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Fastest Bird in the World – The Peregrine Falcon

The Peregrine Falcon is the fastest bird in the world and is known for its amazing speed and agility. They are sometimes called as Duck Hawk and are known to perform steep dives at incredible speeds and catch prey mid-air. Fastest Bird - 'The Peregrine Falcon' Interesting Facts: These birds can reach up to 322 kph (242 mph) : National Geographic Source They have strong talons and hooked beaks with amazing aerodynamic body build. They feed other birds. Their amazing speed chases other birds and tires them. Apart from only birds they also feed on reptiles, insects, rabbits, fishes and even rodents. They are found in every…

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How To Save Yourselves From Lightning Strikes?

Lightning looks really beautiful but it is one deadly natural phenomenon that is said to claim more than 24,000 lives every year and about 240,000 injured every year around the globe. Such high voltage energy is enough to burn, injure or kill a person instantly. The chance of survival from lighting is relatively low if lightning strikes directly over a person. These deadly thunder strikes can be prevented if taken a few precautions; thereby saving the life of yourself or helping others around you.   Lightning in Arlington (Source: Wikimedia Commons) Follow these quick tips once you see a really bad weather or thunderstorms around. 1. Don't…

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Interesting Facts about Squids

There are about 300 identified squids spread around the world. These amazing creatures have a unique head, the mantle and its eight tentacles. Their tentacles have suckers on them and two of these tentacles are used to capture its prey. Squids also have parrot like beaks. INTERESTING FACTS: SQUIDS Squids are a close relative of the octopus and the cuttlefish Smallest squid is Sepiolid squid, less than an inch long.  Largest squid ever recorded was ‘THE COLOSSAL SQUID’ in the year Feb 2007 caught by a New Zealand Fishing vessel They have ink sacs that squirt a black substance when they are being attacked. Big Fin Squids…

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Interesting Facts About Tigers

Tigers are known for their amazing strength, ferociousness, hunting capabilities and power. They are the biggest species in the cat family and are considered endangered species because of its large scale poaching for its skin and bones said to have been used for traditional Chinese medicine. INTERESTING FACTS: There are only 6 subspecies of tiger today. The Siberian Tiger is the largest of all tigers. The Bengal Tiger of India is known as the most ferocious of all tigers. They can hunt during night time and they do it alone. In the Sunder-bans (India), the Bengal Tigers have preyed upon human beings like fishermen and villagers. Tigers…

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