Interesting animals facts

Animals
What's the difference between Salamanders and Lizards?
Very similar but completely different vertebrates
Narwhal
They feed mainly on squids, shrimps and fish.
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Great spotted woodpecker
They are medium-sized birds. Adult body length is 20 to 24 centimeters.
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Blue-Tongued Lizard
They may be also run over by car, motorcycle or bike as they often lay on the road while basking in the sun.
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What's the difference between Llamas and Alpacas?
Very similar and therefore often confused
Animals
18 facts about Black-headed python
Aspidites melanocephalus
Sand lizard
When hibernation is over, the breeding season begins. It lasts from May to June.
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Animals
13 facts about Zebra mussel
Dreissena polymorpha
Bull snake
Most of them are docile but when feel endangered they imitate rattlesnake behavior.
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26 facts about Brittle stars
Also known as serpent stars, or ophiuroids
Animals
19 facts about Goblin shark
Mitsukurina owstoni
Horseshoe crab
Blood is being extracted from living animals.
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Animals
20 facts about Leeches
Animals with unusual properties
Arctic fox
Most polar foxes do not survive the first year of their lives.
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Narwhal
Narwhal was first described in 1758 by the Swedish naturalist Karol Linnaeus in his work "Systema Naturae".
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Black-headed python
Typical adult individual measures from 1,5 to 2 meters in length. Females are slightly larger than males.
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Spinosaurus
While hunting, it might have use its tail to harm or stun its prey.
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Northern pike
The northern pike is olive-green in color, with a yellow or white tint running along the belly.
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Animals
20 facts about Sloth
The world’s slowest mammals
Sloth
Sloths are excellent swimmers.
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Leopard geckos
Its tail, which is as long as its body, serves as fat storage.
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Yellow spotted lizard
Contrary to popular opinion, they are not venomous reptiles.
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15 facts about Yellow spotted lizard
Lepidophyma flavimaculatum
Animals
20 facts about Leopard geckos
Also known as panther gecko
Southern cassowary
They live in northeastern Australia, New Guinea and Indonesia.
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Brown recluse spider
Brown recluse spiders lay eggs from May to July.
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Bird of Paradise
Male birds of paradise also cross interspecies boundaries in their amorous conquests.
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14 facts about Spinosaurus
Spinosaurus means "spine lizard."
Common cuckoo
A peculiarity of the cuckoo is its brood parasitism. They lay eggs in the nests of other birds.
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19 facts about Luna moth
One of the largest moths in North America.
Goblin shark
Because of their protruding jaws, many encountered specimens were classified as different species.
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17 facts about Bull snake
One of the largest snakes in Canada and United States.
Clownfish
Like most fish, clownfish reproduce externally.
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15 facts about Glass frogs
Also known as see-through frogs
Okapi
In 1987, the "Okapi Conservation Project" program was launched to protect these animals.
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