By Josie  April 21st, 2023

One is an apex predator but the other is the largest land animal.

Who wins the battle Puma Vs. Elephant?

Pumas are large cats reaching up to 7 feet long and weighing roughly 150 pounds.

Elephants can grow up to 10 feet long, and at most, they can weigh 14,000 pounds.

Pumas are carnivorous, preying on small to large animals such as deer, rabbits, and elk.

Puma Vs. Elephant: Diet

Elephants are herbivorous and feed on plants, leaves, and bark.

Elephants have large appetites and can consume up to 300 pounds of vegetation daily!

The puma is an apex predator, meaning it can easily take down large prey due to its powerful jaws and sharp claws.

Behavior of Pumas

Pumas are solitary creatures.

The only time they can be spotted in groups is during breeding season or when females raise her cubs.

Elephants, on the other hand, are social animals who live in herds of related females with their young, while males tend not to form bonds with others outside of mating season.

Behavior of Elephants

Elephants are sensitive creatures who express emotions towards one another through vocalizations, touch, or other forms of physical contact

Its incredible agility helps it by allowing it to climb trees, stalk its prey in the shadows, and leap from great heights.

Defence of Pumas

They are equipped with thick skin and long tusks, which they can use to ward off attackers

Defence of Elephants

Elephants also have excellent hearing and sight.

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