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These animals deserve to know them better and learn more about their features, lifestyle, and character. Take, for example, the fact that their stripes, like human fingerprints, are unique - could you imagine this?


What do we know about zebras other than they are striped?


The facts we at Bemorepanda have collected for you will tell you many exciting things about zebras, these great representatives of the African continent.


So, could you get acquainted: with zebras?



1. If you've ever wondered if there are crossbreeds between a horse and a zebra, the answer is yes. These are the so-called Zorses, descended from a zebra stallion and a mare. This hybrid was mentioned several times in George Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series of fantasy novels. Like most hybrids, Zorses are sterile.


2. Zebras have a strong sense of community and are not afraid to stand up for their fellow herds. When one of them is injured due to a predator attack, other zebras immediately come to the rescue, circling the injured fellow and helping to drive away the attacker.


3. All zebras come from Africa, but depending on their species, they have their specific habitat. Plains zebras can be found in East and South Africa; Grevy's zebras live in Ethiopia and Kenya; mountain zebras usually live in South Africa, Namibia, and Angola.


4. Zebras can communicate both verbally and non-verbally. The most striking example of non-verbal communication is the expression of the muzzle, in particular, the ears. They prick their ears and stretch their muzzles forward when greeting each other. Feeling threatened, they press their ears to their heads.


5. Along with horses and donkeys, zebras are the only living animals with only one toe.


6. Fossils from China and Uzbekistan and a two-million-year-old fossil found in South Africa suggest that the ancestors of Grevy's zebras once roamed Africa and Eurasia.


7. There are albino zebras in Mount Kenya's forests, and their dark stripes are light.



8. Mountain zebras live on slopes and plateaus at an altitude of up to 2000 meters above sea level.


9. Zebras have a habit of rubbing against various objects and even rolling in mud. Rolling coats their fur with sand and earth, which helps zebras keep themselves clean by rubbing off dead skin and removing mites, biting insects, and pests. Zebras also help keep each other clean.


10. In 1882, the government of Ethiopia, then known as Abyssinia, sent a zebra as a gift to French President Jules Grevy. In the same year, the French naturalist Émile Ustale named this species of zebra "Grevy's zebra" in honor of the president.


11. Zebras have evolved the ability to sleep standing up, and they do it most of the time. If predators attack, they can immediately run away and not waste precious seconds getting up.


12. Zebras are herbivores. In particular, they feed on grass, leaves, and stems of shrubs. Chewing wears down their teeth, so these teeth continue to grow throughout their lives. When the dry season arrives, zebras go elsewhere in search of food; this is why most species are considered nomadic.


13. Although zebras are not very fast (they can run at about 64 km per hour), they are incredibly dynamic and rely on their agility and endurance to outwit faster predators. They can zigzag to confuse attackers and evade most predators.


14. Have you ever wondered why zebras have stripes? There are many reasons for this, but the most interesting is the phenomenon of disruptive (torn) coloration. To a lion, a herd of zebras does not look like a bunch of individual animals gathered together but rather like a vast camouflaged striped mass, which makes it difficult for a predator to choose a specific zebra to attack.



15. Zebras are not picky eaters. Instead of just chewing short grass, they eat a wide variety of herbs, leaves, and young trees. As a result, they can roam much further than many other species, often venturing into wooded areas. They are known as pioneer animals, preparing the plains for other herbivore species that require shorter, more nutritious grasses.


16. Grevy's zebras have a low calf survival rate. Habitat loss, competition for resources, and hunting by humans have reduced the species' population by 54% in 30 years. Grevy's zebras are listed in the Red Book of Threatened Species, the most comprehensive archive of data on the global conservation status of biological species.


17. Zebra stripes can make them unattractive to some smaller predators, such as blood-sucking horseflies, which can spread disease.


18. The dominant stallion in the herd guards the group and is the first to sense danger, uttering a high-pitched snort to warn his comrades. He then quickly takes a defensive position at the group's rear while the mare (usually the mother of the youngest foal) leads the rest of the herd away.


19. Zebras are among the mammals with the most extended gestation period. Females can carry cubs for 12 to 14 months.


20. Zebras are considered mature at 3 to 6 years, and their average lifespan is 25 years.



21. Despite belonging to the same family as horses and donkeys, the independent nature of zebras makes them impossible to tame. They panic easily and have a much more aggressive nature than horses. They are known for attacking people.


