Animal and plant world
Living organisms are divide into humans, plants, and animals, and each of these organisms has its world, as animals are non-autotrophic organisms. It depends on others in obtaining food, and most of its members move from one place to another, unlike the world of plants, which moves local or total movement. There are more than 260,000 plants of plants globally, which are of great importance in preserving the living environment as they have a role in The balance of the air and the domain elements. In the plant and animal worlds, we find a lot of information, secrets and oddities related to their growth, method of reproduction, and development.
The oddity of the animal and plant world
Information from the plant world
- The globe gets rid of carbon dioxide and produces oxygen.
- It gets its food from the soil and through the process of photosynthesis.
- The trap flower is one of the legendary flowers in hunting insects, and it feeds on anything that falls into its trap; and it lives in swamps, and this flower works by a mechanism by which leaves curl to turn into a stomach for digesting prey.
- The cobra lily plant is very similar to the cobra snake in terms of the branching of its tongue, bulging head, and length of its tube. It lives in the mountains of the western California coast, has the advantage of catching its prey through a trap, and relying on symbiotic bacteria to convert prey into food.
- When approaching the sundew, the prey sticks to it and cannot escape; It has stems covered with a very sticky substance and leaves covered with dozens of branches.
- Chlorophyll monster plant dries slowly and swallows homes, roads, and cars; and was discovered in Japan and was considered a botanical miracle.
Information from the animal world
- Horses have the advantage of not having any bones in their neck, and if their tails are severed, they will die.
- Elephants cry when grieving.
- Dolphins rest with one eye open and the other closed.
- Australian sand crabs breathed through their legs when they transported on dry land.
- Scorpion inflames itself with fire and will die if surrounded by fire.
- The number of vertebrae in a giraffe’s neck is seven, equal to the number of seven vertebrae in a human neck.
- The Anaconda snake is eleven meters long and lives in the South American continent around swamps and rivers.
- Female flies lay over four hundred eggs throughout their life.
- The humpback whale picks up food after swimming in a circular motion, and it spits out many tiny bubbles around the prey.
- The elephant sleeps standing when another elephant does not secure himself guarding it, and if he finds someone defending it, he sleeps on his side for an hour.
- The marsupial animal that lives in Australia is considered one of the animals that do not drink water, as it draws moisture from the food that it eats, and if it drinks water, it dies directly.
- The penguin keeps its eggs on its feet, as it is one of the animals that do not build nests.