Panda’s must eat 25 – 90 pounds (12-38 kg) of bamboo every day to meet their energy needs. This is because bamboo contains very little nutritional value, so they have to eat it in vast quantities to survive. Although the giant panda possesses the digestive system of a carnivore, they have evolved to depend almost …

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Penguins fly underwater. Rather, they swim so well underwater that it seems as if they are flying. Penguins can swim up to speeds of 25 mph. A snail has 2,500 teeth. These teeth can be found on their tongue that’s covered in ridges. Snails eat by rubbing their tongue on its food while the ridges …


EPISODE 8 (animal facts)

Mice actually do not like cheese! They prefer sweets if given the choice — they like to eat fruit, seeds, and grains! Did you know that gorillas, monkeys, bonobos, and other primates make a new nest to sleep in every night?! A flock of ravens is called a conspiracy. Dark stuff! Baby flamingos are born grey, not pink

Episode 6 ( animal facts?

1. Polar bear fur is actually clear, and their skin is black. 2. Baby flamingos are born grey, not pink. 3. A woodpecker’s tongue actually wraps all the way around its brain, protecting it from damage when it’s hammering into a tree. 4.Goats have accents. 5.Dolphins give names to each other.

Episode 5 (animal facts)

The heart of the blue whale, the largest animal on earth, is five feet long and weighs 400 pounds. The whale in total weighs 40,000 pounds. For comparison, an elephant’s heart weighs around 30 pounds. And a human heart? A mere 10 ounces. Cows don’t actually have four stomachs; they have one stomach with four …

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Episode 4 (animal facts)

Koala fingerprints are so close to humans’ that they could taint crime scenes. Ghost crabs growl using teeth in their stomachs. Female lions do 90 percent of the hunting. Thank for being here