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10 Random Animal Facts Nobody Told You Before

Do you know that beetles communicate using Morse code? 

10 Random Animal Facts Nobody Told You Before
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A species of beetle called death-watch beetles use a method similar to the Morse code. The beetle taps its head on the top of the tunnel. As a result, it produces echoes which travel along the length of the tunnel and delivers the message to the rest of the group. Amazing, isn't it?

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For a clinomaniac like me, Koala is now my spirit animal.

For a clinomaniac like me, Koala is now my spirit animal.

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Run, Giraffe, Run!

Run, Giraffe, Run!

Here's a funny giraffe for ya!

Here's a funny giraffe for ya!
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Huge steps. Hmm, a metaphor.

Huge steps. Hmm, a metaphor.

This is why they don't tease.

This is why they don't tease.

Bend it like Beckham!

Bend it like Beckham!

Oh, you bet!

Oh, you bet!
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That's woof-ily adorable!

That's woof-ily adorable!

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Catch me if you can.

Catch me if you can.
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So, they are the ones who do all the hardwork.

So, they are the ones who do all the hardwork.

And, they deserve a vacation, too.

And, they deserve a vacation, too.
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Whoa, there!

Whoa, there!

Haha, punny!

Haha, punny!
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This happens only in Alaska.

This happens only in Alaska.

Long live the gator!

Long live the gator!

See ya later, alligator!

See ya later, alligator!
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