How much does an Elephant Weigh?
Elephants are the largest and heaviest terrestrial animals, and besides that they have large incisors. They also have the longest nose and maybe the best memory. Male African elephant species may exceed a weight of 6 tons. The head weight is a quarter of their body weight. This part of the body, in addition to its considerable weight also have organs that help elephants to provide food such as the trunk, ivory and the giants muscles of the jaw.
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