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ELEPHANTS' trunks are both strong and delicate. They use them to pull down a tree or take a peanut from a child's hand.
Elephants smell, drink and feed themselves with their trunks. No animal has a better nose, and the elephant depends heavily on its sense of smell.
When an elephant finds food, it lifts it up with its trunk to its mouth. An elephant does not, however, drink through its trunk.
Rather, it sucks up the water through the trunk and then squirts it into its mouth, swallowing with a loud, gurgling sound.
The elephant's trunk has no bones, but 40000 muscles.