Animal Fun Facts

Are you an animal lover? Do you keep any pets at home, for instance, dogs or cats? How much do you know about them? Did you know that there are an estimated 7.77 million species of animals around the world?

Did you know that chimpanzees get tipsy from alcohol? Oh, yes they do, and they actually love it, just like us humans. Now you feel the desire to visit the park, yeah we do too, and perhaps carry some booze for the chimpanzees.

The animal kingdom has diverse animal species that have many hidden, weird, and fascinating facts. From the creepy crawlies to the ocean creatures like sharks, it’s a fun venture, especially with your kids.

Animal Fun Facts – Sharks, Dogs, Cats, and Other Animals in America, Canada, Australia and the rest of the world.

We all know that animals are amazing creatures, let’s admit it, when you’re having a bad day sometimes all you have to do is tickle that beautiful cat that you have, and it will make your troubles go away with their cuteness!

We’ve collected some amazing fun facts here for you, that you can engage in your outdoor activities that will blow your mind, from the funny things they do to the weirdest of them all.

 Check out these animal fun facts and trivia questions below. It’ll be so much fun.

Animal fun facts

  • A polar bear’s outer fur is called ‘guard hair’
  • There are over 210 breeds of goats in the world
  • An adult lion’s roar is so loud; it can be heard up to five miles away
  • Suriphobia is the fear of mice
  • There is a shark called ‘goblin shark’ which has only been seen around 50 times since its discovery in 1897
  • Frogs don’t drink water. They absorb water through their skin
  • There are approximately 450 million goats around the world
  • Female bald eagles are 25% larger than males
  • Dalmatians are completely white at birth
  • Ichthyophobia is the fear of fish
  • A beaver’s teeth never stop growing
  • Ailurophobia is the fear of cats
  • Apiphobia is the fear of bees
  • Dog nose prints are as unique as human fingerprints and can be used to identify them
  • The average dolphin eats one-third of its weight on food each day
  • A baby goat is called a “kid”
  • Goats and octopus’ pupils of their eyes are rectangular
  • The female goat is called a “doe” or “nanny”
  • African elephants only have four teeth to chew their food with
  • The male goat is called a “buck” or “billy”
  • The scales of a crocodile are made of keratin, the same substance that hooves and fingernails are made of
  • Cows from different areas have a different moo accent
  • Crocodiles eat stones
  • There are over 2700 types of snakes in the world and they live in deserts, forests, oceans, streams, lakes
  • Crocodiles have brains no larger than a cigar
  • The U.S. has the highest dog population in the world. France has the second-highest
  • Cheetahs were trained by men for hunting as long as 3000 BC.
  • The U.S. has the highest dog population in the world. France has the second-highest
  • Horses can’t vomit
  • Goats were the first animals to be used for milk by humans
  • Both male and female caribou grow antlers
  • There are an estimated 400 million dogs in the world
  • Alternate American names for the Elk are the moose and the Wapiti
  • According to records, there are 50 million monkeys in the world!
  • A group of frogs is called an army
  • The oldest recorded elephant lived for 82 years
  • Tigers can see 6 times better at night than humans
  • The oldest recorded elephant lived for 82 years
  • Starfish don’t die of old age
  • A herd of unicorns is called a blessing
  • A male gorilla can eat 40 pounds of food a day
  • The color red doesn’t really make bulls angry; they are color-blind
  • A group of whales is called a pod
  • It costs approximately $10,000 to train a federally certified search and rescue dog
  • Female harp seals get in groups to have their babies once mating season is over
  • The Irish deer is the largest deer to have ever existed. It went into extinction approximately 7,700 years ago
  • When giraffes age, their fur darkens
  • The Tyrannosaurus Rex went extinct 65 million years ago
  • Heron’s eggs have a greenish-blue pale color
  • The hippopotamus’s skin is protected by its own pink oily secretion known as ‘pink sweat’
  • You are more likely to be killed by a champagne cork than by a poisonous spider
  • In 2006, 253 fish species were listed as critically endangered
  • All dolphins have a different whistle
  • Goats are quite agile creatures and in some cases, they can jump over 5 feet
  • Scientists had to go 45 million years back in history to find the elephant’s oldest ancestor
  • The Basenji is the world’s only bark-less dog
  • Tiger Day is the last Sunday in September
  • Greyhounds are the fastest dogs on Earth and can run at speeds of 45 mph
  • There is no visual difference between male and female herons
  • The crocodile’s tongue is unmovable, as it is attached to the roof of its mouth
  • A full-grown bear can run as fast as a horse
  • The sailfish can swim at the speed of 109 km/h, making it the fastest swimmer
  • Hyenas regularly eat the feces of other animals
  • National Dance Like A Chicken Day falls on May 14th every year
  • Frogs cannot swallow without blinking
  • Denmark has twice as many pigs as there are people
  • A giraffe has the same number of bones in its neck as a man
  • The lifespan of 75% of wild birds is 6 months
  • Moose have very poor vision. Some have even tried to mate with cars
  • The life of a housefly is only 14 days
  • The swan has over 25,000 feathers on its body
  • There are 3,000 kinds of lice in the world
  • African elephants have bigger ears than Indian elephants
  • Dogs have lived with humans for over 14,000 years
  • Dogs can see in color, though they most likely see colors similar to a color-blind human
  • There is no record of a human being attacked by a healthy wolf
  • If you have a fear of chickens, then you actually have Alektorophobia
  • Hummingbirds are the only birds who can fly backward
  • There are over 70,000 types of spiders spinning their webs in the world
  • Dolphins can eat up to 30 pounds of fish a day.
  • There are currently over a million animal species on planet earth
  • There’s a spider in Brazil whose bites can cause an erection that lasts for hours!
  • Agrizoophobia is the fear of wild animals
  • There are no ants in Iceland, Greenland, and Antarctica
  • A puppy is born blind, deaf, and toothless
  • Before they’re even born, sand tiger sharks eat their twin brothers and sisters!
