Eggs in the sand
Green turtles lives in the sea but they travel up to 3,000 kilometres to their island breeding grounds. The females crawl up the beach n lay their eggs in a pit in the sand.
Elaphant’s teeth weight
Did you know that elaphant’s teeth can weight as much as nine pounds each? Amazing!
The Goliath beetle is the heaviest insect, while the tropical stick insect is the longest. The Queen Alexandra birdwing is the largest butterfly.
Bison are excellent swimmers? Their head, hump and tail never go below the surface of the water.
Eyes of Chameleon
The eyes of the chameleon can move independently & can see in two different directions at the same time.
Fairground roundabouts have been revolving since 1660
Fairground roundabouts have been revolving since 1660 in Europe and the Middle East. They first appeared in Britain in 1730, worked by small boys who pushed them round and round.
Farmers William Anderson and Bill Brock of Gendale, California, received a US patent
Farmers William Anderson and Bill Brock of Gendale, California, received a US patent for an organic method of keeping a yard free of mosquitoes by using a spray of Garlic Juice!
Turtles move very slowly on land, but in the water the Pacific leatherback turtle is the fastest reptile of all. It is more streamlined than other turtles and can swim at 35 km/hr.
Scorpions use their poison for attack and defence. Some kinds of scorpion have a sting that is so powerful it can kill people.
Father in charge
The stickleback is one of the few fishes that builds a nest. The male, in his red breeding colors, makes a nest of weeds where the female lays her eggs. Then the male stays by the nest to guard the eggs until they hatch.