Elephants are the titans of land animals on earth and the last remaining representatives of the proboscidean family. They reach shoulder heights of 2.1 to 3.7 meters. It seems all the more remarkable that the pachyderms leave hardly any tracks in the sand and literally walk on "silent soles". This is due to the fact that elephants only weigh 80 grams per square centimeter on the soles of their feet.
There is something else that makes these animals, which are still so little studied, remarkable: their trunk. It consists of 40,000 muscles. Elephants smell, feel, touch, carry, eat and pull with this highly sensitive sensory organ. It is also used as a weapon and can lift up to 350 kilograms. The trunk manages to suck in up to eight liters of water in one go. The elephant squirts it back into its mouth to drink or blows it over its back to cool and refresh itself in hot weather.
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