Top Cougar Facts – Habitat, Attack, and Diet

Facts about mountain lions

Cougars or mountain lions are large animals belonging to the feline family. Read on for facts about these majestic mountain lions. How big are mountain lions? Cougars or mountain lions can weigh up to 200 pounds. The average length excluding the tail is 3 to 5 feet. The males are larger than the females. Can … Read moreTop Cougar Facts – Habitat, Attack, and Diet

Rare Animal Facts That Will Leave You Goggle-Eyed

Rare Animal Facts That Will Leave You Goggle-Eyed

Yeti crab The Yeti crab or Kiwa hirsuta has silky blond bristle like hair where it grows bacteria and then eats it. It is found very deep beneath the sea and that is why humans don’t know much about it. Pacu Fish Pacu is a fish from the piranha family known for biting testicles of … Read moreRare Animal Facts That Will Leave You Goggle-Eyed

Awesome Facts About Animals

Awesome Facts About Animals

Here’s a list of animal facts you probably have never heard of. 1. If your pet cat brings you a dead mouse, it means it thinks you cannot survive on your own. It is trying to help you survive. 2. If a snail does not like the weather outside, it can stay hidden in house … Read moreAwesome Facts About Animals

How Do Bilby Survive In The Desert – Bilby Adaptations

Bilbies are the largest bandicoots and are found in Australia. These small-sized marsupials are predated extensively by wild cats. Of the bilbies, one species known as the lesser bilby has become extinct, while the greater bilby is an endangered species. Bilbies in Desert Bilbies were once widely found throughout Australia. Today, however, bilby population is … Read moreHow Do Bilby Survive In The Desert – Bilby Adaptations

How Do Blue Whales Communicate

How Do Blue Whales Communicate

Whales make the best of the oceans they live in. In water, the speed of the sound is about 4 times (1498 meters per second) of that in the air (331 meters per second). They produce special vocalizations for different purposes including socializing and reproduction. The blue whale generate sounds of up to 190 decibels, … Read moreHow Do Blue Whales Communicate

Facts About Arabian Oryx

Facts About Arabian Oryx

The Arabian Oryx is a rare magnificent animal of Bovidae family. Once assumed extinct, they are now thriving in the deserts of middle east. Explore interesting facts about Arabian Oryx with this article. Scientific name: Oryx leucoryx Conservation status: Vulnerable Weight: 70 Kg (150 lb) Height: 1 meter Horn length: 50 – 75 cm Lifespan: … Read moreFacts About Arabian Oryx

Facts About Mountain Gorillas

Facts About Mountain Gorillas

Mountain gorillas are one of the rarest animals in the world with their population below 1000. Found in the jungles of Africa, the mountain gorillas are close relatives of humans. Human activities are the biggest threat to their survival. However, their numbers have been rising recently. Read on further for facts about mountain gorillas. Scientific … Read moreFacts About Mountain Gorillas

Facts About The Greater Bilby

The greater bilbies are marsupials native to Australia. They are also simply known as bilbies today because the “lesser bilby” became extinct. Here are some fun and interesting facts about the greater bilby. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Species: Lagotis Scientific name: Macrotis Lagotis Length: up to 55 centimetres Life Span: 3 to 5 years Diet: … Read moreFacts About The Greater Bilby

Facts About Cave Lions

Facts About Cave Lions

Cave lions existed about 900,000 years ago in Eurasia and disappeared with the end of the ice age. They were larger, stronger, faster and, more dangerous than the lions that exist today. There still exist drawings by ancient humans of cave lions along with other animals of that time, suggesting they that their physical appearance … Read moreFacts About Cave Lions

Interesting Facts About Lions

Interesting Facts About Lions

Lion (Panthera leo), is one of five large cats that enter the genus Panthera and Felidae family. They have unique habits that differentiate them from cats. Here’s a collection of interesting facts about lions The lion is the second largest cat after the tiger. The weight of an adult lion is about 190 Kg for … Read moreInteresting Facts About Lions