Koala Bear Facts

What is a koala? The Koala, also known as the koala bear, is an arboreal (in trees living) herbivorous marsupial native to Australia. They are not bears but are more closely related to kangaroos than they are to other placental mammals. That means they are mammals that carry their young in a pouch on their … Read more

Why is the lion king of the jungle? 18 facts about the royal animal!

Have you ever wondered why the lion is the king of the jungle? The lion is king because it’s a predator. It hunts and eats other animals to survive, making it more powerful than any other animal in its environment. Lions are also strong and fast, so they can take down prey that might be … Read more

The longest living insect

The termite queen is the longest living insect Termites can get very, very old. The termite queen is the longest living insect and may live up to 50 years. Structure feeding termites can live up to 25 years, and swarmers (winged reproductive caste) live just a few months. Some experts think certain species of termites … Read more

When is spider season?

They’re in your house, they’re on your car, and they might even be crawling up the walls of your bedroom as you sleep. But when is spider season? When do spiders come out to play?  Spider season starts in September and ends in November. While the U.S. has no official “spider season,” it is the time … Read more

Cute Insects Exist. Here’s proof.

It’s not just your imagination – some insects are really cute. The animal kingdom is full of miniature marvels that’ll brighten up your day! We’re going to tell you about a few of them.  You’ll be surprised at how adorable they are!  Cute Insects #1: Ladybugs The ladybug (Coccinellidae) is a familiar insect worldwide, typically found feeding on … Read more

What animals sweat?

Ever wonder what animals sweat? Sweating is a natural process that helps regulate your body temperature. But what about animals? Animals do not have the same sweat glands that humans do. They cool themselves by panting, licking their fur, and through other methods. But even some Animals sweat! In fact, most mammals do have a … Read more

Is a bobcat dangerous?

Bobcats are large cats, and members of the genus Lynx found throughout Canada, the United States, northern Mexico, and Central America. It’s a carnivorous mammal with brown fur and black-tipped ears and tails. Good hunting at night, its coloration provides camouflage in woodland environments. Are Bobcats Dangerous? In general, bobcats are very shy and elusive. … Read more

What do foxes eat in the wild?


Those adorable little balls of fur known as foxes are known for their cunning and wiliness. You might think that foxes only eat meat, but this is not true! Foxes are omnivores, which means they like to eat various foods and eat almost any meat, including rabbits, rodents, insects, birds, frogs, fish, squirrels, and sheep. Foxes … Read more

Coatimundi Facts

Coatimundi Facts Coatimundis are small mammals that live in Central and South America, Mexico, and the southwestern United States. They’re members of the family Procyonidae and related to raccoons. These animals are also known as “coaties.” Their lifespan in the wild is 7 years, but 15-16 years in captivity. What kind of animal is a … Read more