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Interesting facts about the animal kingdom

Zebras are all different, no two are the same.

Its stripes are like a barcode, something similar to human fingerprints. No matter how similar we see them between them, there will never be two identical. They are animals that show intelligence at all times, capable of surviving in the worst of possible circumstances. One of the most distinctive animals of the African continent.


Lemurs are friendly primates exclusively native to the island of Madagascar. They are mainly found in trees and are most active at night. They have a matriarchal society in which females dominate males socially. They feed first and take priority in grooming. The "power" passes from the alpha female to her daughter.

Cows have best friends and they know how to choose them! They make friends with other cows with whom they feel more comfortable and become stressed or sad when they get away from them. According to scientists, cows are counted among themselves how they feel through lowing, as they have individual vocal characteristics and change their pitch depending on their emotions.


The first crocodiles appeared on earth about 240 million years ago, around the same time as the dinosaurs. The force of a crocodile bite is more than 5,000 pounds per square inch. However, crocodiles cannot open their snout if it is held down, even with duct tape. They can live up to 100 years, and if necessary, eat only once a year

The ostrich is one of the most surprising creatures in nature because of its gigantic size, its robust limbs, its beautiful and soft plumage and its tiny head. The ostrich's eye is bigger than its brain. It is a large bird that does not fly, but runs. Each herd has a dominant male and female. She only mates with him, although he can mate with other females; however, all laying females lay their eggs in the nest of the dominant female.

The camel is the most important animal for millions of people living in Asia and Africa, as it serves as the main means of transportation. It stores fat in its hump which helps it survive several weeks without food and water. It is capable of carrying about 181 kilograms traveling a distance of 48 kilometers a day at a speed of between 3 and 5 kilometers per hour.


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