Category Archives: Strange Animal Facts

Strange Animal Facts #2

Stingray Wallet

 Stuff  You Never Knew About The Stingray From the family of cartilaginous fishes which includes sharks, stingrays have electrical sensors called ampullae of Lorenzini, used to sense electrical charges given off by potential victims. When courting a female, the male will chase her, and continually bite her pectoral disc. Rays have been known to keep […]

Strange Animal Facts #1

croc wallet

Stuff  You Never Knew About The Crocodile Crocs don’t actually use their webbed feet for swimming, they tuck them into their side and swim with that mighty tail. They do however use them to make sudden directional changes. A highly accomplished predator, several croc species have been observed attacking and killing humans and even sharks. A […]

Strange Animal Facts #12

crocodile wallet

Stuff  Your Never Knew About The Crocodile The back skin or “hornback” is covered in bones (called osteoderms) and has been used by some tribal people as protection against spears, arrows and even bullets! The word crocodile originates from the Ancient Greek word crocodilos, which means “lizard.” Crocodiles have a much more powerful bite than caimans […]