1. CORAL AND JELLYFISH
Coral and jellyfish are the only animals without brains in the world, yet they survive thanks to their ability to feel movement and touches.
Octopus is an invertebrate animal, they don’t have backbone. Of all invertebrate animals, octopus have the most developed brains which makes them process information easily with their sophisticated eyes. Octopus also has the highest number of hearts (three).
Frogs can be foolish enough to keep adapting to the temperature of water as it rises from zero (0) degree to hundred (100) degree and eventually die inside that same water without jumping out of it, with an option to do jump out.
A drop of an alcohol on a scorpion is enough to make it sting itself to death.
An elephant life span is up to 100 years, only few animals can boast of that figure. Elephants can communicate with one another with the ability to produce a very powerful rumble over the ground fast enough to travel than the sound of air.
6. WILD DOLPHINS
Wild dolphins call each other by names; this alone will make you ask if they are animals or human.
Swans only have one partner through their entire life and when that partner dies, it threatens to take their own life from broken heart.
Honeybees flap their wings at about two hundred times per second and about twelve thousand times in a minute.