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animalcorner.org/animals/african-elephant

African elephants are named for the peculiar shaped ridges of their molar teeth. The ridges of an African elephants teeth are coarser and fewer than those of the Asian elephant. Here are some facts about the anatomy of an African Elephant: Heart and liver: The elephant heart weights 22 kilograms and circulates about 450 litres of blood. Inner ...

www.animalfactsencyclopedia.com/Elephant-facts.html

The largest animal on land, the African elephant starts out life big - usually 200 pounds at birth, and grows at a rate of up to 2 pounds a day. Most adult males reach full height - about 10 or 11 feet- at age fifteen, but continue to gain mass well into their thirties.

www.marylandzoo.org/animal/african-elephant

All four elephants at The Maryland Zoo are African elephants of the savannah type. In March 2007, the Zoo celebrated the first elephant birth in its 132-year history. “Samson,” a male calf, was born to “Felix,” one of 2 adult females in the Zoo’s herd. “Anna” is the other adult female, and “Tuffy” is the adult bull.

elephantaidinternational.org/elephant-facts

African elephants have large ears, shaped much like the continent of Africa itself. The larger surface area of their ears helps to keep African elephants cool in the blazing African sun. Asian elephants have less to worry about heat-wise, as they tend to live in cool jungle areas, so their ears are smaller.

worldmost.org/largest-elephant

The three elephant species currently recognized by scientists are the African Bush Elephant (Loxodonta africana), the African Forest Elephant (Loxodonta cyclotis), and the Asian, or Indian, Elephant (Elephas maximus).Centuries of hunting elephants for their ivory has reduced the population of these animals.

www.livescience.com/32893-elephant-species-differences.html

African elephants have fuller, more rounded heads, and the top of their head is a single dome. Asian elephants have a twin domed head with an indent in the middle.

www.elephantvoices.org/features-guide.html?id=808

Learn more about elephants - enjoy! What to look for to find the age of an African elephant (Start slideshow) Remember that adult males grow to be twice the size of adult females so the relative sizes of small adult, medium adult and large adult are different depending upon which sex you are considering. Photo B1

www.britannica.com/story/whats-the-difference-between-asian-and-african-elephants

African elephants and Asian elephants also differ in head shape. African elephants have rounded heads, while Asian elephants have a twin-domed head, which means there’s a divot line running up the head. Finally, you can look at the tusks. Both male and female African elephants can have tusks, but only male Asian elephants can grow them.

www.treehugger.com/extraordinary-facts-about-elephant-trunks-4858665

At the trunk’s tip, African elephant have two fingers while Asian elephants have one. The dexterity of the fingers allows an elephant the ability to do things like deftly pick up a single blade ...

wildlifewonders.com/elephant-sculptures

The Elephant Statues in our Elephant Sculpture Collection range in price from $28 to $20,000. Find the perfect African Elephant sculpture or a unique Asian Elephant Sculpture for any occasion or setting in this beautiful, curated collection of Elephant Statues and Elephant Figurines.