Bite Force Of Human

Bite forces are determined by the size and power of the muscles that close the jaw. Animals with larger bites generally have more force behind them. Estimates of human bite force 162 pounds per square inch. That may not seem very impressive when co…

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How Smart are Horses?

Good Memories Horses have extraordinary memories, which can lead to some seemingly odd behaviour. When presented with an unfamiliar instrument or area, a mature horse suddenly takes flight and flees. The new owner has no idea what is going on. A nor…

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6 Dumbest Animal in the World

Sloths Sloths live in the lowland tropical regions of South and Central America, where they spend most of their time in the first canopy. There are two-toed sloths and three-toed sloths. Thanks to Sid the Slot, sloths became popular after the &quo…

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4 Animal with the Highest Regeneration Power

Axolotl The Mexican axolotl (Ambystoma mexicanum) is an aquatic salamander that can regenerate limbs and internal organs such as the heart, brain, and lungs. The axolotl's healing abilities is what draws the most attention: the axolotl does not …

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10 Loudest Animals in the World

1. Snapping Shrimp - 218 dB  The sound of the snapping or "pistol" shrimp is probably the most common sound in shallow temperate waters, and thus the bane of all marine life sound recordists (Cragnon Synalpheus, C. Alpheus). They make an…

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9 Harmless Looking but Dangerous Animal

Donkey The donkey is a domesticated member of the Equidae horse family. The African wild ass is the donkey's wild ancestor. Asses were domesticated approximately 3000 BC, most likely in Egypt or Mesopotamia, and have since spread throughout the …

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