African Bull Elephant

No. 295629

by Safari Ltd
$9.99USD
  • Did you know there are actually two different types of African elephant, including the bush elephant and the slightly smaller forest elephant? You can tell an African elephant from an Asian elephant by their ears, because an African elephant’s ears are shaped like Africa!
  • Scientific Name: Genus Loxodonta
  • Characteristics: One of the smartest land animals on Earth, African elephants are both calm and gentle when they don’t feel threatened. In fact, African elephants are able to display various emotions, including sadness, compassion, gratefulness, and curiosity, which is reflected in this hand painted figurine’s emotive eyes.
  • Size and Color: 7.6 inches long, 2.3 inches wide and 4 inches tall, this figurine is roughly the size of a mass market paperback book stood on its side. Professionally crafted and hand painted, this figurine captures this African elephant’s dusty slate gray skin and pearlescent ivory tusks.
  • The African Bull Elephant is part of the Wild Safari® Wildlife collection.
  • All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free.
  • History:

    Unfortunately, both types of African elephants are classified as vulnerable species. While conservation sanctuaries have been widely established throughout Africa, especially in recent years, both the African bush and forest elephant are suffering from a loss of their natural habitat. Not only that, but both species are one of the most commonly poached animals worldwide due to the value of their tusks in the ivory market, making it a challenging endeavor to stabilize and increase their population numbers. Give this African bull elephant a home where he can safely and happily live out the rest of his very long life!

    • Recommended Age: 3
    • Size in cm: 19.5 L x 6 W x 10 H
    • Size in inches: 7.68 L x 2.36 W x 3.94 H
    • UPC: 095866295608
    The African elephant is the largest of all elephant species. It has larger ears than the Asian elephant and lives in habitats ranging from deserts to high rainforests.