There are few funny and interesting facts about animals in this post. That is going to make you like ” Wow! This is so cute!”. And you will adore your pet more after reading this.So we have listed 12 facts about animals that you would love to read.

1. Cheetahs can’t roar, so they meow and purr instead.


They also make a high-pitched chirping noise which is cute as hell.

2. Male penguins propose their partners with beautiful pebbles.


How cute! I wish humans were like this.

3. Love Connection


As per the survey, dogs can recognize their human’s voice, and respond to emotions like love in the same way humans do. Isn’t it beautiful?

4. True Friends


If any person treats their owner rudely or badly, then a dog start hating or ignoring that person whoever did this to his hooman buddy.

5. Wanna hear a good news about Snow leopard and white rhino?


The population of Snow leopard and white rhino is increasing, Their breed is not in danger anymore. That’s Great!

6. #Relationship Goals


When an elephant is upset or stressed, its herd partners will love them with their trunks and make reassuring chirping sounds.

7. Baby Elephant


Human babies suck their thumbs sometimes, in the same way, baby elephant sucks their trunks. Ah, Childhood!

8. Knight-King


Norway once knighted a penguin named Nils. He is the mascot and Colonel-in-Chief of the King’s Guard. The name ‘Nils Olav’ and associated ranks have been passed down through three king penguins since 1972.

9. Does anybody need a backup?


Whenever a crow is in danger, their crow friends will come and back them up. And, crows can remember faces. So in case you’re decent to one by feeding them food, they’ll remember you and want to be your friend.

10. Everbody needs A Best Friend!


Likewise, humans need a best friend, Cows have best friends too.

11. This one is touching!


Rats laugh when you tickle them. Yes, I was shocked too!

12. Soulmates

Otters hold hands while sleeping so they don’t float away from each other. Also, sea otters tend to form “rafts” when resting, by linking together. The largest raft ever seen contained 2000 otters.