The two-foot long bird called a Kea that lives in New Zealand likes to eat the strips of rubber around car windows.
When a crocodile loses a tooth, it is quickly replaced by a new tooth. They can go through 8000 teeth over a lifetime.
Xian’er, which translates to Worthy Stupid Robot Monk, is a robotic monk at China’s Longquan Buddhist temple which is designed to interact with tourists.
The Orca or Killer Whale is one of the few natural predators of a moose. They prey on moose swimming between islands on the Northwest coast of North America.
A sea turtle patrol on Hilton Island in South Carolina has recently turned up a rare double-headed (bicephalic) hatchling, which they named Squirt and Crush.
The masked birch caterpillar uses anal drumming to find friends to build a communal silken shelter.
Coke has 20 different brands that generate more than a billion dollars in sales globally.
There is a small hopping insect known as Issus Coleoptratus which has toothed gears in its joints to precisely synchronize its legs while jumping.