Why does the adjective here come before the noun? In Portuguese don't most adjectives come after the noun?
Before or after, it's your choice. Sometimes they change meanings depending on the placement, but not here.
FOR SURE, It can also be - O ELEFANTE PEQUENO NÃO COME BEM.
Why did not accepted elefantinho?
Is it wrong to use "bom" here?
I never know when to use "bem, bom or boa".
Bom and boa mean good (masculine & feminin).
Bem means well
thanks, very useful^^
I can use for elefante pequeno the term elefantinho too
O elephante não se come bom is correct also