ELEPHANT FEEDING BEHAVIOR AND GASTROINTESTINAL SYSTEM Elephants are monogastric animals that eat only herbivores. It is not a ruminant stomach. The size of the stomach is cylindrical, extending 30 to 35 meters. Because elephants do not have a special stomach to store food or vomit out to chew the cud in their free time like cows and buffaloes, elephants have a way to store food to eat while traveling. e.g. holding grass to the trunk while traveling Or tuck grass and food into the niches of its tusks, and elephant dung also contains seeds of various kinds that elephants eat. which these seeds are ready to can grow into a new tree when getting moisture from water and air. Book: https://krabielephanthousesanctuary.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KBVphant Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/krabi_elephant_house_sanctuary/