This is called a Pomsky. They stay about this size all their lives.
There are more Sheep in New Zealand than people
The smallest land mammal is the Pygmy Shrew. They weigh less than 2 paperclips
The largest species of shark is the whale shark, which can be 40 feet long. It is the largest existing species of fish
The heaviest dog on record was a 310 pound St. Bernard.
The American Goldeneye Duck is capable of making dives of more than 20 feet deep.
Seagulls sometimes stamp their feet in a group to imitate rainfall and trick earthworms to come to the surface.
In Seahorse species, the male becomes pregnant.
In ideal conditions in the wild, male Koalas live to about the age of 10; females may live a few years longer.
Flamingos' knees can bend backwards
Dogs have a wet nose to collect more of the tiny droplets of smelling chemicals in the air.
Crocodiles can't move their tongues
Barn Owls hunt mostly small mammals such as the short-tailed vole
An Ostriche's eye is bigger than its brain.
A Tiger can cover about 30 feet in a single stride!
A Cat's tongue is covered in backwards facing spines, about 500 microns long. These are called papillae.
1 in 5,000 North Atlantic Lobsters are born bright blue.