MYTH AND TRUTH
What is myth and truth about animal kingdom?
Myth : a traditional story, especially one concerning the early history of a people or explaining a natural or social phenomenon, and typically involving supernatural beings or events.
Truth : that which is true or in accordance with fact or reality.
|MYTH AND TRUTH||
|Dogs only see in black and white||Dogs see other colours as well but not as much as humans do|
|Bulls react aggressively to the colour red||They want to attack because of the movements in front of them|
|Ostriches bury their heads in the sand when they’re scared||In this situation they ‘fly the coop’|
|Touching a toad can give you warts||Toads don’t cause warts|
|Chameleons change colour to blend in with their environment||They change their colour to reflect their moods|
|You stomp like an elephant!||Elephants walk really quietly|
|The blue whale can swallow a whole car||A grapefruit is the biggest thing a whale can swallow|
|Moles are blind||Moles can see, but they have poor eyesight|
|Mice love cheese||Cheese is not their favourite food|
|Fish are mute||Fish make sounds similar to the noise on a busy farm|
|A horn in the rhinoceros nose||Actually it’s not a horn, it’s a peculiar hard crest|
|In winter, animals get cold and, therefore, they hibernate||They hibernate because of the scarce source of food in winter|