Not Available In StoresDo you or your friends love elephants and hot drinks? If you said yes, this coffee mug would be the perfect gift for them, and for you! Read the beautiful message that's imprinted on this Elephant Mug!
This one of kind Elephant Mug, with a message on it that we all need to hear, receives many compliments. Our customers just love it and you will too! Enjoy your coffee or latte while sipping out of it. Show it off to your friends!
Never run out of your favorite hot drink! Durable ceramic mug in always fashionable black color. High quality sublimation printing makes it an appreciated gift to every true coffee or tea lover, who always asks for a refill.
- Black ceramic
- 11 oz (0.33 l)
- Rounded corners
FuN FAcTs About Elephants:
The Asian elephant appears in various religious traditions and mythologies. They are treated positively and are sometimes revered as deities, often symbolizing strength and wisdom. The Asian elephant is the largest land mammal on the Asian continent. They inhabit dry to wet forest and grassland habitats in 13 range countries spanning South and Southeast Asia. While they have preferred forage plants, Asian elephants have adapted to surviving on resources that vary based on the area.
Asian elephants are extremely sociable, forming groups of six to seven related females that are led by the oldest female, the matriarch. Like African elephants, these groups occasionally join others to form larger herds, although these associations are relatively short-lived. In Asia, elephant herd sizes are significantly smaller than those of savanna elephants in Africa.
More than two-thirds of an elephant's day may be spent feeding on grasses, but it also eats large amounts of tree bark, roots, leaves, and small stems. Cultivated crops such as bananas, rice, and sugarcane are favorite foods. Elephants are always close to a source of fresh water because they need to drink at least once a day.
In Asia, humans have had close associations with elephants over many centuries, and elephants have become important cultural icons. According to Hindu mythology, the gods (deva) and the demons (asura) churned the oceans in a search for the elixir of life so that they would become immortal. As they did so, nine jewels surfaced, one of which was the elephant. In Hinduism, the powerful deity honored before all sacred rituals is the elephant-headed Lord Ganesha, who is also called the Remover of Obstacles.
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