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Skunks are Immune to Snake Venom and Will Actually Eat Venomous Snakes. They are One of the Few Animals Who Have This Kind of Immunity.

Snake venom is highly toxic saliva containing zootoxins that help immobilize and digest prey. This also protects them against predators and other threats. Snake venom is injected during a bite by special fangs, and some species can also spit venom. But do you know what animal is immune to snake venom?  Skunks are resistant to …

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Asteroid Dinosaurs

The Chicxulub Crater is the Result of an Asteroid Impact That Caused the Dinosaur Extinction. The Event Set 70% of the World’s Forests on Fire and Caused Tsunamis That Rose to a Height of 300 Feet.

A six-mile-wide asteroid called the Chicxlub slammed into the waters of Mexico that triggered the mass extinction of the dinosaurs and 70% of all Earth’s species. But did you know about the massive crater the asteroid created? The asteroid impact that wiped out the dinosaurs ignited 70% of the world’s forests, caused tsunamis that rose …

The Chicxulub Crater is the Result of an Asteroid Impact That Caused the Dinosaur Extinction. The Event Set 70% of the World’s Forests on Fire and Caused Tsunamis That Rose to a Height of 300 Feet. Read More »

Masaai and cows

To Help the People of the United States Recover After 9/11, the Masabi Tribe Donated 14 Cows Which was Considered the Most Priceless Gift They Could Send

Even though the 9/11 attacks took place on US soil, the effects of the attacks were felt worldwide. One-third of the world’s population is reported to have seen the attacks live on television and radio, with victims coming from over 90 different countries. But did you know that even the Masabi tribe sent help? A …

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Bats

Bats are Quite Beneficial to the Agriculture Industry Since they Eat Enough Insects to Save the US Over a Billion in Crop Damage and Pesticides

Bats are among the most misunderstood creatures in nature. They are essential to our ecosystem’s health and economy, despite being sometimes feared and detested. Did you ever wonder how bats help large-scale farming? Bats can consume enough insects and pests to prevent agricultural damage and pesticide use, costing the US agriculture industry over $1 billion …

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Red And Grey

The North America Gray Squirrel is Considered an Invasive Species in the UK as They Carry Squirrel Pox That is Deadly for the Native Red Squirrels

The North American gray squirrel or Sciurus carolinensis has adapted to urban and suburban areas where it is considered a minor annoyance. While they may be indigent to North America, these squirrels are highly invasive in Europe, particularly in the UK. But how do they affect the ecosystem in Great Britain? The North American Gray …

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Hornets

Honeybees Smear Their Hive Entrances with Animal Poop to Ward off Murder Hornets

Murder Hornets are a grave threat to honeybees. These hornets can easily destroy a hive in a matter of hours. They would feed on larvae and decapitate bees in its way. But did you know that honeybees utilize animal poop to discourage a murder hornet invasion? To ward off deadly hornets, honeybees spread animal poop …

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Cheetah Puppy

Cheetahs are Very Shy and Introverted That They Often Get Anxiety, To Manage this, Zoos Give Cheetahs Cubs Emotional Support Dogs

Cheetahs may appear intimidating as they stalk their prey over Africa’s grasslands, but they are actually shy, sensitive, and introverted creatures. They are prone to being nervous, which causes them anxiety. But do you know how zoos handle cheetah anxiety in captivity? Cheetahs are quiet, sensitive, and introverted members of the big cat family and …

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Honeycombs

Honeycombs Don’t Start as Hexagons, the Heat Formed in the Hive Softens the Wax and Creates the Shape

A honeycomb is a mass of hexagonal prismatic wax cells constructed by honey bees in their nests to house their larvae and honey and pollen stores. But did you know how the honeycombs turn into hexagons? The holes in honeycombs do not begin as hexagons. Bees build circular tubes that are staggered. The heat produced …

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Tuffy the dolphin

Who Delivers Tools and Mails to SEALAB II?

Dolphins are extremely intelligent. They are well-known for their ability to imitate and learn quickly. But did you know that the United States Navy employed a dolphin to bring tools to an underwater laboratory? Tuffy, a dolphin, was Employed by the United States Navy and was assigned to deliver tools and mail to scientists living …

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Elephant

How Well Elephants Swim?

If you enjoy watching animals on television, you may have seen elephants in the wild playing with water. Even at a safari park, elephants are frequently seen splashing about in their enclosure’s pool. Elephants clearly enjoy the water, which is quite evident. But how well can elephants swim? Elephants can swim for long distances. They …

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