Today I Learned: Animals

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The blue whale isn't just the largest living animal, but the largest to have ever existed on Earth.
Opossums are immune to nearly every kind of snake venom.
The siamang, a species of Sumatran ape, will harvest rice and use it to make a primitive form of bread.
The last living dodo was killed by a pet cat in 1909.
There has never been a recorded instance of a human being killed by a hammerhead shark.
A marine sponge can be ground through a sieve and reorganize itself into a living sponge.
Captive-raised poison dart frogs are non-toxic, because their toxicity comes from their diet in the wild.
A male bald eagle may have a 7 foot (2.1 m) wingspan, yet weigh only about 9 pounds (4 kg).
Mountain gorillas regularly hunt for fish & rodents for the protein to maintain their powerful musculature.
Up to 90% of the wildlife found on Madagascar is found nowhere else on Earth.
Condors lay rectangular eggs. This helps them to avoid rolling out of their nests in high winds.
Icelandic horses are not allowed to leave the country. If they do, they are banned from returning.
Pill bugs (woodlice) are not insects, but crustaceans like lobsters and shrimp.
The fennec fox is the only mammal known to be able to regrow an entire missing limb.
The closest living relative of the manatee is the giraffe.
Though commonly believed to be worms, leeches are actually a group of primitive amphibians.
There is at least one wild rhinoceros species currently present on every continent except Antarctica.
The fastest cheetah ever observed clocked in at 122 mph (196 km/h).
Australia has more species of venomous snakes than non-venomous ones.
An individual gopher tortoise was verified to have lived over 650 years.

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