  • A squid’s eye can get as big as a basketball
  • Jellyfish evaporate in the sun. They’re 98% water
  • Snakes do not blink
  • A rooster is simply a male chicken
  • The owl has a small brain
  • Pikachu is a mouse-type Pokémon
  • The average dog can run about 19 mph
  • Some lions mate over 50 times a day
  • One survey reports that 33 percent of dog owners admit they talk to their dogs on the phone or leave messages on answering machines while they are away
  • The Big Five is a group of animals of Africa: cape buffalo, elephant, leopard, lion and rhino
  • A chicken with red ear lobes will produce brown eggs, and a chicken with white ear lobes will produce white eggs
  • The slowest fish is the sea horse, which moves along at about 0.01 mph (0.016 km/h)
  • China has the most goats in the world, they have over 170 Million
  • The lifespan of a bush baby is 14 years
  • There is only one pink bottlenose dolphin that has been discovered, in an inland lake in Louisiana, USA
  • Giraffe hearts pump twice as hard as a cow’s to get blood to its brain
  • Penguins can jump 6 feet out of water
  • Blue whales have large enough aortas (the main blood vessel) for a human to crawl through
  • Bumblebees have hair on their eyes
  • Some dogs can smell dead bodies under water!
  • Tuna fish can swim 40 miles in a single day
  • Cats can hear ultrasound
  • More than 45 million turkeys are cooked and eaten in the US at Thanksgiving
  • Turkeys have a poor sense of smell, but excellent sense of taste
  • Baby whales can gain up to 200 pounds per day
  • Goat’s milk is higher in calcium, vitamin A and niacin than cow’s milk
  • Dogs have a wet nose to collect more of the tiny droplets of smelling chemicals in the air
  • Goats do not have teeth in their upper front jaw
  • Cats have over one hundred vocal sounds, while dogs only have about ten
  • Baby whales grow to a 1/3 of their mother’s length in the womb
  • Cat owners are 30% less likely to suffer a heart attack
  • Elephants don’t drink through their trunks like a straw
  • Barn owls hunt mostly small mammals such as the short-tailed vole
  • The breeding age for male goats is between 8-10 months
  • A ducks quack does echo, it’s just almost impossible to hear
  • French poodles did not originate in France – they came from Germany
  • A cheetahs lifespan is up to 12 years in the wild
  • When a male tiger and female lion mate they make a tigon, when a male lion and female tiger mate they make a liger
  • Shark corneas are being used in human eye transplants
  • Flamingos are pink because shrimp is one of their main sources of food
  • Butterflies have their skeletons on the outside of their bodies, this is known as the exoskeleton
  • Back in 1924, a monkey was convicted in South Bend of the crime of smoking a cigarette and sentenced to pay a 25 dollar fine!
  • Dogs are about as smart as a two or three-year-old child
  • A mole can dig a tunnel 300 feet long in just one night
  • Butterflies have their skeletons on the outside of their bodies, this is known as the exoskeleton
  • After eating, a housefly regurgitates its food and then eats it again
  • Arachnophobia is the fear of spiders
  • There are almost 60 million dogs in the United States
  • Polar bears are the world’s largest land predators
  • Starfish have five eyes – one at the end of each leg
  • Hippos attract mates by urinating and defecating
  • The blue whale is the largest of all whales and is also considered the largest animal to have ever existed in the world.
  • Butterflies can only see the colors red, green, and yellow
  • The swan has over 25,000 feathers in its body
  • There are roughly twenty-four thousand species of butterflies
  • In the Caribbean there are oysters that can climb trees
  • A dik-dik is a tiny antelope that lives in East Africa, Namibia, and Angola
  • In Croatia, scientists discovered that lampposts were falling down because a chemical in the urine of male dogs was rotting the metal
  • Dik-diks weigh between three and six kilograms
  • Whale milk is 50% fat
  • Female polar bears normally start having baby cubs at the age of four or five
  • Hippo’s sweat is pink
  • Fireflies are also known as lightning bugs
  • The sperm whale is the loudest animal. Their clicks have been measured at 230 dB
  • Noctule bats fly before sunset, whereas Pipistrelles appear soon after sunset
  • A group of butterflies is known as a flutter
  • In general, Asiatic jerboas have five toes on their back feet and African jerboas have three
  • Approximately 100 people die each year when they are stepped on by cows
  • Even though a polar bear’s average body temperature is 37°C; they don’t give off any detectable heat, so they won’t show up in infrared photographs
  • The largest giant squid ever found weighed 8,000 pounds
  • Dogs can see better when the light is low
  • The most popular dog breed in Canada, America, and Great Britain is the Labrador Retriever
  • Dumbledore isn’t only the Headmaster of Hogwarts; in fact, a dumbledore is an old English term for a type of bee
  • Alligators cannot move backwards
  • Most young fireflies feed on nectar and pollen, although adult fireflies do not need to eat to survive
  • Worldwide, more people eat and drink milk from goats than any other animal
  • 79% of pet owners sleep with their pets
  • Sharks are immune to cancer!
  • Two dogs were among the Titanic survivors
  • About two-thirds of shark attacks on humans have taken place in water less than six feet deep
  • Many species of owls have special feathers for flying silently
  • Sharks have been around longer than dinosaurs
  • The animal on the Firefox logo is not a fox, but a red panda
  • Patas not only have opposable thumbs, they also have opposable big toes!
