Condors are fastidious birds - after eating they clean their heads and necks by rubbing them on grass, rocks or tree California condors can soar on warm updrafts for hours, reaching speeds of more than 55 miles (88.5 kilometers) per hour and altitudes of 15,000 feet (4572 meters).
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
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 Humphead Wrasse, also known as the Napoleon Fish, is one of the largest coral reef fishes. The Humphead Wrasse can be easily recognized by the prominent bulbous hump on its forehead and thick lips
Onagers are notorious for their inability to be tamed by man. Onagers are fast runners and have been recorded at speeds of over 30 mph (50 km h).
Young Kemp’s ridley turtles may spend up to two years—until they are about 8 inches long—in beds of sargassum seaweed, where they can find food and refuge from predators. Temperatures of the sand where the turtles nest determine the sex of the turtle. If the sand’s temperature is below 85 degrees Fahrenheit, the hatchlings will be predominately male; sand temperatures above 85 degrees Fahrenheit produce predominately female hatchlings..
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
Hirolas have the ability to store high amounts of body fat, which aids them during droughts. Hirolas have large preorbital glands underneath their eyes, which give them a funny “4-eyed” appearance.