Betta fish are carnivores! To be more specific, insectivores. They prefer to feed on insect larvae, worms, fish pellet and flakes. Betta fish also feed on the eggs of insects. If you see Bettas feeding off of plant roots, it...
Category - Animal Facts
Specific facts about animals and animal behavior
Much like cats, the fox is most active after the sun sets. In fact, it has vertically oriented pupils that allow foxes to see in dim light. Foxes even hunt in a similar manner to cats, by stalking and pouncing on its prey.
A baby swan is called a cygnet.
Pigs are amazingly intelligent. They are very curious and insightful animals who are widely accepted as being smarter than young children of at least 3 years of age, dogs, and even some primates.
A sea otter’s fur is the densest of any animal on Earth—an estimated 1 million hairs per square inch. This is because, unlike other marine mammals, it has no blubber to keep it warm.
The Welsh used corgis as herders as early as the 10th century. Pastures were considered common land, so there were no fences and livestock was constantly straying. In order to keep a farmer’s cattle together and separated...
Opossums have almost total immunity to the venom produced by rattlesnakes, cottonmouths and other pit vipers and are mostly immune to rabies.
Red foxes learn to adapt to live around the world in many diverse habitats, earning their legendary reputation for intelligence and cunning.
Did you know that in flight the ladybug beats its wings 85 times per second!