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Crocodiles and Alligators Co-Exist in A Small Part of Southern Florida

The Florida Everglades The Everglades is known for many reasons, including being the only place where American Alligators and American Crocodiles dwell together. You’ll almost certainly come across these reptiles on your Everglades airboat tour, and you might be wondering what the difference is. Crocodiles and alligators in the Everglades are related and look similar, …

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Kookaburra

Why Do Baby Kookaburras Have Hooked Upper Break?

Kookaburras are Dacelo genus terrestrial tree kingfishers native to Australia and New Guinea. The laughing kookaburra’s loud, distinctive call is frequently used as a stock sound effect in situations involving an Australian bush setting or tropical jungle, particularly in older films. Do you know why Baby Kookaburras have hooked upper beaks?  Kookaburras are born with …

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Walter Eikrem

How Did Creed Help a Norweigan Boy Escape a Wolf Attack?

A 13-year-old Norwegian schoolboy came across four wolves while coming home from the bus stop this week. In the end, it’s possible that his love of Creed’s heavy metal music saved his life. How did he escape from a horrible wolf attack? In 2011, a 13-year-old Norwegian kid came home alone from school when he …

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Eurasian Magpie

Which Bird is Known to be the Most Intelligent?

The mirror or mark test is a behavioral technique developed by Gordon Gallup Jr., an American psychologist. This test determines whether an animal can recognize its own reflection in a mirror. There was only one bird species that passed this test? The Eurasian magpie is one of the most intelligent birds and one of the …

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Moray Eel

How Does the Giant Moray Eel Hunt with Coral Groupers?

The giant moray is an enormous eel that can grow to be 3 meters long and weigh up to 30 kilograms. It has a dark body with a long neck. Adults Moray Eels have black dots that develop a leopard-like patch behind their heads, but did you know that these eels hunt alongside a particular …

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Giant Tortoise

Where Did Scientists Find Giant Tortoises After Thinking They Were Extinct for Over A Century?

Tortoises are reptiles of the order Testudines, belonging to the family Testudinidae. They are different from turtles by being entirely terrestrial. Many other turtle species are at least partially aquatic. Tortoises have a shell to protect them from predators and other threats. They retract their necks and heads directly back into the shell, as do …

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sheep fighting in algeria

How is Sheep Fighting Done in Algeria?

Algeria has battled lawlessly over the years the economic struggles of their country like suppression of the state, lack of jobs for the people, and tension on borders. Having strict marshals that supervise the country, young men found a scapegoat through sheep fighting. What was it? And how was this done? Sheep fighting is not …

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Sloth Moths Algae

How Do Moths Help Sloths?

Sloths spend most of their lives hanging upside down in the trees of the tropical rainforests of South America and Central America. With an odd observation, it was shown that they relatively need the help of moths in their everyday lives. But how do these moths help the sloths? Proof of convincing studies indicates wherein …

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