Human Age to Elephant Years Calculator

This free online tool converts your age into Elephant years based on your DOB. Just enter your date of birth and find out how old you would be if you were a Elephant.

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Some information about Elephants

Elephant is a huge land animal. It is the largest mammal living on land. It is an animal of Elephantidae family and Proboscidea family. Today only two species survive in the family Elephantidae: Elephas and Loxodonta. The third species 'mammoth' has become extinct. Three species of the two living species are recognized: two species of the genus Loxodonta - the African open plains elephant and African jungle elephant and the Indian or Asian elephant of the genus Elephas. Although some researchers consider the two African races to be the same, others consider the West African elephant to be a fourth species.

Today the elephant is the largest animal on land. The gestation period of an elephant is 22 months, which is the longest among land animals. At birth, an elephant baby weighs about 104 kg. Elephants usually live 50 to 70 years, although the longest recorded elephant is 82 years. The largest elephant ever recorded was killed in Angola in 1955. The male weighed about 10,900 kg and had a shoulder height of 3.96 m, which is about a meter more than a typical African elephant. The smallest elephants in history were found on the Greek island of Crete and were the size of a cow's calf or a boar. Elephants are considered a symbol of intelligence in Asian civilizations and are famous for their memory and intelligence, where their intelligence is considered equal to that of dolphins. Observations have shown that elephants have no natural predators, although groups of lions have been observed hunting cubs. Now it is in danger due to human intervention and poaching.

Elephant body

Asian elephants are pale gray in colour, and have poor pigmentation only in the ears and trunk. Large males usually weigh 5,000 kg but are as tall as Sri Lankan elephants. The Sumatran elephant has less pigmentation than other Asian elephants and only has pink spots on the ears.


The trunk is the junction of the elephant's nose and its upper lip, and due to its length, it has become the most important and efficient part of the elephant. African elephants have two finger-like bulges at the end of their trunk, while Asian elephants have only one bulge.

On the one hand, the trunk of an elephant is so sensitive that it can lift even a straw of grass and on the other hand it is strong enough to uproot even the branches of a tree. Most of the herbivorous animals have such a structure of teeth that they can cut different parts of the plant. Whereas the elephant first tears the food with its trunk and then delivers that morsel to its mouth.

He grazes grass with the help of trunk or plucks leaves, fruits or entire branches from the tree above. If the food on the tree is out of reach of its trunk, the elephant wraps its trunk around the branch and wiggles vigorously so that the fruit drips down or sometimes the whole tree is uprooted. The elephant also uses the trunk to drink water. The elephant first draws about 14 liters of water into its trunk at a time and then pours it into its mouth.


The elephant's teeth are its second upper penetrating tooth. The ivory teeth continue to grow throughout the life of the elephant. The ivory of an adult male grows at a rate of 18 cm in about a year.


Elephant's skin is very thick. The skin of an elephant is up to 2.5 cm thick. Most of its body is very hard. However, the skin around the mouth and the inside of the ear is noticeably thinner. In general, the skin of an Asian elephant has more hair than its African relative. This difference is more visible in young elephants. The skin of Asian cubs is usually covered with brown hairs. With age, the hair starts decreasing along with becoming darker in color but they remain in his head and tail forever.


The structure of elephant's feet is like thick pillars. Elephants require less muscular power to stand because of their straight legs and large padded feet. For this reason, elephants can stand for long periods of time without getting tired. In fact, African elephants are rarely seen lying down, usually only when they are sick or injured. In contrast, Asian elephants often prefer to lie down.

Elephant's feet are almost round. African elephants have three nails on their hind toes and four on their front feet. Indian elephants have four nails on each hind toe and five nails on each front foot. Underneath the bones of the foot is a hard, mucous material that acts as a cushion or shocker. The leg swells with the weight of the elephant, but it becomes the same after the weight is removed. For this reason, the elephant can easily pull out its legs even after getting deep in the wet soil.

Human Years to Elephant Age Chart:

Human to Elephant years calculator: How old am I in Elephant years? A human's 1 year is equal to about 0.97 years of a Elephant's lifespan. We've created an easy-to-understand chart that shows your age by converting it to a Elephant's age.

Human Age Elephant Years
1 Year 0 Year, 11 Months, 5 Days.
2 Years 1 Year, 10 Months, 10 Days.
3 Years 2 Years, 9 Months, 18 Days.
4 Years 3 Years, 8 Months, 23 Days.
5 Years 4 Years, 7 Months, 28 Days.
6 Years 5 Years, 7 Months, 2 Days.
7 Years 6 Years, 6 Months, 7 Days.
8 Years 7 Years, 5 Months, 12 Days.
9 Years 8 Years, 4 Months, 17 Days.
10 Years 9 Years, 3 Months, 22 Days.
20 Years 18 Years, 7 Months, 17 Days.
30 Years 27 Years, 11 Months, 8 Days.
40 Years 37 Years, 3 Months, 4 Days.
50 Years 46 Years, 6 Months, 25 Days.
60 Years 55 Years, 10 Months, 20 Days.
70 Years 65 Years, 2 Months, 12 Days.
80 Years 74 Years, 6 Months, 7 Days.
90 Years 83 Years, 9 Months, 29 Days.
100 Years 93 Years, 1 Month, 24 Days.

Some interesting facts about Elephants:

Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Proboscidea
Family: Elephantidae
Subfamily: Elephantinae

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