World Elephant Day is celebrated on 12 August every year to raise awareness about the urgent plight of elephants and finding out the ways to protect them. Today, this big creature in the verge of extinction as only two species of elephants is left now. Various fossils found in the world reveal that there were about 170 species of elephants 5 million years ago. These fossils have been found in all continents except Australia and Antarctica. Today, the world is celebrating World Elephant Day, so on this occasion let us interesting facts about elephants.
-An elephant is a single animal with four knees who cannot jump.
-The female elephant raises a baby every 4 years. Whereas the female elephant has an average gestation period of 22 months.
- The newly born elephant's lambi weighs about 83 centimeters and weighs 112 KG.
- The most soft delicate part of the elephants' body is behind their ears called knule.
- Very few people will be aware that riding handling elephants use their feet to guide elephants.
- Elephants can also pick up a small coin dropped on the floor with the help of their trunk.
- African elephants and Indian elephants make a difference. That difference is that the ears of African elephants are larger than Indian elephants.
- Elephants have an average life span of 70 years.
- The brain of elephants is the largest in all animals.
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