In Saint Paul, Minnesota, there is a Parrot adoption and rescue where parrots are taught to paint and the art is sold to raise money for the sanctuary.
The tobacco hornworm uses the nicotine from the tobacco it eats to produce bad breath to deter predators.
The Australian Rainbow Lorikeet routinely gets drunk on the fermented crimson flower nectar from the Weeping Boer-bean tree and make loud noises during spring and summer.
Puffins are a local delicacy in Iceland. You can find them served smoked, grilled, or boiled
The Roncalli Circus in Germany has replaced live animal acts with holographs created by 11 specialized projectors displaying from multiple angles.
There is a group of sea wolves on Vancouver Island that can swim for miles and 90% of their diet is seafood.
Sea otters have loose skin across their chest which creates a pouch for them to store rocks and food.
Starting life underwater, in tough times the Rocky Mountain tiger salamander can resort to cannibalism and even seal its gills and grow lungs to live on land.