1. Which is the Largest Mammal in the world?
Ans: Blue Whale
Fact: Blue Whale(Baleanoptra musculus) is the largest known animal to have existed.
Did you know? A fully grown Blue whale is approximately 30 meters(98 feet) in length and more than 180 metric tons in weight!
2. Giraffe is a
Fact: Giraffes are herbivores, Which means they eat only plants. Their long neck allows them to reach leaves, seeds, fruits and seeds and branches that are in mimosa and acacia trees.
Did you know? Giraffes are the tallest living animals in the world. A giraffe’s neck alone is 6 feet long.
3. Bat is a
Fact: Bat is a mammal because they give birth to their young ones, nurse them and have hair. Birds have feathers.
Did you know? Bats are the only mammals that can truly fly.
4. How many hearts does an Octopus have?
Fact: Octopus has 3 hearts one large heart to pump blood to all of the body and two hearts to pump blood to the gills.
Did you know? Octopus has blue blood because of a copper-rich protein called as haemocyanin.
5. How does a fish breathe?
Fact: Gills are feathery organs full of blood vessels. A fish breathes by taking water into its mouth and forcing it out of the gills. That is when the dissolved oxygen from the water is taken.
Did you know? Dolphins and Whales do not have gills. Because they are mammals and are not fish at all.