Animal Facts

Animal Facts

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7 months ago
There's a rare breed of pig that looks like a sheep.
7 months ago
A scorpion can hold its breath for up to 6 days.
7 months ago
A zoo in China gave a gay penguin couple the opportunity to raise a chick.
7 months ago
Nervous dogs wag their tails to the left, and happy dogs to the right (from the dog’s point of view) – and fellow canines pick up on this lop-sided tail language.
7 months ago
Crows living in some urban areas drop nuts into traffic to let the passing cars crush them, then they wait for the red lights to stop the traffic so they can grab and eat it.
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Cows as they are today never existed in the wild and were domesticated from aurochs some 10,500 years ago.
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The reindeer is the only mammal that can see UV light.
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There’s a bonobo named Kanzi who has learned to build a campfire and cook his own food.
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George, the world's largest dog, weighed 233 pounds, stood at 43 inches tall from paw to shoulder, and ate 180 pounds of food a month.
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Dolphins can rapidly heal from extreme injuries, such as shark bites, and regenerate their original body shape.
7 months ago
Baby rabbits are called kittens.
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There’s a rare breed of chicken called Ayam Cemani that’s completely black. They have black plumage, legs, nails, beak, and even black meat, bones, and a black tongue!
7 months ago
Rex the German Shepherd was a rescue dog with a bad temper. He refused to be fed by humans and would attack strangers, but he’s a changed dog after falling in love with Geraldine the goose!
7 months ago
Christmas Island has bridges for crabs to stop them getting run over during the mass migration.
8 months ago
Cats are one of the only animals to domesticate themselves and approach humans on their own terms.
8 months ago
The head of a jellyfish is called the "Bell."
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