Borneo Pygmy Elephant (Elephas maximus borneensis)

Scaled collection of drawings of Borneo Pygmy Elephant in front and side poses

In the northeast of Borneo, Indonesia, and Malaysia, the Borneo elephant, also called the Borneo Pygmy Elephant (Elephas Maximus Borneensis), is a subspecies of the Asian elephant. The Borneo Pygmy Elephant is the smallest Asian elephant subspecies in size, and are baby-faced with oversized ears, plump bellies and tails that are so long they drag on the floor when they are walking. They are also gentler than their counterparts in the Asian elephants, even with their straight tusks. Their habitat consists of forests and open grasslands and with their small-long trunks, It makes gathering fruits, leaves, and grass useful.

Pair of elevation illustrations of the Borneo Pygmy Elephant seen from the side and back

Borneo Pygmy Elephants have a typical shoulder height between 8.17’-9.83’ (2.5-3 m), body length of 10.17’-12.47’ (3.1-3.8 m), and width of 3.94’-5.25’ (1.2-1.6 m). The typical weight of the Borneo Pygmy Elephant is in the range of 6,000-10,000 (2,720-4,535 kg). Borneo Pygmy Elephants have lifespans between 55-70 years.

Details

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Height:
8.17’-9.83’ | 2.5-3 m
Width:
3.94’-5.25’ | 1.2-1.6 m
Depth:
Length:
10.17’-12.47’ | 3.1-3.8 m
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Weight:
6,000-10,000 | 2,720-4,535 kg
Area:
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Scientific Name:
Elephas maximus borneensis
Lifespan:
55-70 years

Properties

Drawings include:

Borneo Pygmy Elephant side elevation, front, back,

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Elephants are the largest existing land mammals and can be found in Africa and Asia. Elephants used to be a common animal, but their species have been severely depleted due to poaching for their ivory tusks. Female elephants live in groups while males tend to live alone until mating season.

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