What Is a Warthog?

Wild Boar Vs Warthog: What’s The Difference?

You’ve probably heard of both warthogs and wild boars. Perhaps you have used the terms interchangeably and thought they were the same type of animal. In fact, wild boars and warthogs have many similarities, but they also have many differences. In this article, we’ll compare the wild boar vs. the warthog, discussing what each animal … Read more

Do Orangutans Have Predators?

How Do Orangutans Protect Themselves From Predators?

Orangutans are one of the five great ape species and are found only in the forests of Borneo and Sumatra. Considering their small range, you may wonder what predators they face in their natural environment. How do orangutans protect themselves from predators, and what other threats do they face? Keep reading as we answer all … Read more

Gorillas and Rhinos: Side-by-Side Comparison

Who Would Win: Gorilla Or Rhino?

Gorillas and rhinoceroses: two of the strongest and most fearsome animals in nature. What would happen if they went up against each other? In this article, we’ll answer the question of who would win, a gorilla or rhino, if they got into a fight. Gorillas and Rhinos: Side-by-Side Comparison Before we get into the details … Read more

Do All Deer Lose Their Antlers?

What Happens When A Deer Sheds Its Antlers?

Have you ever been walking in the woods and come across a deer’s antler? Maybe you want to give shed hunting a try and are curious what causes a deer to shed its antlers. In this article, we’ll talk about what happens when a deer sheds its antlers–including why, how, and when this process takes … Read more

what to do if your dog kills armadillo

What To Do If Your Dog Kills An Armadillo?

Dogs are naturally curious creatures, and they often have a strong drive for hunting. So, what if this hunting drive leads them to an armadillo? Can dogs kill armadillos or get diseases from these cute armored animals? In this article, we’ll talk about what to do if your dog kills an armadillo and how to … Read more

where do gorillas sleep

Where Do Gorillas Sleep?

Most people are familiar with the large, black, hairy apes known as gorillas, but perhaps you’re wanting to learn more. You may be wondering about things such as their sleeping patterns and average lifespans. Where do gorillas sleep, exactly, and how long do they sleep each night? How long do they usually live, both in … Read more

What Are Wild Boars?

How Big Can Wild Boars Get?

Wild boars are a familiar sight in many parts of the world. The tusked, brown, hairy, piglike creatures can grow quite large at times. But just how large, you ask? How big can wild boars get, and are they dangerous to humans? Keep reading! In this article, we’ll answer these questions and more! What Are … Read more

Beluga whales

Animals With Big Foreheads {Pictures Inside}

People sometimes describe themselves as having a high forehead. But have you ever thought about the forehead size of animals? Believe it or not, there are many species out there that take the definition of “high forehead” to the next level. So, without further ado, let’s talk about some of these animals with big foreheads. … Read more


10 Animals With Long Arms {With Pictures}

Scientists tend to group animals together based on shared characteristics between them. Other people often do the same, though the grouping may be far less scientific in nature. In this article, we’ll talk about animals with long arms; and as you will see, some of them have nothing else in common aside from the length … Read more


15 Animals With No Natural Predators

Animals at the top of the food chain are known as apex predators; this means that they are not hunted by other animals in their specific ranges. How many of these animals are there in the world? Read on for a list of many of these animals with no natural predators. Animals With No Natural … Read more

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