Interesting Facts About Animals .

Tigers have stripes on their body which are as unique as a fingerprint. Now some of you might be wondering, what is unique about a fingerprint. Well, no one else in the world has the exact same set of ridges and lines that you have on your fingers. Not even identical twins have the same fingerprints.
 Cats are not capable of tasting sugar. Therefore, nature also didn’t have them taste buds (taste buds are sensory organs that are found on your tongue and allow you to experience tastes)
Crocodiles have generally a very larger age. They can live up to 30 years. Even science proves that crocodiles reach their growth limit until the age of 33.
Chameleons Can Move Their Eyes in Different Directions at the Same Time.
Deer have no gall bladders.
During World War 2, Americans tried to train bats to through bombs but unfortunately, they failed. 
Ants do not possess lungs. In addition, they also do not sleep. 
A whale heart beats only 9 times a minute, compared to humans 40 – 60 times a minute. 
Mouses ain’t too clever, is it? You can decide yourself by knowing that the mouse eats it’s on the tail while starving. 
Moles are very well known for their digging ability. But are you aware that how many feet’s a mole can dig in one night? Almost 300 feet’s! 
Cat owners are likely to suffer heart attack 30 % less than those which do not possess them. This is because cats have a calming effect on their owners. 
 There are more than 3000 types of lice’s  around the world 
Frogs do not drink water. They absorb water through their skin which is not very well layered. 
A Blue Whales tongue can weigh as much as a car, or a small adult elephant.
A Blue Whales tongue can weigh approx. 2.7 tonnes, or 6,000 – 8,000 pounds (2,720 – 3,630 kg).
Squirrels possess something known as eye tube instead of the eyeball.
The very obvious fact that Elephants cannot jump. A bit hilarious for some as well. 
Whales are highly alerted. Even when they sleep, half of their brain is at rest while half is still awake monitoring the conditions around. 
Dolphins call each other by “name.” Research at the University of St. Andrews found that dolphins can call out to other dolphins by mimicking the distinct whistle of the dolphin they want.
Cows have a best friend and they are depressed when are separated. 
Tigers legs are so powerful that they can remain standing even when dead. 
Owls can rotate their head to 270 degrees at a time. 
Hyenas can crunch and digest bones, teeth’s and other hard materials 10 feet’s to catch their prey. 
Invertebrates do not have a backbone. 

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