Amazing Animal Facts, Biomes
Elephant Anatomy Facts. They all have approximately 350 bones and their joints tend to be rather tight, which improves their strength but limits their flexibility.
Elephant Behavior Facts. Elephants are amongst the few wild animals to form strong social bonds of companionship, friendship and family.
By and large, elephants are not fussy eaters. They’ll munch on almost any kind of flora, but for the sake of volume and convenience they generally prefer to eat large plants.
Elephant Habitat and Distribution. Some elephants live in tropical forests, enjoying a steady temperature throughout the year and experiencing varied but unpredictable levels of rainfall.
Elephant Reproduction Facts. Once the mating is complete, the bull usually remains with the herd for a few hours to eat and socialise before himself returning to his usual haunts.
African Elephant Facts and Information. African elephants are the largest land mammal still extant. Information about African Elephants.
Facts and Information about Asian Elephants. Asian Elephant Description, Behavior, Feeding, Reproduction, Asian Elephant threats and more.
Clouded Leopard Facts. Description Unlike the leopards seen in most popular culture depictions, clouded leopards are not exactly spotted.
Serval Facts. Servals are medium-sized small cats, closely related to the caracal. Servals live exclusively in Africa, almost all in South Africa and Tunisia.
Leopard Facts. Their distinctive ‘rosette’ style spots are a major fashion statement; the lore that surrounds them is widespread and popular.
Cougar Facts and information. Cougars, sometimes referred to as “mountain lions”, are the only wild cat of anything like their size and power commonly found in many parts of the USA.
Jaguar Facts. Jaguars are iconic cats in any number of ways. They’re the only “big cat” found in the Americas.