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www.realclearscience.com/blog/2013/10/the-most-amazing...

An elephant's trunk is the most conspicuous part of its body, but gaze upon an elephant skeleton and you'd never realize that such an appendage existed, as there are no bones to mark its presence. A fusion of the nose and upper lip, the trunk is an elephant's most versatile tool, used for breathing ...

www.treehugger.com/animals/10-extraordinary-facts-about...

Amazing secrets of the excellent elephant trunk revealed! We may take the trunk of an elephant for granted, so accustomed are we to seeing these iconic animals with their long agile noses arching ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elephant

With its trunk, an elephant can reach items at heights of up to 7 m (23 ft) and dig for water under mud or sand. Individuals may show lateral preference when grasping with their trunks: some prefer to twist them to the left, others to the right. Elephants can suck up water both to drink and to spray on their bodies.

www.softschools.com/facts/animals/elephant_trunk_snake_facts/965

Elephant trunk snake belongs to a group of non-venomous aquatic snakes. It can be found in warm freshwaters and brackish waters of Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. These snakes live near the coasts of rivers, streams, canals, lagoons and estuaries. Elephant trunk snakes are rarely seen in the ocean. This unusual snake is often on a target of hunters because of its skin ...

greenglobaltravel.com/facts-about-elephants-world-elephant-day

August 12 is World Elephant Day– a day to celebrate one of the planet’s most beloved animals and draw attention to the challenges they face. There are two extremely important facts about Elephants you won’t find in our story below: Populations have declined by 62% over the last decade, with 24,000 African Elephants poached last year alone.

www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/animals/elephant.html

Check out these interesting elephant facts and learn more about the biggest land mammal in the world. Elephants are unique animals that live in parts of Africa and Asia. Scroll down for more information. There are two types of elephant, the Asian elephant and the African elephant (although sometimes ...

www.factslides.com/s-Elephants

With its trunk, an elephant can reach items at heights of up to 7 m (23 ft) and dig for water under mud or sand. Elephants don't like peanuts. An elephant's skin can be up to 1 inch (2.54 centimeters) thick but is so sensitive it can feel a fly landing on it.

list25.com/25-cool-and-absolutely-extraordinary-elephant-facts

African elephants are listed as vulnerable by the International Union for Conservation of Nature, while Asian elephants are classified as endangered. To raise awareness of these beautiful, intelligent, and peaceful mammals, we’ve made a list of 25 Cool And Absolutely Extraordinary Elephant Facts.

www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/a/african-elephant

An elephant's trunk is actually a long nose used for smelling, breathing, trumpeting, drinking, and also for grabbing things—especially a potential meal.

www.petworlds.net/elephant-trunk-snake

Elephant Trunk Snake Facts. Elephant trunk snake shares similarities in look with boa. Unlike boa, head and body of elephant trunk snake square measure equally wide. Elephant trunk snake has loose skin, lined with little, rough scales due to sharp triangular ridges on their surface.