A mouse is an interesting animal that many people often do not know facts about them. However, with personal research, you will always be in a position to understand the different species of mice living around the world. Here are … Read more
1. The world’s rarest penguin species is the yellow-eyed penguin, only approximately 4,000 yellow-eyed penguins still live in the wild, they are an endangered species that can only be found in New Zealand.
2. There are 17 species of penguins in the … Read more
1. In 1935, Australia, fishman captured a 3.5-metre tiger shark, it vomited up another smaller shark which vomited up a human arm, the arm was used to solve a murder.
2. Megalodon, a giant shark which can reach the length of 14-18 meters (46 – 59 ft.) A Great … Read more
In Ahmedabad city, India, 38 years old businessman Rahul Thackreym has bought some donkeys to pull his new £53,000 Jaguar, since he says this is the only way to move the car, there are so many problems with the car … Read more
1. Due to ivory trade and the slaughter of elephants, the average tusk size of African/Asia elephants have decreased 50% since the 19th century. Poachers are more like to slaughter dominant male elephants(with bigger tusks), which allows smaller elephants with shorter tusks produce more babies. So the evolution occurred … Read more
Millie is not an ordinary cat, she is a rock-climbers like his owner Craig Armstrong, they all love rock climbing. Millie is unafraid of steep cliffs, she even could seek the high-ground out and challenge her companion Craig. According to her owner, Millie has all the qualities of … Read more
1. Lion’s worst enemy was small porcupine, many curious lions have to end up with porcupine’s sharp quills in their jaws for life.
2. In 2005, Ethiopia, three lions saved a girl from seven abductors. Check it out
3. Lions are the largest species of African cat family, but … Read more
Jacobin pigeons are not these ordinary birds that occasionally fly into your balcony, you will be amazed how fashionable they are at the sight of them. The feathered hood covers around their neck, which almost entirely hide their little cute head, they probably be the most fashionable bird … Read more
In Brittany, France, a flock of geese regard a human, a French microlight pilot Christian Moullec as ‘mother’. Every time when Christian Moullec flies his microlight to the sky, the birds are all following him, flying with the microlight in a perfect V-shape, the scene is really … Read more
1. Statistics show that tigers won most fights against lions, because they are much heavier than lions.
2. The tiger is the largest species of the cat family in nature. Siberian tigers can weigh up to 400 Kilograms.
3. A tiger roar can … Read more
In Iceland, a cat named Orvar returned to his owner Birkir Fjalar Viuarsson after having been lost for 7 years. It is known that Orvar preferred to go out rather than stay at home when Birkir decided to adopt a dog seven years … Read more
These fascinating photos are from Russian photographer Katerina Plotnikova, she took these beautiful photos using real animals, that looks dangerous, but don’t worry, there are two professional animal trainer at her side during the course of shooting, so set your heart at rest and … Read more
1. Mexican dish is one of the world-renowned cuisines. Enchiladas, tacos and burritos are all its popular dishes.
2. Mexico is the world’s largest salt producers.
3. Jaguar is North America’s largest wildcat, it can be found in Mexico’s southern … Read more
2. Almost 40% of adults in Africa are illiterate – two-thirds … Read more
This is an encouraging story.
The station master of Kishi Station (a small Japanese town) is a cat named Tama, she knows nothing about trains but has brought in $10.4million to the railway on the ragged edge of bankruptcy.
Seven years ago, the … Read more
Cats are very popular worldwide, they become our pets and friends since 9500 year ago, here are 16 interesting facts about cats you should know
1.Cats take almost 70 percent time of a day to sleep. When they are awake, they spent about 30 percent time on … Read more