Elephant AJ Whitehead
The animal is enormous. They have two tusks. They have big ears. They are gray. An elephant has a trunk.
The habitat of the elephant is open grassland. The elephant never strays far from a supply of bathing and drinking water.
When water is scarce during the dry season, elephants will dig in the sandy bed of a river that has stopped flowing.
Five Additional Facts about Elephants • 1. An elephant can walk faster than a man. • 2. When elephants are out of sight of one another they make sounds with their trunk, like gargling. • 3. Elephants play in the mud. • 4. They use their teeth to grind their food. • 5. A baby elephant is called a calf.
Resources Used • NOSES Sniff Out the Facts by: Ranger Rick
This report was made by: • AJ Whitehead • 8 years old • Playing on the computer, playing on swing sets • I chose the elephant because it has some tusks and a trunk and tall legs. • I want to be a firefighter when I grow up.