Do female elephants have tusks?


Female elephants have tusks. Asian female elephants however have short tusks known as tushes with no pulp inside. Tusks are the enlarged canine teeth of elephants.
Q&A Related to "Do female elephants have tusks?"
they have tusk because they need to defend them selfs. hi savannah.
All elephants, except for the female Asian species, grow a pair of tusks. Elephants will only grow one pair of tusks in their lifetime, although they do grow longer as the elephant
Elephant tusks are actually a pair of elongated teeth. They are used for digging,
The tusks of an elephant are its second upper incisors. Tusks grow continuously; an adult male's tusks will grow about seven inches a year. Tusks are used to dig for water, salt,
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