A cat’s ability to see well at night is due to its ” tapetum lucidum “, a structure that reflects visible light back through the cat’s retina. It’s also what causes the eyes’ weird ‘glowing’ effect in the dark.

The toucan doesn’t actually use its wings to fly very far. Due to their tiny size, the wings act more as a glider to take them short distances, preferring to hop tree to tree rather than fly.

Toucans manage their body temperature by adjusting the blood flow to their beak as more blood means more heat release. Due to this, the creatures sleep on their beak to conserve heat.

Toucans are actually an endangered species due to their habitat being destroyed with the removal of huge chunks of rainforest, but as toucans adapt so quickly they are able to survive.