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Fun Fact! #1
The word "alligator" comes from the Spanish word "el lagarto," which means "the lizard."
Fun Fact! #2
Agouti looks like a close relative of guinea pig. It has slender body covered with two-colored, glossy fur.
Fun Fact! #3
Ants are the longest living of all insects, living for up to 30 years.
Fun Fact! #4
Puffins are fab flyers, flapping their wings up to 400 times a minute and speeding through the air at up to 88km an hour. Wow!
Fun Fact! #5
Barn Owls screech – they never hoot (that’s Tawny Owls).
Fun Fact! #6
Badgers are part of the family Mustelidae this is the same family as otters, ferret, polecats, weasels and wolverines.
Fun Fact! #7
Bees are the only insect in the world that make food that people can eat
Fun Fact! #8
Beetles are incredibly versatile and are found nearly everywhere on Earth except for the very cold polar regions.
Fun Fact! #9
Bisons have a thick, brown coat that provides insulation from the cold and moist weather. It prevents melting of the snow and soaking of the skin.
Fun Fact! #10
What really makes Black Mambas a deadly serpent is its speed. It is the fastest known land snake known to mankind. They slither at a speed of 12.5 miles an hour.
Fun Fact! #11
The Black Widow spider is the most poisonous spider in North America, but only the adult female.
Fun Fact! #12
Bunnies eat grass, clovers, wild flowers and farm crops. Bunnies also eat their own poop.
Fun Fact! #13
Butterflies can see red, green, and yellow.
Fun Fact! #14
The word 'camel' comes from an Arabic word: ǧml. This word is literally translated to mean Beauty. Don't ever say that camels are ugly!
Fun Fact! #15
The scientific name for capybara comes from Hydro chaeris, which means "water hog" in Greek.
Fun Fact! #16
Caracal is not afraid to attack animal that is three times bigger of its size.
Fun Fact! #17
Caribou releases special scent when faced with danger. Scent is produced in the gland located in the base of ankles and it informs other caribous about near danger.
Fun Fact! #18
A group of cats is called a “clowder.”
Fun Fact! #19
Centipedes do NOT have one hundred legs.
Fun Fact! #20
Chameleon eyes have a 360-degree arc of vision and can see two directions at once.
Fun Fact! #21
Chickens aren’t completely flightless—they can get airborne enough to make it over a fence or into a tree.
Fun Fact! #22
Chinchilla is nocturnal animal, active from the dusk to the dawn. Night decreases visibility and provides protection against predators.
Fun Fact! #23
The cheetah is the world’s fastest land animal. They can run 70 mph (or 110 kph), which is as fast as cars drive on the highway.
Fun Fact! #24
The clownfish is also known as the anemonefish.
Fun Fact! #25
Cows can’t vomit.
Fun Fact! #26
Even though coyotes look like dogs, they’re wild. If you see one, yell and back away slowly.
Fun Fact! #27
A crab may lose a claw or leg in a fight. In time, the claw or leg grows back.
Fun Fact! #28
The expression "cry crocodile tears" is based on a true fact - crocodiles produce tears when they eat.
Fun Fact! #29
Deers can jump high and swim well.
Fun Fact! #30
Dolphins compared to other animals, dolphins are believed to be very intelligent.
Fun Fact! #31
A donkey will never get involved in an activity if it considers it to be unsafe
Fun Fact! #32
Dragonflies are expert fliers. They can fly straight up and down, hover like a helicopter and even mate mid-air. If they can’t fly, they’ll starve because they only eat prey they catch while flying.
Fun Fact! #33
A common urban legend is that a ducks quack does not echo. This has however, been proven to be false.
Fun Fact! #34
Ducklings first recognize their mother's calling sounds, in their first days after hatching.
Fun Fact! #35
Bald eagles aren’t actually bald.
Fun Fact! #36
Lacking lungs or other specialized respiratory organs, earthworms breathe through their skin.
Fun Fact! #37
Elephants are the largest land animals in the world therefore they are unable to jump.
Fun Fact! #38
The unique sound made by an elk is known as a bark or a bugle.