  • Male dogs will raise their legs while urinating to aim higher on a tree or lamppost because they want to leave a message that they are tall and intimidating. Some wild dogs in Africa try to run up tree trunks while they are urinating to appear to be very large
  • The Patas can go several days without drinking water
  • The starfish is the only animal capable of turning its stomach inside-out
  • Adults have white mustache and whiskers and the males have mane-like hair
  • Birds can recognize landmarks, which they use to help them navigate
  • The Patas is large and slender, usually reddish gray, white or pale pink, with a long tail that is dark above and light underneath
  • Ferrets sleep around 20 hours a day
  • Patas Monkey diet consists mainly of grasses, shelled fruits seeds, berries, locusts and other insects, birds and lizards
  • Only 5 to 10 percent of cheetah cubs make it to adulthood
  • The Patas Monkey’s habitat is brush and grass savannas of Central Africa from Senegal to Ethiopia and south to Tanzania
  • A starving mouse will eat its own tail
  • The Patas Monkey (Erythrocebus patas) are also known as Hussar monkeys, military monkeys and dancing red monkeys
  • The average chicken lays about 260 eggs per year
  • Squirrel Monkey births coincide with the time of greatest rainfall
  • Squirrels cannot see the color red
  • Squirrel monkeys not only smaller in size, but they make chirps and peeps for contact and alarms, earning them their likeness to the squirrel
  • A large group of goats is called a herd
  • Squirrel monkeys have the largest groups of any other New World monkey, with as many as 100 monkeys in a given band
  • The most popular female dog name is Maggie. The most popular male dog name is Max
  • Squirrel Monkeys eat a varied diet of insects, spiders, bird’s eggs and nestlings, fruits, nuts, blossoms and other forest edibles
  • An elephant’s trunk has around 15,000 muscles. 200 liters of water is drunk from it per day
  • The Squirrel Monkey (Saimiri sciureus) native to the lowland rainforest of Panama, Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay and Brazil
  • You can tell a turtle’s gender by the noise it makes. Males grunt, females hiss
  • Black Howler Monkeys do not have opposable thumbs
  • One million stray dogs and 500,000 stray cats live in New York City metropolitan area
  • Young howlers are cared for by several females who carry, groom and protect it. Males will also help out
  • A bat can eat up to 1,000 insects per hour
  • Black Howlers get their name because they have enlarged throats and extra large voice boxes which allows them to howls
  • Taurophobia is the fear of bulls
  • Black Howlers eat they eat leaves, fruit and vegetable matter
  • The hippopotamus is born underwater
  • The Black Howler Monkey (Alouatta caraya) are native to eastern Bolivia, northeastern Argentina, Paraguay and southern Brazil
  • Small quantities of grapes and raisins can cause renal failure in dogs
  • Sloths are diurnal, meaning they are awake either day or night. Two-toed sloths are nocturnal
  • When young abalones feed on red seaweed their shells turn red
  • Sloths change trees up to four times a day
  • A rodent’s teeth never stop growing
  • Three-toed sloths are better swimmers than their two-toed relatives
  • It takes 3,000 cows to supply the NFL with enough leather for a year’s supply of footballs
  • There are also four species of three-toed sloths including Bradypodidae pygmaeus, a pygmy species. The other three are B. torquatus, which has a mane; B. tridactylus also known as the pale-throated, three-toed sloth; and B. variegatus, the brown throated, three-toed sloth. They share many characteristics with their two-toed cousins, but a few things are different
  • Dogs have about 1,700 taste buds
  • Sloth mother’s milk is higher in fat (6.9 %) and protein (61%) than cow's milk
  • Only half of a dolphin’s brain sleeps at a time. The other awake half makes the dolphin come up for air when needed to prevent drowning
  • Sloths usually mate and give birth while hanging in trees. Mothers will birth their babies either on the ground upside down in a hanging position. After it is born the infant grabs onto the mother’s fur and makes its way to her chest to nurse
  • Females sloths are pregnant for six months
  • Oysters can change from one gender to another and back again depending on which is best for mating
  • Sloths eat leaves, twigs, berries, fruits and the occasional insect or small animal
  • The placement of the eyes of a donkey enables them to see all four of their legs at all times
  • Sloths are very quiet in general, if scared they will hiss or moan
  • A python can swallow a rabbit whole and may eat as many as 150 mice in a six-month period
  • Sloths are good swimmers, especially the backstroke
  • A ‘haw’ is the third eyelid of a cat, which can only be seen when the cat isn’t well
  • Sloths come down from their canopy about once a week to pee and poo unless there is a danger or predator. If that’s the case they do it from the trees!
  • Elephants are covered with hair
  • Sloths see better at night than in the day and they have very poor hearing. They rely on their sense of smell to locate food and other sloths
  • A whale’s heart beats only nine times a minute
  • Sloths cannot shiver to stay warm, and so have difficulty maintaining their body temperature on rainy days
  • The longest recorded life span of a slug was 1 year, 6 months
  • Two-toed sloths can live up to 20 years in the wild and 30-40 years in captivity!
  • The American Kennel Club, the most influential dog club in the United States, was founded in 1884
  • They can weigh between 8-17 pounds and grow to be between 21–29 inches in length
  • No two tigers ever have the same stripes, and this is how individual tigers can be identified
  • Sloths have 10 upper teeth and 8 lower teeth
  • Chocolate, macadamia nuts, cooked onions, or anything with caffeine is harmful to dogs
  • Sloths, moths and algae have a beneficial relationship: The pyralid moth is a species of moth that lives in the sloth’s fleece. There is also an algae species that grows in the grooved hair of the sloth. Scientists believe that the moth transports nutrient-rich waste from the sloth’s poop to fertilize the algae. In other words, the moths are algae farmers on the sloth’s back. And guess what else? The algae is a key source of food for the sloth!
  • Fireflies do not bite or have pincers. Fireflies are harmless, they don’t even carry diseases
  • Sloths really are slow. So slow, in fact, that in the humidity of their native climate an algae actually grows on their fur. This gives them a greenish hue, which acts as camouflage
  • We share 98.4% of our DNA with a chimp
  • In many cultures, Reindeer are used pull sleds and sleigh. There's evidence of this dating back 7,000 years ago in Siberia!
  • We share 70% of our DNA with a slug
  • In warmer months, reindeer feast on grasses, mushrooms and plants. In the winter they feast mainly on moss and lichen.Reindeer have a strong sense of smell, which helps them sniff out food underneath layers of snow
  • The fear of animals is called zoophobia
  • Finnish Forest Reindeer hooves have a special scoop that helps them forage through the snow for lichen and moss
  • Dogs have sweat glands in between their paws
  • The Finnish Forest Reindeer, arguably the reindeer of Santa Claus fame, are the largest reindeer species. They are over 7 ½ feet long
  • Goats were the first animals domesticated by man in 10,000 B.C
  • For almost all kinds of reindeer, both male and female reindeer have antlers. Females shed their antlers when they give birth in the spring
  • Killer whales are not whales at all, rather a species of dolphin
  • Male reindeer have louder calls than females. Males use a small pouch under the skin of their throats which they inflate to blast out a loud bellow
  • The most poisonous fish in the world is the stone fish
  • Reindeer beards? In the winter time for reindeer grow their facial hair long enough to cover their mouths, which protects their muzzles when grazing in the snow.
  • The phrase “raining cats and dogs” originated in seventeenth-century England. During heavy rainstorms, many homeless animals would drown and float down the streets, giving the appearance that it had actually rained cats and dogs.
  • The indigenous people of Finland, the Saami, have more than 400 words for the food, tools and other products taken from reindeer. Their word for reindeer, raingo, may be where the common name is derived.
  • On average, cows poop 16 times per day!
  • Reindeer like it cold! They are native to Arctic and subarctic regions as well as tundra and boreal (read: snow, snow, snow!) to northern Europe, Siberia and North America.
