Elephants are herbivores so they eat things like fruit, bark and grasses. An adult elephant can eat more than 300 pounds of food per day. More »

An elephant has only one stomach. An adult elephant's stomach is cylindrical and about 75 to 90 centimeters long. It can hold between 30 and 90 liters of content. More »

A baby elephant is called a calf. It weighs about 220 pounds at birth. More »

Indian elephants are mega-herbivores and consume a wide variety of grasses, shrubs, tree stems, vines, bark and roots. The type and proportions of the plants they consume are dependent on the season and their specific ha... More »

Elephants eat vegetation in the form of grasses, bushes, small plants, tree bark, twigs, fruit and roots. They spend 16 to 18 hours a day eating, which equates to about 80 percent of the day. More »

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As the largest land mammals on Earth, adult elephants consume up to 300 pounds of food in a single day. A variety of bark, fruits, grasses and roots make up the majority of an elephant's diet. More »

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The diet of an African elephant consists of roots, grasses, buds, leaves, fruits and barks. Elephants can eat up to 350 pounds of food daily. More »