Baobab bark taste like watermelon for elephants
Both are icons of Africa, easily identifiable from a distance by their distinctive shape. Both can reach considerable sizes and ideally reach very old age. They even share a similar color spectrum. It is therefore not surprising that Baobabs are sometimes referred to as “elephants” in the kingdom of plants.
Let's play asks this gentle elephant
Bush-bash is a actually a threat behaviour Tossing the head and tusks back and forth through bushes or other vegetation, creating noise and commotion and demonstrating strength. is probably an expression of ‘look what I can do with you’= or just an invite to come and play
Elephants use their trunks to pick up their breakfast bran
Elephants are huge and therefore they have to eat a lot every day. But how do they pick up and eat things like grain or even flour with only a trunk as cutlery?
Acacia Trees Prevent Elephant Attacks With Armies of Ants
It’s a classic David and Goliath story, except there are 90,000 Davids and they all have stings. On the African plains, the whistling-thorn acacia tree protects itself against the mightiest of savannah animals – elephants – by recruiting some of the tiniest – ants.