WHAT KIND OF FOOD IS USED TO FEED ELEPHANTS IN ELEPHANT SANCTUARY.
In an elephant sanctuary, elephants primarily eat grass and various types of leaves, irrespective of their taste being sweet or sour, to stimulate their appetite for other foods. Examples of such grasses include Napier grass and Bana grass. These grasses offer a sweet taste and provide ample nutrients. Additionally, elephants consume fruits, particularly bananas, sugarcane, and watermelon, which serve as supplementary food. The supplementary food may also comprise sticky rice and tamarind, which contain a sugar mixture to enhance sweetness and further delight the elephants.