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An elephant greeting A Page of Information on Elephants The elephant is probably one of the world's best-known animals; depictions of elephants in Western literature date back at least to Matthew Paris' Chronica Majora, a 13th century chronicle, and elephants have been kept in zoos and menageries for several hundred years. There are two distinct species of elephant: The African elephant This species is physically larger; both males and females have tusks which can grow to extreme length ...


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Asian Elephants Elephas maximus Threats Urbanization, agriculture STATUS: ESA -- ENDANGERED IUCN -- ENDANGERED SIZE: Weight: Up to 11,500 pounds (5,221 kg) Shoulder height: 8.5 feet (2.6 m) HABITAT: Thorn-scrub, dense forests CURRENT RANGE: India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, southern China, Malaysia, Sumatra, Borneo CONSERVATION: Captive breeding; Species Survival Plan in effect; CITES trade restrictions; managed elephant ranges AFRICAN ELEPHANT Tusks appear on both ...




Asian Elephants Name: Asian Elephant Scientific name: Elephas maximus Range: Southern Asia; parts of India, China, Burma, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Indonesia Habitat: From sea-level to mountainous regions, although they may inhabit open grassland or even marshes Status: endangered Food in the Wild: Grass, fruit, twigs, leaves, bamboo, and water Food at the Zoo: hay, grain, vegetables, branches, and bamboo and water Location in the zoo: Asian Falls Physical Features: ...


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The Elephant African or Asian? You can distinguish an African elephant from an Asian one by their larger size, bigger ears, and by their "swaybacked" look. If you get close enough, you can see that African elephants have two prehensile projections at the end of the trunk, while Asian elephants have one. These projections act like fingers and can pick up small objects like a twig, a leaf, or a flower. The well-muscled trunk can lift a tree. Heck... just as long as I ...


HOME Center for Elephant Conservation "Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey has the largest sustainable population of captive Asian elephants in the Western Hemisphere" - Kenneth Feld, Chairman and CEO, Feld Entertainment. Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Center for Elephant Conservation Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey® is committed to caring for the Asian elephant and this is our number one priority. A world leader in breeding this endangered species, the Ringl ...


ChristStory Bestiary ELEPHANT BEHEMOTH Elephants are the bearers of kings and queens and so a symbol of royalty, prosperity, dignity, and power. Their large size and strength has made them the carriers of the universe in some lands. They are also believed to be shaped like the universe, i.e. a spherical body mounted upon four pillar-like legs. It is with these thoughts that the pillars of a building are sometimes carved to resemble these creatures. The peaceful elephant is the symbol of ...


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FUN FACTS Elephants Elephant, according to Webster's : a huge, thick-skinned, almost hairless mammal. the largest of extant four-footed animals, with a long, flexible snout (called a trunk) and two ivory tusks growing out of the upper jaw. And occasional movie star, elephant charachters were most recently seen in the film Jumangi, also in earlier films such as Operation: Dumbo Drop, Dumbo and The Jungle Book. The elephant evolved from the even larger prehistoric mammoth which appeared m ...


FUN FACTS Elephants Elephant, according to Webster's : a huge, thick-skinned, almost hairless mammal. the largest of extant four-footed animals, with a long, flexible snout (called a trunk) and two ivory tusks growing out of the upper jaw. And occasional movie star, elephant charachters were most recently seen in the film Jumangi, also in earlier films such as Operation: Dumbo Drop, Dumbo and The Jungle Book. The elephant evolved from the even larger prehistoric mammoth which appeared m ...


ELEPHANTS The elephant is the largest mammal living on land and there are two species, the African and the Indian. The African elephant is the largest of the two types and is up to 11 1/2 feet high and weighs up to 6 tons. Elephants have a huge body, large head, short neck, and pillar like legs. The feet are short, and broad with an elastic pad on the sole and hoof, like nails. The outstanding feature of elephants is that the snout is long, forming a flexible trunk with ...


