Baby whales increase 200 kg / day, ets have 11 kg brains, animals are selfless …
1. What can you find in the belly of a crocodile?lephan
The crocodile is a big animal, it swallows almost everything from small fish, turtles, lions to antelopes. To protect their territory, they even swallow other crocodiles.
2. Baby whales eat a high fat diet
For whales reproduction is very difficult, whales occupy 1/3 of the length of the mother fish. Whale milk is very high in fat, 10 times more than breast milk during breastfeeding. This is what allows baby whales to grow faster, gaining 200 kg per day.
3. How do beavers hibernate?
To avoid cold winters and loss of energy, beavers rely on the fat stored in their tails. Because they are not aware of light, they are not aware of sleep. During this time, they develop “the ability to operate a free circadian rhythm” through a 29-hour day.
4. Are moles really blind?
Although they have eyes, moles only use them to detect changes in the air, rather than to observe approaching foreign objects. If there is a ray of light, they are immediately alerted to a predator entering their tunnel.
5. Are animals altruistic?
Chickens perform “relative selection” by distinctive chirping while eating. Dolphins support injured animals by swimming and helping them breathe on the surface, while chimpanzees share food with other members of the animal group.
6. Fish and exotic mating
Some fish like sharks and rays stay mated with a certain “friend” throughout their lives. But for other species like the parrot or the blue fish, it is normal to change “friends” to mate. This change is a response to certain hormonal cycles or to environmental changes such as pollution. There are special animals that have both male and female sex organs.
7. Elephants and their giant brains
With a brain weighing 11 kg, elephants are named the animal with the largest brain in the world. Intelligence in animals is measured in EQ, as shown by associations between brain size and the ability to successfully overcome obstacles. The EQ for elephants is 1.88, chimpanzees 2.45, and pigs 0.27. They aren’t stupid at all, are they?
8. Parrot and the ability to speak
For parrots, it’s more than screaming. According to a study, the past three decades have shown that they listen to more than just imitate. Parrots can understand some words like a 4-6 year old child. Additionally, parrots have conceptual distinctions such as “equal” and “different”, “greater than” and “less”, and numbers. A study conducted in early 2007 came up with the idea of using the parrot speech learning model to develop artificial vocal skills in robots.