51 Fun Facts About Animals That Will Make You Happy
We thought animals are quite simple as they look , but actually that’s not true .
And their are lot of animals that are called fun animals.
There are about 8.7 million species of animals .
So, how can we know about that species and their facts.
Don’t worry, you are at the right place. Here you will get the most funny animal facts.
So, here lefactsle brings you the most interesting 51 funny fact about animals that you should know .
The word ‘Cheetah’ was derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Chitraka’ means ‘ the spotted one’.
2. Fennec Fox
This is fennec fox , the smallest fox species in the world.
3. Humming Bird
The humming bird is the most intelligent bird with a brain size of 4.2% it’s body weight.
4. Lion Mating
A male lion and female tiger can mate and even have offspring together.
5. Box Turtles
Box turtles can eat poisonous mushrooms and not get sick but they retain the toxins in their bodies, and if a predator eats them, the toxins can make that animal sick.
6. Female Octopus
If a female octopus is hungry and doesn’t want to mate , but the male tries to, she’ll let him insert his mating arm, and begin the process before inching closer to him …. then she’ll strangle him, kill him, and feast on his corpse in her den for a few days.
The horn of a rhinoceros is actually made of hair.
A crocodile can’t move its tongue and cannot chew. Its digestive juices are so strong that it can digest a steel nail.
A shark is the only fish that can blink with both eyes.
Iguanas have three eyes. Two normal eyes and a third eye on top of their head that only perceives brightness.
Snakes do use their tongues to smell. When a snake flicks its tongue in the air, it picks up tiny chemical particles. Then, the snake touches its tongue to the Jacobson’s organ, which helps the snake’s brain recognize the chemicals as smells.
Cheetahs may be the fastest land mammal in the world, but there’s one thing they can’t do roar. They can only meow like domestic house cats.
A hippo can open its mouth wide enough to fit a 4 foot tall child inside.
Millions of tree in this world are accidentally planted by squirrels who bury nuts and then forget where they hide them.
15. Lion vs Tiger
History has proven whenever a Lion and Tiger get into fight, Tiger almost always wins.
16. Mandarin Duck
Mandarin duck couples stop liking each other after their nest is built.
17. Eagle’s eye
If humans had Eagle’s eye, we could see an ant on the ground from the roof of a 10 story building.
Zorse is the offspring of a male zebra and female horse.
19. Blue Glaucus
It is actually carnivorous, and feeds on other pelagic creatures using its powerful sting to paralyze its prey.
20. Giant Panda
Baby pandas are born pink and measure about 15 cm! They are also born blind and only open their eyes six to eight weeks after birth.
Scorpions glow under ultraviolet light. A scorpion’s cuticle ( the outer cellular layer of hair ) or skin , absorbs ultraviolet light and reflects it as visible light.
A sloth can starve to death with a full stomach.
23. Long Tailed Skinks
Long tailed skinks eat their own eggs.
24. Polar Bear
Polar bear mothers are too busy to eat for eight months after their children are born.
Some species of spiders eat through their mom when they’re born.
An opossum carries all her babies on her back.
Slugs can use week-old mucus for navigation.
Cats can recognize certain human voices but don’t care.
Dogs ask humans for help to solve problems wolves solve alone.
Goldfish are often cited as having a 3-second memory but they can actually remember things for 5 months.
Before spraying their enemies, skunks try to threaten them using dance.
32. Sea Otters
Sea Otters have favorite rocks that they carry everywhere.
Beavers can close their ears underwater.
Blobfish have no muscles.
Pigeons put off things they don’t want to do even if ti causes problems later.
36. Labord’s Chameleon
Every Labord’s Chameleon on Earth dies before the next generation hatches.
Birds that run into windows are often attacking their reflection.
Squirrels need to chew constantly because their teeth never stop growing.
39. Snapping Turtles
Snapping turtles can’t fit their heads inside their shells.
Male white -fronted parrots vomit on females they want to mate with.
Dwarf seahorses travel 5 feet per hour.
Frogs absorb water through their skin.
If a spittlebug were the size of a human it would excrete over 2,700 gallons of urine a day.
Dolphins have names and respond when called.
Dogs often show signs of stress while being hugged.
A koala’s diet is so low in nutrients that it needs to spend almost all its waking hours eating.
Numbats are solitary animals that spend all their time looking for food.
Giraffe babies fall 6 feet to the ground when they’re born.
During cold winters, male bees are forced out of the hive and left to starve.
Cows have best friends and they get sad when they’re away.
Tarsier eyes are bigger than their stomachs.
Hope you will now happy to know the facts about animals.