« Return to Vanishing ELEPHANT Remaining Population: Uknown Range: Africa Throughout history, the elephant has played an important role in human economies, religion, and culture. The immense size, strength, and stature of this largest living land animal has intrigued people of many cultures for hundreds of years. In Asia, elephants have served as beasts of burden in war and peace. Some civilizations have regarded elephants as gods, and they have been symbols of roya ...


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Search:The WebTripod Search Jobs Share This Page Report Abuse Edit your Site Browse Sites « Previous | Top 100 | Next » WWW Virtual Library - Sri Lanka Elephant lore - in myth, legend, religion and war Even today the elephant has a prominent place in Buddhism unlike other animals. It is the only animal possessed of grace to carry the sacred reliquary containing the 'Danta-dhatu' (Tooth-relic) of the Buddha, in the annual Esala Perahera in Kandy. All Buddhist temples ...


Elephant Nature Park " Dedicated to the preservation and future of the elephant" Utilities:> Official Reg: 23/0442 Menu-bar Elephant Store Home About the founder Tours to the Park Cyber Gift Shop Mission Statement Meet our Herd (family) Rescues and Arrivals Elephant Calf Gallery Elephant Ecard Gallery Virtual Safari & Gallery Getting to the Park News A Community Project Testimonials Video's & Multimedia All about Elephants Anatom ...




theBIGzoo OnlytheBIGcastle OnlyAll Sites Home:Zoo:Mammals:Trunked Mammals:Elephants Quick Facts Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Proboscidea Family: Elephantidae Sponsored Links Family Elephantidae African Elephant Indian Elephant This is the sole surviving family of mammals with trunks. There are currently only 2 species of elephant alive today. The African elephant live in central Africa, while the Indian elephant is loc ...


Welcome, you have now entered the Elephant Jungle The elephant is probally one of the world's best known animals. It is the largest living land animal. Elephants are normally considered to be among the most intelligent mammals. How big are they? There are two major speceies of elephants, the African elephant and the Asian elephant. The African elephants are bigger than the Asian elephants. The Afircan Elephant stands 10.5 feet at the shoulders. It weighs 12, 000 pounds. The African female ...


ELEPHANTS The largest living land animal overall is the African bush elephant. An elephant uses its ivory tusks as tools and as weapons, but some elephants can do without them, such as the female Asian elephant, which has tiny tusks. The elephant is the proud owner of both a trunk and tusks. An elephant's trunk can be used for lifting, wrestling, comforting and eating, as well as drawing up water and squirting it over itself, or another elephant. Go to contents


The Amazing world of Elephants Home Contributed Articles Focus On Maps PhotoGallery Equipment info Buy/Sell/Rent Stuff Site Map Contact Us Enter Your e-mail address here to subscribe to our mailing list. The Asian Elephant (Elephas maximus) When you come across an elephant in the wild, or otherwise, you won’t need a book to tell you that it is the largest land mammal walking the earth in our era. Their height, weight and strength are almost legendary. Elephan ...


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Elephants :facts about elephants! Elephants are wonderful animals! They are the largest mammals in the world that live on land. There are two kinds of elephants; African and Asian. Asian elephants have smaller ears and shorter tusks than African elephants. The African elephant is bigger and taller than the Asian elephant. Do elephants live together? Elephants live in families. Several families live together in a "herd." The leader of the herd is usually the oldest female elephant. She is ...


Deutsch Svenska Elephant facts and information Welcome to a website filled with facts and information about elephants and people associated with elephants, presented on Internet since 1995. Website Navigation Theres different ways of finding information on this site. To the left you find the navigation links which often opens new submenues.At the glossary/encyclopedia youll find alphabetical listings. At recent changes you find the latest contributions. At FAQ you find frequently asked ...


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When Hannibal crossed the Alps to go to war in the 3rd century BC, he was assisted by domesticated African elephants. At that time, elephants were widespread from the Cape to Cairo, with numbers probably in the tens of millions. Today the elephant occupies less than one quarter of its former range, and there are now less than 610 000. WHY HAVE ELEPHANT POPULATIONS DECLINED? * Uncontrolled hunting for ivory. * Habitat loss caused by rapidly growing human populations taking over the ...




