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Facts About Coyotes

Facts About Coyotes

The coyote is a clever animal that has adapted well to growing human populations and habitat loss. The name "coyote" is borrowed from Me...

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Interesting Facts About Swans

Interesting Facts About Swans

The swan has a large and strong beak, a long neck, and are noted for their graceful movements when swimming.  The swans' close relat...

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Facts About Gorillas

Facts About Gorillas

The DNA of gorillas is very similar to humans – about 98-99% the same. This is more than any other animal in the world. Gorillas oft...

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Facts About Zoos

Facts About Zoos

Zoos cannot provide the amount of space animals have in the wild. A government-funded study of elephants in UK zoos found that 54% of ...

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Facts About Hippopotamus

Facts About Hippopotamus

The name hippopotamus means ‘river horse’ and is often shortened to hippo. Hippos bask on the shoreline and secrete an oily red su...

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Interesting Facts About Sloth

Interesting Facts About Sloth

Sloths are tropical mammals that live in Central and South America. Toes look more like big hooked claws in appearance. They use...

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Facts About Llama

Facts About Llama

The llama is a South American relative of the camel, though the llama does not have a hump. These sturdy creatures are domestic animals used b...

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Interesting Facts About Bats

Interesting Facts About Bats

Bats are the only mammals able to fly. A single brown bat can catch around 1,200 mosquito-size insects in one hour. 70% of bats ...

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Facts About Parrots

Facts About Parrots

Parrots have curved bills (beaks), strong legs and clawed feet. Parrots can range in size from about 3.5 to 40 inches (8.7 to 100 cent...

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Facts About Ferrets

Facts About Ferrets

Ferrets have no inherent fear of humans. A newborn ferret is so small that it can fit into a teaspoon. An unspayed female ferret i...

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Facts About Nwet

Facts About Nwet

Newts have the ability to regenerate limbs, eyes, spinal cords, hearts, intestines, and upper and lower jaws. Newts are small salamander...

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Interesting Facts About Raccoons

Interesting Facts About Raccoons

During winter in cold northern climates, raccoons sleep for extended periods, although they don't actually hibernate. To prepare for cold wint...

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Facts About Pythons

Facts About Pythons

Pythons are one of the largest non-venomous snakes. Pythons can lay up to 100 eggs at a time. The baby pythons are born alive and look j...

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Interesting Facts About Goat

Interesting Facts About Goat

Goats were the first animals domesticated by man in 10,000 B.C. Most goats can be found in Asia and the Mid-East. Goats are social...

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Interesting Facts About Eagle

Interesting Facts About Eagle

Eagle is a common name for some members of the bird family Accipitridae; it belongs to several genera that are not necessarily closely related to e...

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Facts About Camels

Facts About Camels

The name comes from the Arabic ǧml meaning "beauty". Camels can drink up to 40 gallons of water in one go. Camels lips are split ...

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Facts About Swans

Facts About Swans

Swans are birds of the family Anatidae within the genus Cygnus. The swans' close relatives include the geese and ducks. Swans are grouped with the ...

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Facts About Eels

Facts About Eels

There are over 400 species of Eels in the world, occupying both saltwater and fresh water habitats. Although eels look like snakes, they are f...

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Facts About Rhinoceros

Facts About Rhinoceros

The name rhinoceros means ‘nose horn’ and is often shortened to rhino. The rhinoceros is a large herbivorous mammal, whose distingui...

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Facts About Owl

Facts About Owl

Its two eyes together weigh about 25.7 grams (almost an ounce), more than the eyes of a 200-pound human. Owl necks are longer and skinni...

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Interesting Facts About Frog

Interesting Facts About Frog

There are approximately 4,740 species of frogs around the entire world. Amphibians shed their skin as they get bigger in size. The old s...

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