Gallery description : borneo elephant

Borneo Elephant (elephas maximus borneensis) is a mammal type animal. It lives in rainforest and tropical woodland. The animal weights about 3,000kg - 5,000kg (6,500lbs - 11,000lbs) and average life span is 55 - 70 years. Human, tiger predators are dangerous for borneo elephants. See the table below to learn more information.

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Facts about borneo elephants
NameBorneo Elephant
Size (H)2m - 3m (7ft - 10ft)
OrderProboscidea
Main PreyGrass, fruit, roots
KingdomAnimalia
HabitatRainforest and tropical woodland
LifestyleHerd
PredatorsHuman, tiger
ColourGrey, brown, black
DietHerbivore
Scientific NameElephas maximus borneensis
Life Span55 - 70 years
ClassMammalia
Skin TypeLeather
Average Litter Size1
GenusElephas
FamilyElephantidae
PhylumChordata
TypeMammal
Conservation StatusCritically endangered
Top Speed43km/h (27mph)
Weight3,000kg - 5,000kg (6,500lbs - 11,000lbs)
Distinctive FeaturesLong trunk and large feet
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Description Borneo elephant. Borneo Pygmy Elephant | Endangered Animals
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