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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The fastest recorded sprinting speed of a horse was 88 kph (55 mph). Most gallop at around 44 kph or 27 mph.
During winter, honey bees feed on the honey they collected during the
warmer months. They form a tight cluster in their hive to keep the queen
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The oldest cow ever recorded was a Dremon named "Big Bertha" that died 3 months shy of her 49th birthday on New Years Eve, 1993. Big Bertha also holds the record for lifetime breeding as she produced 39 calves.
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