Due to their great size, and the wide variety of habitats in which they live, Indian elephants have several adaptations which make them unusual animals. These often relate to food and water gathering behaviors.
- Trunk – There are around 150,000 muscles in the trunk, but no bones
- Tusks – Tusks, which are often used to dig up roots, grow about 6 in (15 cm) a year
- Drinking – They can drink 53 gallons (200 liters) of water each day during the summer
- Sociality – Elephant herds have “aunties” who look after the babies of other females
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