Proboscis Monkey

Proboscis Monkey

This monkey has a long, bulbous nose. Males' noses can reach 17 centimetres. Males' bigger noses provide them an advantage when seeking mates.


Nasal trunk. Tapirs don't utilise their noses for vision. Near-blind, yet they have good hearing. This helps them find food and predators. Tapirs use their snouts as snorkels.


Elephant trunks perform complex tasks. 7-foot, 400-pound trunks. Like the Tapir, its nose has a lip-nose. They sniff foliage and carry logs. Long nostrils scrape flies.


Sawfish noses aren't big. Chainsaw-like. Strange-looking. Their nostrils help them find food. They sniff the ocean floor for food.

Domestic Pig

This tamed animal for meat production is called a pig. Their huge nostrils, like other creatures in this article, help them smell. Pigs are smarter than most people think.


The multicoloured Mandrill is the world's largest monkey. Its genitalia are blue. Scarlet, pink, purple, red. They prefer forests and aren't picky eaters.

 Longnose Gar

Big nosed fish. It's an ocean veteran. Large noses mean this mammal has few predators, but birds sometimes hunt it. Long, sharp teeth line its beak-like nose.

South American Coati

South American Coatis have the biggest noses. Despite being linked with bears, their noses are distinct. They live in trees and consume leaves.

Elephant Seal

Elephant seals have trunk-like noses. They don't have elephant-like nostrils. Elephant Seals utilise their noses to deter rivals. Between 3 and 5, this nose grows.

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