Facts all about hummingbirds

10 Helpful Facts About Hummingbirds

Hummingbirds belong to the biological family Trochilidae, and there are known 338 species. They can be found across the Americas but mostly in the tropical regions as they hate the cold. Here are ten incredible facts all about the hummingbird!

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Facts about the Brontosaurus dinosaur

9 Beefy Facts About The Brontosaurus

The Brontosaurus dinosaur was discovered back in 1879 in North America. It was one of the biggest dinosaurs to roam the planet. This massive land animal was hefty, had a super long neck and a small brain. Here are nine beefy facts all about them!

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How the RAF fought malaria by parachuting cats

How The RAF Fought Malaria With Parachuting Cats

Mosquito bites lead to one of Earth’s deadliest diseases - Malaria. Borneo has its fair share of malaria cases, but one time in history, trying to control it led to a decline in cats, which increased a rat infestation. Find out how they fixed the situation with this incredible story.

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Adorable Corgi dog facts

12 Captivating Facts About Corgis That You Should Know

Corgi dogs are undoubtedly cute and for a small furball, they have a ton going for them. They are a very old breed of dog and incredibly intelligent to boot. You'd be absolutely barking mad to not check out these 12 captivating facts about Corgis.

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Facts about sea urchins

9 Unbelievable Facts About Urchins

Found across the globe, there are over 200 species of sea urchin and new ones are being found even today. Famous for their spikes, they play an important role in our ocean’s ecosystems. Let’s head down into the waters as we take a look at these 9 unbelievable facts about urchins.

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Why are black cats associated with halloween?

Why Are Black Cats Associated With Halloween?

Black cats are well-known for being bad luck. Should you see one keep away because if one crosses you, you'll be cursed for life. They are also often associated with Halloween, but how did this all start in the first place? Why does the black cat get such a bad rap? Let's find out.

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Why do chimpanzees throw poop?

Why Do Chimpanzees Throw Poop?

Ever been to the zoo and spotted a chimpanzee throwing poop? Or have you been incredibly unlucky and been at the receiving end of it? You must be bananas to have not wondered why they would take part in such a disgusting practice. Let’s find out why they do this.

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Facts about the tyrannosaurus dinosaur

13 Terrific Facts About The Tyrannosaurus Rex

The Tyrannosaurus Rex (T-Rex) is the most famous dinosaur known to man. It is the biggest and scariest of the bunch being the largest predator to have roamed Earth. Let's take a deeper look with these 13 terrific facts all about T-Rex.

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A brown bear with his long tongue hanging out

Do Bears Really Love Honey?

We’ve all seen Winnie The Pooh bear tucking into a nice clear jar of sticky sweet delicious honey, but does that mean bears really love honey? Natural sugars in honey contain many nutrients so is it the sweetness that bears love or is to replenish a bear’s nutritional needs? Let’s find out.

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100 Cat Facts

100 Facts About Cats That You Should Read Right Meow

They're cute, soft and one of the most popular pets in the world. They may be quiet and fond of their alone time, but there is much more to felines than meets the eye. If you love your cat or you're a cat person, you'll love these 100 adorable facts about cats & kittens!

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11 Likable Facts About Llamas.

11 Likable Facts About Llamas

The popularity of the llama just seemingly sprung upon us overnight. Now merchandise sporting these fluffy balls of cuteness have marched their way into our stores everywhere. But, there’s more to llamas than cuddles and Instagrammable photo ops. Check out these 11 likable llama facts.

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10 fishy facts about rainbow trout

10 Fishy Facts About Rainbow Trout

The rainbow trout was first identified and named by Europeans in 1792 thanks to the German naturalist Johan Julius Walbaum. Rainbow trout are perfect for both eating and sport, but there’s much more to this fish than meets the eye. Let’s take a closer look.

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