The existence of animals is one of the world’s most important element. They play crucial roles on earth, they are able to live side by side with human, they have even become the symbols for various traits admired by humans. The following are interesting animal facts the animal kingdom has to offer.
Bears Have Been Picky Eaters
There are a total of 8 bear species from around the world. The hungriest for meat out of all species is the Polar bear that dwells in the Arctic. Low-temperature environment is the main cause for this kind of bear to become the most carnivorous among other species. Meanwhile, the Giant Panda is the species that desire for salad the most. The species that dwells in China is reported as carnivorous species yet it mainly depends on bamboo to fulfill its nutrients.
Ants Have Super-Ant Strength
Ants tend to be ridiculously powerful and way stronger than you can ever imagine. They are able to carry 10 to 50 times their very own body weight and the range of ants can hold an object can vary depending on which species. This astonishing toughness is likely to be an effect from its small size allowing ants’ muscles to have a greater cross-sectional area relative to their body size enabling them to gain more force than larger animals.
Lion Does Not Actually Rule the Jungle
Despite being called as the king of the jungle, Lions mainly live in savanna. But the tittle ‘king’ does not come out of the blue, Lions are known to compete with one another for pride as the scar and injury on male Lion are obtained from fighting instead of hunting for prey. This also causes male Lions to have tendency of shorter age compared to female Lions which can live about five years longer than the male.
Jaguar Does Not Hate Water
In a stark contrast to other kind of cats, Jaguar does not loathe water. Instead, it loves to simply play on water, hunt fishes, or even bathing after a long day of hunting. Armed with muscular forearms and shoulders as well as powerful jaws, jaguar master almost every kind of hunting situation like climbing, swimming, and running on an open field.
Penguin Is a Skillful Mariner
Known as a flightless bird, Penguin is good at swimming instead. It spends half of its time offshore and the rest on the ground. The black and white plumage on Penguin body serves as camouflage while it goes swimming because their predators are all coming from water like marine. It means that Penguin is only venerable on the water while most of its feeding dwells on the water.
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