Bioluminescence: How Animals Get Lit

Bioluminescence is the mesmerizing ability of being able to light up, and it’s found in dozens of unrelated species around the world.

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Polar Bear: The King in the North

Polar Bears are Arctic apex predators that make home to one of the most inhospitable habitats on the planet.

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Bearded Dragon: The King of Chill

Bearded Dragons are quite possibly the most loved animals on the internet. And with those smiles, it’s not hard to see why.

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Giant Salamanders: The River Dragon

The Giant Salamander may look like a mythical river monster, but they’re more bark than bite.

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Honey Badgers: They Don't Care

The Honey Badger; nature’s cockiest, scrappiest and most badass animal that really, just doesn’t care.

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Tigers: Absolute Units

Tigers are the true kings of the jungle, yet unfortunately, are going the way of monarchies.

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Chameleons: The Most Overpowered Lizard

From insanely fast striking tongues, to advanced colour changing mechanics, to the ability to see ultraviolet light, Chameleons are truly wondrous.

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Okapi: The Forest Giraffe with a Prehensile Tongue

Despite what your gut might be telling you… the okapi is real.

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Wasps: the literal worst

Wasps are the worst thing about the end of summer, yet it turns out that they might just actually be my new favourite animal. Check out Curiosity Stream and get your first 30 days free with the promo code ‘Animalogic’

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Fossa: the King of Madagascar

Not a cat, not a monkey, not a ferret, Madagascar’s Fossa is a mysterious wonder. If you’d like to support us on Patreon, it would be greatly appreciated! https://www.patreon.com/animalogic  

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Reindeer are Ridiculously Cute

We all know the story about Santa’s famous, annual sleigh ride around the globe, and that he’s powered by 8 tiny reindeer (9 if you count Rudolph). But mostly everything we’ve been told about those reindeer has been false (and we’re not even talking about the fact that reindeer can’t fly). Danielle Dufault explores the … Continued

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Are gorillas anything like Donkey Kong?

In video games, Donkey Kong is a giant barrel-throwing ape who enjoys munching on bananas and hanging out with his hat-wearing monkey friend, Diddy. But do real Gorillas love any of the same things?

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Top 5 Spookiest Animals

From the masters of camouflage that lurk in the shadows to the most poisonous species known to man, our world is full of strange and mysterious creatures. As All Hallows’ Eve is right around the corner, Animalogic host Danielle Dufault counts down the 5 creepiest critters that are sure to send shivers down your spine. … Continued

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Is a crow smarter than a fifth grader?

Member’s of the corvid family, crows can solve complex puzzles, have excellent memories, and have been known to conspire with one another. Some studies have even suggested that they’re as intellectually advanced as human children.

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Wolf? Fox? Deer? The maned wolf is not any of those things

The maned wolf is a very odd creature: It resembles a cross between a wolf and a fox, with the long legs of a deer. However, it is not closely related to other canines, and sits in its own genus called Chrysocyon. They are all members of the canid family of which the maned wolf … Continued

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Welcome to the mind-blowing world of sea slugs

On land, slugs get a bad reputation: They’re slimy, ugly and they lack an adorable shell like their snail counterparts. Under the sea, however, slugs come in a multitude of beautiful colors and shapes. Take the species of nudibranch known as Doriprismatica atromarginata, for instance: It has a beautiful frilly mantle which appears to wave … Continued

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Is it a possum or an opossum? What's the difference?

If you live in North America, and you happen to see one of these running around: That, my friends, would be an opossum. The possum, however, is a small tree-dwelling marsupial native to Australia, New Guinea and Sulawesi, and the look more like this: While they both hail from different parts of the world, both … Continued

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Tree Kangaroo: The Living Plush Toy

The Tree Kangaroo, or Boongarry, as the locals call them, looks like a monkey mixed with sloth mixed with a bear, but it’s neither sloth nor monkey nor bear. I think it’s safe to say, they’re anything but normal. While they have an appearance more akin to a monkey or sloth, the tree kangaroo is … Continued

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Ants are the ultimate global conquerors

There are over an estimated 22,000 different species of ants roaming our planet today. They’ve been roaming our planet since about 110 to 130 million years ago, when they evolved from a wasp-like ancestor. And they appear on just about every single landmass on the planet, except the Arctic, a few isolated islands and Antarctica … Continued

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20 facts about dolphins you may not have known

Did you know that killer whales are not actually whales? They are members of the dolphin family, and just so happen to be the largest member of said group. Orcas find themselves in good company, as dolphins are incredibly smart. In fact, they have the largest brain to body mass ratio of any other animal … Continued

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Is the cassowary the deadliest bird on the planet?

Armed and dangerous: Cassowaries have three-toed feet with extremely sharp claws. The claw on their second toe is particularly deadly, as it can grow to be 5 inches long! Imagine being kicked by one of these birds (which they are known to do). Their powerful legs combined with their razor-sharp talons makes them one of … Continued

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Pandas Are Worse at Sex Than You

Pandas have seemingly done everything in their power to go extinct, should we just let them? From giraffes and gorillas to penguins and pandas, every animal is part of THE BIG FEED. This fascinating documentary takes you behind the enclosures, chronicling the challenges of feeding animals in the zoo. Everything pandas do seems to defy … Continued

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16 batty facts about bats

With approximately 1240 different species, bats make up nearly 20% of the world’s population of mammals. They are separated into two distinct groups: large, fruit-eating megabats (or flying foxes) and carnivorous microbats. Take a look at the video above for even more mind-blowing facts about these winged mammals. For more fun animal facts, check out … Continued

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Rats didn’t Spread the Plague, Gerbils did

Contrary to popular belief, rats are not responsible for the spread of the black plague. Maybe… rats are cool. For those of us who suffer from musophobia, rats are a very unwelcome pest. However, there really is no need to fear. Rats not only make one of the friendliest companions a pet-owner could have, they … Continued

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Meet the real-life inspiration behind the Kraken

Is the Kraken just a myth made up by sailors, or is there some truth to the tale? Turns out to be the latter, as giant squids have roamed the seven seas for a vast many years. For more fun animal facts, check out Animalogic on YouTube.

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10 facts you may not know about pigeons

Whether you consider them flying pests or lovely birds, pigeons are highly intelligent creatures. So intelligent, in fact, they were considered for part of a military program in which they would operate and guide missiles. Check the video above for more fun pigeon facts! For more fun animal facts, check out Animalogic on YouTube.

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