Do Elephants have Emotions
Have you ever seen elephants holding trunks or putting them in each other’s mouths? This is one of a couple of reasons I think elephants have emotions. Elephants care for each other and they comfort one another.
First, elephants comfort each other when they are sad. They calm each other by locking trunks or putting their trunks in the other elephant’s mouths.
Another reason is elephants have one of the greatest memories and care deeply for each other. After 20 years of not seeing each other elephants will still remember each other. This happened to two elephants named Shirley and Jenny. They bent metal bars that were separating them to get closer together.
Elephants care for each other. Shirley and Jenny were the closest things to family they ever had. They give each other baths. They snuggled with each other. They also comfort one another.
Finally, I think elephants have emotions. Just like humans. Elephants comfort each other. They also have great memories so they always remember each other and how they feel about one another. They help each other when they sad. Do you think elephants have emotions? If you don’t think about Shirey and Jenny? How they played with each other and loved each other. I think elephants have emotions. How about you?