  • The most dogs ever owned by one person were 5,000 Mastiffs owned by Kubla Khan
  • In North America, reindeer are also known as caribou, although the current "taxonomic jury" is out on that all species of reindeer are caribou. Most people use the terms interchangeably
  • ‘Jaws’ is the most common name for a goldfish
  • In the wild, some reindeers travel more than 3000 miles in a single year
  • Rangifer tarandus is the scientific name for the animal we most commonly call reindeer. They are in the same family as deer, and there are more than a dozen sub-species
  • Lonomia obliqua is the world’s deadliest caterpillar
  • Narwhals are still hunted today for their tusks, and in addition face other environmental threats like pollution
  • The ostrich has two toes on each foot which gives it greater speed
  • Historians actually think that the narwhals are what the unicorns myth is base on. During the Middle Ages, unicorn horns were so coveted that royalty would pay extraordinary prices for them, often the weight of the horn in gold. Hunters traveled to Northern Europe to try and capture the narwhals and bring back their horns (which they would tell the royals were from unicorns)
  • If you cut off a snail’s eye, it will grow a new one
  • There are about 80,000 narwhals throughout the Arctic waters
  • Every day of the year, 100 whales are killed by whale fisherman
  • Narwhals eat squid, shrimp, halibut and cod
  • In 2003, Dr. Roger Mugford invented the “wag-o-meter” a device that claims to interpret a dog’s exact mood by measuring the wag of its tail
  • Narwhals weigh as much as 4200 pounds
  • A skunk will not bite and throw its scent at the same time
  • Narwhals live in the Arctic waters of Greenland, Norway, Canada and Russia
  • Deer can’t eat hay
  • Narwhals sometimes use their tusks to joust
  • An elephant can smell water up to 3 miles away
  • The tusk can grow as long as 10 feet. A narwhal can be 17 feet in length (plus the tusk!)
  • Goats and sheep are seasonal breeders
  • The narwhal’s tusk is actually a long jutting tooth. It even has nerves
  • Reindeer milk has more fat than cow milk
  • Narwhals are basically whales that sport a spiraled horn, or tusk, that juts out of their head much like a unicorn horn. Some narwhals actually have two tusks.
  • George Washington’s teeth were made of elephant ivory, and walrus tusks
  • Manatees face a number of dangers in their native waters: boating accidents can harm or even kill manatees and things like plastics in the water can cause health problems.
  • A moth has no stomach
  • Manatees can actually swim up to 20 MPH
  • A garden caterpillar has 248 muscles in its head
  • Besides the dugong, the manatee's closest living relative is the elephant
  • The very first bomb that the Allies dropped on Berlin in World War Two hit an elephant
  • Most mammals have seven neck vertebrae but the both the manatee and the sloth have just six. This means that manatees can’t turn their heads
  • Most elephants weigh less than the tongue of a blue whale
  • Manatees babies need help getting up to the surface for their first breath. Shortly after birth they are able to swim on their own: usually within an hour
  • The flea can jump up to 200 times its own height. This is equal to a man jumping the Empire State Building in New York
  • Manatees live in the water but they need air to survive. They surface every few minutes when active and can stay under for as long as 20 minutes if still
  • Scientists have performed brain surgery on cockroaches
  • Manatees are mammals, and they have one baby every two to five years. The babies are born underwater. Females are pregnant for about 1 year. The young nurse for 1-½-2 years
  • The great horned owl has no sense of smell
  • Manatees use their flippers to walk along the bottom of the body of water, feeling for food. When they find it, they scoop it up toward their mouths with their flipper
  • A woodpecker can peck 20 times per second
  • In fact, an adult manatee can eat 1/10 of its weight in a day
  • Koalas have human-like fingerprints
  • The kangaroo’s ancestors lived in trees. Today there are eight different kinds of tree kangaroos.
  • Don’t be fooled by Manatees size: they are gentle giants. They graze on water grasses, weeds and algae. They are the only aquatic herbivore
  • Penguins do the wave
  • Baby horses can walk and run after just a few hours of being born
  • Manatees can reach 13-feet long and weigh as much as 3,000 pounds
  • Scorpions glow in the dark
  • The earliest European images of dogs are found in cave paintings dating back 12,000 years ago in Spain
  • Manatees are believed to account for at least some of the early-explorer’s mermaid sightings
  • Fish sleep... sometimes not enough
  • The Latin name for moose is alces alces
  • The common nickname for the manatee is the sea cow
  • Chickens can undergo natural sex changes
  • Hippos can run faster than humans!
  • There are three species of Manatee (Trichechus). They are the West African manatee (T. senegalensis), the Amazonian manatee (T. inunguis) and the West Indian manatee (T. manatus). The West Indian manatee is the species seen frequenting the Florida Coast
  • Frogs can jump really high
  • A dog’s shoulder blades are unattached to the rest of the skeleton to allow greater flexibility for running
  • Baby elephants are able to stand within 20 minutes of being born
  • Dogs can dream
  • A cat has 32 muscles in each ear
  • Elephants only eat plants, so they are herbivores. They eat grasses, bamboos, flowers, seeds, fruits, leaves and other plant matter
  • Cats can bark
  • The dumbest dog in the world is the Afghan hounds
  • Elephants eat for about 16 hours every day!
  • Kiwis, from New Zealand, forage at night, in the leaf litter of the forest floor. Unlike any other bird, kiwis have nostrils at the end of their long beaks
  • The honey bee has been around for 30 million years
  • Elephants have a gestation period (the time when the fetus is growing in the mom) for 22 months—the longest of any mammal
  • When they find a source of water, wild Bactrian (two-humped) camels will drink as much as 50 litres (88 pints). They will even drink salty water, unlike other mammals
  • A black panther is really a black leopard
  • Elephant tusks do not grow back
  • Humans share 98.8% of chimpanzee DNA. But even with DNA so similar, humans and chimps have around 35 million differences between them
  • Cats have lived with people for only 7,000 years
  • An elephant trunk has close to 40,000 muscles
  • Both male and female pigeons produce a substance called crop milk to feed their chicks. Very few birds have this rare ability, just greater flamingos, emperor penguins, pigeons and doves
  • The smell of a skunk can be detected by a human a mile away
  • Asian Elephants also have smaller, less-pronounced ears than those of African Elephants
  • Emperor penguins can stay underwater for up to 27 minutes and dive as far as 500m deep
  • At birth, baby kangaroos are only about an inch long – no bigger than a large water bug or a queen bee
  • Elephas maximus is the Latin name for the Asian Elephant. They are smaller than African Elephants
  • There is a butterfly in Africa with enough poison in its body to kill six cats!