22. Just as no two people have the same fingerprints, no two zebras have the same stripes.


23. Zebras use bites and kicks to protect themselves.


24. Zebras have completely black skin under black and white fur.


25. Night vision of a zebra is about the same as that of an owl.


26. Zebras were the subject of rock art in South Africa, dating from 28,000 to 20,000 years ago.


27. Unfortunately, it is well known that humanity is responsible for the disturbance of the natural habitat of many species. Agriculture, grazing, hunting, and habitat loss are the leading life-threatening causes for plains zebras.


28. Plains zebras regularly travel from the Serengeti plains in Tanzania to Kenya in search of food and water. Their annual migration leaves them vulnerable to various dangers, including attacks from lions, hyenas, wild dogs, and crocodiles.



29. Grevy's zebras are fast learners: newborns can be seen running just an hour after birth.


30. Adult mountain zebras can be 116 to 150 cm tall and weigh 240 to 372 kg.


31. Plains zebras usually have a height of 1.1 to 1.5 m and weigh up to 350 kg.


32. All zebras are close to their mothers, but males also form strong bonds with their fathers.


33. Grevy's zebras often live in harmony with other herbivores - wildebeests, ostriches, and antelope - nibbling off-dry, hardened grass tips that other herbivores cannot digest.


34. Grevy's zebras spend 60% of their day eating. In the dry season, when food is scarce, the percentage increases to 80%.


35. Newborn foals only take six minutes to stand on their own.


36. Mountain zebras are considered crepuscular animals, primarily active in the early morning and late afternoon until sunset.



37. Today, three zebra species roam the Earth: Grevy's, plains, and mountain zebra.


38. Zebras are born with brown and white hair, but brown turns black with age.


39. Plains zebras have been recorded to cover the 500 km between Namibia and Botswana, the longest land migration of a mammal in Africa.


40. Grevy's zebras can go without water for almost a week, but if possible, they will drink every day.


41. The plains zebra is the official national animal of Botswana.


42. When it's cold, mountain zebras take refuge in forests or caves and warm themselves in the morning sun, heading for the slopes facing east.


43. The main predators attacking Grevy's zebras are lions, cheetahs, hyenas, hunting dogs, and leopards.


44. Hunting is the main reason for the decline in the number of Grevy's zebras in Ethiopia.



45. Plains zebras are the most common type of zebra.


46. At birth, foals weigh between 25 and 40 kg.


47. Each species of zebra has its general stripe pattern.


48. Mountain zebras are skilled climbers and have sharper hooves than other zebras and horses.


49. Unlike plains zebras and horses, Grevy's zebras do not form long-term bonds. The composition of their group can change hourly.


50. In total, Grevy's zebras have about 80 stripes.




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Who are the crocodiles? Everyone knows them, even children. After all, from our early years, we read stories about crocodiles. People have probably heard that if you ever meet this reptile, you should hit it in zigzags (although if you want to live, it's better not to engage in a fight, and just try to run as fast and further as possible). But do you know how crocodiles differ from alligators? And what can they do... climb trees? Or where did the expression «crocodile tears» come from?


Facts about large predatory reptiles


Even if you already know the answers to these questions, we are sure that in the selection that we at Bemorepanda have collected for you, you will find many fascinating facts that you have not heard about before. Moreover, they will be interesting for both adults and children.



1. When the female crocodile lays eggs, the temperature of the nest, in which the eggs are laid, actually determines the sex of the young. If the temperature is below 32 degrees Celsius, the baby crocodiles will be females, and if it is higher than this temperature - males.


2. Crocodiles have the most perfect heart in the animal world, and they actively change the direction of the blood flowing through it depending on their needs.


3. Crocodiles have very sharp hearing. So much so that they can hear their babies screaming from their eggs.


4. The expression «crocodile tears» (to show an insincere or false manifestation of emotions) comes from the fact that crocodiles shed tears while eating their prey.


5. Crocodiles like to have fun – play with random objects (floating trash, noisy ceramics), swim on ocean waves or slide down slopes.



6. Crocodiles have a second tooth, which is in reserve under the outer tooth, which can replace a lost tooth. That's a spare tooth row.


7. Crocodiles can change 4000 teeth in a lifetime.


8. The lifespan of crocodiles in different species varies from 25 to 70 years. It is known that captive crocodiles reach 100 years of age.


9. Crocodiles – the largest reptiles on Earth.


10. The longest crocodile caught alive in Agusan del Sur province, Philippines, was 6.17 m long and weighed 1075 kg.



11. It is known that crocodiles sometimes eat smaller crocodiles.


12. According to estimates, crocodiles kill about 1000 people a year in the whole world.


13. The feeding ratio of crocodiles varies greatly depending on whether they are in a limited space or not.


14. Crocodiles are not as agile as monkeys, but they can regularly climb trees.


15. The eyes of the crocodile are located very close to each other and are directed forward. This allows them to estimate the distance very precisely so that they can determine the exact location of their prey before the attack.