Fun Fact! #39
Emu is a fast running animal. It can reach 30 miles per hour.
Fun Fact! #40
Doves are often referred to as “A Pigeon with a good PR agent”.
Fun Fact! #41
Erect-crested penguin has spikes on the tongue and back of the mouth which facilitate holding and swallowing of prey in one piece.
Fun Fact! #42
The color pink comes from beta-carotene in the crustaceans and plankton that flamingos eat.
Fun Fact! #43
Flatworms can glide over surfaces, or the underside of a surface film of water, using small body hairs for movement.
Fun Fact! #44
Foxes are generally solitary animals; unlike wolves, they hunt on their own rather than in packs.
Fun Fact! #45
When dogs poop, they prefer to do it in alignment with the Earth's magnetic field. Freya doesn't care about that though.
Fun Fact! #46
A frog completely sheds its skin about once a week. After it pulls off the old, dead skin, the frog usually eats it.
Fun Fact! #47
Giraffes require over 75 pounds of food a day—and with a diet of leaves, this means they spend most of their time eating.
Fun Fact! #48
Goats were one of the first animals to be tamed by humans and were being herded 9,000 years ago.
Fun Fact! #49
Gorillas have unique noseprints, much like human fingerprints, which can be used to identify individuals.
Fun Fact! #50
Grasshoppers can jump about 25cm high and around 1 meter long. If humans could jump as far as grasshoppers do, relative to size, then we could leap more than the length of a football field.
Fun Fact! #51
The grey crowned cranes enjoy dancing.
Fun Fact! #52
Guinea pigs are very social animals and they are much happier when kept in pairs or groups.
Fun Fact! #53
Hamsters can store food in their cheeks, then eat it later!
Fun Fact! #54
A hedgehog has between 5000 and 7000 quills.
Fun Fact! #55
Hermit crabs often exchange and occasionally fight with other hermit crabs to conquer better shells.
Fun Fact! #56
Hippos can’t swim or float! They walk or stand on surfaces below the water like sandbanks. Even so, they spend most of the day in water to protect their sensitive skin from the sun.
Fun Fact! #57
Hornets attack humans in self-defense. Painful sting may end up fatally when person is allergic to the venom. Each hornet can sting couple of times.
Fun Fact! #58
Horses can sleep both lying down and standing up.
Fun Fact! #59
The name ‘Impala’ come from the Zulu language meaning ‘gazelle’.
Fun Fact! #60
The jaguar has a very powerful jaw, its bite exerts more force than that of a lion.
Fun Fact! #61
Some species of jellyfish are immortal.
Fun Fact! #62
Jackals respond only to the sounds produced by the members of their family. They ignore all other calls.
Fun Fact! #63
An Arctic Fox can survive in extremely low temperatures, sometimes reach as low as -58 degrees!
Fun Fact! #64
Vampire bats have small and extremely sharp teeth which are capable of piercing an animal’s skin (humans included) without them even noticing.
Fun Fact! #65
Beavers are slow on land but using their webbed feet, they are very good swimmers. A beaver can stay under water for up to 15 minutes.
Fun Fact! #66
Adult cow males that are not castrated are generally called bulls.
Fun Fact! #67
When chimpanzees are bored, they organize various games to entertain themselves.
Fun Fact! #68
Coelacanths were thought to be extinct until a live one was caught in 1938
Fun Fact! #69
Crows are emotional animals. They react to hunger and invasion by vigorously vocalizing their feelings. They display happiness, anger and sadness.
Fun Fact! #70
Ermine moves in a zigzag manner, bouncing 20 inches from the ground after each leap. It can travel more than 9 miles per night to find food.
Fun Fact! #71
Geese fly in a “V” formation. If one goose is injured, other geese will stay with it until it dies or can rejoin the flock.
Fun Fact! #72
Hawks have excellent eyesight. They can see 8 times better than humans. Eyesight is primarily used for hunting. Hawk can locate its prey from a distance of 100 feet.
Fun Fact! #73
Hummingbirds are the only birds that can fly backwards.
