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Elephant facts
17 Facts about Elephants


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Elephants can hear one another's trumpeting calls up to 5 miles (8 kilometers) away.
The largest elephant on record weighed about 24,000 pounds (10,886 kg) with a height of 13 feet (3.96 m).
Elephants
can get sunburned
so they protect themselves
with sand.
About 100 elephants are being killed every day for their ivory.
African elephants have the best sense of smell in the animal kingdom.
Edison electrocuted an elephant in 1903 to prove Tesla's AC current was dangerous.
When the "Elephant Whisperer" Lawrence Anthony died, a herd of elephants arrived at his house to mourn him.
Elephants
are
scared
of bees.
Africa is home to the world's largest living land animal, the African elephant , and the tallest, the Giraffe .
Elephants are the only mammals, besides humans, to have chins.
Elephants normally only sleep 2 or 3 hours each day.
An adult elephant requires up to 300 kg of food and 160 litres of water per day.
An elephant's pair of tusks may exceed 441 pounds (200 kg).
96 elephants are
killed every day in Africa.
Elephants are pregnant
for 2 years.
African elephants can distinguish human languages, genders and ages associated with danger.
An elephant can smell water from 12 miles away.
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