  • The lion has the loudest roar of all the big cats. It can be heard as far as 5km (3 miles) away
  • African elephants (Loxodonta africana) are the largest land mammal on earth.
  • At birth, baby kangaroos are only about an inch long – no bigger than a large water bug or a queen bee.
  • Cat fleas can jump to a height of up to 60 times their own body length
  • Some sharks can swim up 40 MPH
  • A grasshopper can leap 20 times the length of its own body.
  • A female house fly lays batches of around 100–150 white eggs, and may lay more than 500 eggs in her lifetime of just a few days
  • Sharks do not have bones. Their skeleton is made of cartilage
  • A herd of sixty cows is capable of producing a ton of milk in less than a day
  • Sea otters have the densest fur of any mammal: a large male has around 800 million hairs, compared to just five million on a human
  • Most sharks live around 25 years but some can live as long as 100
  • The blue whale weighs as much as thirty elephants and is as long as three Greyhound buses.
  • The familiar ‘twit-twoo’ sound of the tawny owl comes from a male and female pair. The female’s main call is the ‘twit’ or ‘kewick’ sound, while the male’s reply is the loud ‘twoo’ or hooting sound
  • The Great Hammerhead can weigh as much as 1000 lbs. and be as long as 20 feet
  • An anteater is nearly 6 feet long, yet its mouth is only an inch wide.
  • Giant tortoise from the Galápagos Islands near Ecuador can weigh up to 250kg (550lbs) – the same as a brown bear!
  • There are nine species of hammerhead sharks around the world
  • Cows have one large stomach that is divided into four compartments to go through the different stages of digestion.
  • While they grow, reindeer antlers have a velvety covering. When the antlers are fully grown, the ‘velvet’ is shed and rubs away
  • The shape of a hammerhead shark's head actually improves their vision
  • Apple and pear seeds contain arsenic, which may be deadly to dogs.
  • Pregnant nine-banded armadillos always give birth to four identical babies
  • The goblin shark is considered the ugliest shark in the world
  • Just one cow gives off enough harmful methane gas in a single day to fill around 400 litre bottles.
  • To hover, hummingbirds may beat their wings up to 200 times per second
  • Sharks do not actually hunt humans or consider humans food. Sharks incidents occur when sharks are hunting for seals, dolphins or other "human-sized" prey. It's a case of mistaken identity!
  • Ants never sleep. Also they don’t have lungs.
  • Adult bison are the largest land mammals in North America
  • There are more than 470 species of sharks
  • The turkey is one of the most famous birds in North America.
  • If a starfish is split into five pieces, so long as each piece contains part of the central disc, then five starfish will survive
  • Cat’s were domesticated 9,500 years ago in Ancient Egypt
  • A tarantula spider can survive for more than two years without food.
  • An eagle’s eyes are at least four times sharper than a human’s
  • The earliest found depictions of dogs come from 8000 years ago
  • The leg bones of a bat are so thin that no bat can walk.
  • Huskies can run at speeds of around 31km per hour (20mph), but their key skill is endurance
  • Gorilla’s have been seen dismantling traps set by poachers
  • Almost half the pigs in the world are kept by farmers in China.
  • A chameleon’s tongue is at least as long as its body, but it can grab prey in a fraction of a second
  • Only 3-5% of mammals are monogamous
  • The only dog that doesn’t have a pink tongue is the chow.
  • Hippos’ closest living relatives are the aquatic mammals: whales, dolphins and porpoises
  • Meerkat parents train their offspring to hunt scorpions
  • Dragonflies create a heart with their tails while mating
  • A vampire bat’s teeth are so sharp that its bite may not be felt at all. Their saliva dulls any pain, so a bat may drink its victim’s blood for up to 30 minutes
  • Elephants mourn their dead
  • Squirrels are responsible for planting thousands of trees worldwide
  • There are no male or female earthworms. All earthworms have both male and female parts – but it still takes two of them to reproduce
  • Cuckoo birds hide their eggs in the nests of other species
  • Primitive crocodiles could gallop
  • The pattern of wrinkles on a gorilla’s nose is unique to each one and is known as a ‘nose print’. Conservation workers use photos and sketches of gorillas’ noses to keep track of individuals
  • Horned lizards shoot blood out of their eyes
  • Catfish have taught themselves how to kill pigeons
  • A giraffe has seven bones in its neck, which is the same as a human has, but they are much larger
  • Wojtek the bear was a corporal in the polish military during WWII
  • Horned lizards squirt blood from their eyes
  • A polar bear’s hair is not white – it’s colourless. Each thick strand of hair is hollow and reflects the light, making the polar bear appear white. Beneath this transparent fur, the skin is black, to soak up any warmth from the sun and keep the bear as warm as possible
  • Queen mole rats make other female mole rats infertile
  • The U.S. military trained bottlenose dolphins
  • Fourteen new species of dancing frogs were discovered in 2014, raising the global number of known dancing-frog species to 24
  • Orcas can learn to speak dolphin
  • Vampire bat saliva keeps blood from clotting
  • Vampire bats share blood with their friends
  • By eating pest insects, bats save the U.S. agriculture industry an estimated $3 billion per year
  • The spur-winged goose's diet makes it poisonous
  • The patu digua is thought to be this smallest spider in the world at just 0.37 mm
  • A supercolony of invasive Argentine ants, known as the "California large," covers 560 miles of the U.S. West Coast. It's currently engaged in a turf war with a nearby supercolony in Mexico
  • Butterflies taste with their feet
  • The yellowhead jawfish incubates its eggs in its mouth
  • Warmer weather causes more turtles to be born female than male
  • Cows produce more milk when listening to slow music
  • Electric eels are in fact not eels, and give a shock strong enough to knock out a horse
  • Less time separates the existence of humans and the tyrannosaurus rex than the T-rex and the stegosaurus
  • Cats recognize their own name but choose not to respond
  • Lungfish are the only fish that have both lungs and gills
  • The recently discovered bone-house wasp stuffs the walls of its nest with dead ants
  • Rats laugh
  • The shoebill stork has a huge beak and swallows lungfish whole
  • If a honeybee keeps waggle dancing in favor of an unpopular nesting site, other workers headbutt her to help the colony reach a consensus
  • If a honeybee keeps waggle dancing in favor of an unpopular nesting site, other workers headbutt her to help the colony reach a consensus
  • Ravens are masters of deception
  • Pea Crabs are miniature crabs that spend their whole lives inside oysters, clams, and mussels
  • Barn owls are normally monogamous, but about 25 percent of mated pairs "divorce."
