A very good morning to one and all present here. Today, I’ll be giving a small speech on the topic ‘Elephant’.
Elephants are one of the largest animals in the world and are intelligent as a species. These four-legged creatures are herbivores. Their diet thus predominantly consists of leaves, plants, and grains. Bananas, commonly, are considered to be a favourite of theirs.
Elephants are mostly found in Asia and Africa. They are commonly grey and black in colour. Thailand alone is known to have white elephants.
The average lifespan of an elephant ranges between 5 and 70 years. They live both in herds and in solitude. They are crucial in preserving the biodiversity of the ecosystem.
Nowadays, elephants are getting increasingly endangered. In our pursuit of enamel from tusks and leather, we are wiping away their habitat, subjecting them to cruelty and killing them off.
Let’s vow to protect them.