The armadillo's armor is made out of bone, the three-banded, can roll into a ball.
Anteaters walk on their balled-up fists to keep their claws sharp for digging.
Wild dogs don't use a kill bite when hunting; the pack will actually begin to eat their prey alive.
Baby aardvarks are born with front teeth that fall out and never grow back.
Sharks love heavy metal because the low-frequency vibrations are similar to the sounds made by struggling fish.
The rare Argania tree in Morocco produces such irresistible fruit each summer that local goats perch on its branches.
Bats are a key player in the production of tequila. The agave plant is pollinated by bats.
The skin of a honey badger is tough enough to resist several machete blows and is almost impervious to arrows and spears.