Animal Facts

Animal Facts

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2 months ago
In 2011, a male tiger in India adopted a litter of orphaned cubs, taking on the role of ‘mother’. Wildlife officials say such behavior had never been observed before.
2 months ago
Ralph, the world's largest bunny, weighs 55 pounds and eats $90 worth of food a week.
3 months ago
There is a sea snail that wears a suit of iron plated armor. It is the only known animal to use iron sulphide as skeletal material.
3 months ago
Female kangaroos have three vaginas.
3 months ago
Cymothoa exigua is a type of parasite that enters through fish's gills, eats their tongue, and then replaces it.
3 months ago
When a drone bee mates with a queen, its ejaculation is so powerful that it can even be heard by the human ear.
3 months ago
Giant Anteaters' front legs look like a panda. (See Picture)
3 months ago
It takes at least eight bees all their life to make one single teaspoonful of honey.
3 months ago
Travis was a chimpanzee who socialized with humans since birth. He could log onto a computer to look at pictures, watch TV using a remote control, brush his teeth, feed hay to his owner's horses, water plants, and learned the schedule of passing ice cream trucks.
3 months ago
A group of pugs is called a grumble.
3 months ago
Dolphins have names for one another.
3 months ago
An average cat has 1-8 kittens per litter and can have 2-3 litters per year. During her productive life, one female cat could have more than 100 kittens. A single pair of cats and their kittens can produce as many as 420,000 kittens in just 7 years.
3 months ago
In Australia, there are spiders big enough to eat snakes.
3 months ago
The Hercules beetle, despite weighing only 100 grams, can lift 8 kilograms, making it one of the proportionally strongest animals in the world.
3 months ago
A Robo Fish created by researchers at NYU-Poly was left to interact with normal fish. It was accepted by them and soon guided them as a leader.
4 months ago
Caucasian Mountain Dog (aka Russian Bear Dog) males reach over 200lb and have historically been used to hunt bears.
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