.

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Elephants are the strongest and largest land mammals on Earth. There are two primary species of elephants living today: the African elephant and the Asian elephant (also known as the Indian elephant). There are sub-species of each species. The scientific name for African elephants is Loxodonta africana and the Asian elephant name is Elephas Maximus

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In 1995, The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee was founded as a refuge where captive elephants could safely live out their lives in a natural habitat setting in the company of other elephants. Fast #EleFacts. Tune into The Sanctuary’s Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for more facts like these:

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elephant, largest living land mammal, found in tropical regions of Africa and Asia. Elephants have massive bodies and heads, thick, pillarlike legs, and broad, short padded feet, with toes bearing heavy, hooflike nails. The gray skin is loose, tough, thick, and nearly hairless.

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Elephant Facts for Kids Physical Characteristics of Elephant. At birth elephants weigh around 200–265 lb (90–120 kg). They have a consistent growth until reach adulthood which is unique in mammals. Females stop growing at 25 – 30 years while males cease at 35 – 45 years.

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14 Fun Facts About Elephants #5: Cartoons lie—elephants don’t like peanuts An elephant running in the Masai Mara, Kenya (Courtesy of Flickr user brittanyhock )