Asian elephants are from The Wild Thornberrys TV Series.

In Reality

Asian elephants can grow 10 feet tall and weigh up to 10,000 pounds. They have smaller ears than Afican elephants. Most of the year, the elephant cows and calves hang out together while the males are on their own until mating season. Then two elephant bulls fight over mating with a female. Like the African elephant, Asian elephants love water. Sometimes they bathe three or four times a day. All elephants use their trunks for picking up things, pointing at things, eating, spraying water, trumpeting, and breathing. The main enemies of Asian elephant calves are tigers.

In The Wild Thornberrys

In Rebel Without a Trunk

Eliza succumbs to peer pressure from Rosy, a "teenage" elephant, who gets in the way of her closeness with Marianne on an overnight trip.