The sites below have been hand-picked as sources for researching information about elephants, both African elephants and Indian elephants. These can be useful for doing papers for school or simply as resources for learning more about these wonderful animals!
African Elephant Learning Zone
Information about African elephants including facts, pictures and an African Elephant puzzle.
Asian Elephant Learning Zone
Information about Asian elephants including facts, pictures and an Asian Elephant puzzle.
Living with Elephants Foundation
Living With Elephants (LWE) is a federally registered non-profit organization in Botswana which explores the relationship between the African Elephant and people, with an emphasis on research and educational programs aimed at reducing conflict between the two species.
Dr Sue's Elephant Information
Fun facts about elephants.
Elephant Information Repository
The focus of this site is to share some of the amazing stories, facts, and characteristics of the largest land mammal still in existence today. The goal of this page is to prevent needless suffering, to ultimately save the elephant beyond being caged for our entertainment, and to educate people beyond our generally narrow understanding of elephants.
Save the Elephants
It is our mission to secure a future for elephants and to sustain the beauty and ecological integrity of the places where they live; to promote man's delight in their intelligence and the diversity of their world, and to develop a tolerant relationship between the two species
A light hearted site that is especially good for children. Elephant cartoons, activities, downloads and more.
Born Free Foundation- Elephant Project
Thanks to Elefriends there is hope for elephants everywhere, from the lonely elephant locked away in a zoo or mistreated in a circus, to wild elephants persecuted by poachers or threatened by loss of habitat
The Elephant Sanctuary in Hohenwald
A natural habitat refuge, located in Tennessee, where sick, old and needy elephants once again can walk the earth in peace and dignity. The nation's only natural-habitat refuge developed to meet the needs of endangered Asian elephants.
Sounds of the World's Animals: Elephant
Elephants make much the same sounds around the world, but each language expresses them differently. This site lists the way that elephant sounds are pronounced in several different languages. Includes an audio clip of what an elephant really sounds like!