Animals, The More You Know

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A Cockroach's Brain Is In Its Body

One of the ultimate survivors, the Cockroach, unlike most animals, can survive decapitation as its brain is not actually housed inside it, but rather inside of its body. Once decapitated a Cockroach will keep on ticking, walking around, going about its business; eventually dying from starvation as it no longer has a mouth to eat with.

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Blue Whales Are Immensely Heavy

On the surface this does not sound too strange but the size and weight of Blue Whales is much greater than most believe or can picture in their mind. The average Blue Whale weighs the equivalent of 3-4 Elephants, with the weight of 1 Elephant being in the Whales tongue alone! Take a second to think about that; its tongue weighs the same as an elephant.

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The More You Know

  • Every dog has a unique nose print with no two alike.
  • Cows moo with regional accents, in small populations such as herds you would encounter identifiable dialectical variations which are most affected by the immediate peer group.
  • Scorpions can hold their breath for up to 6 days.
  • Electric eels are in fact not eels, and give a shock strong enough to knock out a horse.
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