16. A simple way to distinguish a crocodile from an alligator: when the crocodile closes its mouth, all the teeth are visible, as the upper and lower jaws have the same width.


17. Crocodiles can hold their breath under water for more than a hour.


18. Crocodiles can sleep with their eyes wide open.


19. The eyes of the crocodile are protected by the third eyelid, and the eyeballs themselves can be pulled into the eyeballs during the attack.


20. Black spots around the alligator's mouth are the sensory organs it uses to detect changes in water pressure caused by the movement of potential prey.



21. Crocodiles kill and eat their prey, drowning it.


22. Crocodiles are carnivorous animals, which usually means that they eat only meat. However, a recent study showed that they also sometimes like the taste of fruit.


23. Crocodiles swallow small stones to improve digestion. These stones help to digest food in the stomach.


24. Crocodiles can be found on all inhabited continents, except for Europe and Antarctica.


25. Crocodiles can hold their jaws open under water.



26. Crocodiles can find their home at a great distance.


27. Sea crocodiles can ignore excess salt.


28. Alligators annually kill about one person in the United States, while crocodiles annually kill about 1,000 people in Africa alone.


29. The crocodile's tongue is attached to the bottom of its mouth, so it never moves.


30. Crocodiles don't sweat. To preserve cold blood, they open their mouths, which is known as "open mouth", which is very similar to difficulty breathing.



31. Crocodiles perform a «death throw» to defeat the prey, clamping its jaws and powerfully rotating.


32. Crocodiles are quite universal reptiles, which means that they can live in the most diverse environments, including lakes, rivers, freshwater bodies, salt water and brackish water (combination of salt and fresh water).


33. The ancestors of crocodiles (prehistoric crocodiles) were much larger.


34. Crocodiles have good night vision..


35. The heart of the crocodile has four chambers.



36. Crocodiles have a keen sense of smell, an evolutionary advantage that makes them very successful predators.


37. Crocodiles are closely related to dinosaurs and birds.


38. Crocodiles carry their babies in their mouths.


39. An average crocodile egg is about the size of a goose egg.


40. The ancient Egyptians and some tribes of New Guinea are just two cultures that revered crocodiles.



41. Crocodiles are very fast in the water - they swim at speeds up to 35 kilometers per hour.


42. Crocodiles hunt from ambush; even large mammals such as small elephants, hippos, sharks or large felines can become their victims.


43. Crocodiles make sounds to communicate. The young of some species squeak and grunt, while adult crocodiles may growl, hiss or roar at each other.


44. Larger crocodiles can go without food for more than a year.


45. Most young crocodiles are eaten in their first year of life by other predators such as lizards, other crocodiles, hyenas and even fish.



46. ​​Crocodiles coexisted with dinosaurs.


47. Crocodiles wake up from hibernation when it starts to warm up, and live their lives until it gets cold again.


48. These giant geniuses can use tools to trick prey, such as holding branches with their snouts to attract birds building nests.


49. Hunting crocodiles for their skin is illegal.


50. Crocodiles are aggressive by nature and even more aggressive during mating season.



51. Crocodiles have relatively weak jaw opening muscles and can be kept closed with a rubber band or bare hands.


52. The key difference from the alligator is the shape of the muzzle. Alligators have a wider, U-shaped muzzle, while crocodiles have a more pointed, V-shaped muzzle.


53. Crocodiles have the most acidic stomach of all vertebrates.


54. There are 24 recognized species of modern crocodiles, divided into three families.


55. Ancient species of crocodiles probably hunted human ancestors.



56. Crocodiles eat without chewing. Their jaws work in such a way that they cannot move sideways, so they cannot grind food with a traditional chewing movement. That is, they do not know how to chew!


57. There is a species of crocodile called "dwarf crocodile" - the smallest crocodile in the world.


58. Saltwater crocodiles have the strongest bite - they close their jaws with a force of 1680 kg per 6.5 square meters. cm.


59. Each species has a unique combination of snout proportions, dorsal bony structures, and scale arrangement.


60. The oldest crocodile was a freshwater crocodile named Mr. Freshy, who lived to be 140 years old.



61. Crocodiles mate during the rainy season.


62. Like most reptiles, crocodiles are cold-blooded animals and prefer to settle in tropical areas near wetlands. They cannot generate heat on their own, so they go into a period of long sleep until it gets warmer again.


63. Crocodiles are mostly nocturnal.


64. Male crocodiles can use their tails to get attention, and when attacking, they can wag their tails to knock out their targets.


