Macrocephalon Maleo

Link #141: Maleos Use Volcanic Heat for Incubating Their Eggs!

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101 Facts – Polar Animals

101 Facts... Polar Animals! by IP Factly Over 101 amazing facts about these tough and highly adapted animals. Contents Introduction What Are the Earth’s Poles? Life in the Polar Regions Keeping Warm Finding Food Other Adaptations Antarctic Animals...
Horned Lizard

Some horned lizards can squirt blood from their eyes.

  When some horned lizards are threatened, they are able to restrict the blood flow from their heads. This causes the blood vessels around their eyes to rupture and as...

Crocodiles cannot stick out their tongues.

  Most animals can move their tongues around and even stick them out but crocodiles can't. Their tongues are kept in place by a special membrane at the bottom of...
Channel catfish

Link #36: Catfish Have 100,000 Taste Buds!

Link #36: Catfish Have 100,000 Taste Buds! Despite what you may think about your darling pet dog, a dog’s sense of taste is about six times less than that of...

Link #88: There Was Once a Bird That Ate Horses!

  Link #88: There Was Once a Bird That Ate Horses! If you just think about the various methods and techniques that we have devised for hunting down the ages, you'll...
prehistoric_horses_Mesohippus

Link #89: The Earliest Horses Were Equal to Today’s Ducks in Size!

  Link #89: The Earliest Horses Were Equal to Today’s Ducks in Size! In prehistoric times, it seems that the horse species had a very eventful time. In our last post,...

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