Moment of Elephant Majesty: Captivating Encounters with Earth’s Giants

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In the natural world, elephants represent both mesmerizing power and incredible sensitivity, making them fascinating creatures. This theme explores the life, behavior, and emotions of elephants through engaging stories, stunning imagery, and the natural wonders associated with this magnificent species.

1 .Playtime exercises muscles, brains, and social skills. This African elephant calf might even be practicing a skill it’ll use as an adult—wrestling other elephants to compete for a mate.


2. A layer of dirt tossed onto this Asian elephant’s skin can act like sunscreen to protect against burns. The dirt is also great as a bug repellent to keep parasites away.

3. That’s the spot! Asian elephants have one finger-like extension on the end of their trunks. (African elephants have two.) It helps them grab small items—and scratch itches.

4.After breaking off a branch from a tree with its trunk, an elephant can use a twig like a flyswatter.

5.Like many humans, elephants love to play in water. These watering holes help keep them cool, plus splashing around is good, clean fun.

How can you tell if elephants are fighting or playing? Floppy and loose body language. These two young African elephants are just having fun!

6.These smart and curious critters often play with objects like twigs, rocks, and human-made things like soccer balls. Experts have watched elephants roll these “toys” under their feet, wave them from side to side with their trunks, and even toss them around


7.Asian elephants can eat up to 300 pounds of food each day. What’s on the menu? Grasses, bamboo, sugarcane, fruit, and even the bark of some trees. ​


8.Elephants can use their trunks like snorkels, breathing through their extra-long noses while the rest of their bodies are underwater.

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