Little secrets of animals

   Characteristics of animals
   Undoubtedly, many magical properties Mother Nature gives the animals. Take bird eggs as an example-this is not a question of chicken or egg, but just a simple fact: round and pointed eggs.
   Bird eggs The shape of an egg depends directly on the habitat of the parent bird. Birds that live on land produce round-headed eggs; birds that inhabit the cliffs produce sharp-headed eggs, which will not easily fall off the cliff.
   Another amazing feature of elephants is that animal size and agility are not always closely related. The elephant’s nose is so sensitive that it can pick up a needle if needed. But it takes up to 6 months for baby elephants to learn to control their noses.
   Woodpeckers can peck their heads 20 times per second, and you might think they are crazy than goats. But scientists have found a soft area behind the beak that acts as a shock absorber.
   Beavers Many people think that beavers are sexually impulsive and only scratch the trunk. As we all know, beavers can sever a 25 cm diameter trunk in 6 seconds. This is not because the beaver is anxious, but because of the teeth. If a beaver doesn’t bite something, its teeth will grow until it pierces the jaw.
   Orangutan The orangutan makes us think it is a tree-climbing expert. But the secrets are unknown, and to put it bluntly will hurt their self-esteem. About 50% of orangutans have broken or fractured bones because they often fall from trees.
   Giraffes For giraffes, their bones show another magic. The tall and straight giraffe has one of the best illusion masters in the animal kingdom. If you want to guess how many bones a giraffe has in its neck, do you need a calculator? Not necessary at all. The giraffe’s head and neck have the same number of bones as humans, with a total of seven pieces.
   Dead animals
   even in the face of death, some animals will be more bizarre than the other animals.
   Crab Spiders Australian crab spiders whose children eat their mothers. Once the baby crab spider breaks out of the egg, it begins to suck the female crab spider’s legs until the mother is completely dry.
   Octopus Some fish in South America die after spawning or mating, as do octopuses. But we found that if we cut off the reproductive organs of the octopus, the octopus can live for a long time … although it will be boring and without a partner.
   White-tailed deer If we have to say which animal is the most dangerous to humans, we must say it is a wolf, bear or snake. But the fact is that whitetail deer is the most harmful to humans compared to other animals, because it causes the most traffic accidents.
   When it comes to deceptive faces, there is an animal that is more dangerous than a shark. It is estimated that only 10 people die each year due to sharks, and 100 people are killed by cattle every year.
   Groundhog As the saying goes, sharing is a way of life. Some animals take this sentence too seriously, for example, a marmot. The largest group of marmots known to date is located in Texas, USA. In the territory of 402 kilometers long and 160 kilometers wide, there are about 400 million marmots inhabited.
   Insects If this number is breathtaking, another number is even more astronomical. Although the number of insects is still uncertain, the entomologist Dr. E. Wilson said that on our planet, the number of insects is about 10 followed by 18 zeros.
   Heartbeat animal
   death is a fact of life, it turns out, the total number of heartbeats before the death of all mammals can reach nearly 10 million times. The heartbeat of the rat before death was close to 1 billion, but it only lived for 850 days. The elephant has distributed so many heartbeats in 75 years. In terms of total heartbeats, humans are an exception. They are the only mammals whose heartbeats total 3 billion times in a lifetime.
   Biologists have done many studies on the predictive power of animals. According to statistics, of the approximately 5,000 incidents in which animals had predicted behavior, 177 were due to the puppy’s response to the owner’s death or departure, and 62 similar incidents occurred to cats. In addition, there are 32 cases where humans are sensitive to major changes in pets.
   Even more amazing is that nearly 50% of the puppies and 30% of the cats in the survey can predict the arrival of other family members, and will sit at the door 1 or 2 hours earlier to wait for the members’ arrival, and not only cats and dogs, but also Nearly 20 species of animals have the same predictive power, such as parrots and horses.