In a group of lions, we can normally find 15 of them - and the leader is always a female
Deers are the only living animals to shed their antlers every year because they grow very fast. The difference between antlers and horns is that horns are made of bones and don’t grow back if broken
Frogs have cold blood, which means that their body temperature is controlled by the atmosphere - either from the water or the air. When their body gets too bold, they look for a place in the sun to warm it up
Rabbits purr like cats. They do this as a sign that they are happy - like when they get they're being cuddled.
Elephants have the biggest brain of all mammals. Their brains weigh around 5kgs!
Both cats' and dogs' noses are unique, like human fingerprints. It’s becoming more and more common to take nose prints of dogs in case they ever get lost.
A dog’s sense of smell is up to one hundred thousand times more sensitive than a human’s.
A group of kittens is called a kindle.
Dolphins love to play! They're very curious animals and use their sense of fun to bond with other dolphins.
Rhinos are the largest land mammals, followed by elephants in 2nd and hippos in 3rd place
Tasmanian Devils have this name because they can ONLY be found in the wild in Tasmania, Australia
Every time they get scared, mice will play dead until the danger has gone away
You should be careful with lemmings: They look very cute but they can be very aggressive when they come across any threats - but this one Grizzy already knew!
Sharks have approximately 50 teeth but no one single bone! Their skeletons are made or cartilage (similar to the tissue in human ears)
Rabbits are born without any fur but with the time they acquire the cute appearance we know
Cockroaches are estimated to be at least 200 million years old, which means they were actually around before some dinosaurs!
A dog nose is always unique, like a human’s digital impression
Deers have a very good smelling ability. They can smell food from large distances and they use this to communicate and detect where their group mates are