When you think of elephants, what comes to mind?
And the answer is pretty obvious: they are pretty badass.
But what exactly is an “elephant” and why are elephants so badass?
Let’s break down what an elephant is, what they do and what they’re all about.
Elephants are known as “elephants of the forest,” because of their long, thick ears and large trunk.
While elephants are typically found in savannahs and grasslands, they also occur in trees, in mountains and in grasslands where they are more common.
Elephant tusks are a unique part of their anatomy, which are the result of their diet of the wood ant species, which have the ability to break down hardwood.
They also have a thick, leathery hide called an elephant’s skin.
Elephants can be found in Africa and Southeast Asia, as well as in Australia and New Zealand.
Elephas maximus, also known as the lion of Africa, is the largest elephant in the world.
It measures about 50 feet tall (13 meters), with a trunk measuring 3.5 feet (1.6 meters).
Elephas is considered one of the most beautiful elephants on the planet.
It was thought that the lion was extinct about 65,000 years ago.
In 1869, it was discovered in Uganda by a Portuguese hunter named Antonio da Silva.
In the 1880s, a group of scientists discovered a lion in a limestone cave in Uganda, and the lion’s horn was used as a scientific marker to track its location.
It was later discovered in the Andes Mountains, in Argentina, and in Tanzania, where it was named the “lion of Tanzania.”
Elephons are also known for their intelligence.
Elephas can use their intelligence to find food and to hunt prey, and they are also masters of camouflage, with elephants camouflaging themselves in grasses and trees to hide in their dens.
Elegy in the wild: The elephant, a rare animal with few domesticated relatives, and its habitatThe elephant is one of our most remarkable living species, and it has been around for thousands of years.
The earliest fossilized fossilized elephant remains were found in South Africa, which was one of only three places where a modern African elephant existed.
Today, more than 90% of the world’s known elephant species are found in the African continent.
Elephalus, an extinct genus of African elephant, lived about 90,000 to 120,000 days ago.
Its fossilized remains are dated to around 110,000.
Elephalus lived in Africa from about 110,300 to 120 and 30 to 45 million years ago, and had a range from about 120,300 years ago to about 110 million years later.
Elephyre, a type of elephant, was also extinct, but it’s possible that some members of this family survived in South America.
A few specimens of the genus have been discovered in Chile, Peru, Brazil and Argentina, but the rest are extinct.
Elephaena, a species of elephant in South Korea, is also extinct.
Elephyre and Elephas are the only surviving elephants of this genus in South and South-East Asia, and are considered the most diverse of all elephants.
Elephiaena is also considered one the most ancient extant species of African elephants.
It lived between 45,000 and 50,000 bce and was a member of a larger species, the Elephiaena.
Elephiaene is the only known species of this species in South-east Asia.
In the past, there were two species of elephants that lived in South Asia: the Ape-e and the Elephant-e.
These two species lived in the same range as elephants found in Southeast Asia and South America, but they were different.
Elebony elephants lived in India and the Arabian Peninsula.
Elephaena was a rare species found only in India, and Elephiaea was found in some parts of the Arabian peninsula.
Elebia spp., or Elebias, is a species found in Madagascar, a tropical island nation that is home to the largest population of elephants in the Southern Hemisphere.
Elebe, an elephant in Brazil, was found on a beach in the Amazon in 2012.
The elephant had a trunk length of 13 feet (4 meters), weighing more than 1,000 pounds (670 kilograms).
Elebe lived about 65 to 80,000 year ago.
Elebe was discovered on the island of Barbados in the early 1970s, and was discovered again in the 1990s.
Elebi, an ancient African elephant found in Peru, was about 65 years old.
Elebras are the most endangered elephant species in the whole of Africa.
The majority of their populations are currently found in sub-Saharan Africa, where they have suffered severe habitat loss and poaching, due to illegal trade.
Elebras, which also refer to the Asian elephants, are among the largest species of land mammals in the