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


(1) The only mammals to undergo menopause are elephants, humpback whales and human females. 
(2) Deer can’t eat hay. Because they can’t chew it. 
(3) Taurophobia is the fear of bulls. 
(4) The hippopotamus is born underwater.
(5) Giraffes have no vocal cords. 
(6) Approximately 100 people die each year when they are stepped on by cows. 
(7) Turkeys have a poor sense of smell, but excellent sense of taste.
(8) Elephants don’t drink through their trunks like a straw. 
(9) China has the most goats in the world, they have over 170 Million. 
(10) Jellyfish evaporate in the sun. They’re 98% water.

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