Facts about guppies

Guppies, like most viviparous fish, are representatives of the Poecilia¬†family. Thanks to selective and complex breeding, their unique characteristics were created. A variety of tail colors, body colors, spots on the body and tail, and a variety of tail shapes lead to the appearance of an almost infinite number of color variations. The tail of […]

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Facts about hares

Hares are sweet animals. Rabbits belong to rabbits, at least, biologists say, but for most people the hare is a long-eared forest runner, instantly hiding out of sight as soon as he perceives any danger. In addition, the hare occupies a place of honor in the folklore of many peoples. Hares¬†can be found on all […]

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Facts about honey bees

Honey is one of the greatest gifts of nature. It is believed that this is the only food product containing all the substances necessary for human life: a mixture of different sugars, salts and proteins. To create such a product is not at all easy: a whole colony of bees, tens of thousands of insects […]

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Facts about howler monkeys

Howler monkeys are held by family groups in the crowns of trees. All day the monkeys travel through the branches of trees in search of food, and in the evening the whole pack goes to rest in the midst of low trees. Early in the morning you can hear loud cries, which they denote their […]

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Facts about dormouse

Dormouse is a smart animal, she quickly climbs the trunk of the tree up and down, can jump from branch to branch even at a distance of 10 m. Some anatomical features of the structure of paws help her to move; Movable fingers and brushes, by which she deftly grasps even the thinnest twigs. Dormouse […]

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Facts about dugongs

  Dugongs like to travel and can swim a distance of about a thousand kilometers, without any apparent reason. They would have swum more, if they had not become victims of collisions with sea vessels and motor boats. Most often they decide on such trips because they lack the necessary amount of feed in their […]

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Facts about caimans

Caiman is the genus of the reptilian family of Alligators from the Crocodiles. Caimans are common in Central and South America. In translation from Spanish, “caiman” means “alligator, crocodile”. Caimans are very similar to alligators. Alligators are distinguished by the presence of bone abdominal armor. Caimans can exist exclusively in pure and fresh water, while […]

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Facts about capybaras

Capybaras are animals from the rodent family. They are found in Central and South America, inhabiting areas with water. The capybaras live in family groups from 4 to 20 individuals. The animal feeds exclusively on grass. Capybaras are very interesting and harmless animals, possessing a calm temper and character. Learn more about them from your […]

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Facts about caracals

Caracal (steppe lynx) is a predatory mammal of the cat family. For a long time, the caracal was referred to the lynx, on which it resembled externally, but a number of genetic features identified it as a separate genus. Despite this, the caracal is closer to the lynx than other cats. Outwardly resembles a lynx, […]

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Facts about centipedes

The centipede is a fast, predatory invertebrate, which is usually around the waning matter all over the world. Millipedes are not only carnivores, but the centipede’s bite also contains poison, which means that a centipede kills it before sacrificing it. Despite its name, and the general concept, the centipede has 100 feet, this is actually […]

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Facts about chihuahuas

Archaeological evidence suggests that the Chihuahuas were buried with people in ancient Mexico and in parts of the United States. There is an opinion that these dogs were considered sacred among the ancient Mexican people. The folklore of the inhabitants of that time connected these animals with the worship of deities. Another interesting fact about […]

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Facts about cranes

Cranes like to nest on wetlands of land somewhere near the plowed fields. The cranes feed on sprouts, buds, and plant seeds. The rhizomes of plants are a gastronomic delicacy for them. Sometimes, insects, molluscs, worms, frogs, and sometimes small fishes fall into the menu of winged gourmets. The species is known since the time […]

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