Curiosities about animals that will leave you amazed

The animal world is full of secrets and mysteries that continue to fascinate and surprise us.

From the camel to the lion, from the dolphin to the snail to the mighty elephant, each species hides incredible characteristics and unique details, sometimes almost incomprehensible to our common sense.

Get ready to discover animal curiosities ranging from the amusing to the astonishing, the bizarre to the inexplicable.

An exciting journey that will leave you amazed and make you appreciate even more the unsurpassed beauty of the animal kingdom.

Dolphins do not have gills, but lungs. They therefore need to return to the surface every so often to take in air, but can remain apnoea for an incredibly long time. They also have such developed hearing that they can hear sounds 20 km away.
Di Yathin S Krishnappa - Opera propria, CC BY-SA 3.0,
Elephants are unable to jump or gallop; in addition, elephants can sense seismic signals through their feet, legs, back bones, and middle ear.
During a dust storm, camels tighten their nostrils, blocking them so that the sand does not penetrate their noses.
Lions roar in unison for the purpose of socialisation, but also to mark their territory, as they can be heard up to 8 kilometres away. In addition, some lions can breed up to 50 times a day.
Land snails have an average lifespan of about 6-7 years, but some species can live up to 25 years. Another curious thing about snails is the number of their noses. In fact, snails have four noses: two for breathing and two for sniffing.
Giraffes have no vocal cords and communicate by vibrating the air around their necks.
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