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The elephants are the largest animal on earth. They are a mammal belonging to the group of pachyderms, i.e., herbivorous mammals, large and heavy, with a very thick skin and rustic.

This beautiful animal has a trunk that they use for many things; with it, they can take their food even massive tree trunks. Get the elephant coloring pictures to print below. Happy coloring.

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Only two types of elephants remain: Asian and African, both of which are of the Proboscidea order and scientifically called Elephantidae.

In the past, they gathered more than 300 species, but today only the already mentioned ones exist. Their exact origins are calculated after the Age of the Cataclysm.

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Its main characteristics are its large size and its tube, which articulates the upper lip with its nose, it has more than 350 thousand muscles, it has no bones.

The skin of the elephant is rough and very thick, has little hair. This amazing mammal can weigh more than five tons and be more than three meters tall.

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They have huge ears, though their eyes and head are smaller. They also have two mammoth tusks, which are incisor teeth.

Even though they are massive animals, they can reach speeds of up to 40 kilometers per hour.

They usually communicate using low-frequency sounds that are transmitted by air and by land, capable of perceiving the latter through their legs.

These animals are usually organized in groups, and each of them has a matriarch, the oldest female. Due to their excellent memory, they can be recognized throughout their lives.

They are very social animals, especially females. They are very supportive, and they all protect each other.

These animals love mud and sand, and it’s reasonable to see them bathing in these natural elements to soothe the high temperatures.

Elephants can adapt to any habitat. They are generally seen in African expanses, although they can also be seen in savannahs, meadows, swamps, and anywhere else where there is water.

This water is necessary for them, as they can not only drink it but also use it for bathing and thus keeping their skin fresh.

These massive animals are herbivores. They usually feed on soft bark, also eat leaves of trees and bushes, fruits, fresh herbs.

Elephants need to eat about 200-250 kilos of food to sustain themselves, which is more than 14 hours a day of feeding.

To complete their diet, elephants also need to drink more water, and when they do, they take in more than 10 liters at a time.

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