facts about animals

INTERSTING FACTS ABOUT ANIMALS

Today in this topic we will talk about some interesting facts about animals.

  • The leg bones of bats are so thin that out of 1,200 species of bats, only 2 species (Vampire bat, Burrowing bat) can walk on the ground.
  • The heart of a shrimp is located in its head.
  • Most elephants weigh less than the Blue Whale’s tongue.
  • A caterpillar has 248 muscles in its head.
  • Stag’s milk has more fat than cow’s milk.
  • A snail can sleep for three years.
  • An elephant can smell the essence of water from 3 miles away.
  • If you sprinkle alcohol on a scorpion, it will go mad and kill itself.
  • The mantis shrimp has the world’s fastest punch.
  • Horses use facial expressions to communicate among themselves.
  • The world’s smallest dog was the Yorkshire Terrier weighing just four ounces.
  • Puffins use twigs to scratch their bodies.
  • Animals living in water such as turtles, water snakes, crocodiles, dolphins, whales, etc. have to come out of the water after a certain time. If these creatures do not do this then they can die by drowning in the water.
  • Slugs have four noses.
  • Some pigs in China are the size of bears.
  • About half of the total pigs found in the world are raised by farmers in China.
  • In Africa, a species of poisonous butterfly is found which has enough poison in its body to kill six cats at a time.
  • It is possible to hypnotize a frog by placing it on its back and gently stroking its stomach.
  • Some sharks glow in the dark.
  • Approx. 3% of the ice in Antarctic glaciers is penguin urine.
  • Dog’s eyes are 5 times faster than the eyes of humans.
  • An average of 50,000 spiders is found in every forest of the world.
  • Ivory can weigh up to 9 pounds.
  • It takes a sloth two weeks to digest its food.
  • To avoid catching the crocodile’s jaw, put your thumb in its eyeball – you can do this to free yourself from the crocodile’s jaw.
  • Animals produce 30 times more feces than humans, which is close to 1.4 billion tons every year.
  • Bats always turn left when leaving a cave.
  • Ants never sleep and this organism does not have lungs.
  • A healthy blue whale can weigh up to thirty elephants.
  • A herd of sixty cows is capable of producing one ton of milk in less than a day.
  • An ostrich’s eye is bigger than its brain.
  • A grasshopper can leap 20 times its body length.
  • Each ear of a cat has 32 muscles.
  • Honeybees can flap their wings 200 times every second.
  • The tongue of a giraffe is so long that it can also clean its ears through the tongue.
  • Frogs cannot swallow anything without blinking an eyelid
  • A horse can walk and run a few hours after being born.
  • About 100 whales are hunted every day by whale fishermen.
  • If you hurt the snail’s eye, it will develop a new eye in a few days.
  • One leg of an ostrich has two claws which give it more speed.
  • The most poisonous fish in the world is named Stone Fish, which looks like common stone.
  • Deer eyes are larger than the eyes of all animals found in the world.
  • Goat eyes are able to see up to 360 degrees.
  • A hungry rat may eat its tail to satisfy hunger.
  • The heart of a whale fish beats only 9 times in a minute.
  • A dragon can swallow a deer.
  • Anaconda snakes can weigh up to 300 kg.
  • Pigs and monkeys can also play video games.
  • A male gorilla eats 20 kg of food in a day.
  • A crocodile cannot get its tongue out.
  • It is impossible for a boar to look up at the sky.
  • Gorillas can sleep for more than 14 hours in a day.
  • Every year people lose their lives more than snakes in honeybees.
  • There are some insects that eat themselves if they do not get food.
  • A butterfly has 12000 eyes.
  • The sea crab has a heart in its head.
  • Snakes are carnivorous, meaning that they only eat animals, often snakes hunt insects, birds, frogs, and other small mammals for food.
  • The fish known as Killer Whale actually belongs to the species of dolphin and not the species of Whale.
  • Tarantula spiders can live for more than two years without food.
  • All kangaroo species use their tails to balance their bodies.
  • Do you know that a cow can sleep while standing?
  • Dogs only sweat on the paws because dogs have sweat glands in the middle of their paws.
  • The location of donkey’s eyes enables them to see their four legs at all times.
  • The average length of a giant ant is about 6 and a half feet (2 m), although about half of them have a long bushy tail.

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