65. The brain of a crocodile is capable of learning to a greater extent than that of any other reptile in the animal kingdom.



66. A crocodile can only swim with its eyes and nostrils open.


67. Despite the thick skin, crocodiles are surprisingly touchy.


68. Crocodiles can run on land at speeds up to 17 kilometers per hour for short distances.


69. Crocodile paws are webbed.


70. If the temperature is below 32 degrees Celsius, the cubs of crocodiles will be females, and if above this temperature - males.




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Becoming a mother - what could be better? And it doesn't matter what kind of "breed" it is - human or animal. Because no one canceled the maternal instinct, any mother will take care of her cub and protect him in every possible way.


A happy mother with children is probably the best thing in this world


Take, for example, dogs. During the first few weeks, mother dogs shower their newborns with undivided attention and care to create the most favorable living conditions.


Because puppies come into this world unable to see, hear, or walk, this early period is critical (it is estimated that they spend about 10% of their time eating and the other 90% sleeping) - it is their mother's job to satisfy everyone. Their needs range from nutrition to learning essential skills.


Over time, dog mothers continue to develop the independence of their babies without ceasing to patronize them. Therefore, we can safely say that these beautiful animals take their parental responsibilities seriously. And some mothers (in particular, from among the people) would do well to take an example from them. This Reddit user shared photos of their dogs becoming mothers.


1. Yesterday, our foster dog whelped. It's not quite what we expected...


2. The most reliable shelter

Erin Caribe, MD, medical director of Best Friends Animal Society, says that until weaning (when puppies switch from milk to solid food), babies get all their nutrition from their mother's milk. “Weaning naturally begins at 4-6 weeks of age when puppies begin to show interest in food,” says Dr. Catribe. “However, during this period, they should still have access to their mother’s milk as their transition to solid foods is gradual.”


The weaning process is essential for puppies: they learn behavior from their mother and their littermates. Important landmarks necessary for the separation of puppies must be carried out in the order of natural development. Otherwise, problems may arise as the puppies get older.


3. Our adopted dog Ellie became a mother of these motley babies yesterday.


4. The happiest mother

“Maternal social interaction with puppies is critical for at least seven weeks and ideally beyond. They learn to interact with each other - "to talk like a dog," says Dr. Katribe.


“For example, by biting during the game, the mother and littermates signal to the puppy that he has gone too far and end the game - this is how the puppy learns to suppress the desire to bite hard, realizing that this should not be done. This is an important skill for later life. Puppies also learn about body postures and vocalization types, key components of canine communication."


5. The perfect family photo


6. Lulu with her little boy

Caribe emphasized that puppies must remain in their biological family until at least seven weeks to achieve full psychological development through interaction with their mother and siblings. “Those who are previously separated from their mother and litter are more prone to behavioral disorders, including separation anxiety and increased fear response,” the doctor explained. "Puppies that stay with their mother and litter longer, especially if exposed to new experiences, tend to respond better to new experiences later in life and become better-adapted pets."


On the other hand, puppies bred specifically for purchase in pet stores are separated very young and then placed in a kennel with limited access to new sights, sounds, and experiences, and therefore their socialization suffers.


7. Our Luz gave birth to two princesses


8. I Managed to get this cute picture of my husky and her puppy snuggling up together (she became a first-time mom and gave birth to 8 adorable puppies)

“In a shelter setting, if mothers and puppies are physically housed in a shelter, we must balance the benefits of keeping them, along with the risks of infectious disease, which are higher in those settings. Ideally, mothers and litters are placed in foster homes rather than on-site, as this reduces the risk of disease and provides a much better environment for the important socialization of puppies through new experiences and people,” Caribe explained.


“If moms and puppies are to be placed in a shelter, starting the weaning process and separating puppies from mom earlier will allow them to be adopted sooner; then they can experience socialization in their foster home. And the shelter will be able to save the lives of other mothers and puppies who might not have had a chance without him.”


9. This happy mom Pibble and her cute puppies made my day


10. Mother and daughter

As cute as these photos look, we must remember that caring for puppies, moms, and litters is a lot of work. “Raising a mom and puppies, or raising an older puppy (until they are old enough to be spayed/neutered and adopted) at your local shelter can be a great way to get a feel for what it’s all about without the extra commitment,” Caribe said. . “Besides, sometimes we can't control when a puppy is separated. But we can take steps to socialize orphaned puppies as much as possible. "In these situations, it is important to seek the advice of an experienced trainer or behavioral veterinarian to have the best chance of achieving social development."


