Their snout is equipped with special electroreceptors called Ampullae of Lorenzini.
They use chemoreceptors in search of food.
Sloths are excellent swimmers.
The life expectancy of a red-necked wallaby in the wild is between nine and 15 years.
The first breeding farm of polar foxes was established in North America in 1897.
They are migratory birds and can travel a long distance.
Being an invasive species, sea lamprey found no natural predators, competitors, parasites, or pathogens in the Great Lakes.
They are good swimmers, and their swimming style is similar to that of dogs.
They are known for their characteristic shape of the head, protruding jaws and pink-colored body.
American robins are native to North America.
Males are more colorful than females.
Slow worm lizards overwinter in groups. They choose sheltered spaces such as burrows as wintering sites. One wintering site can hold up to 100 individuals.
Usually there are about 10 young lizards in single clutch.
Bacterial tests made from their blood are used on the International Space Station to check for the presence of unwanted microorganisms.
Their mussel is triangle-shaped, beige with dark brown stripes.
Bull snakes population Is decreasing due to disappearing grasslands which are crucial for their breeding.
The female produces 300 to 400 eggs.