  • Crocodiles can live up to 100
  • The Mariana snailfish is the deepest fish in the ocean, living up to around 8000m below the surface
  • Azara's owl monkeys are more monogamous than humans
  • Some worms can jump
  • The Yangtze giant softshell turtle is the biggest freshwater turtle in the world
  • Horses use facial expressions to communicate with each other
  • Deer can run up to 35 miles per hour
  • The desperate leaf chameleon is less than 3cm long
  • There's a place on Earth where seagulls prey on right whales.
  • Horses have distinct facial expressions
  • Echidna’s are relatives of duck-billed platypuses and have a beak, spikes, a kangaroo-like pouch, and lays eggs
  • Humpback whale songs spread like "cultural ripples from one population to another."
  • Moths experience love at first scent
  • Hoatzin’s are the only bird species with a ruminant digestive system, and they smell like cow-dung
  • Young goats pick up accents from each other
  • Cows have best friends
  • Tardigrades are extremely durable microscopic animals that exist all over Earth. They can survive any of the following: 300 degrees Fahrenheit (149 Celsius), -458 degrees F (-272 C), the vacuum of space, pressure six times stronger than the ocean floor and more than a decade without food
  • Male platypuses have venomous spurs
  • Giant anteaters have two-foot tongues
  • Cats and horses are highly susceptible to black widow venom, but dogs are relatively resistant. Sheep and rabbits are apparently immune
  • Lions inhabited many areas of Europe until they were hunted to extinction in the region around 100 BCE
  • Squirrels will adopt orphans
  • A type of "immortal" jellyfish is capable of cheating death indefinitely
  • Despite their lack of visible ears, Penguins have excellent hearing
  • A group of rhinos is called a crash
  • Squirrels can't burp or vomit
  • Some cats are allergic to humans
  • Snow leopards don't roar
  • The claws of a mantis shrimp can accelerate as quickly as a .22-caliber bullet
  • Horses are distantly related to rhinoceroses and tapirs
  • A group of owls is called a parliament
  • A single strand of spider silk is thinner than a human hair, but also five times stronger than steel of the same width. A rope just 2 inches thick could reportedly stop a Boeing 747
  • Toucans curl into little balls when they sleep
  • Alligators can grow for more than 30 years
  • Dogs' sense of smell is about 100,000 times stronger than humans', but they have just one-sixth our number of taste buds
  • Female bats give birth while hanging upside down, catching the baby in their wings as it drops
  • Otters have the world's thickest fur
  • Animals with smaller bodies and faster metabolism see in slow motion
  • According to time, The annual number of worldwide shark bites is 10 times less the number of people bitten by other people in New York
  • Dogs have way fewer taste buds than humans
  • Butterflies can taste with their feet
  • Bald Eagles sound so silly that Hollywood dubs their voices
  • Painted turtles survive winter by breathing through their butts
  • A human brain operates on about 15 watts
  • A Baby Puffin is called a Puffling
  • Female bats give birth to babies that weigh up to a third of their weight
  • Owls don't have eyeballs. They have eye tubes
  • Wombat poop is cube-shaped
  • Elephants and humans have similar self-soothing techniques
  • Sea otters hold each other’s paws when they sleep so they don’t drift apart
  • Caribbean sperm whales have their own regional accent
  • Adult cats only meow at humans
  • The leg bones of a bat are so thin that no bat can walk
  • A Narwhal tusk is actually an exaggerated front left tooth, and unlike most teeth, it's soft and sensitive on the outside with a tough interior
  • Sloths can take up to a month to completely digest a single leaf
  • The venom of the king cobra is so deadly that just one gram of it is enough to kill a person 150 times over
  • Honeybees can get sexually transmitted diseases
  • Alligators will let manatees swim ahead of them
  • A female ferret will die if it goes into heat (is horny) and cannot find a mate
  • Birds are immune to the heat of chili peppers
  • Giraffes have black tongues
  • The flamingo can only eat when its head is upside-down
  • The African Penguin is also commonly reffered to as the "Jackass Penguin" because it makes donkey-like braying sounds
  • Reindeer eyes turn blue in the winter
  • At birth, a panda is smaller than a mouse and weighs about four ounces
  • Ducks like to surf. They have been observed riding tides and swimming back to ride them again
  • Dolphins have names for one another
  • Male koalas have two penises, and female koalas have two vaginas
  • Cats can't taste sugar. They don't have sweet taste buds
  • Octopuses can taste with their arms
  • A sea lion is the first nonhuman mammal with a proven ability to keep a beat
  • Nine-Banded Armadillos always give birth to identical quadruplets
  • A group of ferrets is called a business
  • Honeybees can flap their wings 200 times per second
  • In an aquatic traffic jam, Alligators will give manatees the right of way
  • Male horses have way more teeth than their female counterparts
  • Reindeer eyeballs turn blue in winter to help them see at lower light levels
  • In 1924, A Labrador retriever was sentenced to life without parole at eastern state penitentiary for killing the governor's cat
  • Frogs can freeze without dying
  • Polar bears have black skin and see-through fur
  • Lynx have large feet that enable them to run on very deep snow
  • Sea otters are adept at using tools
  • The male gentoo and Adelie penguins “propose” to females by giving them a pebble
  • Male ring-tailed lemurs will "stink fight" by wafting scent at each other
  • Wild chimps like to drink
  • The now extinct colossal penguin stood as tall as 2.03 metre basket ball legend LeBron James
  • Fruit bats don't use echolocation-They have excellent senses of sightand smell
  • Zebra stripes act as a natural bug repellant
  • Animals with smaller bodies and faster metabolism such as chipmunks and squirrels see in slow motion
  • Anteaters don't have teeth
  • Pigeons can do math
  • Dogs’ sense of smell is about 100, 000 times stronger than humans’. However, they have only one-sixth our number of taste buds
  • Hartebeest evade predators by running in zigzag patterns
  • Slow lorises are the only venomous primates
  • Elephants have a specific alarm call that means “human”
  • The Axolotl can regenerate its limbs
  • Ducks can surf
  • Wild dolphins call each other by name. “Oi, Flipper!”
