Elephants typically have grey skin, but African elephants look brown or reddish after wallowing in coloured mud. Asian elephants have some patches of depigmentation, particularly on the forehead and ears and the areas around them. An elephant uses mud as a sunscreen, protecting its skin from ultraviolet light. Although tough, an elephant's skin is very sensitive. Without regular mud baths to protect it from burning, insect bites and moisture loss, an elephant's skin suffers serious damage.
Hamburger Steaks and Gravy--I guess if you wanted, you could call these Salisbury Steaks (without the mushrooms). Sometimes folks refer to them as the poor man's steak. Such a simple and satisfying meal (and easy on the wallet). I like to serve this with buttered noodles.