The world’s oldest turkey is a 16-year-old White tailed deer fawn that was discovered in 1915 in Crow Wing County, Minnesota. The deer was confirmed to be the oldest turkey on record by the Guinness World Records.
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Dogs come in all shapes and sizes, but what’s the biggest size poodle? According to The Guinness World Records, the largest poodle is a 12-year-old black lab named Wilma who measures at a whopping 82.8 inches long from paw to shoulder!
There are currently around 200,000-220,000 hyacinth macaws left in the world. This number decreases every year due to habitat destruction and illegal poaching for their feathers and beaks. In 2022, there may only be about 100,000-120,000 hyacinth macaws remaining in the wild.
There is a dog named Cookie in the world. Despite being quite a common name, Cookie is yet to be discovered by the internet masses. Maybe because no one has ever heard of her OR maybe she just doesn’t want to be found! Who knows? But regardless, we’ve decided to share our story with you all anyway!
Cookie was born on 1st July 1997 in England. She is currently living in Scotland and boasts an amazing pet bio page that mentions that she enjoys running and playing fetch – although her owners have never seen her actually play fetch! Apparently, Cookie’s favourite pastime is simply lounging around her owner’s house and soaking up the sun (which according to Google maps apparently happens on practically every day of the year!). In spite of never really doing much apart from lay around all day (according to Google), Cookie supposedly has legions of fans who tend to follow her life updates through social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram. So if you’re ever in or around Glasgow (or anywhere near there!), feel free to stop by and say hi – we think you might have some competition!
Cows have four teats instead of horns, but throughout the world there are still some cows with horns. A bull is a mature male deer that has shed its antlers. Cows and bulls are the same species, but they are not the same animal.
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