One recent afternoon, as Scott and Kat headed up the hill to their house for lunch, they saw Rana in the habitat.
It was a hot, sunny day, and Rana was standing lazily in the sun. There was a water trough within a few steps (which means a hose and spigot were nearby as well). Since Rana is irresistible, Kat and Scott decided to stop and spray her down with the hose to cool her off. This way, she could comfortably stay in the sun for a bit longer since she seemed to be enjoying where she was.
Rana lazily stood there, letting the water run over her and drip down. She held her trunk under her neck, behind her ear, catching the water running down the natural channel formed in that space. When her trunk was full, Rana would spray the water on the far of her body for an even coating. Once she was happily saturated, Kat and Scott left sleepy Rana to enjoy her sunny cat nap.
Photo of a dry, but happy, Rana.