PICTURED ABOVE: Bighorn sheep first set hoof in America 100,000 years ago via the Bering Strait. Many made their way to California’s Mount Whitney, shown here.
Norway || Image by © STAFF/Reuters/Corbis
Americans walk an average of 934 miles a year. Norwegian polar bears? 3,107.
The dung beetle has a compass like no other creature: it is guided by the light of the Milky Way.
Kiwi signs are popular targets for looters and vandals, hence the skis.
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