Arkansas’ priciest home lists near Fayetteville football stadium
Football fanatics — specifically, those who are dedicated to the University of Arkansas Razorbacks (go Hogs!) — may want to take a look at the state’s priciest home. The compound at 400-410 North Oliver Road sits directly across the street from the team’s home stadium, Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium and is listed for $12 million, making it the priciest property currently listed for sale in the state, according to Dirt. The current owners bought
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The African elephant is the world's largest land mammal, with males on average measuring up to 3m high and weighing up to 6 tonnes. Males only reach their full size at 35-40 years and a lifespan up to 60-70 years.
Elephant tusks are actually enlarged incisor teeth that first appear when elephants are around 2 years old. Tusks continue growing throughout their lives; used to help with feeding prising bark off trees, digging up roots, as a defence when fighting
African Elephants are constantly eating; Elephants need up to 150kg of food per day, that's around 375 tins of baked beans although half of this may leave the body undigested.
African Elephants have around 150,000 muscle units in their trunk. Their trunks are perhaps the most sensitive organ found in any mammal. Elephants use their trunks to suck up water to drink. They also use their trunks as a snorkel when swimming.