Fun facts about elephants for preschoolers

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fun facts about elephants for preschoolers

Elephant: Amazing Photos & Fun Facts Book About Elephants For Kids by Caroline Norsk

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Elephants are large, majestic animals that have been admired and studied for hundreds of years. They are the largest mammal that lives on land and are known for their gentle attitude and intelligence. Read on to find out more facts about elephants. Elephants belong to the mammal family, which means that they have hair, give birth to live young, and feed their babies milk. They have large, thin ears that are used to help cool them down, and have long, powerful trunks. Their trunks can grow to be about six feet long, and can sense the size, shape, and temperature of an object.

Click here for more animal facts. Elephants are the worlds largest land mammal. A mammal is a species that is born and not hatched from an egg. Mammals have lungs that breathe air. When a female mammal gives birth, their bodies produce milk to feed their babies.

Ready to get the lowdown on these gentle giants, gang? Check out our ten elephant- astic elephant facts! Asian elephants are slightly smaller, reaching 2. They are known for their large ears, tusks made of ivory and their trunks which are actually a fusion of their nose and upper lip. Cool, huh? A tusk-less adult elephant is likely to be a female Asian elephant. They use their long trunks to smell their food and lift it up into their mouth yum!

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Check out our awesome range of animal facts for kids and learn some fun trivia about our friends in the animal kingdom. Fun Elephant Facts for Kids. Check out these interesting elephant facts and learn more about the biggest land mammal in the world. Elephants are unique animals that live in parts of Africa and Asia. Scroll down for more information. Fun Elephant Facts for Kids Check out these interesting elephant facts and learn more about the biggest land mammal in the world.

You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to use this site. Each new post will go over a different, fun, unique animal, and explore the interesting traits and characteristics of the specific animal with 10 fun facts. This week, we will be going over and discussing one of the largest animals in the wild the elephant. Elephants are the largest mammals, and largest land animals, in the world. Some elephants weigh as much as 14, pounds, and are as tall as 13 feet.

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  1. Marlon O. says:

    Last night i told you i loved you is this the end part 2

  2. Debbie G. says:

    Asian elephants are smaller than African elephants.

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