The african elephants is now confined........ Central africa.​

2 Answer

  • Explanation:

    • The elusive relative of the African savanna elephant is the African forest elephant.
    • They live in the tropical woods of central and western Africa.
    • African elephants can be found in savannas, highlands, and deserts in addition to their preferred environment of tropical forests.
    • There are 23 nations where African savanna elephants may be found, and they inhabit a range of habitats, including open and forested savannas, some deserts, and woodlands.
    • The countries of Southern and Eastern Africa, including Botswana, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Kenya, Namibia, Zambia, and South Africa, have the largest populations.
    • There are just 415,000 elephants left in Africa as of right now.
    • Elephant poaching is on the decline, with notable drops in East Africa, yet it still pushes the species dangerously close to extinction.


  • Complete question:

    The African elephants are now confined........ Central Africa.​ (Add preposition)


    The suitable preposition is "To"

    The African elephants are now confined to Central Africa.​    


    • The connection/link between the nouns and the other elements of a sentence is indicated by the linker words called prepositions.
    • The relationship of time between the nouns and the other parts in a sentence is expressed by prepositions of time.    
    • The simple and single word preposition 'To' is known as the preposition of time, most often used when indicating that there is movement from one location to another.

    "To" as a preposition: destination or direction

    • We use "to" as a preposition to indicate a destination or location/place or direction.
    • This means as a preposition it is used to indicate the place, person, or thing that someone or something moves toward, or the direction of something. It marks the limit/restriction or an ending point.

    Therefore, the suitable preposition to be filled in the blank is "to".


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