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Animal Facts


Some animals have an interesting behaviour or shape that sometimes make us laugh or sit silently in amazement. Here's some of them.


  • A tarsier's eye is actually bigger than its brain.
  • Lobsters and shrimps come in many colours, including blue, red, and white. The white ones are albino shrimp, which doesn't turn red when cooked
  • A rhinoceros' horn is actually made up of its hair. The hair gathered in one place and hardened.
  • Cats have double retinas, so they can reflect the faintest of light at night. This makes you see that their eyes glow at night. They also have retractable claws, only letting them out when needed.
  • A raging shark has more testosterone than a charging elephant. Testosterones are male hormones that functions similiarly to adrenaline.
  • A kick from an ostrich is strong enough to rip off a lion's belly.
  • A grizzly bear's claw slash can pluck off an eye of a human.
  • A giant squid has a large eye, as big as a watermelon.
Images from Wikipedia