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Top 35 Cutest Baby Animals
Transcript of Top 35 Cutest Baby Animals
by: Chloe and Grace
-Love being close to each other
-Has a toothless, tube shaped mouth
-Tongue can extend to almost two times the length of its whole head
-Babies ride on mother's backs for about a year
When threatened it will hold its arms out wide to look as large as possible. If all else fails, they try to bear- hug the attacker.
-Do not stick in groups
-Communicate by bleating
-Follow their mothers almost immediately after being born
-Very intelligent and curious
-Can climb trees and some can even jump over 5 feet high
-Baby flying squirrels are blind and naked when they are born
-They can glide with their mothers at around 2 months of age
-Cannot actually fly
-Can be airborne for a very long length of time
-Longest ever recorded glide of a flying squirrel is around 90 meters
-There are 50 different species of flying squirrels around the world
-They are omnivorous (they eat plants, insects, and bird eggs)
-Once they mate, flamingos usually stay with that mate.
-The female will only lay one egg at a time
-Young reach maturity at 3 to 5 years old
-Flamingos eat larva, small insects, blue-green and red algae, mollusks, crustaceans, and small fish.
-To eat, flamingos will stir up the bottom of the lake with their feet and duck their beaks down into the mud and water to catch their meal.
-The pink and redish colors of a flamingo's feathers come from eating pigments found in algae an invertebrates
-There are 6 species of flamingo world-wide
-Live 20 to 30 years in the wild and up to 50 yearsin a zoo
-The llama needs little water
-Some people slaughter them and eat their meat
-The llama is a South American relative of the camel
-Willing pack animals but only to a point
-An overloaded llama will simply refuse to move.
-Extremely social and enjoy playing with one another
-Highly developed senses of smell, hearing, and vision
-The black bands around their eyes protect them from the sun
-Highly developed social structure
-Enjoy sun bathing
-Can dig up their own body weight in less than 1 second
-Hedgehogs have about 5,ooo spines
-Their coats are thick and spiney
-When they feel alarmed or intimidated, they will curl up into a spiny ball to protect its vulnerale stomach
-When they are born they are the size of a lima bean
-Young koalas spends its first six months of life inside its mothers pouch
-The koala and its mother share a very cose relationship
-Eat a ton of food according to its size
-Famous for speeding most of their life in the trees
-Don't drink much water
-Only prey is humans
-Weigh a little more than a pound when they are born
-Get hot more than they get cold
-Fur is not white it is transparent
-So strong they can kill an animal with just the blow of its paw
-Adults weigh between 500 and 600 pounds
-Can live to be 70 yrs. old
-Purr like cats
-Highly developed brain
-Largest land animals in the world
-Only mammal that can't jump
-Listin with their feet
-Afraid of mice
According to the author of the article "Fun Facts, Elephants cry, play, have incredible memories, and laugh."
-One of natures most feared predators
-Purr only when they breath out
-Cubs can't hunt till they're 18 months old
-Females give birth to litters of 6
The roar of a full grown Bengal tiger can carry for over 2km at night
-Most live in the southern hemisphere
-An enormous size variation among penguin breeds
-Many species are endangered
-Could fly in the past
-Protective of children
-Demand daily walks and playtime
-Not fond of strangers
German sheperds were ranked third when rated most iellegent out of all dogs
German Shepherds are one of the most intelligent dog breeds - not only that, but they're very strong, and fast. In "10 Quick Facts About German Sheperds," Chris Miksen writes "German Shepherds can nearly instantly break into top speed, come to a sudden stop and roaund a sharp corner without stumbling over themselves or their surroundings. It's one of the many reasons they're often used as police and milatary dogs."
-Can live between 2 and 12 yrs.
-Their feet don't feel the cold of the water.
-Featheres are waterproof
Male ducks are called drakes, female ducks are called hens, and baby ducks are called ducklings
-Have 3 eyelids
-Some can fly up to 332 miles in one day!
-Have terrible eyesight
-Colorbilnd and nearsighted
-24 species of hamsters but only 5 are sold in pet stores
-Syrian hamsters have a high tolerance to alcohol
-Can only live up to 4 yrs.
-Their cheeks can stretch until their head looks 2-3 times it's size.
-Mothers can hide their babies in their cheeks if in danger.
