Dafarian Lelephant is today the largest terrestrial animal, it can measure up to 4m high for a weight of about 7 tonnes. He lives mainly in sub-Saharan Africa but also north of South Africa. This mammal is easily recognizable thanks to its long ivory defenses, which can weigh to themselves until 100kg, and its trunk is used to feed. Unlike his cousin, Lelephant Dasie, he has bigger ears, fewer pleas and a more curved back. Thepece is today declined because of poaching but also the gradual destruction of its habitat.
|Size||19.10 cm x 10.10 cm x 11.00 cm|
|Age Recommendation||3-8 years|
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