Animals

Facts about tigers

Facts about tigers

Largest feline: Although tigers are the largest members of the cat family, they are also the species that varies the most ...

Facts about lions

Facts about lions

The tiger: The tiger is the lion’s closest relative. The lion is the second largest of all felines after the tiger ...

Facts about snakes

Facts about snakes

Facts about snake food Predators: Snakes are predators that eat small to medium-sized animals such as insects, birds, reptiles, amphibians, rodents, ...

Facts about giraffes

Facts about giraffes – Funny & Interesting

Highest animals: Giraffes are the tallest animals in the world. Giraffe legs – and even newborn giraffe babies – are taller ...

Facts about fleas

Facts about fleas

Flea bride and groom: In the 1920s, (costumed but dead) flea-brides were a popular collectible The tip of the iceberg: 95% of ...

Facts about dogs

Facts about dogs

Lifespan: The shape of a dog’s face gives an indication of how long it will live. Dogs with pointed, slightly wolf-like ...

Facts about birds

Facts about birds

Kiwi birds: Kiwi birds are blind and therefore hunt using their sense of smell The chicken and the egg: According to National ...

Facts about wolfs

Facts about wolves

Swimmers: Wolves can swim up to 13 kilometers in one stretch Hearing: Under the right circumstances, wolves can hear the sounds of ...

Facts about butterflies

Facts about butterflies

Size: The size of the butterflies can vary from around 3 mm to over 30 cm Speed: The top speed of butterflies ...

Facts about monkeys

Facts about monkeys (and apes)

Dominance: Squirrel monkeys (Saimiri boliviensis) sometimes show their dominance by urinating on the dominant monkeys Aggression and care: Smiling (pulling up the ...