"I am a proud female elephant"

The Non-profit organization, Wild and Free Foundation's new Save the Elephants drive, has come out with an article about the differences between males and females. They provide information on how to tell them apart by their different head shape and size of tusks. This is important because elephants are endangered and they need our help in order to survive. In this article we learn that there are many things that make female elephants unique from male elephants like not having as large tusks or being able to carry pregnancies for longer periods of time before giving birth. We also learn more about what life as an elephant is like; explaining that they have multiple mates throughout their lives after they reach sexual maturity.