ANIMAL CURIOSITIES

Amazing curiosities about animals

The animal kingdom is full of wonders and oddities that characterise different species. 

Did you know, for example, that when a giraffe gives birth to a baby, it falls from a height of 2 metres without suffering any damage? Or did you know that some lions are able to reproduce up to 50 times a day?

No matter how much knowledge we have about animals, there is always something new to discover. Let's look together at some curiosities about animals that will probably surprise you.

(Source: focusjunior.co.uk)

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Curiosities from the animal world
The animal kingdom is full of wonders and oddities that characterise different species. Did you know, for example, that when a giraffe gives birth to a baby, it falls from a height of 2 metres without suffering any damage? Or did you know that some lions are able to reproduce up to 50 times a day? No matter how much knowledge we have about animals, there is always something new to discover. Let's look together at some curiosities about animals that will probably surprise you. (Source: focusjunior.co.uk)
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1. Snails and their noses
Snails have four noses: 2 for breathing and 2 for sniffing
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2. Lions a la reproduction
Incredible but true: some lions are able to reproduce up to 50 times a day
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3. How do camels protect themselves from storms?
Camels have 3 eyebrows to protect themselves from sandstorms.
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4. Giraffes and the birth of their young
When a giraffe gives birth to a baby, it falls from a height of 2 metres without suffering any damage, because the mother gives birth standing up.
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5. Which animal can watch its back?
The only two animals that can look over their shoulders are parrots and rabbits.
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6. Kangaroos and their jumps
If you lift a kangaroo's tail, it will lose its ability to jump as it uses it to balance its weight.
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7. Dolphins and their incredible hearing
Dolphins' hearing is incredibly sensitive to the extent that they can perceive sounds from a distance of 20 km.
Could a small elephant jump?
This is unfortunately impossible, elephants are the only mammals that cannot jump
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