Monday, 2 October 2023
16 facts about White-browed tit-warbler
16 facts about White-browed tit-warbler
Leptopoecile sophiae
The white-browed tit-warbler is one of the most beautiful birds. Its amazing coloration causes admiration for nature and its possibilities. It inhabit ...

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Males are called dogs or boars, and females are called bitches or sows.
Giant otters can swim at a top speed of 14 kph.
Aye-ayes are solitary creatures.
They won’t be observed grooming other individuals, however, male territories often overlap and they ...
Kiwi bird
Their feathers evolved into a structure resembling hair.
Javan hawk-eagle
It is an endemic species of Indonesia.
It can be encountered in tropical forests of the island of Java.
Tawny frogmouth
So, what differs frogmouths from owls?
First of all – legs. Owls have massive talons and strong legs because they catch prey with them. Fro ...
Crested gecko
There are many skin color groups occurring in wilderness, including various shades of yellow, orange, brown, grey or red, that form three color morphs – pattern-less, white-fringed and tiger.
Crested geckos bred in captivity have many color morphs absent in the wild, such as the harlequin.
Gila monster
It will also feed on small organisms, such as hares, mice, squirrels, birds, frogs, lizards, or snakes.
Depending on the size of the prey, it can be crushed first, or eaten alive, starting with the head.
Red panda
The red panda has a pseudo-thumb.
At first, it evolved to aid with tree climbing but later adapted to support their bamboo diet.
The first description of the animal was made by George Shaw, describing it as a most unusual mammalian specimen.
The animal was given the official scientific name Ornithorhynchus anatinus, which means in Greek "bird's mouth", and from the Latin adjective anatinus - "duck".