Elephants are smart creatures and they have the largest brain of any land animal, and three times as many neurons as humans.
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Association of Zoos & Aquariums: Elephants are Amazing!
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Find out about its characteristics, reproductive cycles, images of elephant birth, and distribution map of populations.
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Explains why the African and Asian elephant population are in danger and tells what people are doing to help.
Earth's Kids: Elephants
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Basic facts about elephants and their life cycle, with photographs and interesting links.
[ Kids/Teens ] Offers visitor information and reasons for celebrating Elephant Appreciation Day. An entire section devoted to topics of interest to kids, with galleries of photos and humor.
Elephant Kids Club
[ Kids ] Learn about one of the world's largest animal, their appearance, family groups, habitat, ways you can help them, listen to elephant sounds, recommended books to read, and printable games.
The Elephant Listening Project
[ Mature Teens ] A project which assesses the potential of acoustic monitoring for evaluating the abundance and health of elephants living in the dense forest. Videos, pictures, and audio files to hear elephant's language.
The Elephant Sanctuary
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Dedicated to everything about elephants, with pictures, videos, and elephant biographies.
Making Elephant Tracks
[ Kids ] Information on elephants such as, habitat, eating habits, family units and herds, and calves.
San Diego Zoo: Elephant
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Contains scientific classification, facts, differences between African and Asian elephants, pictures, and live webcam.
World Wildlife Fund: Elephants
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Overview of African and Asian elephants with photos and videos, why they matter, and what the threats against them are.
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