King Cobra

Interesting King Cobra Facts A king cobra is a reptile, they are cold-blooded and the same temperature as the environment around them. They are one of the most venomous snakes on the planet, while the venom is not the most potent in the world, they are able to release enough Read more…

Peregrine Falcon

Facts about the Peregrine Falcon They are said to be the fastest animal on the planet, reaching speeds of 240 MPH, faster than a helicopter at top speed and faster than a Lamborghini Gallardo at top speed. They are carnivores, and they prey on other birds and even bats, and Read more…

Shoebill

Shoebill Facts Also called shoe-billed stork or whale-headed stork. They are named for their large bill, which is used for catching and holding fish, in particular the large lungfish. They also eats turtles, fish, and young crocodiles. They stand about 3.8 Feet tall, a little over half the height of a standard sized refrigerator. They Read more…

Dumbo Octopus

Dumbo Octopus Facts They are invertebrates, meaning they have no backbone. They are usually only 8 inches long, shorter than a football (American, not a soccer ball). They are called dumbo because of the two fins protruding from the sides of it’s head (mantle), making it look like dumbo from Read more…

Triceratops

Facts about Triceratops They stood on four legs (also known as a quadrupedal). It was a herbivore, and it’s diet was all plant based. It also has 3 large horns on it’s face. Triceratops is translated into “three-horned face” from latin. Scientists say, the triceratops may have been up to Read more…

Bengal Tiger

Facts about the Bengal Tiger The Bengal Tiger is a mammal, quite clearly, it has fur all over it and gives birth to live cubs. The Bengal Tiger is carnivorous and feeds on small to, quite large, animals, such as deer and buffalo. They can live around 10 years, and Read more…

Axolotl

Facts About The Axolotl The axolotl is considered an amphibian; however, they barely ever live above water. One of these small, salamander like creatures can live up to 15 years. They can grow to about 12 inches long, the length of two U.S. dollar bills side by side. They can Read more…