Narwhals, known to some as the unicorns of the sea, are some of the earth’s most intriguing creatures. This infographic illustrates several interesting facts about these marine mammals. It begins by describing the narwhal’s natural habitat---the Arctic Ocean. It also explains narwhal anatomy, including its size and weight. The infographic goes on to describe the animal’s … [Read more...]
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iSeahorse created this infographic illustrating eight fun facts about the seahorse. It describes the seahorse’s roving eyes, which allow them to see in multiple directions at once. It also describes their behaviors, including their noises and courting dance. The infographic also explains how male seahorses become pregnant, rather than the females, an anomaly in the animal … [Read more...]
Dogs may be a man’s best friend but cats, to many people, are a whole lot more. They’re therapists, doctors, and assistants, as well as lifelong companions. This infographic, created by Buckwheat Health, illustrates the slew of health benefits associated with having a cat. It explains how feline therapy isn’t just the cat lady’s version of retail therapy, but is in fact a real … [Read more...]
Are black cats really so bad, or are they just misunderstood? This infographic explores the myths surrounding these ebony felines. For centuries many people have regarded black cats as evil, or, in modern times, at least a sign of bad luck. But that notion isn’t universal. As the infographic explains, in the U.K. and Asia, black cats are even considered lucky. In fact, in … [Read more...]
You may have heard the size of an animal’s brain can indicate its level of intelligence. This infographic, published by The Guardian U.K., illustrates the brain size of many different animals in relation to their body size. As the infographic explains, the size of the animal’s brain isn’t all that matters; it’s the size of their brain in relation to their body. For example, a … [Read more...]