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What I Learnt Today : 10 Unknown Amazing Facts About Animals - Part XX

image credit (1) Male rabbits are called “bucks,” females are “does.” 
(2) The great horned owl has no sense of smell. 
(3) Sharks have been around longer than dinosaurs. 
(4) There are currently over a million animal species upon planet earth.
image credit (5) There is only one pink bottlenose dolphin which has been discovered, in an inland lake in Louisiana, USA. 
(6) Ichthyophobia is the fear of fish. 
(7) Suriphobia is the fear of mice.
image credit (8) A skunk will not bite and throw its scent at the same time. 
(9) Iguanas, koalas and komodo dragons all have two penises! 
(10) The swan has over 25,000 feathers on its body.
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What I Learnt Today : 10 Unknown Amazing Facts About Animals - Part XIX

image credit (1) It’s hard to believe that cows have four stomachs. 
(2) Even a small amount of alcohol placed on a scorpion will make it go crazy and sting itself to death! 
(3) The blue whale weighs as much as thirty elephants and is as long as three Greyhound buses. 
(4) Reindeer milk has more fat than cow milk.
image credit (5) Every day of the year, 100 whales are killed by whale fisherman. 
(6) One million stray dogs and 500,000 stray cats live in New York City metropolitan area. 
(7) Flamingos are pink because shrimp is one of their main sources of food.
image credit (8) Starfish have eight eyes – one at the end of each leg. 
(9) There are roughly twenty-four thousand species of butterflies. 
(10) African elephants have bigger ears than Indian elephants. Generally double in size.
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What I Learnt Today : 10 Unknown Amazing Facts About Animals - Part XVIII

image credit (1) It is much easier for dogs to learn spoken commands if they are given in conjunction with hand signals or gestures. 
(2) Dogs have sweat glands in between their paws. 
(3) No two tigers ever have the same stripes, and this is how individual tigers can be identified. 
(4) A mole can dig a tunnel 300 feet long in just one night.
image credit (5) Cats have over one hundred vocal sounds, while dogs only have about ten. 
(6) Goats were the first animals to be used for milk by humans. 
(7) Frogs don’t drink water. They absorb water through their skin.
image credit (8) The scales of a crocodile are made of certain, the same substance that hooves and fingernails are made of. 
(9) Scientists have performed brain surgery on cockroaches. 
(10) Hummingbirds are the only birds who can fly backwards.
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What I Learnt Today : 10 Unknown Amazing Facts About Animals - Part XVII

image credit (1) To escape the grip of a crocodile’s jaw, push your thumb into its eyeballs-it will let you go instantly. 
(2) Hippos can run faster than humans! 
(3) Ferrets sleep around 20 hours a day. 
(4) Fireflies are also known as lightning bugs.
image credit (5) A completely blind chameleon will still take on the colours of its environment. 
(6) One survey reports that 33 percent of dog owners admit they talk to their dogs on the phone or leave messages on answering machines while they are away. 
(7) Horses can’t vomit.
image credit (8) Apiphobia is the fear of bees. 
(9) A garden caterpillar has 248 muscles in its head. 
(10) Dolphins can eat up to 30 pounds of fish a day.
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What I Learnt Today : 10 Unknown Amazing Facts About Animals - Part XVI

image credit (1) The average weight of a fox is around 14 pounds. 
(2) The honey bee has been around for 30 million years. 
(3) The placement of the eyes of a donkey enables them to see all four of their legs at all times. 
(4) 79% of pet owners sleep with their pets.
image credit (5) A polar bear’s outer fur is called ‘guard hair’. 
(6) It’s amazing that crocodiles eat stones. it helps to digest food properly. 
(7) A group of frogs is called an army.
image credit (8) Tigers can see 6 times better at night than humans. 
(9) A dik-dik is a tiny antelope that lives in East Africa, Namibia and Angola. 
(10) There’s a spider in Brazil whose bites can cause an erection that lasts for hours!
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What I Learnt Today : 10 Unknown Amazing Facts About Animals - Part XV

image credit (1) Goldfish will become pale if you keep it in a dark room! 
(2) Tigers have striped skin as well as their fur. 
(3) Oysters can change from one gender to another and back again depending on which is best for mating. 
(4) More than 45 million turkeys are cooked and eaten in the US at Thanksgiving.
image credit (5) The sailfish can swim at the speed of 109 km/h, making it the fastest swimmer. 
(6) When giraffes age, their fur darkens. 
(7) A male gorilla can eat 40 pounds of food a day.
image credit (8) A cheetah’s lifespan is up to 12 years in the wild. 
(9) If you cut off a snail’s eye, it will grow a new one. 
(10) There are no ants in Iceland, Greenland, and Antarctica.
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Newslink : Some Technology News Links [Episode 1]

Georgia Tech Researchers Succeed in Creating Permanent 4D Printed Objects image credit : the merkle Whereas the vast majority of the world is focused on 3D printing, some  scientists and engineers are looking at the fourth dimension. Georgia  Tech is one of the first institutions to allow for shapeshifting 3D  printing. This technology is known as 4D printing, as it allows objects  to change shape once it comes off the printing bed. An intriguing  development, especially when considering how objects can transform  through the use of heat. 4D Printing Will Be The Next Frontier While 3D  printing is quite appealing to a lot of consumers, not all of the prints  come out the way creators
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Inmates Hide Self-Built Computers and Abuse Staff Credentials to Surf the Webimage credit : the merkle Prison staff in Ohio came across a rather interesting discovery  recently. As it turns out, two inmates who were responsible for  dismantling and recycling old PCs – as part of the prison work pr…
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