The Most Dangerous Zoo Animal is a Zebra
Zebras are responsible for more injuries to U.S. zookeepers than any other animal.
What is the Most Venomous Marine Animal?
The Blue-ringed octopus is one of the world's most venomous marine animals: it can kill you in one bite, there is no antivenom.
What is National Animal of Canada?
The North American Beaver is the national animal of Canada.
What is Llamas Scientific Name?
The scientific name of the llama is 'lama glama.'
What is National Animal of Brazil?
Hyacinth macaw – The world's largest parrot species is blue and yellow, which is why many people use it as a symbol of Brazil.
Why Did They Kill Zoo Animals During the War?
London Zoo killed all their venomous animals in case the zoo was bombed and the animals escaped.
Dogs and Elephants Understand Pointing
Dogs and elephants are the only animals that seem to instinctively understand pointing.
How Loud is the Blue Whale?
The blue whale can produce the loudest sound of any animal. At 188 decibels, the noise can be detected over 800 km (500 mi) away.
What is the Status of the California Grizzly Bear?
California's official state animal, the California grizzly bear, is extinct.
Climate Change as Threat to 1 in 6 Species
Global warming could drive to extinction as many as 1 in 6 animal and plant species.
Domestic Cats Never Forgive
Research has shown that domestic cats never forgive. They fail to show signs of reconciliation like other animals do.
What’s the Tallest Animal in the World?
Giraffes are the tallest animals in the world. Males can grow up to 18 feet (5.5 meters) tall.
Killing 1,776 Animals Every Second
Humans are killing 1,776 animals for food every second.
What is National Animal of Argentina?
The Rufous hornero is the national animal of Argentina.
Why Do Animals Avoid Pylons?
Animals avoid power lines because they see frightening ultraviolet flashes that are invisible to humans.
Can Animals Be Convicted of a Crime?
Animals, including pigs, horses, and even insects, could be tried and convicted of crimes for several centuries across many parts of Europe.