The long tufts of fur on the tips of the Iberian lynx’s ears aid with hearing.
The long tufts of fur on the tips of the Iberian lynx’s ears aid with hearing.
Brown bears have super-strong shoulder muscles to help them dig up roots and tear apart logs to find food, giving them a distinctive shoulder hump.
Brown bears have super-strong shoulder muscles to help them dig up roots and tear apart logs to find food, giving them a distinctive shoulder hump.
Fossil remains indicate that the Hawaiian Crow previously occurred in relative abundance on all of the main islands of Hawaii, along with two other extinct crow species
Fossil remains indicate that the Hawaiian Crow previously occurred in relative abundance on all of the main islands of Hawaii, along with two other extinct crow species
The Komodo dragon can eat up to 80% of its own body weight at one time.
Their saliva contains over 50 types of bacteria, as well as venom, which can cause a fatal infection to their prey.
The Komodo dragon can eat up to 80% of its own body weight at one time. Their saliva contains over 50 types of bacteria, as well as venom, which can cause a fatal infection to their prey.
Northern fur seals sleep on their backs while floating along the surface with their fins sticking out of the water. This is called the
Northern fur seals sleep on their backs while floating along the surface with their fins sticking out of the water. This is called the "jug-handle" position.