The animal kingdom is full of surprises and bizarre behaviors that are still unknown. From squirting blood from the eyes to hibernating for three years, animals do all sorts of unexpected things that show us how crazy mother nature can be. If you’re someone who’s curious about the animal world, look ahead and find out some bizarre animal behaviors that you will get shocked to know!
Elephants are known to be one of the most intelligent species of the animal kingdom. Not only are they smart, they have a strong sense of emotions, especially sadness. When an elephant passes away, the other elephants of the herd spend a lot of time grieving over its death. They leave their daily tasks and spend many days in mourning. So much so, elephants regularly visit the deceased animal before moving on with their lives. In some cases, elephants also visit their relatives’ graves to pay their respects.
If a crow has ever attacked you, you’ll surely understand that crows are very vengeful animals. They remember the faces of humans they dislike and will hold grudges against them until they get a chance to take their revenge. The onyx flyers don’t just keep their grudges to themselves but also spread the word among other crows about the good and bad faces they come across in their lives. So, if you’ve ever done anything bad to a crow, be careful as it might be planning a way to get you!
We often see dolphins with smiles on their faces and believe that they’re the happiest creatures on the planet. Sadly, that’s not the case. Dolphins put up a facade of happiness, which usually fools people into believing that they’re always chirpy. In reality, dolphins are very conscious animals. Research shows that most dolphins suffer a great deal of depression during their midlife. This depression can get so intense that dolphins are the only species after humans capable of committing suicide.