top 10  Weird Animal Facts

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Bottlenose dolphins

according to Scientific American. And the same holds true for bottlenose dolphins. In fact, the savvy swimmers are even more right-handed than we are.

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Polar bears

It's true: Their black skin helps absorb the heat from the sun so that they can stay warm while facing Arctic temperatures. This likely helps protect them from harmful UV rays as well.

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Capuchin monkeys

Monkeys are undeniably cute. They can also be pretty darn gross. Capuchin monkeys, for example, urinate on their hands and feet when they're feeling randy.

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Sperm whales

People who come from different areas around the world tend to speak with inflections, fluctuations, and patterns that are specific to their home regions.

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Some pigs in China

In Nanning, the capital of China's Guangxi province, a man named Pang Cong has a rather remarkable animal living on his farm: a 1,102-pound pig.

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Some snails have hairy shells

While it's not a secret that snails have shells, you probably didn't know that some actually have hairy shells.

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single strand of spider

These fibers are also five times stronger than steel of the same width. According to the American Association for the Advancement of Science

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Baby Tasmanian

If you have best friends who have been around since you were a child, then you have something in common with Tasmanian devils.

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A grizzly bear's bite

Those who find themselves in the presence of a grizzly bear will surely want to stay out of reach of this animal's super sharp claws.

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Humpback whales

You might think that a whale's massive size is the only edge they'd need when it comes to hunting in the open waters.

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