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    Crows are people too.


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    Dolphins are the biggest assholes in the sea. They gang up to rape other dolphins and kill for fun.
    huh Old animal myths are being busted... I thought that ducks and orangutans were only animals that raped.

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    Darwin's Theory of Evolution may just be a specific case of a more general property of thermalized matter subjected to organized/predictable forms of energy. Are we really the only lifeforms in our local universe? Could there even be "living" creatures inside the Earth? On other planets? Inside stars? In interstellar space?

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    ^this
    We know more about the surface of Mars than we know about the sea floor. There could be an entire civilisation down there that we don't know about. Kinda scary.

    Dolphins also wrap live eels around their penis for masturbation. Creative...


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    The most stoned creature in the world.

    My dream of having a pet rock is about to come true.


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    A fun fact about cats is that their noses all have a unique print to them. Kinda like a human's thumbprint.


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    Bees are actually evolved Wasps.
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    A tapir's penis is shaped like a shovel!

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    Polar Bears are apparently Left-Handed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pachylad View Post
    Thanks for the correction .

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    Would have been somin huh

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    We may say a "flock of birds" but when we talk about specific bird species, the group can be called something different than 'flock'.
    Some already know of a murder of crows, a colony of gulls, colony of penguins and gaggle of geese, but what about other birds?

    A group of chickens is called a flock, brood (of hens), clutch (of chicks), or peep (of chicks).
    A bevy, cote, dole, dule, and "flight" of doves.
    A cast of falcons.
    A convocation of eagles.
    An exaltation of larks.
    A parliament of owls.
    A congress of ravens.

    Is it no wonder the last two are seen as both intelligent yet aggravating, they've got their own government! joking

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    Goat facts:

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    • Goats were one of the first animals to be tamed by humans and were being herded 9000 years ago.
    • Goats' pupils are rectangular. This gives them vision for 320 to 340 degrees around them without having to move, and they are thought to have excellent night vision.
    • Baby goats (kids) are standing and taking their first steps within minutes of being born.
    • Goats feed on insects, and their favorite food is hairy caterpillar.
    • Goats can be taught their name and to come when called.
    • They have eight legs and each leg has four to eight claws that resemble the claws of a bear.
    • Many species of goat lay two eggs, but the older, larger kid frequently kills its younger sibling once it has hatched. Adults do not intervene.
    • Goats, being mountain animals, are very good at climbing; they've been known to climb to the tops of trees, or even dams!
    • The most distinctive feature of the goat, worn by females, is a piece of dorsal spine that protrudes above their mouths like a fishing pole.
    • Goats do not build their own nests, because they are brood parasites. That means that the female goat uses other animals' nests to lay her own eggs.
    • Goats are herd animals and will become depressed if kept without any goat companions.
    • They fly using their wings and their bodies are covered with scales, as are their long tails.
    • Goats are sometimes placed in the rafters of barns to keep an eye on animals and feed stores.
    • Goats have a gestation period of five months and the average birth rate for goats is 2.2 kids per year.
    • Goats are an intimate symbiosis, in which two species live together as a type of composite organism.
    • Goats are small, actually micro animals with segmented bodies. They are usually water-dwelling creatures but can be found in a myriad of places like Antarctic ice.
    • Goats are beings of enormous intellectual and psychic powers that once dwelt on the dying world of Yith. They escaped the destruction of their home planet by transferring their minds to the bodies of a species native to Earth, far in the distant past.
    • It is said that at Ragnarök, the goat will break free. He will join forces with the enemies of the gods and will then eat Odin.
    • Goats are very intelligent and curious animals. Their inquisitive nature is exemplified in their constant desire to explore and investigate anything unfamiliar which they come across.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wagomu View Post
    Goat facts:

    Spoiler:
    • Goats were one of the first animals to be tamed by humans and were being herded 9000 years ago.
    • Goats' pupils are rectangular. This gives them vision for 320 to 340 degrees around them without having to move, and they are thought to have excellent night vision.
    • Baby goats (kids) are standing and taking their first steps within minutes of being born.
    • Goats feed on insects, and their favorite food is hairy caterpillar.
    • Goats can be taught their name and to come when called.
    • They have eight legs and each leg has four to eight claws that resemble the claws of a bear.
    • Many species of goat lay two eggs, but the older, larger kid frequently kills its younger sibling once it has hatched. Adults do not intervene.
    • Goats, being mountain animals, are very good at climbing; they've been known to climb to the tops of trees, or even dams!
    • The most distinctive feature of the goat, worn by females, is a piece of dorsal spine that protrudes above their mouths like a fishing pole.
    • Goats do not build their own nests, because they are brood parasites. That means that the female goat uses other animals' nests to lay her own eggs.
    • Goats are herd animals and will become depressed if kept without any goat companions.
    • They fly using their wings and their bodies are covered with scales, as are their long tails.
    • Goats are sometimes placed in the rafters of barns to keep an eye on animals and feed stores.
    • Goats have a gestation period of five months and the average birth rate for goats is 2.2 kids per year.
    • Goats are an intimate symbiosis, in which two species live together as a type of composite organism.
    • Goats are small, actually micro animals with segmented bodies. They are usually water-dwelling creatures but can be found in a myriad of places like Antarctic ice.
    • Goats are beings of enormous intellectual and psychic powers that once dwelt on the dying world of Yith. They escaped the destruction of their home planet by transferring their minds to the bodies of a species native to Earth, far in the distant past.
    • It is said that at Ragnarök, the goat will break free. He will join forces with the enemies of the gods and will then eat Odin.
    • Goats are very intelligent and curious animals. Their inquisitive nature is exemplified in their constant desire to explore and investigate anything unfamiliar which they come across.
    I.... was about to question one thing but then another came up that made me wonder if anything in that was true..... then another and another until I was laughing too hard.

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    I've heard that each year goats will travel hundreds of miles to lay their eggs on a certain beach.

    I've also heard of a few instances where goats will take over farms and rule as the "more equal" leaders of the other animals. Truly one of nature's most awe-inspiring creatures.

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