Squirrels range in size from 5 to 26 inches, and can weigh up to 4 lbs.
When danger approaches, squirrels warn each other with a whistling call.
Some squid have bioluminescent organs that make them glow in the dark.
Female squid lay thousands of eggs at a time at the bottom of the ocean.
The giant squid’s eyeballs are the size of volleyballs and for a little extra effect, they stick out.
Spring peepers are also known as pinkletinks
800 – 1000 spring peeper eggs are laid in shallow ponds and they hatch within 6 – 12 days.
Spring peepers are very tolerant of cold conditions and they are often one of the first frog species to appear in the spring.
Spring peepers allow their bodies to freeze during winter hibernation and still survive.