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Elephants! Elephants! Did you know that elephants are great swimmers? Did you know that African elephants have larger ears than Asian elephants? Mrs. Gessay's first grade class has learned these interesting facts and many more. They have been studying elephants and each child wrote and illustrated their own elephant book. Enjoy the ...


Facts About The Elephant LinkExchange Member The Elephant The elephant is largest land living mammal, which a long time ago they roamed every landmass except Australia and Antarctica. Two extant species, the Indian elephant, of India and Southeast Asia, and the African elephant, ranging south of the Sahara, are now limited to tropical forests, savannas, deserts, and river valleys. The Indian elephant reaches heights of 10 ft tall and the African elephant, 13 ft tall. The boneles ...


Fascinating facts about elephants at Tembe Elephant National Park Fascinating facts about African elephants at Tembe Elephant National Park in KwaZulu-Natal. Exciting photos taken while on safari. There are two species of elephant alive today, the African elephant and the Asiatic elephant. The African being the larger of the two. Man is the greatest threat by far. Home Accommodation Conference Facilities Malaria precautions Rates Special Rates Travel Agents Enquiry Form How t ...


Elephants ! Elephants ! Elephants ! Fun Facts About Elephants Do you know how to tell the difference between an African elephant and an Asian (or Indian) elephant? Asian elephants have bumps on their heads above their eyes, their back humps UP in the middle, their trunk has only one "finger" on the end and usually only the males have tusks. African elephants have very large ears (shaped somewhat like Africa), no humps above their eyes, their back dips DOWN in the middle, have tw ...






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Klick, to listen to the call of an elephant! ELEPHANT. The largest living land animals are the elephants. Adult Indian male elephants average about four tons in weight and 9 feet (2.7 meters) in height. The tallest reach 11 feet (3.4 meters). African males are somewhat taller. They reach 12 feet (3.7 meters) in rare cases, though they are no heavier than the Indian elephants. The average female of either species is about 1 foot (0.3 meter) shorter than the male. The great size ...


Welcome to the wild! “Our commitment is to conservation, through captive breeding, education, and reintroduction. We are devoted to saving rare and endangered animals and returning them to protected areas in the wild”, John Aspinall. Howletts and Port Lympne Wild Animal Parks are amongst the most exciting, interesting and memorable venues for school visits in the South East. All the animals are kept in as near to natural habitat as possible and this is a strong contributory factor to ...


In search of a compromise Satisfying elephant conservation priorities and human development needs Part I Introduction The elephant is very important to man not least as a symbol of strength, nobility, intelligence and beauty: the associations between us in culture, religion and industry are long established and legendary. The ancestors of modern elephants first appear in the fossil record during the Eocene, about 45 to 55 million years ago. The first elephant, a pig-like creature living i ...


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COLLECTIONS, RESEARCH PAPERS AND SPECIAL PROJECTS CONSERVATION HUMAN HISTORY MODERN HISTORY NATURAL HISTORY SPECIAL PROJECTS Part 1: November 1995 issue of Discovery Calendar Part 2 and 3: December 1995 issue of Discovery Calendar Additional Info: Ice, Mammoths and Hunters (Museum Note) Part 1: Elephants Part 2: The Rise and Fall of Mammoths in North America Part 3: Elephants' Graveyard The Mammoth Story by Grant Keddie Part 1: Elephants Elephants are the ...


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NATURE explores the unusual problems created as the struggle to give Asian elephants a home is fought worldwide. They have a history of captivity that stretches over 200 years. They participate with humans in a surprising array of professions, including tourism, construction, and performance. And their gigantic footsteps may disappear from the face of the earth. The enigmatic subjects of NATURE: THE URBAN ELEPHANT, Asian elephants are losing territor ...


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Protect elephants Richard E. Leakey argues that allowing any trade in ivory will increase the killing of elephants Elephants and ivory are powerful ingredients in any contemporary debate about conservation. There are sound arguments from several perspectives and nobody anywhere suggests that elephants should be allowed to become extinct. Those who press the concept of sustainable utilization are as sure that theirs is the true path to the best future for elephants as are tho ...


