Giraffes are one of the most iconic animals in Africa. These fascinating mammals have evolved over 15 million years ago from antelope-like animals. The species we know today turned up around 1 million years ago. You may look at a Giraffe’s neck and wonder the amazing evolutionary adaptation, but that is not the only thing that’s fascinating about them.
Bison are known as gentle giants, in fact behemoth would be perfect to say. These huge powerful animals lived many years ago from the forest of Alaska to the grasslands of Mexico, Nevada and the Eastern Appalachian mountains along with Saber-toothed tigers and Mammoths. Unfortunately in the 1800s, approximately 60 million Bison were slaughtered for food, clothing and sports. Due to conservation laws these creature have been saved from getting extinct. The American bison was named the national mammal of the United States on May 9, 2016 by President Mr. Obama. This majestic animal join the rank as the official symbol of US, and much like the eagle, it is one of the greatest conservation success stories of all time.
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Cheetah comes from a Sanskrit word meaning variegated, but most importantly the name suggest only speed, lightning speed. The only land mammal that achieve mind blowing speed due to their bio-mechanical engineering. On video you won’t get that much excited to see a cheetah running but believe us, if you see them running with full pace in the wild, it would be definitely a jaw dropping moment. These cats don’t roar in fact they do meow. Shocked? Not only their speed, their body texture and habits are also different from other cats. We are going to uncover many truths about them so, stick with us.