What do African and Asian elephants have in common?
The way theyr body keeps a similar construction , they eat and reproduce the same , they take care of theyr young ones the same way , call for help the same way etc...
Yes, african elephants are slightly larger than asian elephants. Male African elephants reach about 4m whereas male Asian elephants reach 3.5m.
Asian elephants are very alike to African elephants. Asian elephants have smaller ears. African elephants have huge ears. Asian elephants live in Asia, and are smaller than African elephants. African elephants live in Africa. However, they are usually the same color and they both have tusks made of ivory and a trunk for a nose. Now you know how to tell apart African and Asian elephants! There are only between 41,410 and 52,345 in the… Read More
African Elephants originate from Africa, and Asian Elephants originate from Asia, in places like India
African elephants grow larger than Asian elephants: adult African elephants weigh between 4,000-7,500kg. adult Asian elephants weigh between 3,000-6,000kg. African
There are many differences between African and Asian elephants. Firstly, Asian elephants have more hair, they have a hump, their trunks have three fingers, and African elephants have two. Also, African elephants ears are the shape of Africa, and Asian elephants are smaller and the shape on India.
African elephants are larger than Asian elephants.
African elephants and male Asian elephants.
There are only two species of elephants, the African elephant and the Asian elephant. There is some evidence that the African bush elephants and the African forest elephants are separate species, however, they both live in sub-Saharan Africa. Asian elephants live in South Asia and Southeast Asia.
Unlike Asian elephants, in which only males have tusks, both male and female African elephants are tusked. However, due to the hunting pressure on tusked animals brought about by poaching for ivory, tusklessness is an increasingly common condition in African elephants. Both female and male African elephants can have rather large tusks. Female Asian elephants don't. :)
Yes. African elephants are generally larger in all physical aspects compared to Asian elephants. incisor teeth
the 2 types of elephants r the African elephants and the Asian elephants. the 2 types of African elephants r the African savanna and the African forest.
Because African elephants have bigger ears
Asian elephants differ from African elephants because they obviously live in different places, the Asian has one bump on its head, while an African has two, and the Asian has shorter ears. Also, female Asian elephants usually do not have tusks, while Africans do.
The ears. Asian elephants have tiny ears and African elephants have large ears.
There are 10 African elephants for every one Asian elephant
Asian Elephants(my favourite), Indian Elephants, African Elephants,
there are African and Asian elephants
no, the most obvious difference is that African elephants have bigger ears than Asian elephants
Asian and African
Male African elephants weigh from 12,000-15,000 lbs. and male Asian elephants weigh from 6,000-11,000 lbs. So African elephants would be your answer.
African elephants are significantly larger than Asian elephants, and their ears are much larger than those of an Asian Elephant.
there are two types of elephants: African and Asian that is if you don't count the elephant seal, but their are also subspecies of both the African and Asian.
An Asian elephant has noticeably smaller ears than an African elephant. Also, African elephants are usually bigger than Asian elephants.
their are 2 types of elephants. Their are African elephants and Asian elephants too.
The two main species of Elephants are: * African Elephants * Asian Elephants
Yes.I think Asian elephants are more endangered,though.
Yes. There are African and Asian elephants. African elephants are bigger and have tusks. They are also the more dangerous.
Yes. Asian elephants have more hair than African elephants.
African elephants may be more than twice as heavy as Asian elephants. Also an African elephant has much bigger ears then the Asian elephant. Some people distinguish African elephants into bush and forest varieties, and the forest ones are not as big.
True! African Elephants have bigger trunks, tusks, ears and other cool things bigger than Asian elephants. It is quite neat!!
There are about 600,000 African Elephants left in the world. There are about 30,000 to 50,000 Asian Elephants left in the world.
Asian elephants are smaller because their jungle habitat makes being large a disadvantage.
There are 2, Asian and African.
Asian and African
Yes. Asian elephants rarely reach ten feet in shoulder height, while African elephants often do. The African is heavier as well, up to seven tons.
they aren't alike Asian elephants are smaller and usually have no trunks and African elephants are bigger and tend to weigh more
Dublin Zoo has Asian Elephants, but does not have any African Elephants.
Asian elephants are endangered and African Bush Elephants are vulnerable, but both African forest elephants and African elephants are not, although there has been a large decline in numbers due mainly to poaching.
no, African elephants also have tusks
Yes. Especially their ears. :-)
I am quite certain that Asian elephants are mammals just like the African forest elephants and African bush elephants. It just makes more sense that all of the types of elephants would be mammals like one another. And from pictures that have been seen asian elephants were born without being in an egg.
There are about 500,000 African and Asian elephants in the world. There used to be 10 million.
some differences in African and Asian elephants is that: African elephants weigh up to 4000 - 7000 kg and have a height of about 3 - 4m, though Asian elephants only weigh about 3000 - 6000 kg and have a height of 2 - 3 and a half metres. African elephants skin is a lot darker and more wrinkled, where as Asian elephants have lighter and smoother skin. African elephants have a concave back, where… Read More
African and Asian The two types of elephants are African and Asian. Male African elephants are the largest surviving terrestrial animals and can reach a height of 13 feet. African elephants are listed as 'vulnerable' and the Asian elephant is classified as 'endangered' by the International Union for Conservation of Nature. Sadly there are only 2 species of Elephants in the world because of humans have been killing them. Th two species of Elephants left… Read More
There are two types of elephants. There is an African elephant and an Asian elephant. So, there are elephants in Africa and elephants in Asia. You can tell the type of elephant by the size of their ears. African elephants have a large ear while Asian have a smaller ear.
All elephants have four legs, bulky bodies, large ears, and a trunk. Most African elephants have tusks, as do many, but not all, male Asian elephants. Both types are herbivores.
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Boths African and Asian