A Siberian Red Crane bird is the world’s oldest known bird. The bird died in 1988 and lived to be 82 years old.
A hawk’s vision is so good that it can see a mouse from a height of one mile.
All of the Peking ducks in the United States are descendents from three ducks and one drake imported to Long Island, New York in 1873
In order to scare away predators, Giant Petrels, a type of seabird, throw up all over the intruder.
A flea can jump 150 times its size. That is the same as a person able to jump up 1,000 feet in the air.
A house fly’s feet are 10 million times more sensitive than a human tongue.
Spiders have claws at the ends of their legs.
There are more than 2,400 flea species in the world.
Wasps that feed on ferment occasionally get drunk and pass out.
Charles Darwin spent 39 years studying earthworms.
Cricket chirping can tell the temperature outside. Counting how many times a cricket chirps in 15 seconds and then adding 40 to that number will approximately tell you what the temperature is in Fahrenheit.
German Cockroaches can survive for up to one month without food and two weeks without water.