I believe elephants have toes, not hooves. In any case, slaughtering an elephant in a Kosher manner would be so difficult that it's impractical.
It happens here in Tanzania if an elephant wanders into a populated area, they shoot it and distribute the meat to everyone who's around at the time. It's very exciting for everyone. Hippos too.
I put "how does the elephant eat" since I never imagined the sentence would be this disturbing lol
I agree, but that would be איך אוכל הפיל The plural אוכלים tells you that elephant can't be the subject.
Sometimes you have no choice. My grandfather ate horse I'm told while running from the Nazis.
This is a common phrase/riddle in America. It means, "How do you efficiently tackle a very large problem?" The response is: "One bite at a time," meaning "By breaking it down into manageable steps."
You can definitely eat Elephant meat in South Africa at a restaurant, not all restaurants of course.
You can eat alligator in Florida. I'm sure there's a safari restaurant somewhere.
Yes. The funny/weird ones are where you will learn better the individual words.
Why do you not need a אתם in front of אוכלים? I thought pronouns had to be explicitly stated in a sentence, don't they?