10 Amazing Facts About Animals

10) Facts of Humming Birds

10 Amazing Facts About Animals

Fact#1- They make a humming noise by flapping of their wings so fast (about 80 times per second) by this behavior their name comes as Humming Bird.

Fact#2- Humming birds are the only birds that can fly backwards and their wings can beat at up to 80 times per second.

Fact#3- Humming birds can fly right, left, up, down, backwards, and even upside down.

Fact#4- They obtain nectar from the center of long, tubular flowers from their long tapered and specialized bill.

9) Facts of Sea horse

Sea_horse

Fact#1- The name comes from the facial characteristics that are similar but they aren’t related to any real horses.

Fact#2- The slowest fish is the seahorse, which moves along at about 0.01 mph.

Fact#3- Both eyes of a seahorse are able to move independently of each other.

Fact#4- A seahorse doesn’t have teeth and even they don’t have a stomach. They have to eat constantly due to the fast process of digestion.

8) Facts of Ostrich

Ostriches

Fact#1- The Ostrich is not able to fly because of its weight and it is the world’s largest bird.

Fact#2- The male ostriches can roar like lions and Ostriches can run faster than horses.

Fact#3- Ostriches have three stomachs.

Fact#4- Their eggs are the largest of any living bird at 15cm long.

7) Facts of Giraffe

Giraffes

Fact#1- Their tongues are blue-black in color and Giraffes have no vocal cords.

Fact#2- Giraffes spend most of their lives standing up; they even sleep and give birth standing up.

Fact#3- Giraffes only need 5 to 30 minutes of sleep in a 24-hour period.

Fact#4- A giraffe’s neck is too short to reach the ground. As a result, it has to awkwardly spread its front legs or kneel to reach the ground for a drink of water.

6) Facts of Beaver

Beavers

Fact#1- Beavers can grow to be up to 8 feet long and have weight of 200 pounds.

Fact#2- Beavers’ teeth never stop growing; they constantly gnaw on objects to keep them at a manageable length. Their teeth would eventually grow into their brain if they didn’t maintain them.

Fact#3- Beavers use their stiff, broad tails like rudders for balance while sitting on land or to steer under water.

Fact#4- They also use their tails to slap the water as a warning of danger, or a warning to keep away.

 
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Nabeel Ahmed

Nabeel Ahmed

Director Entertainment at ProLinked Magazine