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Sloth and the Great Apes
by Aniket Kumar
  • Sloth’s take two weeks to digest their food.
  • Some species of the small, shy shrew have poisonous saliva that they use to immobilize their prey. These venomous shrews usually eat fish, frogs, small mice and newts.
  • All shrimp are born male, but slowly grow into females as they mature.
  • Cockroaches spend a lot of time cleaning themselves, but they haven't changed their looks much in 320 million years. Most species also prefer darkness to light, which works out nicely for them since they are nocturnal. 

Funda of Fundas by Guest Contributor Ankita Panda

Of all the great apes, the chimpanzee is probably the most familiar to most people. They are the most social of the apes living in groups of at least a dozen individuals. Unlike most other primates, a chimpanzee arm's and legs are equal in length, more like a human beings .They walk upright ,but cannot straighten their knees, which causes them to tilt forwards. They live for about 40or50 years. Chimpanzee are omnivores, they eat fruit ,nuts, leaves, honey, eggs, bark, insects, birds, and small mammals. Occasionally, they kill and eat other small animals. 

by Aniket Kumar (11 years) 

7-May-2006
 
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