The average adult elephant weighs about 5,000 pounds.
That’s roughly one-third of the weight of a human.
It’s also much bigger than the average person.
So why are elephants so big?
The most commonly accepted explanation is that elephants have an extra large skull, which allows them to be much larger than humans.
This means that when they are walking around, they can stretch their skulls even further, making them even more massive.
But elephants aren’t the only animals that have this extra body size.
Large reptiles also have extra large skulls, and even birds have large, curved skulls that allow them to move around much faster than other birds.
So how big are elephants?
This infographic gives a rough estimate of the size of an elephant.
The most widely used scale is called the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s Mammal Scale (MIC) , which is used to measure how big an animal is.
The MIC is used for estimating the body size of elephants, which is the amount of mass an animal can carry in its trunk, or trunk muscle.
The smaller the mass, the larger the body.
But it also takes into account other factors like its body size and the height of its trunk.
The average elephant weighs 4,500 pounds, and it measures 1,500 inches (3,400 centimeters) in length.
The smallest elephant is about half the size that the largest.
It weighs about 700 pounds (1,400 kilograms).