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    • Elephants
      • Elephants are large mammals….
      • 3 Species of elephants live today:
      • - African Bush Elephant
      • - African Forest Elephant (aka Savanna Elephant) and
      • - Asian Elephant
    • Asian Elephants
      • Asian Elephants
      • - also know as the Indian Elephants
      • Elephants use their trunks to greet each other by entwining them, like a handshake.
      • They also use their trunks to play-wrestle and to caress a mate during courtship.
    • Elephants Cooling Down
      • Elephants drinking water along the river bank.
      • Elephants use their trunks to drink and spray water on their backs as a watery coat then spray mud and dirt to dry – creating a protective sunscreen.
    • Elephants Gathering
      • Elephants tend to travel in packs.
      • Elephants bathing.
      • Elephants are located in 37 countries in Africa.
      • Elephants are also located in Asia and on the island of Sri Lanka.
    • Elephant Family Protection
      • African Bush Savanna Elephants
      • - with the little one
      • Savanna Elephants are the largest of all elephants.
      • The female is smaller than the male elephant.
    • Forest Elephant
      • Forest Elephant and the Savanna Elephant can breed together successfully.
      • These elephants are found in open grasslands, marshes, and lakeshores.
    • Elephant Mother & Child
      • Elephant Mom leads her baby home.
      • Elephants Mom carry their unborn for approximately 22 months.
      • Infants weigh approximately 260 pounds at birth.
    • Elephants Resting
      • Elephant Mother and child resting along the river bank.