Elephant’S Encyclopedia : Elephant Behaviour
Elephant’S Encyclopedia : Elephant Behaviour. They are distinguished by their high level of intelligence, complex behaviour, technique of communication and their developed social structure. Elephants live in a structured social order. Elephants’ social lives of male and female elephants are very different.
Elephants have a large repertoire of vocalisations including low growls, deep rumbles, bellows and roars, high trumpets, cries, and screams. Elephants can communicate over long distances by producing and receiving low-frequency sound (infrasound), a sub-sonic rumbling outside the range of human hearing, which travels at least 4km (2.5 miles) through the air and ground.
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