Elephant Facts – Fascinating Facts About Elephants

Interesting Facts About Elephants

The trunk of an elephant is both an upper lip and a nose.

Elephants regurgitate water from their stomachs and spray it on their bodies using their trunks.

Elephants have a pulse rate of 27.

The average speed of charging elephant is about 35-40 km/h.

Baby elephant can learn how to use its trunk properly at about six months of age.

Male elephant is called a bull.

Elephants are scared of dogs. Elephant digests its food in 22-46 hours.

Elephants have brown hair at birth. But it becomes black through the year and much of it wears off.

An adult trunk can hold 6 liters of water in it.

Elephant means ivory.