5. Dolphins call one another by their names
Research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the U.S. found that bottlenose dolphins call one another by their specific names.
6. A group of ferrets is known as a business
They are not called so because they are professional. It is modern slang for ‘busyness’, the original word used to refer to a group of these mammals related to the weasel.
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7. Frogs don’t die freezing themselves
A Carleton University professor said that frogs freeze to thaw out in the spring and come out good as new.
8. Sea otters have mastered using tools way back
It isn’t a new phenomenon as what scientists believe to be the case among dolphins. According to a study from Biology Letter, otters have actually been using tools for millions of years.
9. Wild chimpanzees love to drink
According to a study published in the Royal Society Open Science, Guinea chimps like to imbibe fermented palm sap and get tipsy in doing so.