At around the age of 10-12 yrs the female African elephant will be ready to reproduce, and, unlike other animals, they will conceive throughout the year though only giving birth every 3-6 years not least because they carry their young inside for 22 months (nearly two years!) Life for a baby African elephant is filled with plenty of new experiences. They are constantly learning from their mother and others of the herd. Baby elephants are also very playful and love to play with each other. They will often trumpet (make a noise that sounds like a trumpet) and flap their ears when they are happy or excited. For the first few months, the babies stay very close to their mothers for food, warmth and support. African elephant calves are born after a gestation period of up to nearly two years and are cared for by their mother and other young females in the group. The baby elephant, once born, will soon lose contact with its father who has long since gone to search for another mate and will stay with its mother until puberty when it will then seek the company of other males. In this baby elephant game you have to imagine that the baby elephant has lost its mother and it's your job to feed the growing animal. Keep an eye out for the food the baby elephant craves then ensure it is fed when hungry. If you fail to meet its dietary needs you'll lose points.
Play free traditional Africa games online including Mancala and Yote and see how creative Africa kids are.
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puzzle and fun games online all
with an Africa theme.
A number of Africa map games
testing your knowledge about the
countries of Africa.