40 Animal and Human Facts That Will Make Happy (Part 2)

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  1. A group of pugs is called a grumble.
  2. And a group of bunnies is called a fluffle.
  3. At some point in time, very briefly, you were the youngest person on Earth.
  4. Cuddling actually helps heal wounds faster, due to the release of oxytocin.
  5. It also releases serotonin, which greatly improve one’s mood and help fight depression.
  6. Sea horses mate for life and travel the sea holding each other’s tails.
  7. Gentoo penguins also mate for life, but they also find time looking for a pebble to give their mate in order to “propose.”
  8. Worms communicate to each other by snuggling.
  9. Somewhere out there, someone is having the best day of their life.
  10. Norway knighted a penguin once. The penguin’s full name is Colonel-in-Chief Sir Nils Olav.
  11. Puffins also mate for life.
  12. Baby puffins are called pufflings.
  13. Killing a Panda in China is a heinous crime and is punishable by death. Who wants to kill extremely cute pandas anyway?
  14. Polar Bears are extremely polite animals. When they need a favor, they use their nose to greet each other. For example, if they need food, they will ask for it, and they get it if they are polite enough.
  15. Studies have proven that goats, like us, have different accents.
  16. Male pups will sometimes let female pups “win” when they play-fight so they can get to know them better.
  17. If you have noticed, cats bring you dead animals in your doorstep every now and then. Cats think you’re just a crappy cat that can’t survive alone. Cats actually bring us presents!
  18. Dolphins make up names for other dolphins.
  19. According to Welsh folklore, corgis were the most preferred method of transportation for fairies.
  20. Octopuses like arranging gardens by collecting stones and shiny objects and arranging them in the sand.
  21. There is no angry way to say the word “bubbles.”
  22. Cats have a way of telling someone if they feel safe If a cat gives you a head-butt, that cat trusts you completely.
  23. Ants pay respect to one another. They bow down whenever they see one another to say “How’re you doin?” in ant language. It?s their own sweet gesture every time they cross each other.
  24. Newborn giant pandas are only about the size of a stick of butter. Pandas only weigh as much as a cup of tea when they are newborns.
  25. Dog?s nose prints are never the same, much like human fingerprints.
  26. And always remember, no matter how ugly you might feel, you’ll never be as ugly as the world’s ugliest animal: the blobfish.

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