11. Proud Mother Corgi With A Litter Of 15 Puppies


12. Feeding time


13. Mother of the family


14. Last week, she gave birth to 8 children in an orphanage.

Last night she got her room with her bed and everything she needed! After all, she is now a mother!


15. Beautiful family


16. This mommy dog ​​comforts her puppy on her first day as a police dog.


17. Moment of mother's pride


18. It's impossible not to fall in love with these cute faces


19. Ravioli saw her puppies for the first time


20. Hammock full of husky


21. 6 hours + 9 puppies = 1 tired mom


22. Mom and her cute little children. Can you believe she was going to be euthanized?


23. Look, this is your baby!


24. Proud mother


25. Family


26. I was photographing a litter of 1 weak old puppy today when my other dog photobombed me.


27. Mother heroine


28. Under reliable protection


29. Pay in order!


30. Well-fed children - a happy mother


31. This is Jessie, the proud mother of ten.


32. Nursery and mother-caregiver


33. Here it is - happiness!


34. Everyone is equal, like a selection!


35. The pile is small


36. Rowena with her children Roz, Harvey, Pru, and Brina


37. Our dog just had nine puppies and is delighted


38. Solid charm


39. Well, how can you not be touched!


40. There is a new addition to our family


41. Well, that's it; it remains to feed the last one - and you can relax!


42. What peace in the eyes!


43. Walking


44. My Appetite is good!


45. Why not speckled?


46. ​​Mom is so warm and cozy!


47. Look like toys


48. My daughter adopted a pregnant (as it turned out later) mongrel. Does anyone have any advice on raising puppies?


49. Our girl Lucy had 12 puppies today


50. First puppies of our Daisy



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Dogs are among the most intelligent animals on the planet. Scientists study their mental abilities, and scientific papers and books are written about them. Until now, new breeds are being bred, some of which are distinguished by highly advanced thinking.


Trainers named the most intelligent dog breeds


Of course, like people, dogs (even of the same breed) can be endowed with mental abilities differently; some are better, and others are worse.


However, trainers and breeders have long figured out which breeds, on average, will stand out in intelligence from their other relatives. According to researchers, we have selected the top 30 most intelligent dog breeds. Perhaps one of them will become your faithful friend and companion from the animal world for many years.


1. English Springer Spaniel

Another interesting breed from the list of dogs with the highest intelligence. His profession is to frighten away game under the hunter's shot.


The typical spaniel is friendly, well-trained, and ready to obey its owners. He is also maximally attached to his master, so that he can be recommended as a companion dog.


The breed was bred in the UK.


2. Golden Retriever

Another of the most famous types of hunting dogs is considered to be golden or golden retrievers.


The Golden Retriever was bred in the 19th century, and for many who are not involved in dog breeding, it remains a mystery how this sweet, immensely kind dog can be a hunting dog. But this is not unusual, as this versatile hunting dog is mainly used to bring in dead game, usually birds.


Since the dog must carry the prey without damaging it, it must grab it gently and carefully. Therefore, these beauties do not have any bloody inclinations and cannot be. But ingenuity and intelligence are present in total.


No wonder it is often used as a guide dog, rescuer, and a good companion.


The breed was bred in the UK.


3. Puli

An old breed of dog that you want to take to the barbershop. Although the "dreadlocks" even suit her.


But, as they say, they are greeted by clothes, but the mind escorts them. And the reason, breeders say, this breed does not hold!


The breed was bred in Hungary.


4. Doberman Pinscher

Another German breed comes from the 1890s. Due to a misunderstanding, many people consider her stupid and aggressive. Still, everything will depend on socialization and training, which will help to reveal the subtleties of the mind and quick wits.


In general, I would like to note that there are no “stupid” breeds of dogs; more often, this is a consequence of the stupidity of people and the wrong upbringing of a pet.


Remember, at least the outbred mongrels. Can someone who has encountered them at least once in their life say that this is a dog devoid of intelligence? On the contrary, he is a model of ingenuity and devotion. And dogs become biting, as you know, only from a dog's life.


The breed was bred in Germany.


5. German Shepherd

The fact that the German Shepherd should be at the top of the "smartest dogs" is evidenced by the fact that it was around this dog breed that the famous TV series "Commissioner Rex" was built.


And even though what is happening in the series in terms of the behavior of a cynological dog is mostly fiction, and the roles of Rex were played by more than five dogs (each was trained for specific actions), the main thing is different. Namely, the fact that the series' creators drew attention to this particular breed is not the least because of its mental abilities. It would be challenging to shoot a dog that does not want to obey commands in the frame.


The breed was bred in Germany.


