Fun facts about elephants

7 Fun Facts for Elephant Appreciation Day | Mental Floss

7 Fun Facts for Elephant Appreciation Day

7 Fun Facts for Elephant Appreciation Day | Mental Floss

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Elephant Love Elephants have been known to die of broken hearts if a mate dies. They refuse to eat and will lay down, shedding tears until they starve to death. They refuse all human help.

#5: Cartoons lie—elephants don't like peanuts

14 Fun Facts About Elephants

Cartoons lie—elephants don't like peanuts

What better way to celebrate #WorldElephantDay than with a fun fact about elephants and our favourite trees. 🐘🐘 Did you know that because baobab trees can store thousands of litres of water in their trunks, animals strip the bark to get to the spongy, wet insides when they need a drink. Looks like these guys were thirsty...💦😎  #Regram via @adunaworld

What better way to celebrate #WorldElephantDay than with a fun fact about elephants and our favourite trees. 🐘🐘 Did you know that because baobab trees can store thousands of litres of water in their trunks, animals strip the bark to get to the spongy, wet insides when they need a drink. Looks like these guys were thirsty...💦😎 #Regram via @adunaworld

Elephant seals, the world’s largest seal, measure 20 feet long and can weigh as much as 8,800 pounds. Discover more fun facts about seals for kids here: http://easyscienceforkids.com/all-about-seals/

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In the same way that humans tend to be right-handed or left-handed, elephants can be right-tusked or left-tusked. Their dominant tusk is easy to identify, because it will be more worn down than the less dominant tusk, according to the World Wildlife Fund.

Facts About Elephants

Elephants are large mammals of the family Elephantine and the order Proboscidea. Traditionally, two species are recognized, the African elephant and the Asian elephant, although some evidence suggests

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