Drinking is one of mankind’s oldest pastimes. Did you know that the world’s oldest known recipe is one for beer? That’s right; alcohol has a long history and a great significance in mankind’s modern society - but what about in the animal kingdom? Well, lets take a look!
Did you know the third largest bird to currently walk our Earth is the cassowary? They can reach up to 6.5 ft (2 metres) in height and can weigh nearly 9.5 stone (60kg) - that is the same weight as the average person. They're also the most dangerous bird in the world!
Albino animals look like they do because of a lack of melanin in their skin. The opposite condition is therefore caused by too much melanin in the skin, and is known as melanism. Check out the facts about these all-black animals!
So the other day I found out what the name for a collective group of owls is (it's a parliament, by the way), and that set me to thinking: what
Have you heard the expression "dead as a Dodo" and wondered where it came from? Or wondered why the Dodo became extinct? Well read the facts! The Dodo was a
Ducks may the more familiar birds known to us, but if you think about it, what facts do we actually know about ducks? Find out here! Ducks feet has no
If you are looking for facts about turkeys, look no further, here are some interesting turkey facts that will have you gobbling for more! A turkey is the relation of
There are many things the human eye can't do, like see UV light. Animal eyes are also rather interesting, find out how animals see the world! mezzmer.com
Flamingos are easily recognisable due to their famously long neck and pink coloured feathers. Check out these top facts about the flamingo. There are only 6 species of flamingos. Wild
Swans are beautiful birds, they are the largest members of the duck and goose family, check out these top fifteen fun facts about swans! A swan will mate for life.