Name: African Elephant (Loxodonta africans)
Height: Up to 13.5 ft tall (4 m)
Weight: Up to 6 t (5.4 t)
Habitat: Central and Southern Africa
The largest of Earth’s land mammals, these elephants found across Africa have enormous ears helping them keep cool in the hot African climate. Their remarkably flexible trunk contains around 100,000 muscles allowing them to smell, breathe, trumpet, drink, and grab things. Females give birth to one baby at a time.
Size(LxH): 29 x 24cm
|Recommended minimum age||3|