Cuban Crocodiles lack toe webbing, which suggest that they spend more time on land than in the water. Cuban Crocodiles are known to leap from the water to catch prey sitting on overhanging branches.
The bald eagle was officially adopted as the U.S. national emblem on June 20, 1782. Male Bald Eagles are usually smaller than females Bald Eagles
Elephants often greet one another by putting the tip of their trunk in another’s mouth. Unlike the Asian elephant, both male and female African elephants have tusks.
During a chase, wolves can reach speeds approaching 40 miles per hour. Wolves have sharp teeth and strong jaws that can deliver a bite twice as strong as any domestic dog.
• Of all primates, a gorilla’s feet bear the most resemblance to those of humans. • A female mountain gorilla may produce just two to six offspring over her 40-year lifespan. Males, which often breed with harems of three to four different females, increase their reproductive output by fathering 10–20 offspring over 50 years
Unlike ground dwelling kangaroos, the Goodfellow’s Tree Kangaroo’s legs and forearms are almost exactly the same length.
Green tree frogs have skin that produces several useful anti-bacterial and anti-viral compounds and scientists are studying them to develop advances in medicine. Some scientists believe that green tree frogs can control how much water is evaporated through the skin, and thus have ability to control their body temperature.