How Long Do Elephants Live?


Elephants can live for up to 70 years in the wild. These animals are usually found in dense forests as well as in open plains, and feed only on plants. A fully grown elephant weighs between 3500 and 4500 kilograms.
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Elephants once roamed the wild by the millions but their numbers have been dramatically decreased by loss of habitat, poaching and other factors. Elephants have been hunted and killed
African and Asian elephant habitat includes grasslands, marshes, forests, deserts, and mountains. Herds wander continuously in search of food and water. They may travel 5,000 to 10,000
Elephants live on feilds because long ago ancestors use to hit elephants so they moved away to a field and started a family there and now elephants live there.
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An average life span of an elephant irrespective of whether it is an African elephant or its cousin Asian elephant is sixty years and in captivity, an elephant can live up to eighty years.
If they are not killed or being hunted, the elephant lives between 50 and 80 years. The elephant is a protected species, but that still doesn't stop poachers.
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