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

(1) Cat’s hearing ability is far better than dogs.
(2) Dogs’ nose prints are as unique as human fingerprints and can be used to identify them.
(3) A hippo can hold breath for 4-5 minutes. They rest in water to keep their temperature down because they don’t have sweat glands.
(4) The Basenji is the only dog which does not bark.

Dogs’ nose prints 
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(5) Whale milk is 50% fat.
(6) ‘Jaws’ is the most common name for a goldfish.
(7) According to time, the annual number of worldwide shark bites is 10 times less than the number of people bitten by other people in new york.
 
Whale milk

shark 
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(8) Scientists had to go 45 million years back in history to find the elephant’s oldest ancestor.
(9) Horses can’t vomit.
(10) Fitzroy River turtles can breathe through their butts.

elephant’s oldest ancestor
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Fitzroy River turtles 
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