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Parrot | Exploring the World of Wildlife: facts about the Parrot

Parrots are certainly among the most colorful birds. Parrots are some of the most beloved and popular pets in the world. And no wonder, because they are bright, intelligent, sociable and long-lived creatures. Fact number one. There are more than 400 species of parrots in the...

Bee | Exploring the World of Wildlife: facts about the Bee

Bees are ancient creatures, more than 50 million years old. The first honeybees are thought to have evolved from wasps, which, through a long evolutionary process, switched from animal food to plant food in feeding their young, bringing them nectar and flower pollen. The...

Yak | Exploring the World of Wildlife: facts about the Yak

The yak is a large, domesticated bovine animal native to the high plateaus of the Himalayas in countries such as Nepal, Bhutan, and Tibet, as well as parts of Mongolia and Russia. Known for their adaptation to extremely cold, high-altitude environments, yaks are characterized...

Koala | Exploring the World of Wildlife: facts about the Koala

Koalas, Phascolarctos cinereus, are arboreal herbivorous marsupials native to Australia. They are easily identifiable due to their stout, tailless body and large head with round, fluffy ears and a large, spoon-shaped nose. The term koala bear is actually a misnomer. Koalas are not part of...

Orca | Exploring the World of Wildlife: facts about the Orca

Orcas, or killer whales, are fascinating creatures. They inhabit oceans all over the world but are most commonly found in the Arctic and the Antarctic and are more frequently found in cold, coastal waters. Orcas are known for their acrobatic behavior in the wild and...

Rat | Exploring the World of Wildlife: facts about the Rat

Rats are small to medium-sized rodents that belong to the genus Rattus. They are part of the family Muridae, which includes a wide range of rodent species. Rats are highly adaptable animals found throughout the world, and they have been associated with humans for...

Horse| Exploring the World of Wildlife: facts about the Horse

Horses are large, four-legged mammals known for their strength, speed, and long history of domestication by humans. Сommunication through body language, vocalizations, and facial expressions is a fundamental aspect of how horses interact with each other and with humans. Horses are masters of non-verbal communication. They...

Ostrich | Exploring the World of Wildlife: facts about the Ostrich

The ostrich (Struthio camelus) is a large, flightless bird native to Africa. The ostrich is the world's largest bird. It's one of the many fascinating things about this species. While most birds are quite small, the ostrich is a significant exception. Male ostriches, which are larger...

Jellyfish | Exploring the World of Wildlife: facts about the Jellyfish

Jellyfish are ubiquitous in the seas and oceans. Some of them are beautiful, some look frightening, and among them there are both completely harmless creatures and deadly ones. Fact number one. Jellyfish have no brain. Having no brains, jellyfish are simple creatures. They consist of three...

Exploring the World of Wildlife: 10 facts about the puma | Puma what we know so far

Puma is a flexible and elegant wild cat, that has an impressive size. Despite belonging to subfamily of small cats, puma is by no means small in size, it ranks fourth place in the world in terms of size among all feline, yielding only...

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