An adult African elephant weighs between 4,000 and 14,000 pounds, according to Sea World Parks and Entertainment, while an adult Asian elephant weighs between 4,000 and 10,000 pounds. Female elephants are slightly smaller than males.Know More
At the shoulder, African elephants are 9.8 to 13.1 feet tall, while the height of Asian elephants is between 6.6 and 11.5 feet.
There are two subspecies of African elephants: Savanna and Forest. Members of the Savanna subspecies are larger than those in the Forest subspecies.
There are four subspecies of Asian elephants: Sumatran, Borneo, Mainland and Sri Lanka. Members of the Sri Lanka subspecies are taller and heavier than members of the other Asian elephant subspecies.Learn more about Elephants
A baby African elephant weighs 200 pounds and stands about 3 feet tall at birth. Asian elephants are slightly smaller, though not by much.Full Answer >
A baby elephant weighs approximately 200 pounds at birth and stands around three feet tall. Baby elephants grow significantly; adult elephants reach weights between 5,000 and 14,000 pounds, and they stand up to 13 feet tall.Full Answer >
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) gives the average weight of an African elephant as 6 tons. The typical weight of an African elephant varies according to the animal's gender and age.Full Answer >
A tusk from an adult male elephant weighs between 100 and 175 pounds, according to SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment, while a tusk from an adult female elephant weighs between 40 and 44 pounds. The heaviest tusk ever recorded weighed in at 220 pounds.Full Answer >