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River Otters
by Aniket Kumar
  • Every winter when food becomes scarce, the grey whales migrate from the arctic to southern waters covering almost 20,000 kms.
  • Starfish can turn its stomach inside out.
  • The sea horse carries its eggs in a pouch in a male’s body.
  • King cobra is the only snake in the world to build nests. 

Funda of Fundas

While river otters spend most of their time in water, they do travel across land as well—often in search of a mate. Otters even make their land travel look playful. They run a few steps and then slide on their bellies. One slide can be as long as 20 feet (6 meters) and may reach a speed of 18 miles (29 kilometers) an hour. Clearly, otters know how to have fun!   

by Aniket Kumar (11 years) 

15-Jan-2006
 
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