What is the weight of an Asian baby elephant?

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Baby Elephants are one of the largest and heavies babies at birth. At birth, they weigh approximately 250 pounds and can stand at around 2.5 feet tall. Elephant calves feed exclusively on their mother's milk for the first few months and grow rapidly
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Asiatic Elephant
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Proboscidea Family: Elephantidae Genus: Elephas Species: Elephas maximus
Head and body length is 550 to 640 cm and shoulder height is 250 to 300 cm. The skin is thick and dry, and the few hairs are stiff. Skin color varies from grey to brown. In contrast to African elephants, Asian elephants have ears... More »
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