This planet is full of billions of other species that are completely different from one another. Every single creature has its unique and impressive features. So it is very important for the dominant specie ‘Human’ to know the traits and facts about animals and different species for a better understanding.
Here are some facts about animals and different species
Male Llamas Bites other Llamas testicles in Mating Season
Llamas are known to spit, but they are capable of much worse. They possess wickedly sharp fighting teeth that the males use to rip each other’s testicles off to secure the title as the only fertile male in a herd.
Polar Bears don’t get Grey
Polar bears have black skin and colorless fur, so it doesn’t get gray with their age. Only their claws get grey with the age.
Not all snakes are poisonous – Facts about Animals and Different Species
All snakes have teeth, but poisonous, venomous snakes also have large hollow fangs for dispensing poison. If a snake looks like a sausage and its eyelids don’t move, it is not a snake, but a harmless, legless lizard.
Heart of a Shrimp
This is one of the unusual facts in animals and other species. The heart of a shrimp is located in its head. But if we will base it on the exact anatomy of a shrimp, its heart is located on its thorax just after the head.
Fingerprints of Koala
The fingerprints of a koala are so indistinguishable from humans that they have on occasion been confused at a crime scene.
Penguin Urine – Facts about Animals and Different Species
Do you Know that nearly three percent of the ice in Antarctic glaciers is penguin urine?
The horns are made of keratin, the same type of protein that makes up hair and fingernails.
Giraffes have no Vocal Chords
Giraffes do have a larynx (voice box), but perhaps they couldn’t produce sufficient airflow through their 13-foot long (4 meters) trachea to vibrate their vocal folds and make noises.