Good morning everyone present here, today I am going to give a speech on elephants. Elephants are heavy creatures. They stand on four huge, pillar-like legs. They have two gigantic fan-like ears on each side. The trunks of elephants are recognizable bodily components. Additionally, they have little tails. The male elephant has two relatively lengthy “tusks” (teeth). Elephants consume a variety of things, including grains, fruits, cereals, and leaves. They are herbivores. They are primarily found in Asia and Africa. Although elephants normally have a grey appearance, Thailand also possesses white elephants.
Elephants, with an average age of approximately 5-70 years, also have one of the longest life expectancies of any animal. However, the longest elephant to ever live passed away at the age of 86.
They have also been forced to labor in zoos and circuses despite the fact that they mostly inhabit jungles. According to scientific studies, elephants are among the most intelligent animals. They exhibit a comparable level of submission. Elephant males prefer to live alone, whereas females usually live in groups. This wild animal is also incredibly intelligent. People use them for transportation and entertainment. Elephants are highly valued by both the planet and people. Therefore, we must protect them in order to avoid disrupting the natural cycle.
Elephants are important to humans, plants, and other animals alike. They provide other animals with water during the dry season. Their eating patterns encourage the growth of new plants. They maintain the equilibrium of the savannah’s ecosystem. Thank you.