Our 10 Fast Facts Section dispenses with all the in-depth details that we would normally create in one of our Top 10 Best Lists.

10 Fast Facts About Animals #1

1/10  In 21 of the United States International Airports they employee “The Beagle Brigade” to keep illegal items out of America.

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The Beagle Brigade

2/10  Although Bobcats are rarely seen, it is the most common wildcat in North America.

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Ten Fast Facts – Bobcats

3/10  Seahorses can move their eyes independently of one another to better scan for predators.

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Ten Fast Facts – Seahorse eyes

4/10  The Nile Crocodile can hold its breath for upwards of 2 hours as it waits for its next meal to come into striking distance.

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10 Fast Facts Nile Crocodile

5/10  A Cat’s tail contains nearly 10% of all the bones in it’s body. 

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10 Fast Facts – Cat’s Tail

6/10 Apes laugh when tickled.

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10 Fast Facts – Apes

7/10  Geckos are nature’s Spider-Man, thanks to having millions of tiny hairs on their feet they can climb any wall, and can even hang off a tree branch using just one toe.

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Ten Fast Facts – Gecko

8/10  “Armadillo” is Spanish for “Little Armoured One”.

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10 Fast Facts – Armadillo

9/10  In the past some people believed to relieve a toothache one needed to only kiss a Donkey.

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Ten Fast Facts – Donkey

10/10 Komodo Dragons can eat 5 pounds of meat in less than a minute, and their tails store extra fat to use in times of famine.

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Ten Fast Facts – Komodo Dragons

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