Koalas' fingerprints resemble humans', a result of convergent evolution, aiding grip and enhancing touch sensitivity.
Rhino horns, unlike other animals' horns, have a keratin covering and a calcium core. Horns are sharpened by rubbing against trees.
Froghoppers, tiny bugs with bow-like features, can catapult themselves 100 times their body length.
Hypnotizing frogs by caressing their tummy induces immobility called catalepsy; a harmless and fascinating experience.
Sloths have multi-chambered stomachs with microorganisms to slowly digest their low-calorie, toxin-filled leaf diet.
Elephants can't jump due to their size and leg structure, but they have other remarkable qualities.
Cows produce 200,000 cups of milk in their lifetime, and their diet includes tons of food and water.
Contrary to previous belief, giraffes can vocalize, emitting low-frequency sounds that humans couldn't hear.