The do not drink water through their nose (trunk). They suck water up the trunk and then put their trunk in their mouths and squirt the warer out of the trunk into their mouths to drink.
an elephant fills its trunk with water and then it put its trunk in its mouth and drinks the water.
Yes they are.
it sucks it up its trunk, and drinks it or when its hot, they splash it over themselves with their trunk An elephant does not drink the water through its trunk though, they blow the water back out of their trunk and into their mouths. The trunk is actually a combination of upper lip and nose. If an elephant actually sucked the water all of the way into its nose through its trunk, it would have the same reflex that we have when we suck water into our nose.
It can take some water up into it's trunk, and then uses the trunk to put the water into its mouth,
Most likely it is coming in throgh the trunk seal. On a dry day wash your car and then open the trunk and see if the trunk seal is wet and there is a trail of water entering the trunk
The Woolly Mammoth used its trunk for picking up food and water.
An elephant's trunk holds about 15 gallons of water.
Bad seal around trunk
A bad trunk seal weatherstrip.
An elephant's trunk can hold up to 8.5 litres(2.2 gallons) of water.
My 72 Impala's trunk will fill with water because the rear window seal leaks My 72 Impala's trunk will fill with water because the rear window seal leaks
My trunk is leaking. If it's raining, water come in when I open the trunk to load groceries or whatever.
my integra was getting a lot of water in the trunk because of the taillights so check those
Have you checked the Gasket that goes around the Trunk opening?
it can carry 10 and a half gallons in its trunk
Yes and no - though water never enters the crew compartment, there are accesses known as escape trunks that are primarily designed for escape use by crews of a sunken submarine. However, they're also used for exit/entry by rescue divers/crew or SEAL teams. Each trunk has an outer and an inner hatch; the space between hatches is used to let water in to flood the trunk and to equalize the pressure to the surrounding sea pressure, in order to allow opening of the outer hatch. The trunk is accessed from the pressure hull (crew compartment) via the inner hatch, and then the inner hatch is sealed. The trunk is then flooded until the pressure is equalized, and then the occupants exit. After the occupants have exited and closed the outer hatch, the trunk is emptied of water using high pressure air. Once it's purged of water, the air pressure inside the trunk is then equalized with the air pressure inside the crew compartment, so the inner hatch can be opened again and the process restarted.
elephants use their trunks for many things. the main things are to : - reach up into trees and get leaves. - when they are eating or drinking water they get the food/water with their trunk and hold it with their trunk then they scoop it into their mouth.
I pulled out all the little rubber plugs on the trunk lid. Problemed solved.
The can holder or the trunk.
The elephant "swallows" the water in its trunk and then stretches its trunk over its back and sprays it all over himself.
elephants use their trunk to spray water over their body to keep cool and to drink water and they sometimes bath with their trunk
wrench size 10mm and if your battery died and you cant open the trunk, you have to enter the trunk through the back seat and pull the safety nop to the left. there is a positive anode under the hood on the passengers side the jump will give you enough juice for the trunk button to open the trunk.