In both male and female African elephants, tusks grow for most of an elephant’s lifetime, and are an indicator of age. About 1/3 of the tusk’s total length lies hidden inside the skull and are, in fact, elongated incisors. They are around the same length in both sexes, reaching up to 10 ft.–although those of …
…Is there such a thing as a dog smile? Why does my dachshund seem to smile when he is nervous?”
Is it normal for birds to sneeze? Or an indication of illness?
“I live in an area where there are lots of bats. Sometimes I find one injured and want to help. But I am afraid of contracting rabies, because I heard it’s common in bats. Is it safe to touch or hold a bat? How easy is it to contract rabies?”
The fascinating facts about seahorse pregnancy….who knew?
Just wondering from a psychological or biological point of view…is kissing something we learn or its something we are born knowing? If it’s something we’re born knowing, why would that be? If it’s something that we teach each other, what is the reason behind it?
How do reptiles breed?