Elephant Coloring Pages

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These elephant coloring pictures will give you an experience being close to the elephant in its natural environment, even if many of them are presented in circuses or zoos.

From nursery rhymes to tales, through animated films and cartoons, elephants are very present in children’s worlds. Their trunks, big ears, and gigantism make them impressive animals that children would gladly adopt.

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Elephants are the largest mammals living on the earth’s crust. The only mammals larger and heavier than elephants are some of the aquatic giants that live in the sea.

There are two species of elephant: the African and the Asian, with subspecies that inhabit different parts of the earth. As you will no doubt know, the elephant is considered to be a right luck animal.

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Elephants’ ears are large organs with high vascular irrigation. Their ears are used by elephants to regulate their temperature effectively. Thus, elephants’ ears help them to dissipate their body heat. We are sure that you have already observed them ventilate with their ears to air themselves.

The trunk is the other distinctive organ that elephants have, and it is used for many reasons: to shower, to eat, to pull up trees and shrubs, to clean their eyes, to put dirt on their backs to get rid of parasites. The elephant trunk has more than 100,000 different muscles! Isn’t that amazing?

The elephant’s legs are extraordinary, they look like columns supporting the imposing mass of the elephant’s body. Elephants walk at a speed of 4 to 6 km/h, but if they are running away, they can run at more than 40 km/h.

We find it interesting to express the fact that although it is a four-legged animal, its incredible weight does not allow it to jump.

Elephants live in herds of females and their children. The males leave the crowd after adolescence and live in small isolated groups or spend a very solitary life. Adult males approach the herd once they have detected a female in heat.