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What is the elephant trunk and what does it do for an elephant?

The elephant trunk is an extremely useful tool that elephants use for a variety of purposes. Elephants are one of the few animals in the world to have evolved specialized appendages, and their trunks are no exception. Trunks can be used as weapons, trumpets, snorkels, or scoops to pick up various things from the ground. The trunk has over 100,000 muscles in it!

What is the purpose of the elephant’s trunk?

The elephant’s trunk is part of the upper lip and nose of the elephant. The trunk functions as an arm, leg, nose, and mouth. With this appendage, elephants can move both food to their mouths while standing or sitting on the ground. The trunk also helps them remove dirt and mud from themselves by scooping it up in the end of it like a broom.

Where is the trump of the elephant?

The trunk of an elephant is the nose and upper lip. It has two nostrils that run through the whole trunk.

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What do elephants eat?

What and how much does an elephant eat?

Elephants eat a variety of different foods, depending on the region and season. In the dry seasons they will often resort to eating bark from trees, which is not as nutritious but can still provide some sustenance. In wetter regions there are more options for food and elephants will consume an assortment of vegetables, roots and fruit. They also enjoy grasses in their diet when available.

Elephants require about 70 to 100 litres of water daily, but may consume up to 150 litres. A male elephant can drink up to 200 liters of water in a few minutes!

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FAQ about Elephants

Here you’ll find some amazing answers to all your burning questions about this fantastic animal.