By Josie September 1st, 2023
Two of nature’s most formidable creatures come face to face in a fight to determine who’s the king of the savannah: the elephant and the rhino.
The elephant, with its towering presence and long tusks, tries to intimidate the rhino.
The rhino, on the other hand, stands its ground, ready to charge with its sharp horn. Eventually, the rhino realizes it’s in trouble, but it’s too late.
The elephant seizes the moment, using its mighty tusks to topple the rhino and pinning it with its trunk.
The rhino finally escapes the elephant’s grasp, disappearing into the night’s shadows.
For now, the elephant is the king of the savanna.
Size and Weight: Adult rhinos can weigh between 2,300 to 5,000 pounds.
Horn: Made of keratin, the same material as our hair and nails, a rhino’s horn can grow up to 5 feet long.
Tactics: Rhinos are known for their aggressive charges. They lower their head and thrust forward, using their horn as a piercing weapon.
Size and Weight: Adult male elephants can weigh up to 14,000 pounds and stand at a height of around 13 feet.
Tusks: These elongated incisors, made of ivory, can grow up to 7 feet long and are used as a weapon in fights.
Tactics: Elephants often use their sheer size and weight to their advantage, charging at threats to intimidate or trample them.