Wednesday, 6 December 2023
12 facts about capybaras
12 facts about capybaras
The world’s largest rodent and social media star
The capybara, the largest rodent known to us today, is an animal with a very pleasant disposition and appearance, living both an aquatic and terrestri ...

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Bull snake
Bull snakes are diurnal reptiles.
They use sunlight to warm their bodies so can be encountered while basking in the sun. With proper body temperature they are ready to seek for food.
Quokka (Setonix brachyurus), also called a short-tailed scrub wallaby, is a marsupial of the Setonix genus.
It belongs to the macropod family and is the only representative of the Setonix genus.
Hawksbill sea turtle
Hawksbills live for an average of 50 to 60 years.
Brown recluse spider
Brown recluse spider is native to southern and central United States.
Sea otter
At least one million sea otters were killed before the hunting ban was imposed.
Alligator snapping turtle
The alligator snapping turtle reaches sexual maturity at approximately 12 years of age.
Gila monster
The young typically enter the brumation after hatching.
The average size of a hatchling is 15 centimeters long. It is fully independent, which includes the ability to use its venom straight away.
They are herbivores, the basis of their diet are leaves of trees and grass, but they also eat buds, fruits and mushrooms.
It can reach a maximum speed of 55 kph.
Southern cassowary
Juvenile cassowaries do not have a helmet.
Bird's casque starts to develop after the first year of life.