Currently, the world we live in is filled with thousands of animals. And it can be quite challenging to place on words on what it is about animals that we love. Could it be their adorable physique and cuteness? Could it be their beautiful looks, natural innocence, and emotional reactions?
All of these and many more are what we truly love about these animals. With facts, University of California had disclosed that human practically experiences the same emotions as animals do, most especially when we (humans) come in contact with animals.
Although some animal creatures are cute but can equally be dangerous at the same time. While we can say there is a lot of things we already know about most animals, there are however still many more things to learn. Importantly, there are a lot of facts about that them we actually don’t know. A lot of these facts also emphasize the relationships as well as the emotional association that occurs between one animal to another animal.
We at Waterballoon have, however, compiled facts, but few amazing things about animals that will make you go Awww. Yeah! Scroll down!!
#1 Sea otters hold hands while sleeping. This helps them drift apart.
#2 Otters show their babies once they sense a danger around. This makes a predator feel compassionate for them.
#3 Just because they forgot where their acorns is, Squirrels plant thousands of new trees yearly.
#4 Dolphin gave themselves names.
#5 Puffins makes their home on a cliff and interestingly they mate for life.
#6 Wow! An oyster can change his/her gender
#7 When a seahorse’s mate, they hold each other’s tail and stay together for a lifetime.
#8 Male puppies often allow the female puppies win while playing
#9 The happiest animal in the world are the Quokkas
#10 Cows have best friends, but turn stressed once there’s a departure
#11 While humans propose with a ring, Gentoo Penguins do same with a pebble.
#12 In order to protect themselves from danger, an octopus build around itself a cave with shiny objects and crustacean shells.
#13 Even in the egg, chickens communicate with one another through a system of sounds.
#14 Red pandas use bushy tails as a blanket.
#15 Polar bears use a nose-to-nose technique to greet each other or when they seek for favor.
#16 A baby elephant suck their trunk, same as human babies suck their thumb.
#17 Grizzly bears sets up their den close to their parents when they are grown.
#18 When a Koala baby doesn’t fit in their mom’s pouch, they are carried on the back by their mother.
#19 When they Headbutt, it means your cat trust you.
#20 Squirrels can adopt another baby squirrels who are orphans.