- Behavior: Elephants form deep family bonds and live in tight matriarchal family groups of related females called a herd.
- The herd is led by the oldest and often largest female in the herd, called a matriarch.
- Habitats you can find them is Tropical and Subtropical places of Africa and Asia.
- They are found most often in savannas, grasslands, and forests, but they also live in deserts, swamps, and mountains.
Range: They are in 37 savannah zones. The savannah zones stretch from south of the Sahara Desert to southeast Asia.
Elephants are not only being squeezed into smaller and smaller areas, but farmers plant crops that elephants like to eat. As a result, elephants frequently raid and destroy crops. They can be very dangerous too.
often killing and injured people in the mix. In India, over 100 people are killed by elephants each year, and over 200 people have been killed in Kenya over the last 7 years.
People have came up with a way to save the elephants before there gone completely.