elephant 英[ˈelɪfənt] 美[ˈɛləfənt]
Elephant is the largest animal on land today. It weights some ninety kilograms and is about one metre high when born. When it is 12 years old, it studs over three meters and does not grow any more. Elephant is usually grey in color, having a long trunk with large ivory tusks protruding from each side of its mouth. Usually moving in groups and caring for each other, Elephant is know to be a very and gentle creamre.
For many years people have used the strength of these poweful animals to move trees and heavy logs. Elephant has been and is a vital tool for people to do many things that would normally be imposs-ible.
Elephant is and will continue to be one of the greatest creatures man has ever come into contact with. Its size. beauty, and power willforever be useful to man.
He received praise for the atmospheric monochrome shots in David Lynch's The Elephant Man.
The first blind man happened to place his hand on the elephant's side.
The elephant was still breathing, so we knew it was still alive.
The elephant lowered its great bulk.
The young elephant stood beside its mother.
The bull elephant is attacking us.
The largest existing land animal is the elephant.
The angry elephant crashed through the forest.
The children looked up in wonder at the big elephant.
When they saw the elephant blowing the mouth organ, the children squealed with laughter.