- The Baya bird lights up its nest in an ingenious way. It captures a firefly and buries its head and thorax in the mud that lines the inside of the nest. Its abdomen continues to emit light, which lights up the interior.
- When fighting, a kangaroo balances on its tail, grabs its rival with its forearms, and kicks with its hind legs.
- The rattlesnake's rattle can be heard up to 50 km away.
- Sperm whales can dive to a depth of 1000 metres (3281 ft).
Funda of Fundas
Coyotes are clever enough to trick other animals. A coyote might leap about crazily near a group of birds to distract them, and then its partner might sneak up on the birds and seize a few of them for dinner.
In Native American stories coyotes are clever and tricky. This reputation is based on fact. Coyotes may scan the sky for ravens flying in circles. Coyotes know that the birds often hover over a dead animal, so finding the birds frequently leads to finding a free meal.
by Aniket Kumar(10 years)