Animals Facts

The Biological Age of Crocodiles
The Biological Age of Crocodiles

Crocodiles don’t die from biological aging. Instead, they continue to grow and grow until some external factor causes them to die.

Odd-Eyed Cat
Odd-Eyed Cat

Odd-eyed cats have a striking condition called "heterochromia iridis" which means irises in different colors. They typically have one blue eye, and the other is either green, brown, or yellow.

Drone Bee
Drone Bee

Male bees die after having sex.

Jaguar's Hallucination
Jaguar's Hallucination

A jaguar sometimes appears to be experiencing the hallucinogenic effects of yage, a vine that contains harmaline and other beta-carbolines.

Hermaphrodite Shrimps
Hermaphrodite Shrimps

Shrimps are all born male but slowly grow into females.

Honey Bees
Honey Bees

Honey bees die after they sting a mammal.

Swedish Vallhund
Swedish Vallhund

Swedish Vallhund is a smart and sociable herder of dense coat and boundless energy. They also look like mini wolfs.

The Communication of Bats
The Communication of Bats

Bats are known to address individuals when they communicate. Most species just make broad communication sounds, while bats can have conversations one-on-one.

Squids
Squids

A squid has eight arms arranged in pairs and two, usually longer, tentacles.