Elephants are the largest existing land-living animals. There are three species of elephants that are specified yet, namely, The African Bush Elephant, The African forest elephants, and the Asian Elephants. They are considered to be the only surviving family from the group of Proboscidea. Male elephants leave their family when they reach puberty; they live alone afterward or with other adult males. They can live upto 70 years in the wild. The biggest threat to the elephants in the ivory trade, because of which they are considered vulnerable. They are also considered as part of regions mainly Hindu religion.