6. Collie

Another dog breed is the film actor (remember the famous Lassie?). As with the shepherd dog, collies are extremely intelligent, but like many other dogs, they need to be handled, trained, allowed to run well, and cheered in every possible way.


Dogs of this breed are very mobile, able to understand the owner's emotions, and extremely kind.


The breed originated in Scotland and Northern England.


7. Poodle (standard or large)

The poodle can be seen from afar, and it is clear that he comes from France. But don't be fooled by its windy looks. Professional dog breeders love this extremely inquisitive breed for its learning opportunities. Dogs of this breed are easy and exciting to learn and do not require undue effort.


No wonder the poodle Artemon was introduced into the fairy tale by Alexei Tolstoy, "The Golden Key, or the Adventures of Pinocchio," because he gained fame as a magnificent circus capable of doing tricks that are beyond the control of almost any other breed of dog.


The breed was bred in France.


8. Dachshund

Color, muzzle, characteristic chest wheel... it is easy to determine that this dog is German. And like many "Germans," - she is smart and has a confident, strong character.


The breed was bred in Germany.


9. Bernese Mountain Dog

Another shepherd dog. Is it necessary to say that outstanding mental abilities distinguish the handsome man?


The breed originated in Switzerland.


10. Labrador Retriever

Like the Golden Retriever, the Labrador Retriever has all the same positive qualities as its relative (the breeds share the same ancestors). The specialization of a gun dog-addled mind.


A devoted companion who can understand you better than many people.


The breed originated in Canada.


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11. Belgian Shepherd (Tervuren)

Combines two intelligent breeds presented in the list - a shepherd dog and a shepherd dog. Do I need to say that this guy is a born intellectual?


The breed was bred in Belgium.


12. Pomeranian

And what, what is decorative, funny, and small? Intelligence does not directly depend on the volume of the brain; it depends on the number of convolutions ...


The breed was bred in Germany.


13. Vizsla

Vizsla, another Hungarian dog on our list, is a hunting dog breed first officially mentioned in 1357. This breed's lively, soft, intelligent, and sensual nature makes them excellent companions and family pets.


But they cannot do without training - only mental stress can reveal this diamond's facets.


The breed was bred in Hungary.


14. Keeshond

The Keeshond, a breed native to Holland, has close ties to the German Spitz. It is also called the "German Wolfspitz."


The breed is larger than the Spitz but also has a highly balanced disposition and a sharp mind, so much so that it can self-learn complicated logical tricks.


The breed was bred in Holland.


15. Miniature Schnauzer

Despite the somewhat offensive nickname that became the breed's name, the miniature schnauzer can be translated as "horse gnome" With a funny look and small size, it is a severe dog, fearless, sensitive, attentive, easily trained, and devoted to the owner.


The breed was bred in Germany.


16. Australian Shepherd

A handsome man with the muzzle of a thinker. The owners note one fascinating character trait of these dogs - they are hardworking. And that's the kind of thing that's a by-product of the mind.


The breed was bred in the USA.


17. Border Collie

The Border Collie is a herding breed of dog. Like many representatives of this branch, border collies are not only able to cope well with logical tasks but also know how to unquestioningly obey human commands and work autonomously (subject to proper training) with other animals, but they are also distinguished by endurance, kindness, and courage since trained for centuries to protect the weaker from predators and outsiders.


The breed was bred on the border of Scotland and England.


18. Schipperke

Like many guard dogs (yes, this kid is used for these purposes because of such a character), the Schipperke often has to solve rather tricky and dangerous tasks to prevent strangers from entering the territory entrusted to him.


The breed was bred in Belgium.


19. Rottweiler

Despite the widespread belief that the Rottweiler is a dangerous and wayward dog that is difficult to control, this is not the case. Rottweilers have a calm and strong character and a stable psyche.


Perhaps people confuse aggressiveness with a certain tendency of these powerful dogs to dominate, including in communication with people. Therefore, it is essential to properly educate a dog and build a hierarchy in which the owner will be the main one; this breed, not deprived of intelligence, will execute commands with a bang!


The breed was bred in Germany but had roots in the Roman Empire.


20. Pembroke Welsh Corgi

The popularity of this cute breed is skyrocketing. Appearance, behavior, cute slovenliness... But this shepherd dog is not stupid; on the contrary, it is at the top of one of the most easily trained intellectuals among its relatives.


The breed originated in Wales.


21. Belgian Malinois

Like the Belgian Tervuren, the Malinois is intelligent.


The breed was bred in Belgium.


