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Weirdest Facts About Animals

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The world of animals is vast, colorful, curious and weird in its natural perfection… Much of the strange and curious news comes from the animal world…

Trying to collect the most bizarre things about animals is a difficult task… We will limit ourselves today to the weirdest facts of animals that you may not know… Today we present you top 8 weirdest facts about animals… They are so strange as to seem almost unreal…

Number 8

Koalas fingerprints are very similar to those of humans

That’s right! Whatever you have heard is actually true. Koala, the lovely little creature that climbs trees with cute babies on their back, have fingerprints that are almost identical to the human ones… And it is extremely difficult to distinguish even under a microscope… Also, the fingerprints of chimpanzees and gorillas are incredibly similar to that of humans…

Number 7

There are no snakes in Ireland

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Everyone’s heard the basic story: There are no snakes in Ireland because St. Patrick drove them away. While that’s not entirely true… Ireland became an island long before snakes appeared on Earth. During periods of glaciation, men and animals were able to reach the green island. With the exception of snakes, who have not deigned to set foot on this too cold land…

Indeed, snakes are cold-blooded reptiles who do not tolerate this kind of climate. The legend of Saint Patrick chasing snakes out of Ireland would therefore be only a tale…

Number 6

How big is the Blue Whale?

Okay, we know the blue whale is a very big animal. Even the largest creature on earth. But how big is it? To ease your perspective, the blue whale’s tongue is as heavy as an adult elephant… Can you believe that..? That’s just a tongue. Can you imagine how big the blue whale is..?

Number 5

Failure to shave a sheep can cause its death

Too much wool on the poor sheep’s back seriously damage his health… But why is this so..? Sheep’s wool is a fiber whose growth is continuous… An un-shaved sheep brings in a pile of dirty, damp, and moldy wool on its skin thus creating health problems…

Cutting also prevent the growth of bacteria and other organisms. For lambs, trimming their mother would be essential for their survival, allowing them to quickly have access to mother’s milk…

Finally, the small furry animal would not tolerate temperatures above 25 degrees. It would therefore be preferable to remove the excess wool which could make him suffocate all summer…

Number 4

Super Long Salamander in China

Salamanders generally measure between 10 and 20 cm. But in China, this amphibian can grow up to 1.8 meters long! This animal emits a kind of substance that smells like pepper… Apart from that, they also have extra wide skin… The function is that they can absorb oxygen more efficiently because they absorb oxygen from the skin! Cool, right..?

Number 3

Transparent fish

A man was so surprised to find a transparent fish when fishing with his son… But, did you know that this fish is actually commonly found..? These fishes are called “SALP” and they can almost be found in any sea, but they are the most widely driven around Antarctica…

These fishes swim near the surface of the sea and filter plankton and bacteria through their bodies as food… They are interrelated and elongated. Even cooler, they help filter carbon dioxide from the environment suppressing the effects of global warming…

Number 2

Legend Bull

In 1979, a legendary bull was born… This bull named Starbuck weighs 1170 kilograms… Not only that, this bull is reportedly very handsome and exemplary… The weirdest fact is that his sperm was sold for a total of 25 million dollars over several years…

This legendary bull died in 1998… But thanks to his sperm, he already has more than 200,000 offspring and his genes have been cloned more than once…

Number 1

Super Strong Spider Web

Darwin’s spider bark lives in Madagascar and is known to have a super strong spider web… Their net is the strongest biological material ever known to man… The net they made was even stronger than Kevlar, which is the material used to make bullet proof cloths…

This type of spider has been documented to weave their webs up to 2 city buses… You will never want to get caught in their net, so watch your path while exploring the forest… They also have a habit of wrapping two prey insects together…

Conclusion

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