How Long Does an Elephant Stay Pregnant?

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Elephants are pregnant for 2 months or so with their calf. When born, the calf weighs around 250 pounds. The entire elephant herd helps to raise the new baby.
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Elephants give birth to single calves 20 to 22 months after conception, the
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If it is a male baby it will stay for about 2 years. If it is a female baby it will stay its whole life with the herd.
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Elephants don't have any specific mating season. After 22-month gestation period, single elephant calves are born weighing about 265 pounds.
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After a 22-month gestation period, elephant calves are born at about 265 lbs. Wow! Ask us anything!
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Elephants have a gestation period of about 22 months.
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