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Elephant, largest living land animal, characterized by its long trunk, columnar legs, and huge head with temporal glands and wide, flat ears. Elephants are grayish to brown in color, and their body hair is sparse and coarse. They are found most often in the savannas, grasslands, and . African elephants are the largest land animals on Earth. They are slightly larger than their Asian cousins and can be identified by their larger ears that look somewhat like the continent of Africa. Elephants in Sanctuary deserve nothing less than individualized, whole-elephant care for life. NO. 3 “Sanctuary” means providing a safe haven and natural habitat, dedicated solely to elephant wellbeing. NO. 4 Protected contact and positive reinforcement are cornerstones for working humanely and effectively with captive elephants. Elephants are the largest living land mammals. The largest elephant recorded was one shot in Angola, It weighed 27, pounds ( tons) and stood 13 feet 8 inches tall. Their skin color is grey. At birth, an elephant calf may weigh as much as kg ( pounds).Class: Mammalia. The elephants' habitats are closed to the public. The Sanctuary is currently home to 11 elephants retired from zoos and circuses, many of whom suffer long-term health and behavioral issues common to elephants that have spent their lives in captivity. The elephants' habitats are closed to the public. The Sanctuary is currently home to 11 elephants retired from zoos and circuses, many of whom suffer long-term health and behavioral issues common to elephants that have spent their lives in captivity. The Sanctuary employs a fully integrated team of veterinarians and caregivers who provide high. African elephants have a grey folded and up to 30 mm ( in) thick skin that is covered with sparse bristled dark-brown to black hair. Short tactile hair grows on the trunk, which has two finger-like processes on the tip. Their large ears help to reduce body heat; flapping them creates air currents and exposes the ears' inner sides where large blood vessels increase heat loss during hot weather. Elephants communicate with a range of vocalizations, from low-frequency rumbles, known as infrasound, which humans can’t hear, to higher-pitched screams and trumpets. Other elephants can hear these vocalizations as much as six miles away. This allows them to keep in touch when apart and also enables them to recognise if an elephant is a friend. Elephants continue to roam across much of Africa, but these magnificent animals remain under severe threat from poaching, habitat loss, and human-wildlife conflict. African elephants are the world's largest land animals. The biggest can be up to m long, m high at the shoulder, and 6 tonnes in. Physical description. There are two living genera of elephants. These are African Loxodonta africanus, and Asian elephants Elephas maximus.. Trunk. An elephant's most obvious part is the trunk. The trunk is a very long nose, made from the upper ein-buch-auf-bali.de elephant uses its trunk to grab objects such as ein-buch-auf-bali.de the rest of an elephant's hide is strong and thick, its trunk is very soft and. Elephants are known for their large ears, tusks made of ivory and their trunks – which are actually a fusion of their nose and upper lip. 2) Elephants are the world’s largest land animal! Male African elephants can reach 3m tall and weigh between 4, -7,kg. Asian elephants are slightly smaller, reaching m tall and weighing 3,