  • Moray eels have a second pair of "Alien-style" jaws
  • Sharks kill fewer than 10 people per year. Humans kill about 100 million sharks per year
  • All clownfish are born male-some turn female to enable mating
  • A housefly buzzes in an F key
  • A bat can eat up to 1 thousand insects per hour
  • In the UK, The British Monarch legally owns all unmarked mute swans in open water
  • Humpback whales use bubbles to hunt
  • A blue whale weighs as much as three elephants and is as long as three Greyhound buses
  • A pig’s orgasm lasts 30 minutes. Lucky pigs
  • Blue jays mimic hawks' calls to scare away other birds
  • Baby Tasmanian devils make life-long friendships
  • There are 1 million ants for every human in the world
  • Whitetail deer can sprint at speeds up to 30 miles per hour
  • Cowbirds use secret passwords to teach their young
  • A snail can sleep for three years at a time
  • Red-Eyed tree frog eggs can hatch early if they sense danger
  • Some snails have hairy shells
  • One species of jellyfish is immortal. It can revert back to its child state after having become sexually mature, and therefore never dies
  • Alberta, Canada is the largest rat-free populated area in the world
  • Some sharks glow in the dark
  • Frogs cannot vomit. If one absolutely has to, then it will vomit its entire stomach
  • Flamingos are naturally white-Their diet of brine shrimp and algae turns them pink
  • Some pigs in China are the size of bears
  • Around 50 percent of orangutans have fractured bones, due to falling out of trees on a regular basis
  • Despite their appearance, Elephants shrews are more closely related to Elephants than shrews
  • Sperm whales in the Caribbean have an accent
  • An ostrich's eye is bigger than its brain
  • Animal behaviorists have concluded that cats don't meow as a way to communicate with each other. It's a method they use for getting attention from humans
  • Capuchin monkeys wash their hands and feet in urine
  • Kangaroos can't fart
  • Prairie dogs say hello by kissing
  • Cows painted with zebra-like stripes can avoid being bitten by flies
  • Giraffes have no vocal chords
  • Sea otters hold hands while they're sleeping so they don't drift apart
  • There's a kind of ant that only lives in a small area of Manhattan
  • Bats always turn left when leaving a cave
  • A Grizzly bear's bite is strong enough to crush a bowling ball
  • Bottlenose dolphins are even more right-handed than humans
  • A cow gives nearly 200,000 glasses of milk in a lifetime
  • There was once a type of crocodile that colud gallop
  • Puffins use twigs to scratch their bodies
  • Nearly three percent of the ice in Antarctic glaciers is penguin urine
  • Tigers have striped skin as well. Each pattern is as unique as a fingerprint
  • And the oldest evidence of domesticated cats dates back 9,500 years
  • It takes a sloth two weeks to digest its food
  • The world's oldest known breed of domesticated dog dates back to 329 BC
  • It is possible to hypnotize a frog by placing it on its back and gently stroking its stomach
  • Dragonflies and Damselflies form a heart with their tails when they mate
  • Narwhal tusks are really an "inside out" tooth
  • A rhinoceros' horn is made of hair
  • Only the males are called Peacocks. Females are called Peahens
  • Female lions do 90 percent of the hunting
  • Elephants are the only animal that can't jump
  • Capuchin monkeys pee on their hands to wash their feet
  • The mantis shrimp has the world's fastest punch
  • Slugs have four noses
  • The Chevrotain is an animal that looks like a tiny deer with fangs
  • Ghost crabs growl using teeth in their stomachs
  • The fingerprints of a koala are so indistinguishable from humans that they have on occasion been confused at a crime scene
  • Studies have shown that wild chimps in Guinea drink fermented palm SAP, Which contains about 3% alcohol by volume
  • Prairie dogs kiss
  • A snail can sleep for three years
  • The Peacock Mantis Shrimp can throw a punch at 50 MPH, Accelerating quicker than a .22-caliber bullet
  • Parrots will selflessly help each other out
  • The heart of a shrimp is located in its head
  • Trained Pigeons can tell the difference between the paintings of Pablo Picasso and Claude Monet
  • Koala fingerprints are so close to humans' that they could taint crime scenes
  • Animals generate 30 times more waste than humans which is 1.4 billion tons every year.
  • The flamingo can only eat when its head is upside down.
  • Male rabbits are called “bucks,” females are “does.”
  • Even a small amount of alcohol placed on a scorpion will make it go crazy and sting itself to death!
  • It is much easier for dogs to learn spoken commands if they are given in conjunction with hand signals or gestures.
  • To escape the grip of a crocodile’s jaw, push your thumb into its eyeballs-it will let you go instantly.
  • Canis lupus lupus is the scientific name for a grey wolf.
  • During World War II, Americans tried to train bats to drop bombs.
  • A housefly hums in the key of F.
  • A single elephant tooth can weigh as much as 9 pounds.
  • Alligators generally live between 30 & 50 years.
  • The scientific name of the red fox is Vulpes vulpes.
  • The average fox weighs 14 pounds.
  • The sentence “The quick brown fox jumps over a lazy dog.” uses every letter of the alphabet.
  • Cows can sleep standing up, but they can only dream lying down.
  • If you keep a goldfish in a dark room, it will become pale!
  • If you lift a kangaroo’s tail off the ground it can’t hop – they use their tails for balance.
  • For every human in the world there are one million ants.
  • Blue-eyed lemurs are one of two (non-human) primates to have truly blue eyes.
  • The only mammals to undergo menopause are elephants, humpback whales and human females.
  • Some male songbirds sing more than 2,000 times each day.
  • The leg bones of a bat are so thin that out of the 1,200 species of bats, only 2 can walk on ground. These are the Vampire bat and the Burrowing bat.
  • The bat is the only mammal that can fly.
  • In Alaska it is illegal to whisper in someone’s ear while they’re moose hunting.
  • Snakes are carnivores, which means they only eat animals, often small ones such as insects, birds, frogs and other small mammals.
  • There is an average of 50,000 spiders per acre in green areas.
  • Deer have no gall bladders.
  • On average, dogs have better eyesight than humans, although not as colorful.
  • Turtles, water snakes, crocodiles, alligators, dolphins, whales, and other water going creatures will drown if kept underwater too long.
  • The world’s smallest dog was a Yorkshire Terrier, which weighed just four ounces.
  • The female lion does ninety percent of the hunting.
