Sometimes, all you need is a cute animal picture to get rid of your bad mood.
I don’t know about you, but I’m an animal lover. And seeing adorable animals on the Internet always cheers me up. The animal world is fascinating, and it’s always interesting to learn new facts about it every day.
So, here are a few cute facts about animals that will surely make you smile and brighten your day:
#1 Dogs know when someone is misbehaving with their owners. So they snub that person.
#2 Cheetahs can’t roar, instead, they chirp, meow and purr. How cute is that?
#3 Penguins propose each other with pebbles.
#5 The snow leopard and white rhino aren’t endangered anymore!
#6 When an elephant is upset or stressed, its herd mates will caress them with their trunks and make reassuring chirping noises.
#7 Baby elephants suck their trunks like baby humans suck their thumb.
#8 Norway once knighted a penguin named Nils.
#9 Crows have friends to back them up when they’re in danger.
#10 Cows have best friends.
#11 When dogs lay down and do that funny leg stick-out thing, it’s called a sploot.
#12 Otters hold hands while sleeping so they don’t float away from each other.
#13 And they carry their favourite rock in their pouch.
#14 Trees help each other survive by sharing nutrients through underground fungus.
#15 Rats laugh when you tickle them.
#16 Koalas mark their territory with a scent gland on their chest, so they hug trees really tight to leave their mark.
#17 Most sea turtles come back to the same beach they were born on to hatch their eggs and start their next generation.
#18 A bunch of ladybirds is called a “loveliness”
#19 And a group of bunnies is called a “fluffle“.
#20 Spiders have tiny paws
#21 Squirrels indirectly plant hundreds of trees by forgetting their nuts in the ground.
#22 Polar bears sometimes make pillows out of snow before they fall asleep.
#23 There is an island in Japan covered in tame bunnies.
#24 Some fish use sign language to talk to other species. Blop Blop…
#25 Some spiders keep tiny frogs as pets, which they protect from predators.