Fun Fact! #74
Spotted hyenas are also known as laughing hyenas. Why? Because these highly intelligent creatures communicate with yells, whoops and cackles – some of which can be heard almost 5km away!
Fun Fact! #75
The King Cobra is the longest venomous snake in the world.
Fun Fact! #76
Kangaroos have very powerful legs and can be dangerous at times.
Fun Fact! #77
Kingfishers have a hard beak like a dagger for spearing fish.
Fun Fact! #78
Kittens can fit their bodies anywhere they can fit their heads
Fun Fact! #79
Koalas eat eucalypt leaves and almost nothing else.
Fun Fact! #80
Komodo dragons often fight with other dragons. They bite each other during the fight, but unlike other animals, they are immune to bacteria from their saliva.
Fun Fact! #81
Ladybugs aren't really bugs. They're beetles!
Fun Fact! #82
The Lemur is a native animal of Madagascar.
Fun Fact! #83
Leopards are great climbers and great swimmers.
Fun Fact! #84
A lion’s roar can be heard from as far as 5 miles away.
Fun Fact! #85
Lizards are reptiles.
Fun Fact! #86
Llamas are known as animals that spit when provoked or threatened. They can spit at humans also, but they usually spit at each other to solve misunderstandings in the group.
Fun Fact! #87
Lynx is not a fast runner. Since it does not chase the prey, it hunts from an ambush and uses the element of surprise.
Fun Fact! #88
Manatees have no natural predators in the wild but humans have played a large part in making all three species at risk of extinction.
Fun Fact! #89
A clan of meerkats will always have one "sentry" on guard to watch out for predators while the others forage for food.
Fun Fact! #90
Groups of monkeys are known as a ‘tribe’, ‘troop’ or ‘mission’.
Fun Fact! #91
Moose have 32 teeth in total. Their front teeth are missing.
Fun Fact! #92
Moths use moon, stars and geomagnetic field to navigate during the flight.
Fun Fact! #93
Mountain goats are not in the same genus as goats. In the bovidae family, mountain goats are associated with antelopes, gazelles and cattle.
Fun Fact! #94
Mice use their whiskers to sense changes in temperature and to help feel the surface they are walking along.
Fun Fact! #95
Musk oxen have two glands under their eyes that produce musk, which is a strong odor.
Fun Fact! #96
Narwhal's tusk can grow to be 10 feet long
Fun Fact! #97
Unlike other cat species, ocelots are not afraid of the water. They are excellent swimmers.
Fun Fact! #98
Octopus have 3 hearts and their blood is blue in color.
Fun Fact! #99
Okapi slightly resembles to zebra because of the stripes, but it shares much more similarities with giraffe. It has long skull, large black eyes and very long, purplish tongue, just like giraffe.
Fun Fact! #100
Orangutans are gentle and sit for hours gazing.
Fun Fact! #101
Orcas ("The Killer Whale") is not a whale. It's a dolphin! And eats sharks!
Fun Fact! #102
The otter is a very playful animal and are believe to take part in some activities just for the enjoyment. Some make waterslides to slide down into the water!
Fun Fact! #103
Owls can rotate their necks 270 degrees. A blood-pooling system collects blood to power their brains and eyes when neck movement cuts off circulation.
Fun Fact! #104
Pandas are BIG eaters – every day they fill their tummies for up to 12 hours, shifting up to 12 kilograms of bamboo!
Fun Fact! #105
Parrots are believed to be one of the most intelligent bird species.
Fun Fact! #106
"Peacock" is commonly used as the name for a peafowl of the pheasant family. But in fact "peacock" is the name for the colorfully plumaged male peafowl only.
Fun Fact! #107
Penguins are flightless birds.
Fun Fact! #108
Pigeons were used as mail carriers during the First and Second World War. They saved numerous lives by delivering information on the enemy's fire.
Fun Fact! #109
Pigs are clean animals. If given sufficient space, they will be careful not to soil the area where they sleep or eat. Pigs don’t “sweat like pigs”; they are actually unable to sweat. They like to bathe in water or mud to keep cool, and they actually prefer water to mud.
Fun Fact! #110
Platypus don't have a stomach.
