What Would Be Able To Kɪʟʟ This Animal Weighing More Than 6 Tons?

Elephants are one of the most powerful and the largest land animal on Earth. Elephants are also known for their impenetrable skin, their deadly tusks and yes, sometimes even their speed! While they won’t outrun a cheetah any time soon, all things combined, these creatures have more than enough to make sure no predator can get the jump on them. So what animals will be able to defeat this giant?

7. Tigers

A tiger would seek to kill an elephant

Tigers, unlike some other predatory mammals, do not move or hunt in packs. Instead, they are solitary. When they hunt, they stealthily stalk their prey. They then pounce when they are close enough and the prey is far away enough from others of their kind. Hunting is done once every eight or nine days. When they eat meat, they need to eat about 18kg to last them until the next hunt. It makes sense as to why a tiger would seek to Kɪʟʟ an elephant. However, due to the danger of being trampled to death, a tiger tends to go for the very young, sick, or old. As it does with other prey, it bites the elephant’s neck to Kɪʟʟ it.

6. Crocodiles

Elephant “fished” crocodile while drinking water

Elephants are the largest and most difficult to eat crocodile species. The size difference between elephants and crocodiles is quite large, so the elephant can easily escape when attacked by crocodiles. Elephants will often drink water in rivers and lakes and that is also the time when crocodiles easily attack them. Crocodiles will attack and bite the trunk of the elephant. With a large body weighing 6 tons, elephants will escape, but the consequences can cause them to lose their lives. When the elephant’s trunk is lost, it will have difficulty drinking water and even breathing problems. These will be the factors that kill an elephant. So crocodiles are also animals capable of Kɪʟʟing an adult elephant.

5. Lions

The lions are enjoying their spoils

An elephant would win in an elephant vs lion fight. A single lion does not pose much of a threat to a fully grown elephant. The elephant is simply too large for the lion to handle. The only way it could win a fight is if it managed to bite and claw the elephant all over and make it bleed to death.
An elephant will either flip a lion over and then stomp it to death or use a tusk (if available) to impale the large cat. A lion is large, but it can’t deal with 20 times its own weigh being pushed into its body by a rampaging beast.
Multiple lions can Kɪʟʟ an elephant, or a large lion can Kɪʟʟ a young elephant. However, there is no competition between an elephant and a lion in a one-on-one setting.

4. Rhinos


The rhinoceros is another member of the Big Five, although it is not nearly as large or heavy as an elephant. However, it makes up for the difference between pure aggression and other traits. Because they often live in the same areas, they tend to fight over territory, with the elephant winning the most. An elephant weighs about six tons and is 12 feet tall, while the rhino weighs two tons and is six feet tall. On the other hand, it is also twice as fast as an elephant and is able to strike with its horn, which is sharp enough to penetrate an elephant’s thick, tough skin and deliver a blow serious enough to Kɪʟʟ it.

3. Hyenas

The hyenas took down an elephant

Hyenas are much smaller and don’t have much in the way of armed attacks against elephants, so it’s easy to assume there’s no way these animals could attack, much less kill an elephant. But what they lack in size and Kɪʟʟing power against large prey, they make up for in wits. As with defeating buffalo, hyenas attack in packs to Kɪʟʟ baby elephants or can simply eat them alive. It is easiest to Kɪʟʟ an elephant if it is stuck in a mud pit, or if a baby elephant is away from its mother.

2. Other elephants

Mating season is a dangerous time for male elephants who become incredibly angry at each other and will fight to the death.

It is rare for an elephant to Kɪʟʟ another elephant, but it can certainly be done. Mating season is a dangerous time for male elephants who become incredibly angry at each other and will fight to the death. They will even attack family members, including their own calves, while their hormones are out of control. This usually only occurs in areas where elephants feel crowded or where resources are scarce.

1. Snakes

One might think a giant snake such as a reticulated python or anaconda would be likely to defeat an elephant, but that’s not true. Neither of them has the strength to Kɪʟʟ elephants. This is where the king cobra comes in. It is not likely to waste its venom on offensively attacking animals that are not its prey, but it will bite anyone that disturbs its territory. In doing so, it releases venom that is enough to Kɪʟʟ even a full-grown elephant. If it bites an elephant’s trunk, which is where the skin is most thin, the elephant is sure to Ԁɪᴇ.
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