Ngorongoro, Elephant Ear


African elephants are said to be an entirely other species from the Indian elephants. Differences include (1) African elephants' ears are huge and shaped like the continent of Africa. Indian elephants' ears are much smaller and not shaped like the sub-continent of India. (2) African elephants have two "fingers" at the ends of their trunks, while Indian elephants have only one. (3) African elephants' humps are behind their heads, while Indian elephants humps are right on the tops of their heads. (4) African elephants are entirely gray, but Indian elephants sometimes have pink on their head and ears. Perhaps there are other differences as well.

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