NOTE: If you face an elephant in the jungle and there is no
hope of protection, then you should not climb the tree to avoid the elephant
nor hide behind some other thing as the elephant trunk has so much power that
He can uproot the tree in a shock and throw it. The easiest way is that you
should make the most noise. You should shout loudly and this is more likely to
1. You must have always seen that the elephant keeps shaking
his ears all day long, have you ever wondered why? Actually, the elephant
leaves the heat of its giant body through the ears. This work is done by
elephant ears cells. This is the reason that the ears of African elephants are
very large because there is more heat there.
2. At the beginning of the railway, the elephant used to
replace the crane to push, lift and carry the train box. This is from 1963,
when elephants were used to pull the train from Baroda to the carriage.
3. Puberty in elephants usually comes in age of 13 or 14
years. Elephant is the only animal, which is given to give birth to a different
type of gland to stimulate sexual activity, which is called “Temporal
Gland”, which is inside the body between the ear and the eye. From there
elephants control and display their sexual desires. In an aggravating condition
the fluid starts flowing between the ears and the ear between the ears. The
elephant’s penis is about 1 meter long in excitement and the letter of the
English becomes the size of S.
4. An elephant can smell the water odor at a distance of 4.5
kilometers. But tell you that the elephants breathe only 2-3 times in every
5. Elephant is the only animal that can not jump and has
6. The lion is said to be the King of the forest, but he
never wants to fight with rhinoceros and elephants.
7. The need for every elephant is different from the sound
of human beings. Recent studies have shown that the elephants can listen to the
voice they hear.
8. Elephants never fight with each other. If an elephant of
a herd dies, then the whole herd celebrates hilarious and weirdly.
9. Elephants prefer to be clean and bathless every day.
10. Elephants can also pick up a small piece of gold that is
dropped on one fur from their nest. Like many other species, elephants catch
“bronze” by holding the brush with their trunk.
11. Elephant’s eyesight is low, so he uses his own drum in
the same way, just as a visually impaired wood. The elephant blows down from
the ocean while walking, and the wind hits back to the ground, it gets an idea
of its way ahead. The elephant can fill up to 8 to 9 liters of water in its
nostrils at one go. He can lift up to 350 kilograms of soda.
12. Female Elephants give birth to a child every 4 years.
Its gestation period is up to an average of 22 months. Twilight children are
born in 1 percent of the cases. The length of the new born elephant is
approximately 83 cm and weighing 112 kg.
13. The softest part of the elephant’s body is behind his
ear, which is called “Knule”. The elephants who handle the elephants,
use their feet to instruct elephants through knule.
14. Elephant eyesight is very rare. The special thing is
that they look less in bright light and more in low light. The elephant’s eyes
dry up very quickly, because of which they do not shake the capillaries of
their eyes. It is necessary for them to move smoothly, for them it is
necessary, that is why there is a supply of fluid in the eye of an elephant,
which comes out of the eye when it is too much, which we understand as tears.
15. The length of the young African elephant increases to 13
feet and 10 feet of Indian elephants.
16. Young African elephant weighs around 6,160 kg and Indian
elephants up to 5000 kg
17. The elephant’s life span is the average of 70 years of
life, like humans.
18. Elephants usually walk about 6 kilometers per hour.
Despite being such a huge body, elephants walk around 10 to 20 kilometers
throughout the day and only 3 to 4 hours sleep. The special thing is that the
elephants do not lie down and sleep only after standing
19. Elephants have the largest brain in animals and
elephants can swim in water for a long time.
20. Elephants spend only 16 hours a day in food. They eat up
to 120 kg of food in a day. The special thing is that only 35 per cent of it
gets digested, the rest goes out of the anus.
21. Male elephants leave the shrimp between the ages of 12
to 15 years.
22. An elephant’s child often lifts his head for comfort.
23. Elephants are right or left handed like humans.
24. Elephant teeth grow during their lifetime. African
elephants have 4 teeth.
25. Elephants also use their feet to listen. When the
elephant walks, a special type of vibration is created in the ground. Elephants
learn about other elephants with this vibration.
26. We are told from childhood that if an “ant”
enters the elephant’s saddle, then it can reach the brink of death, hence the
elephant blossoms and moves. This is correct, but there is also an important