Very interesting summary of birds and animals facts.

This is a very interesting summary of birds, insects, and animals facts guide for students and kids. In fact, animals constitute the majority of the biodiversity of our planet. It is part of the natural environment and has many functions. Many animals help humans in different ways; They provide us with food and clothing. We, therefore, have a moral duty to protect them because they contribute to our lives.

Wild animals facts

animals facts

Wolves are highly intelligent who
are caring, playful, and devoted
to family. A pack of wolves can
range from 2 to over 30 wolves.

animals facts

Elephants are the largest existing
land animals in the world.
They Use Their Trunks Much Like
humans use their hands.

animals facts

Giraffes are the tallest mammals
on Earth. They can run as fast as
35 miles an hour over short

animals facts

Foxes are solitary creatures, They
prefer to hunt and sleep alone. Their
hunting skills are aided by senses of
smell, hearing, and night vision.

animals facts

Hippos are extremely aggressive
animals and will attack anything
or anyone that is trying to hurt or
threaten them.

animals facts

Bobcats are fierce predators.
They can leap as far as 12 feet to
catch prey and have been known
to take down much larger animals

animals facts

Hyenas are famous for their
scavenging and hunting abilities.
They hold a bite so powerful that
it can crush a giraffe’s bones!

animals facts

Rhinos are intelligent, social, and
emotional animals that are a vital
part of Africa’s tourism industry
and it’s legacy.

Farm animals facts

animals facts

Sheep are very social creatures.
They have rectangular pupils
which allows them to have a 270
to a 320-degree field of vision.

animals facts

Horses are highly intelligent
animals, They can be taught many
different tasks through positive
reinforcement and clicker training

animals facts

Goats are one of the cleanliest
animals, they are very intelligent
and curious animals that like to
explore anything.

animals facts

Cows have 32 teeth. They can
chew about 50 times in a minute,
making their jaws move about
40,000 times a day.

animals facts

Rabbits are very social creatures
that live in groups, They are really
fast, and can perform an athletic
leap when they’re happy.

animals facts

Turkeys are intelligent and
sensitive animals that are highly
social. They create lasting social
bonds with each other and are very

animals facts

Lamas are hardy and well suited to
harsh environments. They are quite
sure-footed, easily navigating
rocky terrain at high altitudes.

animals facts

Donkeys are very strong and
intelligent, They have an incredible
memory and can recognize areas
and other donkeys.

Ocean Animals Facts

Blue Whales are the largest
animals to have ever lived on
planet earth, Weighing over 150
tons and extending to lengths
over 100 feet in some parts of
the world.

Seals have a layer of fat under
their skin called blubber, which
keeps them warm in cold water.
Their whiskers help it to detect
prey in dark murky waters.

Dolphins have some of the most
elaborate acoustic abilities in the
animal kingdom. They make a
variety of sounds including
whistles, clicks, squawks,
squeaks and more…

penguin species share countershading
camouflage. This means
they have a lighter belly and a
darker back which helps them
camouflage from predators above
and below them.

Squid eyes have in-built contact
lenses, which they use to protect
their eyes and focus on their prey.
Compared to their size, squid has
the largest eyes of any animal.

Starfish have an unusual anatomy,
with no brain or blood, yet are able
to digest food outside their body.
Regenerating their own arms is
perhaps one of the most useful
things a starfish can do.

sharks can see well in dark lighted
areas, They have fantastic
night vision, and can see colors.
The back of sharks’ eyeballs has
a reflective layer That helps
they see with little light.

Crabs can walk in all directions but
mostly walk and run sideways.
they are able to survive on land
and in water. Female crabs can
release 1000 to 2000 eggs at once.

Octopuses have eight arms, three
hearts, and blue blood. they
squirt ink to deter predators, and
being boneless, they can squeeze
into (or out of) tight spaces.

Jellyfish have tiny stinging cells in
their tentacles to stun or paralyze
their prey before they eat them.
Inside their bell-shaped body is an
opening that is its mouth.

Seahorses are a master of
camouflage and can be incredibly
difficult to spot. seahorses are
super-skilled ambush predators.
Rather than chasing their food, they
wait, unnoticed, for prey to pass by.

Walrus can dive up to 90 m and
stay underwater for long periods
of time. They are also quite
graceful in the water and swim at
an average speed of 7 km/h.

Lobsters are bottom dwellers,
meaning they live on the ocean
floor. They feed on clams, crabs,
starfish and other sea life. Lobsters
can grow up to four feet long and
weigh as much as 40 pounds.

Seashells have a unique shape that
makes them amazing amplifiers
for ambient noises, including air.
The sound you hear is air passing
through the shell, amplified to a
great degree.

Goldfish are freshwater fish, so
they can’t live in salty water. They
need large enough tanks or ponds
to live in and be healthy. They are
omnivores, eating both plants and

Orcas are the largest member of
the dolphin family. A male orca can
be nearly ten meters in length and
weigh 10,000kg. Orcas are highly
intelligent and able to coordinate
hunting tactics.

Birds facts

Parrots are believed to be one of
the most intelligent bird species.
They are capable of associating
words with objects and
situations, and can even use tools
and solve problems.

Owls are quite specialized
predators, having eyes and ears
designed to easily locate prey
and unique feathers that enable
them to fly almost silently. They
usually hunt through the night.

Doves are amazing birds. Their
capacity to find their way home
over hundreds, even thousands
of kilometers is unrivaled in the
animal kingdom.

Chickens are very intelligent
birds! They have a great memory
for faces. studies have shown
that chickens are self-aware and
can distinguish themselves from

Blue jays are social songbirds that
live in North America. They are
known for their intelligence and
complex social systems with tight
family bonds.

Woodpeckers have sharp and
strong beaks for effective drilling
into the trunk. Their tongues are
about twice the length of their bill
so that they can reach for insects
inside the holes, they peck out.

crows are not only playful and
mischievous but also intelligent.
They use tools to solve complex
problems and they remember
faces for years and mimic sounds
they hear.

Finches are a popular variety of
pet birds. They are friendly,
energetic, and relatively easy to
care for. They are extremely
sociable birds and need partners
of their own species.

A rooster is an adult male chicken
Roosters have been known to
protect their hens against birds of
prey. They always put themselves
in the front line first.

Swallows live in a wide range of
habitats. They are dependent on
flying insects. They are extremely
agile in flight and spend most of
their time on the wing.

Eagles’ Eyesight is up to 8 Times
Stronger Than Humans. An eagle
will never surrender to the size or
strength of its prey. It will always
give the fight to win its prey or
regain its territory

Toucans have the largest bill (or
beak) of any bird in the world.
They aren’t that good at flying and
spend most of their time hopping
along in the trees.

The ostrich is the world’s largest
bird. It stands up to a massive
2.7m tall and weighs as much as
159kg – that’s around 1m taller
then the average man. The
weight of two men combined!

Falcons possess sharp territorial
instincts, attacking anybody who
they assume to possess any threat
to their nest. They are powerful and
dangerous enough to harm almost
all animals including humans.

Hoopoes are not typically
dangerous but they do produce
special chemicals that spread all
over their feathers and skin to
protect them from parasites.

Pelicans mainly survive on
different species of fish. The lower half of a pelican’s beak has
a flexible pouch of skin.

It helps
them catch several fish all at the
same time.