22. Shetland Sheepdog (Sheltie)

Her fiefdom is the Shetland Islands; her occupation is walking ponies, cattle, and flocks of sheep. Endurance is their forte, and intense brain activity allows them to achieve their goals.


The breed was bred in the UK.


23. Weimaraner

The Weimaraner is a breed of hunting dog bred in early 19th century Germany, favored by the royal family for its stunning looks, athleticism, and intelligence.


Once used to hunt big game such as wolves and bears, their descendants now excel in various dog sports.


However, being very energetic and intelligent, Weimaraners need proper training to remain calm and control their strong hunting instinct.


The breed was bred in Germany.


24. English Cocker Spaniel

Spaniel dogs have been known for at least 500 years, although the first English Cocker Spaniel breed books were registered much later, in 1874. Bred for hunting, the Cocker Spaniel soon gained popularity among other dog breeders due to its intelligence and good nature.


The breed was bred in the UK.


25. Australian Cattle Dog

The Australian Cattle Dog is an artificially bred breed in Australia, originally for driving cattle over long distances in the most challenging weather conditions of the Australian continent. And that's it!


The breed originated in Australia.


26. German Shorthaired Pointer (Kurzhaar)

The Kurzhaar is a versatile breed of hunting dog, bred in the 19th century in Germany.


The breed is known not only for its intelligence but also for its restless character, eccentricity, and temperament, which can be influenced by heredity, training, and level of socialization.


The breed was bred in Germany.


27. Breton Spaniel

The Breton Spaniel came to us from France or the province of Brittany (northwest of the country).


Dogs are energetic, so they have to go on long walks; do not forget about the warm-up for the pet's head.


The breed was bred in France.


28. Tibetan Mastiff

The Tibetan Mastiff is a large but kind dog for walking and hunting. A rare combination for herding dogs.


Unfortunately, such a large breed is practically not intended for living in an apartment - it needs space and constant physical activity.


Despite the good disposition, the dog can become highly aggressive and dangerous without proper training.


The breed was bred in China.


29. Chesapeake Bay Retriever

The Chesapeake Bay Retriever, developed in the United States in the 19th century, has historically been used for hunting, pulling fishing nets, and rescuing fishermen. This breed is known for its good disposition, intelligence, and affection for people.


The breed was bred in the USA.


30. Flat Coated Retriever

And one more retriever completes the top 30. Kindness and ingenuity, it seems, are in their blood!


The breed was bred in the UK.



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All people are different. Some love math, others love history, and others love something else. But even if you are indifferent to zoology, the questions of our quiz about representatives of the animal world will not seem boring to you because we at Bemorepanda tried to find questions for her that would interest both schoolchildren and those who have long left their desks.


Q&A: for those who are interested in animals and love quizzes


It can be helpful for someone to prepare for the next lesson, where you can show off your knowledge and earn a good mark, for others - to have fun at a party or on a long trip.


These quizzes are an excellent way to get to know the incredible animal world quickly. So welcome to the realm of our little brothers!



1. How do sea otters not fly apart while sleeping?

Answer: They are holding hands.


2. Which animal has stripes not only on the coat but also on the skin?

Answer: The tiger.


3. What color is the blood of an octopus?

Answer: Blue.


4. Which bear is known for having a bite strong enough to break a bowling ball?

Answer: Grizzly bear.


5. What is the smallest mammal in the world?

Answer: Bumblebee bat.


6. What famous animal breathes through the anus to survive the winter?

Answer: Painted turtles.


7. What color is the polar bear's fur?

Answer: Transparent, although it appears white because it is hollow and reflects light.


8. Who has the thickest fur of all mammals?

Answer: A sea otter.


9. What color is hippopotamus sweat?

Answer: First red, then brown.



10. Where are the only two places in the world where lions live in the wild?

Answer: Africa and India.


11. At what distance can a wolf smell prey?

Answer: Almost 3.2 km.


12. How many hearts does an octopus have?

Answer: Three.


13. What kind of crustacean can growl to intimidate its enemies?

Answer: Ghost Crab.


14. Which mammal has the shortest pregnancy on earth?

Answer: A possum has about 12 days.


15. What color is a polar bear's skin?

Answer: Black.


16. What animal can only eat when its head is upside down?

Answer: Flamingos.


17. Which farm animals can sunbathe?

Answer: Pigs.


18. Which male sea creature has babies?

Answer: A seahorse.



19. What shape do the tails of mating dragonflies have?

Answer: The shape of a heart.


20. What color are flamingos at birth?

Answer: Grey.


21. Which animal has the most vital sense of smell?

Answer: African elephant.


22. What is the name of the largest carnivorous marsupial in the world

Answer: Tasmanian Devil.


