10 Most Amazing Extinct Animals

From the Quagga –half zebra, half horse– to the Irish Deer –the largest deer that ever lived–, an impressive list with pictures of amazing animals we will never see. Tyrannosaurus Rex (extinct 65 million years ago) [Wiki] Tyrannosaurus rex was one of the largest land carnivores of all time, measuring…

5 Oldest Animals in the World

…but they also are not designed for unusually long life. In nature, longevity rarely affects the lifespan of animals. Most prey animals get killed and eaten before they reach their maximum lifespan. Predators die from illness, injury, or humans. But some animals are experts at repairing damage to their bodies….

The Weirdest Names For Different Groups of Animals

Animal groups have some traditionally weird names. For example, do you know what a shrewdness is? Or what the word is for a group of elk? Here are some of the weirdest names to categorize and name groups of animals. Business A business refers to a group of ferrets or…

10 of the Coolest U.S. State Animals

…picks for state animals. 10.) White-Tailed Deer. Arkansas. Georgia. Illinois. Michigan. Mississippi. Nebraska. New Hampshire. Ohio. Oklahoma. Pennsylvania. South Carolina. Wisconsin. A full fifth of the states selected the White-tailed deer as their state animal. They’re usually listed as one among several other state animals, but it’s still the most…

5 Animals You Should Fear

When you think about animal attacks, it’s probably sharks and bears that come to mind. If you worry about dying at the hands of nature, it’s likely a fear of a snake bite or venomous spider. But there are so many more animals to fear. Animals are much more likely…

10 Transparent Animals

…This jellyfish-like animals known as Salps feed on small plants in the water called phytoplankton (marine algae).They are transparent, barrel-shaped animals that can range from one to 10cm in length.(Photo by DM) 10Transparent Jellyfish Jellyfish are free-swimming members of the phylum Cnidaria.They are found in every ocean, from the surface…