There is no difference The Asian and Indian elephant is the same species!!
An Indian elephant (the Asian elephant) is an herbivore.
Asian/Indian elephant and African elephant..... XD
No, they are an entirely different species.
An African Elephant has larger ears than an Asian elephant and are in general just bigger.
Not sure which one, but the difference between an Asian elephant and an Indian elephant is the ear. One has a smaller ear and the other has a much larger ear.
There are three species of elephant, the African bush elephant, the African forest elephant and the Asian elephant . The biggest noticeable difference is that African elephants have much bigger ears than there Indian counterparts.
An Indian elephant has smaller ears than an African elephant.
The difference between and Indian elephant and an African elephant is that both of them LOVE Buzz Lightyear, and then only the Indian elephant LOVES Superman as well. that is the answer. (they fly away rapidly)
An Asian elephant has noticeably smaller ears than an African elephant. Also, African elephants are usually bigger than Asian elephants.
The Asian Elephant has the smallest ears, of the current existing species (African Bush Elephant, African Forest Elephant, and Asian Elephant or Indian Elephant). However, when alive, the Mammoths had the smallest ears.
The ears. Asian elephants have tiny ears and African elephants have large ears.
The Asian Elephants Don't Have tusks And Indian Elephants Have Tusks Sumatran Elephants Have Tusks Like Mammoths