Pygmy Elephant Stamps The African elephant Loxodonta africana is the largest known living land amimal in the world. The familiar African bush or savannah elephant Loxodonta africana africana averages over three meters in height at the shoulder and weights up to 7,500 kilograms. Some individuals top four meters in height. The less familiar African forest elephant Loxodonta africana cyclotis is smaller and darker in color, averaging two and two thirds meters at the shoulder in height. Th ...


Stomp!...Stomp!...Stomp!... What animal walks on its toes like a ballerina, has teeth up to 8 feet long and can pull trees out of the ground using only its nose and upper lip? The elephant of course. As the largest living land animal, elephants can weigh 12,000 pounds. They are extremely social and live in herds led by a matriarch or older female. One role of the matriarch is to lead the herd to food. Elephants eat only plants. They cannot reach the ground with their mouths and must use ...


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Show menu RSS feeds | Free newsletterSource: University Of Arizona Posted: June 8, 1999Yahoo: del.icio.us: Save This Page Gone But Not Forgotten: Bring Back North American Elephants Contact Information: Paul S. Martin 520-629-9459 (lab) or 520-792-3406 (home) pmartin@geo.arizona.edu (Writer: Melanie Lenart for UA News Services) TUCSON, ARIZ. -- Many an imagination has been enchanted by visions of wild America reconstructed by writers and painters of old. A few imagi ...


Today is JumpStart - Life Science Elephants* African and Asian elephants descended from a long line of giant animals that included the wooly mammoth and mastodon. The word "elephant" comes from the Greek word elephas, meaning ivory, in reference to the animal's prominent tusks, which are actually elongated incisor teeth. Excepting tusks, elephants have only four molar teeth. These teeth are replaced as they are worn away, up to six times throughout an elephant's life. ...


ELEPHANT'S Web nature-wildlife.com Click on small photo to see a larger version. Hiding Elephant. We heard this young male behind us while photographing the rest of the herd. He started trumpeting trying to threaten us. At first we were ignored him untill a large female came charging out of the river bed. we moved the vehicle very rapidly away from the young male. The female stood guard while the male and several young elephants crossed the road. She was an an ...


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FREE WEB HOSTING | best web hosting | wordpress hosting | affordable web hosting | php hosting web page hosting | web site hosting | website hosting | web hosting services | notebook computer The Elephant Page Don't forget National Elephant Apreciation Day! September 22!!! Elephant Apreciation Day Page Elephants are pachyderms. (Remember the technicolor pachyderm song?) There are two main kinds of elephants: African elephants and Asian elephants. Elephants are endang ...


Conservation? Information has recently indicated there may actually be a THIRD species of elephants. MORE INFORMATION ON THE THIRD SPECIES There are several anatomical and behavioral differences between Asian and African elephants and many similarities. Most noticeable is the difference in ears. Africans have huge ears shaped much like the continent of Africa. (One ear from a bull African elephant weighs more than 100 pounds.) Asians, who live in cooler forest areas, have smaller ears ...


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"The Elephants of Cameroon" has moved. It is now part of "Field Trip Earth," the North Carolina Zoological Society's newest online learning project. "Field Trip Earth" is at http://www.fieldtripearth.org. Please use the preceding link to go to the new site, or you will be redirected there in thirty seconds. If you would like to support the Elephants of Cameroon by adopting an elephant or by giving a donation, please click one of the following links: To adopt an elephant http://www.nczooeletrack.org/adopt.html To support the Elephants of Cameroon http://nczoo.com/donate/elephants.html The N.C. Zoo Society thanks you for helping these elephants and supporting this important program.


War Elephants Ancient Battle Tanks The African plains elephants, loxodonta africana oxyotis, is the largest living elephant, it measures 3.5 to 4 m at the shoulder. The African plains elephant is easy to differentiate from other elephants, it has very large ears, four hooves at each front foot, and its front legs are noticeably longer than the hind legs. The 1:48 scale toy elephant shown here is available from Simba Toys, it stands 3.55 m tall and it is sculpted ...




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