How Big Is an Elephant?


Elephants are the biggest animals that we have living on land. Male elephants can stand ten to thirteen feet tall and can weigh seven to twenty-six thousand pounds. Females elephants are smaller, they usually stand under ten feet tall and weigh less than the males. You can find more information here:
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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Proboscidea Family: Elephantidae
Elephants are the large mammals of order Proboscidea. There is only one family, namely Elephantidae, with two genera, each having one living species. Both Elephant species are herbivorous, eating grasses and other vegetation.
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The Asian elephant can weight almost 12,000 pounds and is about 21 feet long and up to 10 feet in height. The African elephant are even bigger than the Asian elephants at about the same weight but stands a few feet taller.
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