What Do Elephants Eat?


Elephants are herbivorous that feed on tree barks which is their favourite source of food. The tree barks contain calcium and roughage which helps in digestion. An adult elephant can drink about 212 litres of water in less than five minutes.
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Some of the things that an elephant can eat are cabbage, lettuce, sugar cane, apple, and banana, hay, acacia leaf, and grass. They use their trunk to bring food to their mouth and to drink. It can take up to 50 gallons of water a day.
Elephants eat grass, tree leaves, flowers, wild fruits, twigs, shrubs, bamboo, and bananas
An elephant eats plants, because they are herbivores. They like the fruits from a variety of shrubs and trees, and they also like the leaves, and bark.
Elephants eat a variety of things, however, they do not eat meat of any kind. Elephants eat different things in captivity than they do in the wild. They eat grass, tree bark, and leaves in the wild, and they enjoy carrots, tomatoes, and greens in captivity, along with hay, fruits and vegetables of all kinds.
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