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The Piki Piki Bike

image by The Piki Piki Bike (@thepikipikibike) with caption : "Did you know? A group of giraffes is called a tower." - 1694804037943305475
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Did you know? A group of giraffes is called a tower.

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Catching the Eye

image by Catching the Eye (@catchingtheeye) with caption : "Southern Sentinel Crabs (Tasmanoplax latifrons) live in permanent burrows in mudflats with seagrass. Lots of crabs live " - 1694799715278116014
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Southern Sentinel Crabs (Tasmanoplax latifrons) live in permanent burrows in mudflats with seagrass. Lots of crabs live in this sort of habitat in the tropics but in southern Australia there aren’t very many species that do. This one was photographed at Tooradin in Western Port Bay but the species occurs in New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania. Their eyestalks are very long and usually point upward from their carapace giving them a good view of their surroundings which is where their common name comes from. Photographed by David Paul @museumsvictoriaβ € #animalfacts

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Oscar Dang

Instagram Image by Oscar Dang (@oscdang) with caption : "There is evidence to show that baboon aggression is innate - As a troop where aggressive males were wiped out by tainted" at Kruger Park - 1694781347128608896
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There is evidence to show that baboon aggression is innate - As a troop where aggressive males were wiped out by tainted meat showed significantly more peaceful behavior for generations after. . . #Animalfacts

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HammO Hamilton Rogers

image by HammO Hamilton Rogers (@animals_for_stevo) with caption : "While humans use facial hair for ironic fashion statements, Catfish - another #moustachemaestro - use theirs as a way to" - 1694597341476429523
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While humans use facial hair for ironic fashion statements, Catfish - another - use theirs as a way to find dinner. Their whiskers, which are technically barbels (feelers loaded with tastebuds and sensors), are very useful and help the catfish to smell and taste their way through murky water until they find an aquatic insect or smaller fish to guzzle up. And they’re pretty darn handsome too! (Fact credit lovenature.com / πŸ“· Shutterstock / Kletr) #animalfacts

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Oceana Canada

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Pilot are named after the idea that they follow a leader or β€œpilot” when travelling. The pod is led by a female who is often the grandmother of the individuals in the group. Visit the Marine Life Encyclopedia at Oceana.ca/MarineLife, to learn more about pilot whales. πŸŽ₯ Oceana. #animalfacts

image by Tori Rogers (@torirogers_art) with caption : "January 17, 2018 πŸ₯š egg. laying. mammals. Zoom to read facts! And please note these are not anatomically correct drawings" - 1694525685149133505
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January 17, 2018 πŸ₯š egg. laying. mammals. Zoom to read facts! And please note these are not anatomically correct drawings, ha. . . . #animalfacts

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Jean Marie Twambaze

Instagram Image by Jean Marie Twambaze (@jeanmarie.nature_images) with caption : "Did you know that a group of Golden Monkeys is called a troop, barrel, cartload, tribe or wilderness? 
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Did you know that a group of Golden Monkeys is called a troop, barrel, cartload, tribe or wilderness? And Golden monkeys eat about 20 to 30 plant species? They mostly rely on leaves, fruits, and invertebrates, but their main preference is bamboo. Golden Monkeys breed seasonally and have a gestation period of 5 months. They give birth to a single offspring that is born with all its fur and with its eyes open. Note that golden monkey (Cercopithecus kandti) is a species of Old World monkey found in the Virunga volcanic mountains. Photo by @jeanmarie.nature_images taken in @volcanoespark ______________________________ #animalfacts

image by Animal facts (@animal_didyouknows) with caption : "Did you known that Spotted hyena females have a pseudopenis?

Their elongated and erectable clitoris ('pseudopenis') res" - 1694475430364751220
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Did you known that Spotted hyena females have a pseudopenis? Their elongated and erectable clitoris ('pseudopenis') resembles the penis of males and is used for urination, copulation and childbirth. During mating full cooperation of females is needed, which means that mating preferences of the female are predominant. Curious fact: Bjorn Briesen Photo: Oliver HΓΆner - Bettina Wachter - Hyena Project #animalfacts

image by Anneka Svenska (@annekasvenskaofficial) with caption : "The New Guinea singing dog is one of the rarest dogs in the world. As their name suggests, they are found in New Guinea " - 1694457489684016349
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The New Guinea singing dog is one of the rarest dogs in the world. As their name suggests, they are found in New Guinea and are known for their unique, single-note howling call. If you’re lucky enough to catch a group of these dogs howling all at slightly different pitches, it might sound something like a barbershop chorus. However, an occurrence like that is highly unlikely, as there are only 100 in captivity world-wide and sightings in the wild are few and far between. New Guinea singing dogs are one of the most primitive canines in the world. They’ve been isolated from other domestic dogs in their mountainous habitat for as long as 30,000 years and remain virtually unchanged from their oldest ancestors. These dogs may look like your family’s pet, but they have strong predatory instincts and do not play well with other animals or children, so they should not be kept in a household. The New Guinea singing dog is considered a subset of dingos and is therefore listed as vulnerable on the Red List. This animal was photographed at the @millerparkzoo in Illinois. . @joelsartore . . #animalfacts