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You get here many interesting facts about animals, birds, creatures. We live surrounded by different types of animals and birds. As a human we also curious to know about others which are not surrounding us. So we are sharing a few amazing facts about animals and birds.

Vanish Your Confusions

* To Know About Big Cats

*How we differentiate between Cheetah, Leopard and Jaguar

Cheetah

The cheetah is the only cat in itsnus; it has a unique physical structure and is well-known as the "fastest land animal." The cheetah makes its home on the African or Asian savanna or other grassland.

"Cheetah is the only big cat that can't roar."

Physical Identification-

1)Spots are "thumbprint" type -- imagine dipping your thumb in ink and dabbing it all over the animal.

2)Uniquely identifiable by two long black "tear tracks" coming down either side of the nose.

Behavioral Identification-

1)Hunts small prey in grasslands.

2)Hunts only during the day.

3)Very skittish of other cats.

4)Become accustomed to humans much more quick.

5)Younger cats may be seen in small groups.

Prey Style- 

1)Hides in the long grass, then chases.

2)Prefers to run its prey down and kill with a bite to the throat.

3)Not interested in putting up a fight; will quickly abandon a kill if larger predators arrive.

Leopard

The leopard is one of the most widely-distributed cats in the world, ranging across nearly three continents. These skilled hunters can be found in grasslands, jungle, and near human settlements.

Physical Identification-

1)Spots are "rosette" type -- imagine bunching your fingers up together and dipping them in ink, then "stamping" all over the animal.

2)Tail either spotted as rest of the body or light-tipped.

Behavioral Identification-

1)Hunts small and medium/large-size prey in woody grasslands and sometimes forests.

2)Prefers to hunt during the night.

3)Uses trees as territorial defense.

4)Does not become accustomed to humans quickly very elusive.

5)Excellent camouflage; they are the "shadow cat" -- can be 10 ft away and you still don't see them
Very solitary -- only mother + cubs spend long periods of time together.

 Prey style-

1)Prefers to stalk and ambush.

2)Attacks the throat to kill quickly.

3)Not interested in putting up a fight against larger predators but does not like to abandon a kill, and so usually retreats with its meal.

Jaguar

The jaguar is the largest cat of the Americas; it is a renowned, stealthy hunter that prefers forest cover to attack and kill medium/large prey.

Physical Identification-

1)Spots are "dirty rosette" type -- imagine bunching your fingers up together and dipping them in ink, then "stamping" all over the animal, Then using your pinky finger to put an extra couple of dots in the middle.

2)Tail is often darker at the tip.

Behavioral Identification-

1)Hunts small and medium-size prey in forests.

2)Prefers to hunt during the night.

3)Uses trees as territorial defense and for ambushing.

4)Does not become accustomed to humans quickly.

5)Excellent camouflage; they are the "shadow cat" of the  Americas  can be 10 ft away and you still don't see them.

6)Very solitary -only mother + cubs spend long periods of time together.

Prey Style-

1)Prefers to follow + ambush from the trees.

2)Kills with a bite to the back of the neck, breaking the neck.

"Jaguar often get high by eating Hallucinogenic roots, which is also increases their sense for hunting "

WHAT ABOUT THEIR KINDNESS

You feel strange, Yes it is

Strange Behaviour

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*How we differentiate between Tortoise and Turtle

Tortoise

Physical Identification-

1)They have more rounded and domed shells.

2)They have 'Club-like' forelegs and 'elephantine' hind legs to help them move around and carry the extra weight.

3)They usually have a life span of 80-150 years.

4)They are generally smaller than the turtle, Tortoises weighing an average of 250kg. The largest tortoise is the 'Aldabra Giant' with 225 years lifespan.

5)They don't shed scute from their shells and these grow without shedding, pushing up old growth to give the shell a layered look.

Habitat-

1)They spend most of their time on land. They are predomintly terrestrial.

2)They are generally herbivorous. They eat grass and leafy vegetables.

Example- 

Leopard tortoise, Aldabra Gaint, Gopher tortoise etc.

Turtle

Physically Identification-

1)They have thinner, more water dynamic shells.

2)They have flipper- like legs or webbed feet to make it easier to cruise through the water.

3)They usually have a life span of 10-100 years.

4)They are generally larger than tortoises, their weight 300-700 kg.

5)They shed their scutes to make room for new scutes to grow though underneath.

Habitat-

1)In general, they are adapted to an aquatic or at least semi- aquatic life.

2)On land, they are omnivores. But they have been observed to eat jellyfish, urchins, molluscs and seaweed.

Example- 

Olive Ridley turtle, Green Turtle, Leatherback Turtle etc.

Forests always surprise us by their secrets

Super Powers of Wilds

Amazon forest is full of surprises

To Know More About Creatures

1)Snails can change their gender according to their wish. They also can sleep for three years at a time.

2) blue whale weighs as much as three elephants and is as long as three Greyhound buses.

3) bat can eat up to 1 thousand insects per hour.

4)Octopuses have three hearts

5)Jellyfish have no brain.

6)Wild dolphins call each other by name.

7)Polar bears have black skin and see-through fur.

8)Honeybees can flap their wings 200 times/sec.

9)Male koalas have two penises and female koalas have two vaginas.

10)At birth, a panda is smaller than a mouse.

11)Elephants are the only animal that can't jump.

12)A rhinoceros' horn is made of hair.

13)Giraffes have no vocal cords.