African Elephant is the largest living land mammal; its shoulder height is 11 feet with a weight of 6 tons and 19-24 feet in length. African Elephant brain is also big compared to other animals.
African Elephant Diet
Elephants are herbivores feeding on leaves and grass. They use their trunks and tusks to forage for food. The trunk is a boneless long muscle that is so useful in the life of an elephant, it helps in breathing, feeding, touching, and showing emotions and vocal communication.
Elephants can be found in the desert of the savannah, forest areas and swampy areas.