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Elephants hate mice and elephants love fruit so keep that in mind when you drive elephants, avoid elephants, do donuts and push that roaring engine to the limits. Fasten your seat belt and take an exciting online safari through Africa. Slide and drift your way through all 14 events setting the best time you can. Have fun!
Do you like elephants, and do you also like to play free online games? If you are in the same mood as us today, you probably would like to play our free Elephant Safari game online. Am I right? ;)
Use arrow keys to play this free online game. Down arrow to break, Left arrow steer left, Right arrow to steer right, Up arrow for throttle, T to toggle quality, M to mute, Q to quit, and R to restart level.
I guess it depends upon where they are. In the wild, the adult eats almost constantly in order to get their required caloric intake, which is nearly 20 hours per day. They can consume an average of 400 pounds of food per day and drink nearly 50 gallons of water, while babies take in much less. According to WikiPedia, in the 1980's, the US obtained many African elephants from Zimbabwe due to their overabundance of them at the time. In Africa, there are safaris or so called chitwan that you can book for around $3995.00. Some park and lodge's that allow this are named Lodge Thula Thula, Park of Desa Taro, and Udawalwe. Some may also go hunting wild game while riding on one of these giant creatures, but these animals do not like to witness the death of another animal for fun.
Elephants are the largest living land mammal in the world, and they are also one of the most intelligent! They are very family oriented and have a magnificient memory. It is fun to know that they pass on learned knowledge to their young. In their natural habitat, these giants live in family groups and due to their size, they have been feared by humans and several other land mammals. Although their vision is not that acute, their hearing is very good. They use their trunk as a useful appendage to grab objects such as food and bring it to their mouths to eat. In India, these giant gray and graceful creatures are used to transport "Trunk Cams" and other cameras hidden in disguises that appear to be rocks or the leftover trunk of a broken tree in order to observe wildlife in their natural habitat. An example would be the Tiger, which has been recorded and viewed over the course of several years. A family with 4 cubs has been observed living naturally and seen free playing and learning survival games in ways that were not possible in the past. When it comes to the energy and symbology of the elephant, few people can object to its beauty, silent power, kindness and majesticism.