-One of the largest rodents in the world
-Have transparent eyelids so they can see underwater
-Homes are called lodgesbuilt from branches and mud
-Share their lodges with families of musk rats
-Use their tails to steer underwater and for balance for sittilng on land
-Don't mind cold
-You should never buy a kitten younger than 8 weeks old.
-A mother's milk protects the kitten against disease
-Open their eyes at around 7-10 days after birth
-Very insightful and curious
-Create bonds easily
-Studies show that pigs are smarter than most children of 3 years of age and younger!
-Socialize in order to learn
-It takes a roughly a year before a kitten becomes a cat
-Kittens rely heavily on their mothers
Kittens learn through play, so all of the climbing, scampering, biting, stalking, meowing and so on helps them with the actions they need to have as adult cats.
-Use tail as a signaling devise
-Reamain motionless when scared
-Over 265 species of squirrel in the world
-One of the few species that will eat out of a humans hand
-Native American symbol for preparation, trust and thriftness
-Communicate with each other through various vocalizations and sent marking
-Very trusting animals
-Chow chows are a very old breed. They've been around for 2,000 to 3,000 years.
-Siberian dogs-eventually brought over to China
-Were used by Chinese as working dogs
-Have 2 extra teeth
-Have a blue/black tongue when fully grown
-Legendary for their horrible smelling spray
-Spray is an oily liquid produced by glands under its tail
-Spray can travel up to 10 feet
-Many different kinds of skunks
-Burrow in nests made by other animals
-Vary in size
Each female gives birth to between two and ten young each year
The world's largest rabbit is named Darius weighs about 50 pounds and is insured for around $1.6 million and has his own body guard!
-Have 28 teeth
-Their teeth never stop growing through their life
-Found in Africa
-Hippopotamus means "river horse"
-Considered the 3rd largest land mammel
-Give birth in water
-Have short legs and huge mouth
-Can easily out run a human
-One of the most dangerous animals in Africa
-Love to eat monkeys, rodents, birds, lizards, and insects
-Grow up to 5 cm tall from theiroes and can weigh up to 5kg
-Makes a great domestic pet
-Very good climbers
-Sleep in trees
-Can have up to 2 kittens
-Among the shyest and rarest animals in the world
-Is more like a racoon than a bear
-Guts are covered in thick layer of mucus to protect against splinters from bamboo
-Strong jaws are capable of crushing bamboo stems
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Amazing Facts About Goats
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-Very playful and loving
-Great with children
-Require 30-60 minutes of exercise per day
-Generally healthy, but prone to certain health conditions
-Need bushed at least twice a week
-Not reccomended for apartments
-Originated in Austrailia
-Come in small, medium, and large
-Come in chocolate, gold, red, chesnut and black
-Can overheat easily
-Have very soft fur
-Teeth never stop growing
-Take dust baths
-Use whiskers to see; eyes are underdeveloped
-Large, flabby bodies
-Young are called calves
-Like shallow waters
-Calves can swim as soon as they are born
-Only have 2 natural predators
-Live on every continent except Artica
-Related to wolves
-Have a lot in common with cats
-Good parents to young
-Use Earth's magnetic field to hunt
-Smallest fox in the world weighs 3 pounds
-You can buy a pet fox
-Very curious and entergetic
-Many different kinds
-Evolved from land animals
-Detect pray with whiskers
-Can dive underwater deeply for extended periods of time
-Have several natural predators
-Mammals, but lay eggs
-Size of a medium sized dog
-Born with teeth
-Two pomeranians survived the Titanic
-One of America's favorite dog breeds
-FACT:The worlds cutest dog is a pomeranian
-One of the most colorful dog breeds
-Named for a region on the shore of the Baltic Sea
-A pomeranian watched Michelangelo paint the Sistine Chapel
-England's Queen Victoria made them popular
-President Theodore Roosevelt owned a pomeranian
-Occupy only a small portion of Australia
-Eat their food twice
-Need very little water
-Can be dangerous
-Not affraid of people
-You can go to jail for touching a quokka
-Often annoy local residents
-Large eyes for night vision
-Long, sharp claws
-Made for hunting
Zues the owl is blind and you can see galaxys in his eyes.
-The first sea otter was discovered by Georg Steller in 1751
-Eats lots of sea urcnin
-Can dive as deep as 330 feet when foraging for food
-As much as 1 million hairs per square inch!
-Has the thickest and most valuable fur of any animal