Elephants sometimes comfort their distressed friends by stroking them with their trunks.
Elephants’ brains have more complex folds than other animals, making them one of the most intelligent animals on the planet.
Elephants show emotions that are similar to humans. When a member of their herd dies, they show sadness and grieve long after their loved one has passed away.
Matriarchs are responsible for remembering where the best places are for food and shelter.
A Matriarch of a herd will usually teach young calves how to behave.
Elephant families are led by the oldest female in the group.
Once a baby elephant is born, mothers have several “babysitters” to take care of the calf while mom sleeps, so she has time to eat and produce milk.
The proof is in the facts. Elephants and women are one in same. We provide love, leadership and education. What’s just a powerful as a woman conquering daily life? The elephant.