Elephant Trunk Snake

The elephant trunk snake (Acrochordus javanicus) is a non-venomous aquatic snake found in Asia and Australia.

The snake is mostly found around the seaside. Elephant trunk snakes may reach a length of eight feet and are known for their loose skin and elephant trunk-like appearance.

Elephant trunk snakes require a lot of attention. They are prone to stress and are uncontrollable. Because most trunk snakes are collected in the wild

The elephant trunk snake (Acrochordus javanicus) is a species found in Asia and Australia. This aquatic snake is found along the shore and thrives in warm, brackish water.

Elephant trunk snakes are usually found in blackwater habitats and thrive in shallow water where they may locate food and refuge more easily.

Elephant trunk snakes are hunted in the wild by hunters. They are prized for their skin and flesh. The snake’s population has declined due to habitat destruction.

Wild elephant trunk snakes, on the other hand, are still common. These snakes are not considered endangered by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).

Elephant trunk snakes are brown in colour with a pale yellow ventral stripe (belly). An elephant trunk snake’s skin is loose, baggy, and wrinkled.

Elephant trunk snakes are muscular and have a short tail. Their body is the same breadth as their head, which is large and snouted.