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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 What's the difference?African and Asian Elephants Nerds and Geeks typically getplaced as the same types of people. However there are many differences between the two. African Elephant (Loxodonta) Both -Slightly larger than Asian -larger ears-Ears resemble the continent Africa-Ears radiate heat to keep warm-Trunks have two finger like things at the end they can use to grab smaller things-Two subspecies: Savanna (or brush) elephant and Forest elephant-Savanna elephants are larger and their tusks curve outward-Forest elephants are darker and their tusks are straighter and downward pointing-Savanna: live in family units over about 10 but sometimes join with other families and make a clan of up to 70-Forest:live in smaller groups-One calf is born every 2.5-9 years-Live about 70 years-Females are mostly fertile from age 25 and 45-Males can successfully compete for mating around 20 years-Mainly eat leaves and branches off of bushes and trees-Used to roam from the mediteranian sea to the southern tip of Africa-currently forest elephants live in west central Africa-currently savanna elephants live in eastern and southern Africa -After showering themselves by sucking up water then spraying it all over themselves with their trunks they spray themselves witha protective covering of dust-Trunk is used for smelling,breathing,trumpeting,drinking and grabbing things-Trunk alone contains about 100,000 different muscles-Don't sleep much-Migration patterns have been cut off by human settlement Asian Elephant (Elephas maximus indicus)
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