Thursday, September 30

Facts about Elephants

Elephant Facts 

We are on letter Ee of the Gratitude Alphabet! E is for ElephantWhat are you thankful for that begins with the letter Ee?

Joey and his little sister Jinger are fascinated by elephants! The elephants are the first creatures they rush to see when they visit the zoo. Did you know an elephant's trunk can weigh up to 400 pounds? It's a remarkable tool they can use to pick up things as tiny as a grain of rice! Isn't that fascinating?

Here is a list of facts about Elephants:
1. Elephants can't jump.
2. Elephants travel in herds.
3. Elephants are the largest land animals.
4. An elephant's baby is called a calf.
5. Elephants have the largest brains of all land mammals.
6. Elephants can eat for up to 18 hours a day.
7. Elephants can smell water up to 12 miles away!
8. Elephants are afraid of bees.

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