23. What percentage of their lives do cats spend sleeping?

Answer: 70 percent.


24. Which animal splashes blood from its eyes as a defense mechanism?

Answer: Horned lizard.


25. What animal's hearing is about four times more sensitive than a human's?

Answer: Dogs.


26. Is coral a plant or an animal?

Answer: Both!


27. What is the only animal that can live forever?

Answer: Medusa.


28. How far can you hear the sound of a blue whale?

Answer: More than 800 kilometers.


29. Which bird's eye is more significant than its brain?

Answer: Ostrich.



30. How many eggs can a female frog lay at one time?

Answer: Up to 4000.


31. What do humpback whales use to attract prey?

Answer: Bubbles.


32. Which animal has the highest blood pressure?

Answer: A giraffe.


33. What creature has a tongue that can be used to measure the length of its body?

Answer: Chameleon.


34. How many legs does a scorpion have?

Answer: Eight.


35. What part of the fish is found in lipsticks, nail polishes, and mascaras?

Answer: Scales.


36. What is the closest living relative of the tyrannosaurus rex (Tyrannosaurus rex)?

Answer: Chicken.


37. What underwater creatures are known for producing electricity?

Answer: Electric eels, electric rays, and electric catfish.


38. What determines the sex of a baby sea turtle?

Answer: From the temperature of the sand nest.


39. Why are flamingos pink?

Answer: Their diet is rich in algae, shrimp, and crustaceans.



40. How many flowers must honey bees fly around to produce 450 g of honey?

Answer: Two million.


41. What animal is known for sleeping 90 percent of its day?

Answer: Koala bear.


42. How long is an elephant pregnant before giving birth?

Answer: 22 months.


43. How many types of calls do gorillas have?

Answer: 16.


44. How long does it take for a baby orangutan to wean in the wild?

Answer: Up to 8 years.


45. Which turtle cannot retract into its shell?

Answer: Sea turtle.


46. ​​What fish pair for life?

Answer: Butterflyfish.


47. What are the only two mammals that lay eggs?

Answer: Platypus and spiny anteater.


48. What sea creature can be divided into five parts and still survive?

Answer: Starfish.



49. What is the only insect that can turn its head 180 degrees?

Answer: Mantis.


50. Excrement of which animal is in the form of cubes?

Answer: Wombat.


51. A newborn kangaroo the size of...?

Answer: Grapes.


52. Which mammal has the most substantial bite?

Answer: A hippopotamus.


53. How many teeth can a crocodile have in a lifetime?

Answer: Up to 4000.


54. What sea creature can change its gender?

Answer: Oyster.


55. How many heart chambers does a cockroach have?

Answer: 13.


56. How long can a bald eagle live?

Answer: 20 to 30 years in the wild, although they can live even longer in captivity.


57. How far can a skunk spray reach?

Answer: Three meters. And some are twice as much.


58. Which animal is nicknamed "sea cow"?

Answer: Manatee.



59. Which whale has a tusk?

Answer: Narwhal.


60. Which birds are known to be the only birds that can fly backward?

Answer: Hummingbird.


61. What percentage of methane in the Earth's atmosphere is produced by cows?

Answer: 40%.


62. Which animal is known to have the enormous eyes in the world?

Answer: Colossal squid.


63. How many legs does a lobster have?

Answer: 10.


64. How many types of sea urchins are there?

Answer: About 950.


65. What is the most poisonous aquatic animal in the world?

Answer: Pufferfish.


66. How much do panda cubs weigh at birth?

Answer: 90-130


67. How long does it take for a hen to produce an egg?

Answer: 24-26 hours.


68. What does a male penguin often give his female counterpart to win her favor?

Answer: Pebble.


69. What are rhinoceros horns made of?

Answer: From keratin.



70. What animal produces mohair?

Answer: Angora goat.


71. Which aquatic mammal has the most extended lifespan?

Answer: Bowhead whale.


72. Which animal lays the giant egg about its body size?

Answer: Kiwi.


73. What is the only food source for koala bears?

Answer: Eucalyptus.


74. How many feathers are in a peacock's tail?

Answer: On average, 175.


75. What do pigs do to keep calm and prevent sunburn due to their lack of sweat glands?

Answer: They wallow in the mud.


76. The age of a lion can be determined by its ...?

Answer: Nose.


77. Which bird is considered the fastest?

Answer: Sapsan.


78. What are four common animal species that die shortly after birth?

Answer: Octopus, squid, salmon, and mayfly.


79. What color is a giraffe's tongue?

Answer: Purple.


80. How many toes does a sheep have on each foot?

Answer: Two.




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