Of all the species on this Earth, big cats are perhaps the most important for the ecosystems in which they live, regulating prey populations and structuring animal communities. Let’s take a look at 7 Largest Big Cats in the World and find out what makes them special.Read more
I’m willing to bet that you know that bees pollinate our crops and that some give us honey. But, there are a lot of fascinating facts about bees that you may or may not have known.
Stick around and let’s see what we can learn about the busy bee.Read more
From parks to backyard farms to flea market petting zoos chances are you have seen a duck. These waddling waterfowl are everywhere. But how much do you know about these web-footed feathered friends?
We present 10 Fun Facts About Ducks.Read more
Kids love elephants. And so do adults to be honest. They are some pretty interesting animals. But what facts do we know about these interesting Pachyderms? Let’s find out.Read more
There’s no denying that the Koala is one of the cutest animals on the face of the planet. And, although most people know that koalas live in Australia and eat eucalyptus leaves, there is so much more to know. Here’s the lowdown on the marsupials from Down Under.Read more
Life’s really is a beach for the Magellanic Penguin. It is a mid-sized black and white banded penguin that foregoes the frigid temps that we typically associate with penguins, for a toastier climate. It calls the coast of South America and the Falkland Islands home, and is closely related to the Galapagos, African and Humboldt penguins.Read more
Giraffes, the tallest land mammals on the planet. Characterized by its long legs, long neck, and distinctive spotted pattern, many people once believed the giraffe was a cross between a leopard and a camel. This is one of many amazing facts about our long-neck friendsRead more
When you think of penguins, you may picture them surrounded by snow and ice. However, there is one species of penguin that is acclimated to warmer climates. African penguins live in the more temperate climate of southwestern Africa.Read more
Also known as Fairy penguins, blue penguins, and little blue penguins, this species is the smallest of all penguins; a fully developed adult can weigh only 2.6 lb. They have a fragile and delicate appearance highlighted by a bluish color unique among all species of penguins. Hi, welcome to Animal Facts, today we discuss the super cute, Little Blue Penguin. If you love animals, click that subscribe button and Let’s Get Started.Read more
The lion has forever been a symbol of strength, power ferocity, and for royalty and stateliness. Renowned for its majesty and nicknamed “the king of the jungle,” the lion possesses both beauty and strength. A male lion weighs about 500 pounds and grows to eight feet in length.Read more