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Elephant Full Body Outline

The elephant is an animal with a big body. Though it lives in the forest however it is also a pet animal as well. They are used in the circus to earn money. Given here are the collection of Elephant Full Body Outline images and pictures with which kids can practice drawing on their own. They can also download and share these pics via online sites.

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Cute Baby Elephant Outline
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Elephants are kept in the zoo in order to develop the glory of the zoo as well as the interest of kids. Introduce your kids to this page and help them in practice drawing these Elephant Full Body Outline images with ease. We are sure that, definitely kids will love practice drawing these pictures.

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Elephant Outline Side View
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Female Elephants are known to show caring behaviour to fellow females and young calves. They are also thought to hold lifelong relationships with family and friends, just like humans do!
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Elephant Outline Images
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The African Elephant is the largest, with huge ears and unisex tusks. The Asian Elephant has a large body too, but with smaller ears! The females also do not develop tusks for this species.
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It is believed that years ago there were more than 300 species of Elephant, however today there only remains two: the Asian and African species.
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As the largest land mammal, the Elephant also has the longest pregnancy at 22 months! New-born calves weigh around 90kg and are about 3 feet tall.
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Elephants are smart, social and incredibly strong creatures. An Elephants trunk is so powerful and precise that it can carry calves and also be used for more delicate acts like picking flowers!
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Elephants are the world’s largest land mammals – and, aside from the great apes: humans, gorillas, chimpanzees and orangutans – the most intelligent.
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Elephants are highly social animals with incredible memories. This could be attributed to their large brains, which can reach over 5kg in mass!
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Elephants know every member of their herd and are able to recognize up to 30 companions by sight or smell.
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Elephants are one of the few non-human animals to suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder.
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Don’t try to outsmart an elephant! They have an understanding of basic arithmetic and can even keep track of relative quantities.

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