African Bush Elephant (S/F)

The African bush elephant (Loxodonta africana), also known as the African savanna elephant, is a species in the elephant family Elephantidae. It is the largest naturally extant land animal, outsized only by various de-extinct species; it grows up to thirteen feet in height and can weigh more than eleven tons. African bush elephants have been an endangered species since 2021, threatened chiefly by habitat loss. In some parts of their range they are hunted for meat and ivory.