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Curiosity: Blue Whale is the largest animal in the world
Trivia about the animals:
- The smallest bird in the world is the bee hummingbird. Weighing 1.7 grams and 58 millimeters (males), this tiny bird is found in the woods and forests of Cuba.
- Shrimp, a crustacean much appreciated in cooking, has the heart and part of the digestive system inside the head.
- The giant salamander of China is the largest amphibious animal in the world. An animal of this species may reach 1.9 m in length.
- The largest animal in the world is a mammal: the blue whale. Found mainly in the northern waters of the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, this cetacean can weigh up to 170 tons and measure up to 30 meters in length.
- The largest land carnivorous animal is the polar bear. These bears weigh on average 500 pounds and measure up to 2.5 meters in height.
- The largest bird in the world is the North African ostrich. These winged giants can reach up to 2.7 meters in height (males). They are also very heavy (compared to other birds) with up to 155 pounds.
- The fastest bird in the world is the peregrine falcon. In free fall, usually when hunting, it can reach an impressive 300 km / h.
- The mane is extremely important to a lion. The larger the mane, the more the animal is respected in the group and can more easily conquer a female for reproduction. The mane also protects the neck area in case of a fight with another animal.
- The kangaroo is the biggest jumper in the animal kingdom. Running at a speed of up to 55 km / h, this marsupial can jump up to 9 meters away and 1.8 meters high.
- The sloth is also one of the sleepiest animals on the planet. An adult animal sleeps on average 15 hours a day.
- An adult camel can stay up to 20 days without drinking water. But at this time he needs to eat leaves, because it is through them that he gets water.
- Cats are easy to see in dark environments. This happens because in the eyes of these cats there are special cells whose function is to reflect the light rays.
- The longest beak bird in the world is the Australian Pelican. An adult bird of this species may have a beak between 35 and 45 cm in length.
- The longest snake in the world is the reticulated python. Found in the forests of Asia, this reptile can reach 10 meters in length.
- The fastest fish in the world is the sailfish. This “ocean formula 1” can reach up to 105 km / h.
- The largest freshwater fish is the giant catfish found in the waters of the Mekong River. This species of fish can reach 300 kg in weight and 3 meters in length.
- The most poisonous spider on the planet is the species's weapon Phoneutria. Possessing an extremely potent neurotoxic poison, this spider is common in Brazilian territory.
- The largest invertebrate animal in the world is the Atlantic giant squid. With its open tentacles, this giant of the seas can reach 16 meters in length.
- The tallest mammal in the world is the giraffe. They live in the African savannas and can reach up to 5.4 meters in height (male animal).
- The largest saltwater fish is the whale shark. Typical warm Pacific and Atlantic waters can reach 12 meters in length.
- The longest-lived animal is the Galapagos Tortoise (Chelonoidis nigra), who live in the Galapagos Islands (Ecuador). These reptiles can live up to 150 years. A captive bred specimen in an Australian zoo has lived 170 years.
Galapagos Tortoise: Life up to 150 years.