How much can an elephant lift?


Date: 1996-05-29 from John Antioco in

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How much weight can an elephant lift?

Answer

With their trunk, about 200-400 kgs, depending on size of the elephant. If a leather string is attached to a log, they can bite it between their molar teeth, and lift over 500 kgs, using their body weight, leaning backwards.

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