In a zoo, a typical adult elephant may eat bales of hay and 10 – 18 pounds, or to 8 kg, of grain a day. This amounts to a yearly quantity of more than 29, kg of hay and kg of feed per animal, The normal daily water consumption is 25 – 50 gallons per animal, or – liters. Sep 21, · The exception was an adult bull, previously wounded by another bull, who remained alive for several days before eventually being killed by the lions. The great majority of the young elephants killed were males, and two-thirds of the kills were of elephants in the age range years, with highest hunting success achieved for elephants aged
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Jan 17, · An adult male Elephant seal swims near Drakes Beach in the Point Reyes National Seashore near Inverness on Saturday, Jan. 16, Adult males begin arriving in December for breeding. (Sherry. The baby elephant left the scene accompanied by an adult, presumed to be a parent.(Reuters/ Kunchaylek)The motorbike rider suffered only slight injuries in the collision.
Link in comments. Jump to. Sections of this page. Accessibility Help. we have an online school adult journal called Elephant Academy, and it is our the biggest funniest class is always been online and virtual, so it’s been very pandemic suited and yet it creates magical community so if you’ve been missing community come join us elephant. A healthy adult elephant has little to fear from predators, except human beings. It's greatest threats come from poachers and habitat loss. Elephants can communicate with each other over great distances using infrasound, vocalizations that are at such low frequency they cannot be heard by the human ear.