Scientific name: Elephas namadicus (previously also called Palaeoloxodon antiquus).
Height: Approximately 4,0 m.
Weight: 11-15 tons.
Food source: Trees, shrubs, and grass.
Distribution: Europe, Asia Minor, and the Middle East.
Status: Extinct. It lived in the last part of the Quarternary period. There is a 400,000 year old find from the Southern England, and it is believed that the Iberian Peninsula has been their last habitat until about 30,000 years ago. Found in Denmark.