What I Learnt Today : 10 Unknown Amazing Facts About Animals - Part VIII

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(1) On average, dogs have better eyesight than humans, although not as colourful.
(2) It seems that the skin of elephants are hairless. But, actually elephants are covered with very thin hair.
(3) Goats do not have teeth in their upper front jaw.
(4) Even though a polar bears average body temperature is 37°C; they don’t give off any detectable heat, so they won’t show up in infrared photographs.

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(5) Greyhounds are the fastest dogs on Earth and can run at speeds of 45 mph.
(6) Ailurophobia is the fear of cats.
(7) You can tell a turtle’s gender by the noise it makes. Males grunt, females hiss.

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(8) Bumblebees have hair on their eyes.
(9) Tuna fish can swim 40 miles in a single day.
(10) The slowest fish is the sea horse, which moves along at about 0.01 mph (0.016 km/h).

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Previous Episodes :
Part-I, Part-II, Part-III, Part-IV,Part-V, Part VI, Part VII

reference : http://www.thefactsite.com/2010/09/300-random-animal-facts.html


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Interesting post dear friend @royalmacro, today I have learned something new, congratulations

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