Do elephants survive with just a little sleep?
Despite extraordinary measures set up to help protect the species, elephant population is still dwindling in Central Africa.
Wildlife activists just had another reason to rally.
Feeling the danger around them, elephants are currently looking for protection in Botswana.
Researchers from the University of Punjab in Pakistan have unearthed a 1.1-million-year-old stegodon tusk.
Scientists have explored the lifetime reproductive patterns in African elephants in order to better understand how these creatures age and what characteristics they develop.
Elephants may be keeping up with their social networks despite being hunted. Scientists have found that while these animals are under pressure, they still have rich social networks among groups.
Adding fossils into the picture can widen our understanding of evolution and how it influenced various species for millions of years and even living species.
Archaeologists have uncovered a new Lower Paleolithic elephant butchering site in Greece.
There may be a new method to repair elephant tusks. A new resin is replacing the metal ring typically used to prevent cracks from furthering down an elephant's tusk.
Elephants use their trunks to reach hard-to-get food by blasting air through the appendage, according to a recent study.