Animals & Nature


  • Leopards are a part of the biological family of cats.
  • An owl's eyes are bigger than its brain.
  • Bulls charge when they see the color red.
  • Sakura', trees that bloom pinkish flowers, is also called 'pomegranate blossom'
  • Elephants can be pregnant for two years.


  • TRUE - Leopards are indeed a part of the 'Felidae', the name of the biological family of cats. Compared to the other members of the felidae, Leopards have shorter legs but longer bodies. Most of them inhabit parts of sub-Saharan Africa, West Asia, the Middle East, South and Southeast Asia to Siberia.
  • TRUE - The large eyes of an owl could gather great information since they can see things well, but the small brain cannot process such large optical data gathered by the large eyes. Poor owls.
  • FALSE - Bulls are actually color blind-- they can't see the color red at all! During bullfights, the bull is likely irritated not by the muleta’s color, but by the cape’s movement as the matador whips it around.
  • FALSE - A sakura tree is called the cherry blossom tree. The plantings of cherry trees originated in 1912 as a gift of friendship to the People of the United States from the People of Japan. In Japan, the flowering cherry tree, or "Sakura," is an exalted flowering plant.
  • TRUE - It is normal for elephants to have a pregnancy that approaches 22 months or two years. This is the longest gestation period for any land animal, and one of the longest for any animal on earth.

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