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Amazing Unheard GK Facts About Animals

Hello friends, welcome to Million-$- Knowledge, a free e-learning portal where you will find answers to almost all questions. Today here you will learn about some selected species found in different countries of the world. You will definitely be surprised to read their qualities. So without delay, let's start the article about GK facts about world's animals.


GK facts about animals

Blue Whale:

The blue whale is the largest animal in the world; it's about 100 feet long and 200 tons in weight. The blue whale is a mammal its heart weighs about 180 kg.

GK Facts About Animals
Blue Whale GK Fact


Kangaroo Rat:

Kangaroo rats die immediately after they drink water. These rats get water for metabolism from the seeds they eat and are found in parts of North America.

GK Facts About Animals
Kangaroo Rat GK Fact



Octopuses' blood is blue in color because it contains a protein named hemocyanin, which carries oxygen around the body, it contains copper rather than iron like we have in our hemoglobin.

GK Facts About Animals
Octopus GK Fact



A cockroach can live without its head for a week, a headless cockroach has no mouth to drink, and will be dead from dehydration within a week somewhere around 7 days or less.

GK Facts About Animals
Cockroach GK Fact



A pig cannot physically see towards the sky. It's physically impossible for pigs to look straight up to the sky, because of their neck muscles and the spine that limits the movement of their head and restricts them to look upwards.

GK Facts About Animals
Pig GK Fact



Tuatara has three eyes, and it's found only in New Zealand. The third eye comes from a gland attached to the brain.

GK Facts About Animals
Tuatara GK Fact



The earthworm has five hearts. The earthworm is the most common animal with multiple hearts; these decomposers can be found everywhere.

GK Facts About Animals
Earthworm GK Fact


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