"The Three Stooges"
Elephants are born with milk tusks which grow to 2 inches long and are shed and replaced by the permanent ones at around 1 year. The newborn calf weighs about 225-260 pounds after a long gestation period of 18-20 months. It stands approximately 3 feet at the shoulders. It depends on its mothers milk for at least 3 years.
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