  • A lion in the wild usually makes no more than twenty kills a year.
  • Ostriches can run faster than horses, and the males can roar like lions.
  • A newborn Chinese water deer is so small it can almost be held in the palm of the hand.
  • Gorillas can catch human colds and other illnesses.
  • Tardigrades can survive in space and go without eating for more than 10 years.
  • Sheep can recognise faces.
  • Some corvids (crows, rooks, ravens etc,) can understand physics.
  • Some albatrosses are lesbians.
  • The Japanese Spider Crab has the longest leg span of any arthropod.
  • The box jellyfish is considered the most venomous marine species in the world.
  • The blood ‘Dracula ant’ has the fastest recorded animal movement when it snaps its mandible.
  • Greenland sharks are the longest living vertebrates on earth, with one individual thought to be over 400 years old
  • Koala’s have fingerprints almost identical to human.
  • The largest insect to ever live was a “dragonfly” with a wingspan of over 75cm (2 and a half feet) across.
  • Sperm whales are the world’s largest predator.
  • Japanese Macaques play with snowballs for fun.
  • The Edible Dormouse (Glis glis) is able to hibernate the longest – up to 11-months of the year when food availability is low.
  • The Alpine Swift is able to stay airborne for over 6 months without touching down.
  • A Rhinoceros‘s horns are made of ‘keratin’, the same type of protein that makes up hair and fingernails.
  • A tigers rear legs are so powerful, that they have been found remaining to stand even after death.
  • Only 5% of cheetah cubs survive to adulthood.
  • The most venonmous fish in the world is the 30cm Stonefish.
  • The smell of a skunk is powerful enough for a human to smell it up to 3.5 miles (5.6 km) away.
  • The Naked Mole-Rat can live in an almost zero oxygen atmosphere.
  • Great white sharks can detect a drop of blood in 25 gallons (100 litres) of water and can even sense tiny amounts of blood from 3 miles (5 km) away.
  • The little known pangolin is the worlds most poached and trafficked animal.
  • Giant anteaters consume up to 35,000 ants and termites in a single day.
  • Polar bears have jet black skin under their white fur coats.
  • More than half of all pigs in the world are kept by farmers in China.
  • The dementor wasp paralyses cockroaches with venom to its head, turning them into a zombie-like state. The toxins leave the cockroach unable to control its own movements, which incredibly makes it run into the wasps nest to meet its demise.
  • An ostrich legs are so powerful that their kicks can kill a lion.
  • Giraffes are the tallest land animal in the world, reaching heights of 19ft (5.8 m). The ostrich is the world’s tallest bird. It can grow up to 9 feet (2.7m) tall.
  • Grey-headed Albatross can circle the globe in only 46 days.
  • White-tailed jackrabbits are the greatest land jumpers, having been recorded leaping an astonishing 21ft (6.4m) vertically.
  • The aptly named colossal squids eyes are as large as a basketball.
  • There is an average of 50,000 spiders per acre in green areas.
  • The howler monkey is the loudest land animal. Its calls can be heard from 3 miles (5 km) away.
  • The loudest animal relative to size is the Water Boatman, which measures at just 12mm long, but can produce 99 dB of sound by rubbing its genitalia across its abdomen.
  • Pufferfish can contain a tetrodoxin, a toxin that is up to 1,200 times more deadly than cyanide to humans. There is enough toxin in one pufferfish to kill 30 adult humans, and there is no known antidote.
  • The male seahorse goes through pregnancy and gives birth to babies. They are the only animal on earth where the male carries the baby rather than the female.
  • A flea can jump distances 200 times their body length.
  • The Giant Pacific Octopus has 3 hearts, 9 brains and blue blood.
  • Axolotl (Mexiavn walking fish) are able to regenerate lost limbs and body organs.
  • The Nile crocodiles jaws can apply 5,000 pounds of pressure per square inch – the strongest bite of any animal in the world.
  • Baby elephants suck their trunks for comfort.
  • The fastest land animal on the planet is a cheetah. It can reach speeds of up to 75 mph (120 kph).
  • The longest living, verified animal is a Madagascar radiated tortoise, which died at an age of 188 years in May 1965.
  • A Blue Whales tongue can weigh as much as a car, or a small adult elephant.
  • Panda’s must eat 25 – 90 pounds (12-38 kg) of bamboo every day to meet their energy needs.
  • Cows poo up to 15 times a day, which can be as much as 115 pounds of manure per day, or approximately 21 tons per year.
  • A group of parrots is known as a pandemonium.
  • Even after having its head cut off, a cockroach can still live for weeks.
  • Swifts spend most of their lives flying in the air, and can fly for almost an entire year, without ever landing.
  • Koalas can sleep for up to 22 hours a day.
  • The pangolin is able to roll up into an armour-plated ball, so lions can’t eat them.
  • Little is known about the elusive Giant squid, however the largest squid ever found measured over 50 feet and weighed nearly a tonne.
  • Roosters prevent themselves from going deaf due to their own loud crowing, by tilting their head backs when they crow, which covers their ear canal completely, serving as a built-in ear-plug.
  • The horned lizard is able to shoot blood from it’s own eyes, up to a distance of 3 feet away. The rather bizarre and disgusting act is a defensive mechanism to confuse predators.
  • The shortest living animal in the world is the Mayfly. It’s entire lifespan is just 24hrs.
  • There are more than 1.4 billion insects for EACH HUMAN on the planet, according to recent estimates.
  • The worlds deadliest animal isn’t a shark, bear or tiger, but something far smaller – the mosquito. According to the World Health Organization, 725,000 people are killed each year from mosquito-borne diseases, such as Malaria, dengue fever and yellow fever.
  • The Inland Taipan (also known as, the Western Taipan) is the most venomous snake in the world. A single bite contains enough venom to kill at least 100 fully grown men, and can kill within just 30 minutes, if left untreated.
  • Dolphins use toxic pufferfish to ‘get high’.
  • Hummingbirds are the only known birds that can also fly backwards.
  • . Otters “hold hands” while sleeping, so they don’t float away from each other.
  • Flamingos are not pink. They are born grey, their diet of brine shrimp and blue green algae contains a natural pink dye called canthaxanthin that makes their feathers pink.
  • The loudest animal in the world is a mere 2cm long, prawn. The Pistol Shrimp is capable of snapping it’s claw shut so rapidly, that it creates a bubble which collapses to produce a sonic blast, louder than a Corncode’s sonic boom.


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