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    Fun fact about giraffes: their necks are physically long enough to reach the ground, but they splay their legs anyway when drinking water to lower the gravitational potential energy that their blood has so the strength of their heart doesn't cause an aneurysm. Think about how blood rushes to your head when you hang upside-down. Now imagine that your neck was five times longer and that much more blood was rushing to your head, and faster. That is how the giraffe do.


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    Giraffes also have the strongest kick power.
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    Have a bonus picture of a giraffe sleeping.



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    Giraffes also have the strongest kick power.
    Isn't it the zebra IIRC?

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    This about animals, I promise.
    Just wait for the punch line and you'll see!


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    What do you get when you mix traits from a red fox, a raccoon, and a cat into one animal?

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    Never seen an animal curl up to sleep like that on a tree branch <3
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    A- Those are not female but mane-less males.
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    Tsavo lions are a distinct variety of Masai lions (Panthera leo nubica) living around the Tsavo River in the Tsavo East National Park in Kenya. Tsavo males are notable for their lack of mane and smooth pelt, their size, and that they actively participate in hunting.
    B- The Tsavo Man-Eaters is actually a true story.

    C- A movie was based on the events . Okay there's more than one, but only one really had big names like Val Kilmer and Micheal Douglass. That one is The Ghost and the Darkness

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katzztar View Post
    https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com...e11b5c42a3.jpg

    A- Those are not female but mane-less males.


    B- The Tsavo Man-Eaters is actually a true story.

    C- A movie was based on the events . Okay there's more than one, but only one really had big names like Val Kilmer and Micheal Douglass. That one is The Ghost and the Darkness
    I watched that movie last year. I'm sure it was stylized but the thought of that actually being real was pretty disturbing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaido King of the Beasts View Post
    I watched that movie last year. I'm sure it was stylized but the thought of that actually being real was pretty disturbing.
    YEah there was some that was not accurate, such as the movie showing the lions to have manes, verifiable kill count, ect.Biggest inaccuracy is Michael Douglas's character, Charles Remington, which is entirely fictional.
    But DAMN the Ghost and the Darkness was a good movie and I agree, knowing its based on a real account is disturbing.
    Wikipedia has a section for the Historical accuracy (and its lack of) of the film.

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    Because they have to use less energy from bouncing off the ground less times, a Kangaroo uses less energy for moving the faster it goes.

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    This is a Portuguese Man o'War

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    Looks like a species of jellyfish, right?

    WRONG!

    In fact, this isn't an animal, it's several. It's a siphonophore, a sort of colonial organism that consists of several smaller, specialized organisms.

    Here's some of it's relatives, all living colonies.

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    Horses tends to have an unusual fear of pigs and camels.
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    Random fact. I didn't know this animal existed before watching the video below. See for yourself. Be amazed.

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    How Whales Became the Biggest Animals on the Planet

    It's basically because of a climate change 4millions ago.

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