Impressive facts about bees, mammals, scorpoions and all kinds of critters that roam the earth.
Hummingbirds do everything fast. In just one minute they can flap their wings 50 times, have their heart beat 1200 times, and take 250 breaths of air.
In Laguna, Brazil, dolphins help fishermen to catch fish. The dolphins round up the fish and signal the fishermen to cast their nets. More than 200 families rely on the daily catch.
The South American fish "Pacu" is the world's only fish that eats nuts. It's jaws are so powerful that it can crack open nuts underwater.
Sloths are the slowest animals on Earth. They also sleep a lot, 15 to 18 hours per day while hanging upside down.
The heart of a giraffe weighs more than 10 kilograms (22lbs) and beats twice as fast as the human heart.
Penguins can drink sea water. They have glands just above their eyes which remove salt from their blood and expel it out through their nose.
Earth worms have on average five hearts and no lungs. They absorb oxygen through their skin.
An octopus has nine brains and three hearts. It has one central brain plus eight additional brains inside each tentacle.
The bullet ant inflicts the most painful sting of all insects. One sting feels like being shot by a bullet.
The Coqui frog in Puerto Rico is the world's loudest frog. If you are close to it, make sure to wear ear plugs. The sound it produces is as loud as a jack hammer.