Some people find the animal kingdom to be innocent and authentic compared to human societies while others find it brutally violent and instinctive. There are so many fascinating facts about the animal kingdom that it may seem like you can never stop learning new details about it.

1. Rattle Snake is made up of hollow segments which are interlocked by keratin. A rattlesnake can contract the muscles in its tail to make the segments vibrate against one another, thus making the sound.
Rattle Snake - Quantalog

2. Arabian camels are known for almost never sweating, they are capable of drinking thirty gallons of water in less than fifteen minutes.
Arabian camels - Quantalog

3. Chameleons don’t change color to match their surroundings, but rather to exhibit their emotions.
Chameleons - Quantalog
4. Tarantulas molt, they can replace internal organs including stomach lining, female genitalia, and even lost limbs.
Tarantulas molt - Quantalog

5. Goats and sheep have rectangular pupils that allow them to see almost a full 360 degrees around them.
Goats and sheep - Quantalog

6. Komodo dragon’s saliva contains more than fifty types of bacteria. Animals bitten by it will die within twenty-four hours from blood poisoning, if they aren’t eaten first that is.
Komodo dragon - Quantalog

7. Pandas spend an average of twelve hours per day eating and must consume twenty-eight pounds of bamboo daily to fulfill their dietary needs.
Pandas - Quantalog

8. African elephants hold the record for the longest pregnancy among all mammals; they stay pregnant for nearly two years.
African elephants - Quantalog

9. The flying snake can glide in the air for distances up to 330 feet and can even make turns in the air.
The flying snake - Quantalog

10. The tiny golden poison dart frog is about two inches long but hides in his little body enough venom to kill ten grown men.
golden poison dart frog - Quantalog

11. Galapagos tortoises live on average over 150 years and sleep for sixteen hours a day. Additionally, they can go a year without food or water.
Galapagos tortoises - Quantalog

12. Polar bears are famous for their beautiful white fur. But what few people realize is that this animal actually has black skin under its fur. Furthermore its fur is not even white, rather it’s pigment-free and transparent. Each hair strand has a hollow core which scatters and reflects visible light giving the Polar bear its white appearance.
Polar Bears
13. Most know that cheetahs are the fastest land animals on Earth but not many are aware of how impressive their speed actually is. During its prime a cheetah can go from zero to sixty in three seconds. Yep, that’s even faster than many super cars.
cheetahs - Quantalog

14. A great white shark’s sense of smell is so powerful that it is capable of tracking tiny amounts of blood from three miles away.
white shark - Quantalog

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