Interesting facts about jungle animals
Elephants spend 16 hours a day eating plant food.
The large tusks of African elephants can be over 10 ft (3 m) in length and weigh over 200 lb (90 kg).
Some antelope horns can grow to almost 5 ft (1.5 m) long.
Apes and humans are so closely related that they share a large amount of same DNA.
Coyotes are actully more scared of a human.
giraffes’ fur darkens when they grow older. A giraffe tongue can be 18 inches long
Tigers are the biggest cat. They can eat 60 pounds of meat in one day.
Raccoons are actually close to the bear family. They like to live in urban areas.
Wolves usually live in packs. They also fight in packs.
Giant pandas are good tree-climbers and swimmers.They have lived on earth for about 3 million years.
Armadillos eat fire ants as food. Armadillos are good diggers and swimmers.
Hummingbird is one of the smallest bird and fastest flying birds.
Not any two zebras have exactly the same stripes.
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