Why crocodiles don’t hunt hippos? [Explained]

Crocodiles generally avoid confrontations with hippopotamuses because they are much larger and more aggressive than crocodiles. Additionally, hippopotamuses live in groups, which makes it difficult for crocodiles to hunt them. Crocodiles typically hunt smaller, easier prey such as fish, birds, and mammals.

Impacts of Relative Humidity On Animal Lives

As we coexist with creatures of all kinds, it has become inevitable that we learn to subsist in the best way we can. As a result, numerous studies focus on the relationship between different elements that make up our society and environment. One crucial correlation is between relative humidity and the lives of animals.

World’s largest living cat: Hercules, the liger

Ligers are the largest cats on Earth. A liger can be more than 900 pounds (about 408 kg) in weight and 12 feet (about 3.65 meters) long, weighing almost 100 times more than house cats and almost twice as much as either Panthera tigris (tiger) or Panthera leo (lion). The liger, the largest of all …

14 Largest Great White Sharks ever recorded

What are the largest great white sharks ever recorded? How big can a great white be? This is probably one of the most heavily debated topics in the field of marine science. The great white shark (scientific name: Carcharodon carcharias) is not the biggest shark (that title goes to the whale shark), but they are …

Elephants can’t jump [here’s why]

Elephants are the largest land animals in the world. Male African bush elephants (Loxodonta africana, the largest of all elephant species) stand 3.2 meters (10.5 feet) tall (at the shoulder) on average and weigh around 6 metric tons. Females stand about 2.6 meters (8.5 feet) on average at the shoulder with a body mass of …

20 Amazing Polar Bear Facts

The polar bear (scientific name: Ursus maritimus) is the biggest bear in the world. It is also the largest hypercarnivorous land mammal on Earth (the omnivorous Kodiak bear is approximately the same size, but still, the polar bear is considered slightly bigger). They live within the Arctic Circle (there’s no polar bear in Antarctica).