Yes, elephants have teeth. Teeth constantly worn, drop out and in their place grow new (change about five times in all life). The price of an elephant bone is very high, which is why animals are constantly being destroyed.
And although the animals are protected and even listed in the International Red Book, there are still poachers who are ready to kill this beautiful animal for the sake of profit.
It is very rare to find animals with large tusks, since almost all of them were exterminated. It is noteworthy that in many countries the killing of an elephant entails the death penalty.
The elephant is the largest terrestrial animal on Earth, although the Indian elephant is slightly smaller than its African cousin. In this collection you will admire interesting photos of elephants, as well as learn about a number of interesting facts related to this animal