- Flamingos can eat only with their head upside down.
- Raccoons when near water wash their food. I think some of us can learn a thing or two from them regarding hygiene.
- Carpet beetles are great survivors. They can survive inside closed bottles for as long as two ears eating only their discarded skin.
- Mistletoe feeds on the tree it grows on, finally killing it.
- A moth never eats. No, not that it is on a diet. It simply cannot eat since it has neither a mouth nor a stomach.
Funda of Fundas
Each year thousands of female green turtles swim more than 1,000 miles from the coast of Brazil to tiny Ascension Island in the South Atlantic Ocean. There they haul themselves onto the sandy beaches, scrape out shallow nests, and deposit their eggs. Then they swim back to Brazil.
by Aniket Kumar (11 years)
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