the elephant










Large mammal, large in size, large in size, with tonsillus and falls under the Khartoum faction. It is the only non-extinct species of this group such as Mammoth flanges, the largest animal currently living on the ground. The elephant's male weight is about seven thousand kilograms. The animal is the long hose that replaces the nose, and there are two main types of elephants, namely the Asian African African elephant.

The life of the elephant in the group: -
 Female elephants live in groups that are often made up of females only without males. They are led by the larger female, called the mother, while males live alone or in groups of males. They meet in the mating season. The elephants have a gestation period of 22 months, One young man named Daghl.
And can give birth to twins, and the elephant female is a very affectionate mother, and all the herd protect the young ones and not only the mother as they are subject to the attack of lions, tigers and other predators, and remain young depends on his mother in the first three years of age, As well as not knowing the techniques used for life such as eating, drinking and moisturizing the body at high temperature, the elephant can live for about seventy years, and the elephant shows a clear sympathy if one elephant dies in the group.




Elephant Living Place: -
The elephants feed on the grass and therefore prefer the elephant to live near the places where the water is. The elephant lives in environments where grasses are available, such as savannah forests, where there is an elephant in the swamps where water and grass are available, and about three quarters of the day it chews the grass.






Characteristics of the elephant: -
 The Asian Elephant and African Elephants are united by the fact that the African elephant is larger and has more rib cage involvement than the Asian elephant, but they share many common features: the large, strong skull, the long hose, and the large ivory tails that grow next to the mouth.
The elephant is strong and it is not easy for blacks or other animals, but it is afraid of fire and high sound. The elephant has a strong jaw, and the heat of the body is similar to human heat but it has the ability to lift it a bit or reduce it to suit the surrounding environmental conditions.
 The elephant has a strong memory so that it can remember the water sources for several years and return to it during the dry years, and a powerful sniffing sensation that can detect the smell of wind coming from A source of water, and the identification of his enemies, and therefore does not keep a distance between him and black as other animals.





The elephant is closely linked to fertile biodiversity. There are many plant seeds that pass through the digestive system of the elephants and are released by the elephant as they are. One-third of the trees in the Central African forests rely on elephants to distribute seeds in different areas
The elephants directly affect the structure and density of forests. In tropical forests, they provide large open spaces and pathways that help trees reproduce, thus helping to preserve the forest ecosystem in terms of continuity and survival in savannah and other forest species.








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