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Interesting Facts About Mouse

Interesting Facts About Mouse

The smallest mouse species is the African Pygmy mouse. Adults are between 1.2 - 3.1 inches (30 and 80 mm). Mouse use their whiskers to s...

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Facts About Deer

Facts About Deer

There are 38 species of deer around the world, including the reindeer, elk and moose. Male deer grow new antlers each year. Deer e...

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Interesting Facts About Rabbits

Interesting Facts About Rabbits

The male rabbit is called a buck, the female is called a doe and a young rabbit is called a kit (or kitten). Rabbits are herbivores and ...

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Facts About Leopards

Facts About Leopards

Leopards are part of the cat family, Felidae. The scientific name for a leopard is Panthera pardus. Leopards are strong.They are able to...

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Interesting Facts About Sparrow

Interesting Facts About Sparrow

Sparrows are generally social birds, with many species breeding in loose colonies and most species occurring in flocks during the non-breeding...

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Interesting Facts About Chicken

Interesting Facts About Chicken

Female chickens are called pullets for their first year or until they begin to lay eggs. For most breeds, around 20 weeks is a typical age for...

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Interesting Facts About Peacock

Interesting Facts About Peacock

A peacock is a male peafowl, the Peahen is a female Peafowl belonging to the pheasant family of Birds. Peacocks have a crested head and a very...

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Interesting Facts About Cats

Interesting Facts About Cats

There are more than 500 million domestic cats in the world, with 33 different breeds. The heaviest domestic cat on record is 21.297 kil...

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Facts About Fox

Facts About Fox

Foxes show great caring, adaptability and intelligence when raising their young. A fox’s home is called a “den”. It can be a hole in t...

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Interesting Facts About Sheep

Interesting Facts About Sheep

Sheep don't like to walk in water or move through narrow openings. They prefer to move into the wind and uphill than down wind and downhill. ...

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Facts About Polar Bear

Facts About Polar Bear

Polar bear are the world's largest bear. A boar (adult male) weighs around 350–700 kg (770–1,500 lb), while a sow (adult female) is about half ...

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Facts About Pandas

Facts About Pandas

Pandas have been a symbol of peace in China. For example, hundreds of years ago, warring tribes in China would raise a flag with a picture of ...

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Facts About Crow

Facts About Crow

There are about 40 or so species in the Corvus genus. Crows are emotional animals, too. They react to hunger and invasion by vigorously ...

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Interesting Facts About Fish

Interesting Facts About Fish

A starfish doesn't have a brain. A person who studies fish species is called an ichthyologist. The males and females have differen...

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Interesting Facts About Dinosaurs

Interesting Facts About Dinosaurs

The word dinosaur comes from the Greek language and means ‘terrible lizard’. The word was coined by English paleontologist Richard Owen in...

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Interesting Facts About Dove

Interesting Facts About Dove

Doves eat seeds including corn, oats, cherry, and barley. In cities, pigeons also eat popcorn, cake, peanuts, and bread. When they grab ...

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Interesting Facts About Hawk

Interesting Facts About Hawk

"Hawk" is a general term used to describe the entire group of diurnal (active by day) predatory birds. Hawks have very good eyesight and...

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Interesting Facts About Cuckoo

Interesting Facts About Cuckoo

The cuckoos are a family, Cuculidae, of near passerine birds, named for the Common Cuckoo of Europe. The cuckoo bird has very soft feath...

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Facts About Giraffe

Facts About Giraffe

Giraffes only need to drink once every few days. Most of their water comes from all the plants they eat. Female giraffes typically give ...

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Facts About Kangaroos

Facts About Kangaroos

Kangaroos are herbivores, and they eat a wide variety of plants, including grasses, shrubs, tree leaves and shoots. Kangaroos are the ...

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Facts About Donkey

Facts About Donkey

A donkey is stronger than a horse of the same size. Donkeys have an incredible memory - they can recognise areas and other donkeys they ...

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