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#AAF#37

Did you know that female elephants are pregnant for 22 months? That’s longer than any other land animal. Some baby elephants suck their trunks for comfort and their mothers pick out babysitters to watch them so they can eat enough to produce milk. Unfortunately, all elephants are endangered.
www.listverse.com/2012/03/05/top-10-facts-about-elephants/

#AAF#36

Did you know that woodpeckers are found all over the world in
wooded areas except Australia? And that they tap on trees about 8,000 to 12,000 times a day to find insects, court each other, make nests and to communicate?
www.defenders.org/woodpeckers/
basic-facts

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#AAF#35

Did you know that raccoons are mammals and that they store up body fat during the spring and summer so that they can spend most of the winter sleeping in a den?
Www.animals.nationalgeograhic.comp

#AAF#34

Did you know that lions travel in groups called a pride and that the mane on a male lion is for protection when they are fighting? They sleep or rest 18-20 hours a day too and female lions do the majority of the hunting. www.animalfactguide.com

#AAF#33

Did you know that our fingers prune up underwater so that we can grip things better? An evolutionary trait from our brain to help us survive! www.wtffunfact.com #2335

#AAF#32

Did you know that there is a type
of sea cucumber called a sea pig
that lives in the deepest and coldest parts of the ocean? It’s
light pink with 5 to 7 pairs of
legs that it can inflate and deflate while it walks around on
the ocean floor feeding on the corpses of anything the dies and sinks to the bottom. They travel in the hundreds, into the current to detect food sources.
wwww.wired.com/2014/thecreature-
feature-10-fun-facts-about-sea-pig

#AAF#31

Did you know that meerkats always have a sentry – one member of the gang to look out for them while they search for food?  They all have dark circles of hair around their eyes to shield them from the sun, much the same as football players with the black smudge under their eyes.  This allows them to see predators in the desert sun.  www.animalfactguide.com

 

#AAF#30

Did you know that when Zebras are together and one goes missing they will go looking for the missing one until they find it? And when they are travelling, the most dominant mare is at the front of the line with the next ranking mares behind her.  The stallion may be the most dominant member of the group but he has no special place in the line.  At least the Zebras have it figured out!!!   www.outtoafrica.nl/animals/engzebra.html

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