Horses read human emotions
Domestic horses can read human emotions, such as sadness or nervousness, even before we’ve even consciously registered them.
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Pigs are extraordinarily intelligent. They are curious and insightful
animals who are widely accepted as being smarter than young children of
at least 3 years of age, dogs, and even some primates.
They may be indiscriminate eaters, but pigs are also highly intelligent
and incredibly social animals. When kept in a group they will snuggle
close to one another, and prefer to sleep nose-to-nose.
Pigs have hardly any sweat glands, and one of the best ways for them to cool down is to wallow in all of that glorious mud.
Most Ancient Egyptian pyramids were built as tombs for pharaohs and their families. To date, over 130 pyramids have been discovered in Egypt.
Both the world’s tallest and largest land animals both come from Africa.
They are the Giraffe and African elephant.
Many people raise guinea fowls for their eggs, which are higher in
protein than regular chicken eggs as they are thicker with more yolk
than egg white.
A donkey can hear another donkey in the desert from 60 miles away thanks to that sound and their large ears.
Honey bees communicate with one another by dancing.
Many Spain and Britain helped to populate Jamaica during the 19th century with the liberated African slaves. Today, many of these first colonists are immediate offsprings.
More than 14,000 Gods and Goddesses were worshiped by the Egyptians in ancient times.