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Some Fun Facts You Need To Know About Animals

There is no doubt that animals are such amazing gifts to the humankind. From unconditional love to unmatched innocence, they deserve all the love and care. But there might be some interesting facts that the animal lover in you has to know. Here’s some new and adorable ‘Did you know?’

1. Gentoo penguins – Propose their lifemates with a pebble

Gentoo penguins lifemates

Via: news.nationalgeographic.com

Giving signals is amongst the cutest things animals do when in love.

2. Squirrels – Adopt other squirrel’s babies if abandoned

squirrels babies

Via: phys.org

Now here’s a thing humans still need to learn about unconditional love.

3. Tarsier РEach eyeball is almost as big as its brain.

tarsier eyeballs

Via: mnn.com
These are nocturnal animals and have such big eyes to see in the night. Fair enough.

4. Puppies – Male puppies let female win while playing, even after a physical advantage.

puppies male female

Via: pinterest.com

And this is how dogs win every girl’s hearts.

5. Lobsters – Pee out of their faces!

lobsters

Via: pri.org

This urine is done for signaling, both to attract partners and warn off rivals. So basically, they impress their other half by peeing. Okay, weird.

READ ALSO: Know about the peculiar ability of animal whispering

6. Baby porcupines – Have soft quills at birth, which harden within a few days

baby porcupines

Via:pinterest.com

These are called pups or porcupette’s and guards the mother against harm as she gives birth to the babies.

7. Catfish – Use entire bodies to taste things

catfish

Via: wittyfacts.com
Catfish have nearly 175,000 taste buds on the cover of their bodies, so should we call them a moving tongue?

8. Pandas – Can sleep anywhere!

pandas

Via: primcousa.com

Life is a series of naps for these anti-racist Asian animals.

 

9. Chicks – Communicate before hatching

chicks or chicken

Baby chicken or chicks can communicate with each other and their mother through a system of sounds.

Via: pinterest.com

10. Bat – The only mammal that can fly

bat

Via:klikalfon.com

Adding to your knowledge, its leg bones are so thin that they cannot walk

11. Dogs – Nose prints are as unique as human fingerprints and can be used to identify them.

dogs

Via:melodytent.org

So, this is how you set up identity cards for dogs.

12. Elephants – Remain Pregnant for almost two years.

elephants

Via:babble.com

Well, long developmental periods are regular among highly intelligent animals.

13. Sea otters – Sleep holding hands, so they avoid keeping from drifting apart.

sea otters

Via: mnn.com

Sea otters show real friendship and love to their fellow mates even well asleep.

It seems like these beautiful creatures are more fun than one can ever imagine. What do you think?

 

Image Via: petyourdog.com

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Aishwarya Borgaonkar

A nature lover, logophile, and engineer in making. There's no love greater than love for writing.

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