Animals Facts

Cats' Whiskers
Cats' Whiskers

A cat uses its whiskers to determine if a space is too small to squeeze through.

Zebra and Ostrich
Zebra and Ostrich

Zebra have poor eyesight, and ostriches have poor hearing. These two have formed a symbiotic relationship through communicating and warning each other of danger.

The Tallest Dog
The Tallest Dog

Zeus, a kind of Great Dane, was named the world's tallest dog by the Guinness World Records in 2011.

The Onagadori
The Onagadori

The Onagadori is a historic Japanese breed of chicken characterized by an exceptionally long tail.

The Giant Anteater
The Giant Anteater

The giant anteater, also known as the ant bear, is the biggest of its family, 182 to 217 cm (5.97 to 7.12 ft) in length.

Albino Alligators
Albino Alligators

There is a rare pair of albino alligators and their albino babies in the "Wild Florida" animal park.

Drunken Australian Parrots
Drunken Australian Parrots

An Australian parrot, called the rainbow lorikeet, routinely gets drunk due to fermented crimson flower nectar from the Weeping Boer-bean tree.

Hippos Cannot Swim
Hippos Cannot Swim

Though hippos move easily through the water, they can't actually swim. These animals glide through the water by pushing themselves off other objects.

Black Dragon Fish
Black Dragon Fish

There is fish called the Black Dragon that looks like an alien from movies.