Nature is already quite majestic, but did you know, that wombats have almost perfectly cube-shaped poop? Or that kiwis are practically blind and forage mainly by smell? And, believe it or not, axolotls can regrow lost limbs and even grow new ones! Nature is just full of surprises and weird animal facts. Bored Panda has chosen a few of the more unexpected animal facts, with which you can definitely blow you colleagues minds. Just be sure to remember at least one of them in the time of need. And if you thought that human life is rather complex, then after checking these illustrations and animal trivia compiled by A. Stiffler and K. Copeland in a series called Nature is Magic, you might just think otherwise. Don't forget to check their website called ChaosLife for more fun facts about animals!

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Nathaly Androvich 1 year ago

Just like me :)!!!

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PsychoPrincess 1 year ago

Brings a new meaning to shitting bricks

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Charm Valenzuela 1 year ago

who knows? maybe Godzilla lives down there

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Wanda Queen 1 year ago

This, I know, having had chickens for years. They even look sort of dino-ish up close.

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coffee zombie 1 year ago

How does that work? You take the butterfly on a binge weekend and ask it to choose between flower juice and blood?

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Hans 1 year ago

I recommend goggles...it helped me to swim with my eyes, open, too! :)

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MagicalUnicorn 1 year ago

that how they spread freedom

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Zori the degu 1 year ago

City dwelling birds can be really good at imitating sounds, I got fooled by a magpie into believing that there was a kitten stuck on a tree. And it happened to some of my friends as well.

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Blue Hippo 1 year ago

On the behalf of my fellow Hippos, we are sorry...

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Hans 1 year ago

The question, however, is: do they want to?

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Troux 1 year ago

That's because they are basically made of stem cells - they are stuck in a biological development limbo (think puberty). If they are injected with iodine, it actually resumes their ontogeny and they become a salamander.

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Troux 1 year ago

Usually found at depths of 7,000 feet but I'm still going to keep checking under the bed...

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Hans 1 year ago

I would still rather take the bus.

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Hans 1 year ago

Fortunately, they are too slow and too cute.

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Royal_Emperor 1 year ago

Now that is rebellious. nature wants it to swim, it just doesn't give a fu**.

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Lillian Chesak 1 year ago

Eew.... and yet fascinating

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Isabel Tamayo 1 year ago

Too lazy to shiver xD

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Charm Valenzuela 1 year ago

no moon walking.... sad:(

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Royal_Emperor 1 year ago

Dating profiles of giraffes must be....."interesting".

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PsychoPrincess 1 year ago

And the wingspan once they stretch out their wings is smaller than any other bird species if they're an inch long I would be surprised

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Maverick rudometkin 1 year ago

i wonder if the mer-people have them as pets?

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Vlad Horobet 1 year ago

wait wait wait...you mean to tell that there are people that think they are just some lawn decoration and not a real bird?

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Isabel Tamayo 1 year ago

I've seen a picture of this and I don't wanna see anymore.. Too much disgusting, for me at least.

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PsychoPrincess 1 year ago

Best Google search of the day unlike the last when I decided to Google which gave me nightmares for the rest of my life

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Elle Valentino 1 year ago

It's called cribbing (or crib biting) involves a horse grasping a solid object such as the stall door or fence rail with its incisor teeth, then arching its neck, and contracting the lower neck muscles to retract the larynx

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Hans 1 year ago

Well, much food colouring and flavours comes from grinded lice, fungi, and microorganisms.

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PsychoPrincess 1 year ago

I've seen seagulls sunbathe on one leg I've seen crows sunbathe on one leg think it's just a bird thing

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coffee zombie 1 year ago

Curious to know how this information was gathered.

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Royal_Emperor 1 year ago

meh! i don't really know this guy.

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