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www.livescience.com/27320-elephants.html

Asian elephants live in Nepal, India and Southeast Asia in scrub forests and rainforests. [ Elephant Images: The Biggest Beasts on Land ] African elephants are the larger of the two species.

safarisafricana.com/african-vs-asian-elephant

There is no overlap in the ranges of African and Asian elephants, so they’re never found together in the wild. Asian elephants live in forested areas across Southern Asia – from Nepal, through India, and across Sri Lanka – and throughout Southeast Asia, including Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia, Laos, and Cambodia.

www.infobarrel.com/Facts_About_Elephants_Where_Do_Elephants_Live

Which countries do elephants live in? In the wild, elephants live on two continents: Africa and Asia. This is, funnily enough, where the subspecies names "African elephants" and "Asian elephants" come from. Complicated stuff! There are two main subspecies among African elephants: forest elephants and bush (savanna) elephants.

animals.sandiegozoo.org/animals/elephant

Asian elephants live in India, Nepal, and parts of Southeast Asia. Their habitat is scrub forest and rain forest, and they are often found along rivers during dry months. African elephants ( Loxodonta africana ) are found in eastern, central and southern Africa, living in lowland and montane forests, flood plains, and all types of woodland and ...

youngadventuress.com/2019/08/riding-elephants.html

There are only 40,000 Asian elephants left in the wild, and more than half of Thailand’s 7,000 elephants still live in captivity, enduring daily beatings. So why do tourists continue to ride on the backs of captive elephants? The main culprit is simply lack of awareness.

animals.net/asian-elephant

They live in savannas, grasslands, rainforests, scrub forests, deciduous forests, and more. Their range extends from sea level all the way to 1,000 ft. high elevations. Distribution of the Asian Elephant. Before humans decimated their populations, these creatures used to live throughout vast areas in southern Asia.

globalelephants.org/the-basics

In the wild, elephants can live to be about 70 years old. In a survey of 4,500 captive elephants worldwide, among African elephants, zoo-born females live an average of 16.9 years in zoos, while those in the wild make it to 56. Asian elephants, the more endangered of the two species, live 18.9 years in captivity and 41.7 in the wild. (Time 2008).

howlongdolive.com/elephants-lifespan

How long do elephants live in captivity? The elephant species play a role in determining how long elephants live. Generally speaking, Asian elephants live shorter lives because most of them are used as working animals. Some statistics show that Asian elephants in Myanmar where they are used in different industries live around 40-41 years.

www.ehranamibia.org/about-desert-elephants

Early ancestors of elephants have roamed all over North America, Europe, Asia and Africa. Today, only two genera of the family Elephantidae are living: Loxodonta and Elephas. Namibia's desert elephants or desert-dwelling elephants thrive in a unique environment, and although their behaviour suggests that they are a distinct species of elephant ...

www.animalsasia.org/uk/media/news/news-archive/elephants-in-captivity-what...

Asian elephants are considered “small” in comparison to their African cousins, but adults can still reach over 3 metres tall, 6 metres long and weigh over 5 tonnes. They live in family groups of calves, mothers, aunties, grandmothers and great-grandmothers, wandering over vast areas of forest and grassland, led by a matriarch, in search of ...