Rambler's Top100 INFENTFUN: 20 Amazing Facts about Animals

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Tuesday, 20 September 2016

20 Amazing Facts about Animals





1

Elephant

Elephants can smell water up to 3 miles away. 


                                 

2

Squirrels

Squirrels plant thousands of new plants every year simply by       forgetting where they put their corns.

 

3

Turtle

Turtles can breathe through their butts.

4

Butterfly

Butterflies taste with their feet.

5

Dog

 A Dogs’ nose prints are as unique 
as human   fingerprints and can be used to identify them.
6

Dolphin


 Dolphins sleep with only half of their brain and with  one eye open.



7

Shrimp

A shrimps heart is in its head.
                                 
8

Hippopotamus

        A Hippopotamus is considered as the most dangerous animal , In Africa it is known to kill more people annually than lions and tiger.


9

Octopus

An Octopus has three hearts and has no bones and its blood is blue in colour.  
                                   
10

Electric eel

An Electric eel produces electricity enough to light ten electric bulbs.



                                 



11

Mole

A mole can dig hole up to three hundred feet long in just a single night.

12

Humming Bird

 Humming birds can fly backwards and they can flip their wings up to eighty times per second.
13

Panda

A newborn panda weighs as much as a cup of tea.
14

King Bustard


 The heaviest flying bird is the King Bustard of Africa,it weighs about 19 kg.

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15

Whistling Swan

The bird with the most feathers is the whistling swan,with up to 25000 feathers.

                                
16

Tarantula Spider

 A tarantula spider can survive without food for more                                than two years.



17

Mosquitoes

Mosquitoes prefer to bite people who have just eaten a banana or have smelly feet.
                                    
18

Shark

Shark is the only fish that can blink with both eyes.

19

Frog

 Frogs breathe through their skin in hibernation .

20

Pigeon

Bones in a pigeon's body is less than weight of its feathers.