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Surprising Facts About How Elephant

Surprising Facts About How Elephant

Surprising Facts About How Elephant Traits Resemble Human Behavior We know that elephants are the largest and most powerful creatures on earth. They have large fan-like ears and a long trunk with which they make a trumpet sound. Children feel that elephants are not afraid because of their size. They will be surprised to learn that elephants avoid crawling insects and branches infested with insects. They are even afraid of bees. So African farmers breed bees to avoid elephants invading their crops. Elephant behaviour is similar to humans in many ways. They also deserve to be respected as human beings,…
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Why Is the Lion King of the Jungle?

Why Is the Lion King of the Jungle?

Why Is the Lion King of the Jungle? He is not the greatest of all cats. Siberian tigers are larger than African lions. In fact, he is not even the largest in the forest. There are many other animals like elephants and big rhinos. So why is the lion considered the king of the jungle? I wondered about this for a long time in my childhood. In fact, they are good people and live in groups called pride. There are about 10-15 lions proudly and of them, only 2-3 are fully grown lions. Some lions and lambs. A lot of…
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Bengal Tiger – Tiger Facts and Information

Bengal Tiger – Tiger Facts and Information

Bengal Tiger - Tiger Facts and Information Bengal Tigers are apex predators found throughout India, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal. There are about 2967 Bengal Tigers in India and over 3000 Bengal Tigers worldwide. The Bengal tigers account for more than half of the world Tiger population. Height-wise, the Bengal Tigers are 90-110cm and body length-wise, their range is 189cm-204cm. Their tail is 100cm-107cm in length. On average, the weight of the Bengal Tigers ranges from 116kg-164kgs for females and 200-261kg for males. Colour-wise, the Bengal Tigers depict a yellowish-orange colour with brown or black stripes, while their tail is white.…
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The African Lion – An Introduction to the 2nd Biggest Cat

The African Lion – An Introduction to the 2nd Biggest Cat

The African Lion The African lion is nothing if not a splendid beast; in fact, it is because of this that it has been conferred the title "King of Beasts" by several civilizations throughout the millennia. We will try to do the lion Justice in this short article, by considering facts about the lion that you may find to be of concern. Some of this evidence will cover what lions eat, at what point in their lives they commence to roar that thunderous roar well-known throughout the animal kingdom, as well as how important protein they get in their diets. The name of the lion is…
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Kangaroo: The Australian Symbol

Kangaroo: The Australian Symbol

Kangaroo Kangaroos are a symbol of Australia! These charming hoppy animals compensate for a lot of Australia's creature populace. KangarooThere's a great deal that individuals don't think about kangaroos, so we set up the best 15 realities about kangaroos! Kangaroos don't produce a lot of methane. Researchers have recognized an exceptional sort of bacterium in the stomachs of kangaroos that interact with their food without delivering methane. This outcome isn't just useful for the climate, it's more productive for the kangaroos to deal with their food. Specialists desire to contemplate these microbes to attempt to carry out it in livestock,…
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Meet with Australian Platypus

Meet with Australian Platypus

Meet with Australian Platypus Here are 10 fascinating realities about the platypus, one of nature's most incredible creatures.1. A platypus features a body like an otter, a bill and webbed feet sort of a duck, and a tail sort of a beaver.2. They live in Australia.3. Platypuses are nighttime. They rest during the day and are dynamic around nighttime.4. They go through as long as 12 hours every day chasing for food.5. Another exciting fact is Platypuses cover their eyes, nose, and ears while swimming. 6. When ashore, their webbed feet withdraw to uncover hooks that help them walk.7. Platypuses…
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