Check out this trivia all about animals.
Donald Duck's sister is named Dumbella.
Birds prefer their droppings to be on white cars, according to a recent scientific study.
"Zoophobia" is the fear of animals.
A flea expert is a pullicologist.
There are 142,000 recognized species of moths.
French Lick Springs, Indiana once passed a law requiring all black cats to wear bells on Friday the 13th.
Slugs have four noses.
A group of goats is called a "trip." A group of hares is called a "husk."
Some fish practice fellatio.
The only bird that can fly backwards is the hummingbird.
According to a Texas superstition, a bag filled with 13 sow bugs tied around a child's neck will cure the child from sores in the mouth.
Honeybees have hair on their eyes.
In ancient Babylon, eating the heart of a male partridge was the cure for impotence.
"Lutraphobia" is the fear of otters.
In 1933, Mickey Mouse received 800,000 fan letters.
The female ferret is called a Jill.
Female hyenas have more testosterone in their bodies than most male hyenas. As a result, females have "masculinized genitalia," which means a female's clitoris is enlarged and resembles a penis.
At horserace tracks, the favorite wins less than 30% of the time.
"Pnigophobia" is the fear of choking on fish bones.
Hamsters can have sex 75 times a day.
To avoid being eaten by birds, some caterpillars disguise themselves to look like bird droppings.
"Zorro" means "fox" in Spanish.
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