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

(1) The praying mantis is the only insect that can turn its head 360 degrees.
(2) Tigers can see 6 times better at night than humans.
(3) Dragonflies and damselflies form a heart with their tails when they mate.
(4) Macaques in Japan use coins to buy vending machine snacks.

Tiger 
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(5) Dik-dik is one kind of tiny antelope that lives in East Africa, Namibia and Angola.
(6) The brain of a cockroach is inside its body. If a roach loses its head it can still live for over a week, eventually dying because it can not eat.
(7) Gorillas can catch cold and are affected by other human viruses as well.
 
Macaques in Japan use coins to buy vending machine snacks

Gorillas 
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(8) There is a shark called ‘goblin shark’ which has only been seen around 50 times since its discovery in 1897.
(9) Cows have actually four stomachs.
(10) Seahorses mate for life, and when they travel they hold each others’ tails.

Seahorse
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Goblin Shark 
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