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  Elephant t-shirts reflect one of the world's best-loved animals. Elephant t-shirts are a good way to say, "Keep the elephants wild and not in the circus!" Buy a few elephant t-shirts for your family today!  
 
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EP1
An elephant calf is usually born into an extended family, headed by an older female elephant who serves as matriarch.

EP2
Adult males leave the herd at 14 years of age, and either range alone or join other bull elephants in "bachelor herds," rejoining females only at breeding times.

EP3
The wild is the place for elephants and not the circus. From an early age, elephants learn to entertain each other within the herd.

EP4
Elephants are sensitive fellow animals where if a baby complains, the entire family will rumble and go over to touch and caress it.

EP5
Elephants cry, play, have incredible memories, and laugh!

EP6
The mother is responsible for providing the 250-pound newborn with milk. But when it comes to caretaking and protecting babies from predators, the whole herd pitches in.

EP7
An adult male savannah elephant -- the largest land mammal in the world -- weighs about 12,000 pounds and stands roughly 10 feet tall at the shoulder.

EP8
The elephant's natural home range is 500 miles; migratory patterns are taught from one generation to the next.

EP9
Question: what is cuter than a couple of elephants walking away from you? Answer: Nothing!

EP10
How do you stop an elephant from charging? Take away his credit card. It's an old joke, and yes, it still hurts!

EP11
This drawing depicts the savage treatment of the elephants by an African tribe.

EP12
As a young elephant grows, it learns how to become independent by watching and mimicking others. A calf will begin to experiment with its trunk, using it to grasp grass and other solid food, at about four months of age.

EP13
Elephants don't drink with their trunks, but use them as "tools" to drink with. This is accomplished by filling the trunk with water and then using it as a hose to pour it into the elephant's mouth.

EP14
How do you stop an elephant from charging? Unplug him from the outlet. Not an old joke but it hurts just as much!

EP15
Elephants have greeting ceremonies when a friend that has been away for some time returns to the group.
 
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