101 Facts... Elephants! Elephant Book for Kids by IP FactlyIP Factly presents... 101 Facts… Elephants!
Amazing facts, photos and video links to some of the worlds largest animals.
Elephant book for kids - a fun and fascinating way for young readers to find out more about these highly intelligent creatures.
IP Factlys 101 Facts series has been designed to encourage and bolster independent reading by whetting the appetite of young learners.
This elephant kids book mixes facts, photos and even includes a video clip section.
Accompanying webpage with video clips
This book provides fact after fact for information hungry children to tell family and friends, and even has an accompanying webpage with video clips of the elephants in the book.
It makes learning fun and gives a real reason for children to want to read by themselves. Kids will love discovering animal facts to share and enjoy.
The video links mean children come back again and again, naturally developing their reading and learning skills (early kindle models dont support video but the safe website link is given).
Fascinating Facts Include...
* There are now only three species of elephants on the planet.
* An elephant’s trunk has around 150,000 muscles and tendons.
* The trunk can hold more than 4 gallons of water.
* Elephants can paint with their trunks. One elephant named Ruby at the Phoenix Zoo has sold her paintings, the most expensive of which sold for $25,000.
* The back of an elephant’s ears are called its knuckles and are the softest parts on its body.
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Elephant Facts for Kids
Click here for more animal facts. Elephants are the worlds largest land mammal. A mammal is a species that is born and not hatched from an egg. Mammals have lungs that breathe air. When a female mammal gives birth, their bodies produce milk to feed their babies. Humans are also mammals. A well-known prehistoric ancestor to the elephant is a woolly mammoth.
Elephants are large, majestic animals that have been admired and studied for hundreds of years., Ready to get the lowdown on these gentle giants, gang?
Unable to display Facebook posts. Show error. The only males in these herds are the young calves The leader of the herd is usually the oldest female — she is called the Matriarch In the wild, a mother elephant has help with the babies from other elephants — who are known as Aunties. A new mother will choose her aunties and together they will raise the baby. A young male elephant stays with the herd until he is about 15 years old. Elephants love bananas Elephants are so clever they can peel their own bananas, corn and lots of other food. The Asian elephant has one finger on the end of the trunk the African has two The trunk is very sensitive and elephants are very careful and protective of them The trunk is used to drink, smell, pick up food, touch and communicate.
Asian elephants are smaller than African elephants. Their ears are smaller, too. Only male Asian elephants have tusks. Both male and female African elephants have tusks. Elephants are the largest land mammal. More all about elephants, adults weigh between 6, and 11, pounds.