They feed mainly on squids, shrimps and fish.
They are medium-sized birds. Adult body length is 20 to 24 centimeters.
They may be also run over by car, motorcycle or bike as they often lay on the road while basking in the sun.
When hibernation is over, the breeding season begins. It lasts from May to June.
Most of them are docile but when feel endangered they imitate rattlesnake behavior.
Blood is being extracted from living animals.
Most polar foxes do not survive the first year of their lives.
Narwhal was first described in 1758 by the Swedish naturalist Karol Linnaeus in his work "Systema Naturae".
Typical adult individual measures from 1,5 to 2 meters in length. Females are slightly larger than males.
While hunting, it might have use its tail to harm or stun its prey.
The northern pike is olive-green in color, with a yellow or white tint running along the belly.
Sloths are excellent swimmers.
Its tail, which is as long as its body, serves as fat storage.
Contrary to popular opinion, they are not venomous reptiles.
They live in northeastern Australia, New Guinea and Indonesia.
Brown recluse spiders lay eggs from May to July.
Male birds of paradise also cross interspecies boundaries in their amorous conquests.
A peculiarity of the cuckoo is its brood parasitism. They lay eggs in the nests of other birds.
Because of their protruding jaws, many encountered specimens were classified as different species.
Like most fish, clownfish reproduce externally.
In 1987, the "Okapi Conservation Project" program was launched to protect these animals.