Why do elephants have a gestation period?

Why do some elephants have long gestation periods?

They might not be able to mate all that long, but they have been known to mate for as long as five years.

But what is the gestation period of a male elephant?

Why does a male male elephant have a shorter gestation period than a female elephant?

We’ll take a look.

Elephants are classified as either subadult or adult elephants.

Elephants have been around for at least 200,000 years.

The oldest known male elephant in the world, the Komodo dragon, is about 3.5 million years old.

The oldest known female elephant is about 1.6 million years, and the oldest known subadult female is about 4 million years.

The longest known sub-adult female, the Sumatran elephant, is around 3.2 million years and the longest known adult male elephant, the Greater Mekong elephant, around 1.5 billion years old, according to the Asian Elephant Foundation.

The oldest and oldest living male elephants are found in Southeast Asia, the Middle East and North Africa.

These elephants are known as male elephants because they are born with a penis, which they use to urinate.

Male elephants have been on the evolutionary map since the beginning of time.

Elephant reproductive systems and male reproductive systems are very different.

Males of all species have sperm cells that develop into spermatozoa, which are the eggs that fertilize eggs.

These spermatozas are fertilized by the female’s hormones.

This sperm fertilizes the egg and the egg develops into an elephant.

If a male is unable to produce enough sperm, he will produce a thick, fibrous mucus called the oviduct.

It is the olfactory bulb of the elephant.

This mucus is responsible for the elephant’s sense of smell.

Female elephants have olfaction glands that produce chemicals that stimulate the ophrin (the olfactive cells of the oestrus gland) in the olivary gland.

These chemicals stimulate the secretion of testosterone, a hormone that is released by the ovaries to stimulate ovulation.

The hormone causes a woman’s body to release estrogen and other hormones that make the body produce eggs and produce milk.

Male elephants also produce milk, which is used by the females to help them produce eggs, which also help produce milk for the young.

An elephant’s lifespan is very different from that of a human.

Humans live for about 25 years, but an elephant can live for up to 10 years.

Elems have to spend about 10,000 days a year sleeping.

Elecaries must be fed for about 7,000 hours a year.

Elephas can live up to 3,000 miles from their birth.

The average age of an elephant is 5 to 7 years old and the average lifespan of an adult is 20 to 30 years.