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facts about Spider

facts about Spider

facts about Spider:


facts about Spider



  • Spiders are arachnids not insects


  • Other members of the spiders family including scorpions, mites ticks and harvest men


  • "Spider" have 8 legs while insects have 6


  • Spiders don't have antennae while insects do


  • Spiders are found every where except Antarctica


  • There are almost 40000 different species of spiders


  • Most spiders make silk which they use to create spider webs and capture prey


  • Abandoned spider webs are called cobwebs


  • Most spiders are harmless to humans but a few spider species such as the black widow can bite humans and inject venom. Deaths from spider bites are rare however


  • Tarantulas are large and often hairy spiders the biggest species have been known to kill mice lizards and birds


  • An abnormal fear of spiders is called arachnophobia


  • Tarantulas are large and often hairy spiders the biggest species have been known to kill mice lizards and birds


  • Most tarantula species pose no threat to humans


  • The largest species of tarantula is the goliath Birdeater


  • Giant huntsman spiders have leg span of around 30 cm 
facts about Shark

facts about Shark

facts about Shark:

facts about Shark


  • Although shark has a reputation as destructive beasts that attach almost anything that enters their water habitat , the actual number of shark attacks is probably lower than you imagine


  • There are many different types of sharks including the great white shark , hammerhead shark , bull shark , tiger shark and mako they all offer varied and interesting information so read on and enjoy our cool shark facts


  • "Sharks" have outstanding hearing . They can hear a fish thrashing in the water from as far as 500 meters away.


  • If a shark was put into a large swimming pool it would be able to smell a single drop of blood in the water.


  • A pup is born ready to take care of itself . The mother shark leaves the pup to fend for itself and the pup usually makes a fast get away before the mother tries to eat it


  • Great whites are the deadliest shark in the ocean . These powerful predators can rcae through the water at 30 km per hours


  • A shark always has a row of smaller teeth developing behind its front teeth . Eventually the smaller teeth move forward like a conveyor belt and the front teeth fall out
facts about Pony

facts about Pony

facts about Pony:

facts about Pony




  • Ponies are small horses


  • Ponies have thicker manes and tails than horses


  • Well trained ponies are good for children while they are learning to ride


  • As well as for riding ponies are used in driving and working roles


  • Young ponies are small but very strong


  • Hackney ponies were first bred to pull carriages


  • Ponies are easy to look after requiring half the food that a horse would if it was the same weight


  • They also have proportionally shorter legs ,  thicker necks and shorter heads


  • Young ponies are called foals


  • Shetland ponies are small but very stronger than horses .


  • Miniature horses are even smaller than ponies



facts about Rabbit

facts about Rabbit

facts about Rabbit:


facts about Rabbit


facts Rabbit


  • More than half of the world's rabbits live in North America.


  • Rabbits have long as ears which can be as long as 10


  • "Rabbit" have a life span of around 10 years

  • Rabbit born with closed eyes and without fur


  • A female rabbit is called a doe


  • A male rabbit is called a kit or kitten


  • Rabbits live in groups


  • The European rabbit lives underground in burrows . A group of burrows is known as a worren


  • Pet Rabbit are plant eaters


  • Rabbit reproduce very quickly . This can be a major  headache for people living in agricultural area
interesting facts about polar bear

interesting facts about polar bear

interesting facts about polar bear:


interesting facts about polar bear


polar bear fun facts


  • Female polar bears usually only weight about half as males


  • Scientists believe that there are around 20000 polar bears


  • Polar Bear have 42 teeth


  • Scientific name of Polar Bear is "URSUS MARITIMUS"


  • Polar Bears live in the Arctic


  • Polar Bears have black skin though their fur appears white it is actually transparent


  • It is the largest carnivores that lives on land


  • Polar bears use sea ice as a platform to hunt seals


  • Seals make up most of a polar bears diet


  • Male Polar Bears can weigh up to 680 kg or 1500 lb


  • Polar bears keep warm thanks to nearly 10 cm of blubber under the skin


  • Polar bears can reach speeds up to 40 kph on land and 10 kph in water


  • The Polar Bear was the mascot for the 1998 Winter Olympics in Calgary , Canada