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Why Cats Need Furniture

Felines are adventurous that is why having cat furniture will keep them distracted and occupied. They are also very territorial this means they will spend more time on their furniture and less time on yours. The secret on how to make cat stop scratching furniture is to give them their own.

Cat Furniture

Before purchasing cat furniture, you need to consider the breed of your pet and the available space in your home. Feline owners need to purchase quality items because quantity does not guarantee durability. Below are examples of these items:

Bed

Feline beds are awesome especially when you want to reduce the amount of shedding around the house. Regular cleaning will keep lice and fleas at bay.

Scratching Post

Felines need healthy nails and apart from having a nutritious diet scratc…

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A Few Facts About the Rare Kakapo

Have you heard about Kakapos before? If not, there is good a reason for that – because they are one of the world’s rarest birds.

You’ve probably not seen one flying around and there is a good reason for that too! After reading these facts, you will love them so much, and you may even be ready to leave for New Zealand to see one alive.

Here are 20 rarest facts about Kakapos.

Kakapos are the world’s only flightless parrots.

Although they can’t use their wing as other birds do, they still can get from one point to the other thanks to their strong legs.

These flightless parrots are unsurprisingly good hikers. They utilize their short wings only when they need to balance their body or parachute themselves off the trees.

You may find them in New Zealand, but only if you are lucky.

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A Few Cool Facts About Polar Bears

You might not think there is much more to know about Polar bears, other than they are white and live in cold places. While that may be correct, there’s way more polar bear facts that’ll give you the chills!

You would be surprised actually how complex these creatures are and how their species has developed over the years to adapt to their surroundings.

Check out these cool facts about polar bears!

» International Polar Bear day is held on February 27th every year. » The Latin word for polar bear is “ursus maritimus”. This translates as, ursus meaning “bear” and maritimus meaning “of the sea, maritime”. » These beautiful bears can be found on the continents of North America and Eurasia, mostly around the North of the Arctic Circle. » Some polar bears have been spotted travelling as far South as Alaska and Hudson Bay, Canada. Although they have been known to…
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Some Interesting Facts About Eagles For Kids

Spotting an eagle is a rare moment for many people, but when the chance arises, how much do you actually know about these beautiful birds?

Here we’re going to look at the top 30 interesting facts about eagles.

» There are over 60 different species of eagle, most of them from Africa, Asia and Europe.

» Despite the bald eagle being an emblem of the United States, just two species can be found on the continent.

» The eagle is known to be one of the strongest birds able to carry the heaviest loads, with one being recorded carrying 15 lbs (6.8 kg).

» Eagles vary in length, weight and other dimensions due to their environments in many cases. Eagles living in forested areas will likely have shorter wing spans, while those living…

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Fun facts about Peacocks

Peacocks are among the most fascinating and beautiful creatures on earth, but there are so many things that we fail to realize about these breathtaking birds.

Next time you look at a peacock, here are some fun & feathery facts which will make you even more amazed than before!

 

The word “peacock” does not actually apply to both the male and female birds. It’s only the males that are called peacocks, while the females are called peahens. Together, the collective name for them is “peafowl”. There are just three different types of species in the peafowl family. Two of these originate in Asia and the other is of African descent. The African species is called the Congo peafowl and originated in the Congo basin. From Asia, the blue (Indian) peafowl and green peafowl. These birds first lived within forests and rainforests, an environment which still remains their most comfortable and natural …
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Why Do Camels Have Humps?

Camels are unique animals with origins tracking back to 45 million years. Each animal on the planet has a unique trait that distinguishes them from others. In the case of camels, that trait is their humps.

Even children know that a camel is not a camel without its hump. I know that because my younger nephew always draws a camel, starting from its hump.

However, most of us actually don’t know the functions of those bumps. but that’s what we’re going to find out today!

Humps developed on the back of camels as a response to their environment.

Although camels are currently common in the Middle East and some parts of Asia, they actually originated in North America. Camels and North America do not rhyme well, do they?

Not only that, but camels also roamed in the Arctic regions. In order to cope with the…

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