Asian Elephant Preserve

Rosamond Gifford Zoo

Asian Elephant Preserve

Syracuse, New York 13204, United States

Created By: PocketSights

Point of Interest Details

Asian elephants are different from African elephants. They are smaller, have smaller ears, a more rounded back, and a fourth toenail on each of their back feet. They have thick, dry skin with a small amount of stiff hair, and are grey to brown in colour. Female Asian elephants have small tusks and occasionally none at all. Sometimes pink spots appear on the ears as a result of depigmentation.

Asian Elephants eat grass, hay, twigs, bark and fruits. It can live up to 60 to 80 years. It can weigh up to 5000kg and be up to 300cm tall. It takes up to 660 days or 22 months until the babies are born.

This point of interest is part of the tour: Rosamond Gifford Zoo


 

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