Otters are the dogs of the water world, so it’s no small wonder that we humans have such affection for them. They’re cute, they’re fuzzy, and easily photogenic! These cute critters have some interesting skills and habits to learn about!
There are a whole host of deadly creatures that can kill you a thousand times over with a single bite or sting – spiders, scorpions, snakes and even snails. But what exactly is the difference between "venomous" and "poisonous"? Find out here!
They swing from trees, they sleep a lot, and they have adorable fuzzy faces! Sloths have become increasingly popular over the past few years, thanks to the internet! Let's find out what's to love about these slow moving creatures!
Kangaroos are an icon of Australia! These adorable hoppy creatures make up for a large amount of Australia’s animal population. But what problems does this cause? Check out these 15 facts about kangaroos!
Lizards are often seen in the wild, but in some countries they are kept as pets too. Whether you have an interest in reptiles or you’re wondering about getting a pet lizard and want to know more, there are many fun and interesting facts about lizards which will blow your mind!
Knabstruppers are among the more unique-looking breeds of horses - they have an interesting spotty appearance. If you've never heard about this horse breed, learn about them here with these 10 most interesting facts about Knabstrupper horses!
Woodpeckers, like any other birds, have unique traits. Their pecking behavior is definitely one of them. Have you ever wondered why woodpeckers peck? Their pecking behavior is based on logical reasons, which is crucial for their lifestyle. Here are 6 reasons why woodpeckers peck wood!
During the First World War, the sheer number of steel produced in Sheffield was crucial to the military industrial machine. As such, scrap metal collecting was commonplace in Sheffield. One wartime icon of Sheffield would come from the steel industry named Lizzie the Indian Elephant!
The word rhinoceros means “horned nose” and they once roamed and made their homes in North America and Europe. Now rhinos can only be found in Asia and Africa. Find out more about these ancient one horned beasts with this extensive list of rhino facts!
Komodo dragons are the largest living lizards on the planet. They are fearsome creatures with a reputation for being strong, aggressive and deadly hunters. But they're not all bad - they love swimming and playing... Here are the top 10 facts about Komodo dragons!
There are a fair few animals in the animal kingdom who love a good tipple, and elephants are no exception to this. Usually, drunken animals tend to get a little leery – just like their human counterparts. However, this particular animal binge sesh ended with a bit of a darker twist.
Never heard of a Kakapos? There is good reason for that - they are one of the world’s rarest birds. After reading these facts, you will love them so much, and you may even be ready visit New Zealand to see one alive. Here are 20 rarest facts about Kakapos.