How many babies do African elephants have?


African elephants usually give birth to one calf at a time. This occurs in intervals of between 4 years when young and 13 years by the age of 60. The intervals vary from one habitat to another. Most African elephants begin calving by the age of 14.
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African Elephant
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Proboscidea Family: Elephantidae Genus: Loxodonta Species: Loxodonta africana
African elephants are the heaviest land animal, and the second tallest in the Animal Kingdom. They are a sexually dimorphic species; males appear larger than females. The height of a bull at his shoulder is about twelve feet (about... More »
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