African elephant

African elephant
African elephant
10368 - 13342 lbs ( 4703 - 6052 kg)
126 - 157 inches ( 320 - 400 cm)

About African elephant

African elephants are the elephants of the genus Loxodonta, consisting of two extant species, the African bush elephant and the smaller African forest elephant. Loxodonta is one of the two existing genera in the family Elephantidae. Although it is commonly believed that the genus was named by Georges Cuvier in 1825, Cuvier spelled it Loxodonte. An anonymous author romanized the spelling to Loxodonta and the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature (ICZN) recognizes this as the proper authority. The African elephant can be found in Eastern, Southern and West Africa, either in dense forests, mopane and miombo woodlands, Sahelian scrub or deserts.

Hunting Techniques

Shot placement

Choice of hunting equipment

Clasification: Smal Game

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