50 Beautiful Facts About Cute Animals Which Will Make You Go “Aww” – Part 3

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31Slow Loris

Slow Loris

The Slow Loris is the only mammal that has both a toxic bite and is poisonous. They are nocturnal, and, when threatened, they freeze and remain motionless.


32Jaguar

Jaguar

The jaws of a jaguar are stronger than any other species of cat. With these strong jaws, they will crunch down on bones and eat them. Their jaws are strong enough to crack a sea turtle's shell. In fact, in the zoo, bones are part of a jaguars' regular diet.


33Parrotfish

Parrotfish

Parrotfish spend their days chomping down on coral. After they digest the coral, they poop out sand. Turns out, the majority of sand grains found on white-sand beaches, such as those found in Hawaii, are actually parrotfish poop.


34Hooded Pitohui

Hooded Pitohui

The Hooded Pitohui is the first scientifically documented poisonous bird. Its feathers give off a neurotoxin called homobatrachotoxin which has previously only been found in the skin of poison dart frogs, and handling them can cause numbness. 


35Cats

Cats

Cats travel by placing their hind paws in the print left by their front. This both quiets their steps and ensures solid footing for their powerful back legs.


36Red-tailed hawk

Red-tailed hawk

The iconic "eagle scream" is not, in fact of a bald eagle. Bald eagles have a high-pitched, laughing call; the fearsome screech often dubbed over eagle visuals belongs to a red-tailed hawk.


37Japanese dwarf flying squirrel

Japanese dwarf flying squirrel

This is the Japanese dwarf flying squirrel. It lives in subalpine forests in Japan and feeds on leaves, bark, fruit, and seeds. 


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38Woodcock

Woodcock

When woodcocks rock and strut, they are actually searching for food! It is suspected that the bobbing helps them detect slight changes in the soil, making it easier to detect worms.


39Virginia opossums

Virginia opossums

Virginia opossums have a gestational period of only 12 days. They are weaned off their mother’s milk after 70 to 125 days, after which they lead mostly solitary lives.


40Spotted Hyena

Spotted Hyena

Spotted Hyena milk has the highest protein and fat content of any terrestrial carnivore.

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  1. First also the timing on the comments are a bit off for example I’m posting this comment at 10:21 am Is it a time zone thing?

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