Facts About Rhinos

Facts About Rhinos

The name ‘rhinoceros’ comes from two old Greek words put together. The word ‘rhino‘ means nose and ‘ceros‘ means horn. So a rhinoceros is really just a nose-horn! This makes sense because the horn is the first thing you notice about a rhino! Want to learn more facts about rhinos? Do you want to know where they live and what they eat? Or perhaps you just want to know the plural of rhinoceros? (it’s rhinoceros or rhinoceroses by the way!) Read on for all this and more…

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Kangaroo Information And Facts For Kids

Kangaroo Information And Facts For Kids

Kangaroos are only found in the wild in Australia. Kangaroos don’t move around by walking. Instead, they move from place to place by jumping, using their strong legs and big feet to propel themselves along.

This page is full of kangaroo information and amazing facts about kangaroos for kids. There’s even a video of boxing kangaroos! Lets learn more about these awesome creatures…

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Elephants Facts

Elephants Facts

Everyone knows what elephants look like: they’re big, gray and wrinkly… and they have trunks! African elephants weigh up to 7 tonnes – that’s the same as about three cars! Let’s discover some more interesting elephant facts…

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Panda Facts For Kids

Giant Panda

The giant panda, with its black and white fur and black eye patches, is a very distinctive animal. Most people in the world are able to recognise a panda. However, despite its popularity, the panda is an endangered animal, and rare in the wild.

This article has been written to help you find out more about these gentle giants. At the end of the article you’ll also find out 10 amazing panda facts for kids.

Be sure to watch the video of giant pandas in the wild!

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Polar Bears Facts, Pictures & In-Depth Information For Kids & Adults

polar bear facts

Polar bear facts, pictures, video and in-depth information. The polar bear is the largest and most carnivorous of all bears. This distinctive all-white bear inhabits the Arctic sea ice, where it preys primarily on seals.

Despite its size and power, the polar bear is rated ‘Vulnerable’. This is largely due to a reduction in the area covered by the Arctic sea ice. Polar bears rely on the sea ice for hunting. When it melts they are unable to eat.

On this page you’ll become a polar bear expert as you explore the species’ amazing adaptations, behavior and life cycle.

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