Do elephants live in one place or move about?
move from one place to another
Elephants are nomadic and move around lot. They will move around within one area for a while until they have eaten all their favorite foods or until the water dries up. When that happens, they will move to another area. They repeat this pattern over the course of a season. Seasonally, they have regular movements called migrations where they travel over long distances looking for food and water and a more hospitable climate.
No. The Amazon is in South America and there are no elephants there. Elephants are in Africa and Asia. The African elephants have big ears while the Asian elephants have small ears. Elephants have a good memory and will handle the bones of a elephant they knew. Baby elephants have babysitters within their herd. In Africa one lodge built on a migration path of the elephants and when migrating the elephants walk through the lobby…
Yes. In India Tigers and Elephants are known to share the same jungles. Though they don't attack or harm one another, they have been sharing the same habitat for thousands of years in India. Though either of them are known to kill one another, adult male tigers may be able to kill young or injured elephants.
Mudate (Mudar) is a command one person would tell another "move", you move, move yourself. It can be taken as "Move in" since the word is referring to moving yourself and your possessions from one place to another. Move in with me. (Mudate conmigo). Mudate a Londres (Move [in] to London). Muevete (Move) is what one would use to tell some one to move themselves to another place: move over so I can get in.