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10 CAT FACTS (ANIMAL FACTS)

Cats and humans have nearly identical sections of the brain that control Emotions.   Cats can move both ears seprately and about 180 degrees around.  While cats are seen as having a lower social IQ then dogs, they can slove much more difficult congative problems. When they feel like it of course.  It was illegal to kill cats in ancient eygpt . Not …

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EP 16 ANIMAL FACTS

 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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EPISODE 10 ( ANIMAL FACTS)

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 …

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EPISODE 9 (ANIMAL FACTS)

The loudest animal in the world is a mere 2cm long, prawn. The Pistol Shrimp is capable of snapping it’s claw shut so rapidly, that it creates a bubble which collapses to produce a sonic blast, louder than a Corncode’s sonic boom. The worlds deadliest animal isn’t a shark, bear or tiger, but something far …

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EPISODE 7 (animal facts)

Giraffes don’t just have long necks: They have long tongues! Their tongues are between 18 and 20 inches long. Sea otters like to hold each other’s paws when they sleep, so they don’t drift apart while dreaming. How sweet is that?! Mice have pretty funny names: A female mouse is a doe and a male mouse is a buck. …

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Episode 7 (random facts)

The human body contains enough fat to make about seven bars of soap. Babies are born with more bones than adults. (Babies have 300 bones while adults only have 206.) Goosebumps developed to make our ancestors’ hair stand up, making them appear more threatening to predators. Did you know apples come from the same plant …

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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 6 ( random facts)

The founder of sportswear companies Puma and Adidas were brothers! Rudolf “Rudi” Dassler is the brain behind Puma, while his big bro Adolf “Adi” Dassler gave the world Adidas. Humans wouldn’t be able to taste food without saliva. The longest noodle ever made is more than 10,000 feet long. That’s almost two miles! Have fun …

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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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