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Weird But Amazing Facts About the Rare Hairless Sphynx Cat

Sphynx cats are one of the rare cat breeds that are popular because of their strange and bizarre looks. Interested to know about them?...

These Facts About White Cat Breeds are Quite Fur-tastic

Cats are the most popular domesticated felines. There are many cat breeds that are cute and attractive. One of the most popular cat breeds...

Killer Beauty: A List of Poisonous Birds That’ll Surprise You

Strange Nature Some poisonous birds get their toxins from their diet. But instead of harming the birds, these toxins get accumulated in their body, and...

Cockatiel Names

Cockatiels make excellent pets. They belong to the cockatoo subfamily Calyptorhynchinae. They are highly sociable and thus, prove to be great companions. If you...

The Heart-wrenching Truth About Why Pink Dolphins are Endangered

Did You Know? While ocean dolphins possess a dorsal fin, pink dolphins have humps on their backs instead of dorsal fins. Amazon River Dolphins Pink dolphins, also...

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Curiously Interesting Facts About the Sleeping Habits of Dolphins

Did You Know? A dolphin needs 8 to 12 breaths a minute when fairly active. The breathing rate can drop to 3 to 7 breaths...

Types of Dolphins

It's ironic that oceanic dolphins are more popular than river dolphins, especially because it's the latter who are in dire need of attention. In...

The Heart-wrenching Truth About Why Pink Dolphins are Endangered

Did You Know? While ocean dolphins possess a dorsal fin, pink dolphins have humps on their backs instead of dorsal fins. Amazon River Dolphins Pink dolphins, also...

A Quick Guide to the Dolphin Habitat and Where They Live

These studies have helped humans gauge their intelligence levels to a large extent, although there is much more to be discovered and explored about...

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Top 14 Most Colorful Birds in the World: An Epitome of Beauty

Did You Know? The coloring in the feathers of birds is caused by a pigment called melanin. The pigment is present in the form of...

What Type of Food Do Parrots Eat? The Answer May Surprise You

Why Do Parrots Eat Clay? Clay absorbs toxins from the seeds that parrots eat in the wild, besides providing additional minerals. The term parrot includes about...

25 Facts About Hairy Woodpeckers That’ll Leave Your Jaw Dropped

Did You Know? Woodpeckers can tap on wood at a speed of 100 blows per minute! Hairy woodpeckers are a commonly occurring species of woodpeckers found...

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