Asian and african elephant
Whats the Difference Between Asian and African Elephants
Dec 03, 2009 African vs Asian Elephants African and Asian elephants are quite different from one another and they look similar only from a distance. The first difference that you note is that of the ears. The ears of the African elephant are much larger reaching up and over the neck looking quite a bit like the map of Africa. The
Asian elephant - Wikipedia
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Asian Elephant National Geographic
In general, the Asian elephant is smaller than the African bush elephant and has the highest body point on the head. The back is convex or level. The back is convex or level. The ears are small with dorsal borders folded laterally.