Animal Facts

Animal Facts

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9 months ago
Sharks have been on the planet longer than trees.
9 months ago
When a male gentoo penguin "falls in love" with a female penguin, he searches the entire beach to find the perfect pebble to present to her.
9 months ago
Cats sleep for 70% of their lives.
9 months ago
The Jewel Wasp injects a drug into a cockroach’s brain, turns it into a zombie, rides it like a horse back to its burrow, and then lets its hatched larvae feed on the cockroaches body from the inside.
9 months ago
Service dogs are trained to know when they are on duty. When their harness is on, they know they are at work. When you take it off they instantly become playful and energetic.
9 months ago
A new born kangaroo is small enough to fit in a spoon!
9 months ago
Sloths only poop once a week. The event is called 'the poo dance' because they wiggle their butts.
9 months ago
Honeypot ants are a unique insect that use their own bodies as living storage pots of honey.
9 months ago
There's a breed of cat called Munchkin and they have tiny legs.
9 months ago
The human brain is very soft, having a consistency similar to soft gelatin or firm tofu.
9 months ago
Unsinkable Sam (nickname of a German ship's cat) who served on 3 warships, one German, two British, all sank in action. The cat survived each sinking, floating away on wooden planks to rescue.
9 months ago
Macaques monkeys in Japan learned to steal purses and wallets, take out the coins, and use them to buy drinks and snacks from vending machines.
9 months ago
The seahorse is the only fish to have a neck.
11 months ago
Elephants are terrified of Bees and actually have a special, distinct vocalization for “Run away the Bees are angry”
11 months ago
Sifrhippus was a species of horse about the size of an average duck and roamed North America 56 million years ago.
11 months ago
Sergeant Stubby was the only war dog to be promoted to sergeant through combat in WWI. He saved his regiment from surprise mustard gas attacks, found and comforted the wounded, and even once caught a German spy by the seat of his pants, holding him there until American Soldiers found him.
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