African Elephant The African elephant is very adaptable and can live in furest bush or savannah. Their natural home range is 500 miles and their migratory patterns are taught from one generation to the next. Elephants are humengous eaters and in the wild will eat 100-1000 pounds of vegetation per day
Elephants live in a complex matriarchal society composed of 8-15 related members led by one dominant cow. Three or four generations oc cows and claves spend their entire lives together with the exception of males who leave the group at puberty. Elephants live to around 70 when their last set of teeth wear out. Humans can brush their teeth, thus allowing us to eat longer.
Elephants are endangered because of poaching and loss of habitat. Do what you can to protect the animal kingdom.