Fun Fact! #111
Polar bears clean themselves by rolling in the snow.
Fun Fact! #112
Mantids have two eyes,but only one ear.
Fun Fact! #113
Pumas can run up to 80 kph (50 mph) and jump as high as 4.6 meters (15 feet).
Fun Fact! #114
A rabbit’s teeth never stop growing. Fortunately, they’re naturally kept short by the normal wear and tear of chewing. Lots and lots of chewing, that is — about 120 times a minute.
Fun Fact! #115
A raccoon’s hands are so nimble they can unlace a shoe, unlatch a cage and deftly retrieve coins as thin as dimes from your shirt pocket.
Fun Fact! #116
Red Panda's were the inspiration behind the name of an Internet Browser (Mozilla Firefox).
Fun Fact! #117
The name rhinoceros means ‘nose horn’ and is often shortened to rhino.
Fun Fact! #118
Sea lions can dive up to 1,000 feet!
Fun Fact! #119
Sea snakes are very poisonous. Watch out!
Fun Fact! #120
Skunks can spray its oily and smelly substance up to 10 feet distance.
Fun Fact! #121
The speed of snails is around 0.5-0.8 inches per second. If they moved without stopping, it would take more than a week to complete 1 kilometer.
Fun Fact! #122
Snakes can’t bite food so have to swallow it whole.
Fun Fact! #123
A swan will mate for life.
Fun Fact! #124
Tasmanian devil has one of the strongest bites in the animal world.
Fun Fact! #125
Tigers that breed with lions give birth to hybrids known as tigons and ligers.
Fun Fact! #126
A tortoise is a turtle, but a turtle isn't a tortoise.
Fun Fact! #127
The toucan has small wings therefore they are not very good at flying and cannot stay airborne for long.
Fun Fact! #128
Turtles belong to one of the oldest reptile groups in the world – beating snakes, crocodiles and alligators!
Fun Fact! #129
While vultures eat mostly dead animals, they are capable of attacking and will often prey on extremely sick, wounded or infirm prey.
Fun Fact #130
Walruses use their tusks to pull themselves out of the water.
Fun Fact! #131
Weasels sometimes kill more food than they can eat.
Fun Fact! #132
Whales drown if they remain underwater for over 30 minutes.
Fun Fact! #133
Wild boar has long, rubbery snout that is used for digging of underground roots and bulbs
Fun Fact! #134
Wolves run on their toes, which helps them to stop and turn quickly and to prevent their paw pads from wearing down.
Fun Fact! #135
Zebras stand up while sleeping.
Fun Fact! #136
Seagulls are one of the rare animals that are able to drink salt water. They have special glands which eliminate excess salt from the body.
Fun Fact! #137
Male seahorses are the ones who give birth.
Fun Fact! #138
A seal's whiskers help it to detect prey in dark murky waters.
Fun Fact! #139
A shark may lose and grow up to 30 000 teeth in its lifetime.
Fun Fact! #140
Sheep like to stay close to others in a herd which makes them easier to move together to new pastures.
Fun Fact! #141
Snow leopards live in harsh, snowy, rugged alpine regions in central and south Asia. They can be found at elevations between 3,000 to 4,500 metres.
Fun Fact! #142
Most spiders are harmless to humans but a few spider species, such as the black widow, can bite humans and inject venom. Deaths from spider bites are rare however.
Fun Fact! #143
Squirrels may pretend to bury a nut to throw off potential thieves.
Fun Fact! #144
Starfish is a carnivore who likes to eat clams, shells and mussels.
Fun Fact! #145
Stingrays aren't normally aggressive.
Fun Fact! #146
Zebus can be easily recognized by the hump on their back. Besides that, zebus have flap of skin below their lower jaw and drooping ears.
Fun Fact #147
Freya really enjoys her naps.
Fun Fact #148
Freya is actually concerned about stuff in general.
Fun Fact #149
Freya also enjoys stealing rolls of toilet paper. Who doesn't?
Fun Fact #150
The honey badger is a badass, he doesn't care, he'll smash everything that opposes him.