How does elephants living in the tropical rainforest adapt themselves?

Elephants surviving in the tropical rainforest adapt themselves through the following features:

(i) They possess a trunk to hold and grip food. Through the trunk, they put the food into their mouths.

(ii) They also possess a trunk to smell the food.

(iii) Elephants possess long ears to maintain coolness inside the body during the hot and humid atmosphere.


In tropical rain forests, environmental conditions such as hot and humid atmospheres, excessive rainfall, abundant light, and appropriate moisture are responsible for the growth of animals and plants. It brings enormous diversity to the forests. 

The areas of the Earth that are roughly in the middle of the planet are known as the tropics or tropical zones. It is located between the Tropics of Cancer in the Northern Hemisphere and the Tropic of Capricorn, which contains the Equator, in the Southern Hemisphere.


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Updated on: 09-Jan-2023


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