In a fight between the elephant and a hippopotamus, the elephant emerges as the winner. The elephant is bigger and stronger, while the hippopotamus is slower and does not have the same reach as an elephant. More »

In a fight between a hippo and a rhino, the rhino would win. The rhino can run at faster speeds and weighs more than the hippo. In addition, the rhino has a sharp horn to defend itself, while the hippo only has teeth. More »

Male elephant seals often fight one another for territorial dominance and for breeding rights; fatal fights, however, are rare. Large bulls are protected by calloused skin and blubber in vital areas, reducing the risk of... More »

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The gestation period for an elephant is 640 to 660 days. This is equivalent to about 95 weeks, or 22 months, and is the longest gestation period of any mammal. More »

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An elephant is pregnant for up to two years before giving birth, the longest gestation period of any mammal. Elephants are the largest living and largest-brained land animal in the world, and a long development is needed... More »

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The average gestation period for an elephant is approximately 22 months. Just like with humans, this is not a hard and fast rule. One elephant was pregnant for a total of 700 days — just shy of 2 years — before giving bi... 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 »