African Elephant

Elephants are the largest land mammals on Earth. These herbivorous animals are identified by their unique features such as their long trunks for breathing, gathering water, and grabbing objects, ivory tusks used as weapons and tools for foraging, and large ears that flap to control body temperature. Elephants tend to stay near bodies of water and various species have adapted to savannahs, forests, deserts and marsh environments. Though elephants are listed as both vulnerable and endangered today, when protected in the wild they can live up to 70 years.

African Elephant has a height of 8’3”-13’ | 2.5-4 m.
The African Elephant has an overall height of 8’3”-13’ | 2.5-4 m, width of , and depth of .
The African Elephant has an overall height of 8’3”-13’ | 2.5-4 m, width of , and depth of . The seat height of the African Elephant is set at with arms at .
The African Elephant has an overall height of 8’3”-13’ | 2.5-4 m, length of 10’-16’6” | 3-5 m, and depth of .
The African Elephant has an overall height of 8’3”-13’ | 2.5-4 m, length of 10’-16’6” | 3-5 m, and depth of . The seat height of the African Elephant is set at .
African Elephant have an overall length of 10’-16’6” | 3-5 m and width of . African Elephant have an overall area of .
The African Elephant has an overall height of 8’3”-13’ | 2.5-4 m, length of 10’-16’6” | 3-5 m, and depth of . The African Elephant has a seat height set at and an arm height of .
The average African Elephant has an overall height of 8’3”-13’ | 2.5-4 m, withers (shoulder) height of , and body length of 10’-16’6” | 3-5 m. A typical African Elephant weighs between 5,500-15,400 lb | 2,500-7,000 kg and has a lifespan of roughly 70 years.
The typical African Elephant has an overall height of 8’3”-13’ | 2.5-4 m and body length of 10’-16’6” | 3-5 m. An average African Elephant weighs between 5,500-15,400 lb | 2,500-7,000 kg and has a typical lifespan of 70 years.
African Elephant has a width of and height of 8’3”-13’ | 2.5-4 m.
The African Elephant has a height of 8’3”-13’ | 2.5-4 m, width of , and a depth of . The African Elephant was released in 70 years.
The African Elephant has a height of 8’3”-13’ | 2.5-4 m, width of , depth of , and weighs 5,500-15,400 lb | 2,500-7,000 kg. The African Elephant was released in 70 years.
Illustrations of an African Elephant standing from the side, front, and back and laying down

Elephants are the largest land mammals on Earth. These herbivorous animals are identified by their unique features such as their long trunks for breathing, gathering water, and grabbing objects, ivory tusks used as weapons and tools for foraging, and large ears that flap to control body temperature. Elephants tend to stay near bodies of water and various species have adapted to savannahs, forests, deserts and marsh environments. Though elephants are listed as both vulnerable and endangered today, when protected in the wild they can live up to 70 years.

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Height: 
8’3”-13’ | 2.5-4 m
Width:
Depth:
Length:
10’-16’6” | 3-5 m
Weight:
5,500-15,400 lb | 2,500-7,000 kg

Scientific Name: Loxodonta

Lifespan
70 years

Drawings include:
Elephant side (standing), front, back, side (laying down)

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