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Can you guess who the animal that has no heart, lungs, and even brain?

It is the jellyfish. Its body is structured in a manner that it does not any of these. Continue reading to explore such crazy fun facts about animals.

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The polar bear is largely found in the Arctic Ocean region. It is a hyper carnivorous bear and its Latin name is Ursus Maritimus.
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The heart of the shrimp is located under its head. This is to protect its internal organs. It has no arteries, and the organs actually are directly floating blood.
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A leech has 32 brains that are located in 32 separate segments. Collectively it is a single brain that is stored in 32 segments.
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Jellyfish absorb the oxygen from the water through their extremely thin skin and have no blood as well. They don’t have brains, hearts, and lungs.
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Hemoglobin is the component that makes the blood appear red. Cockroaches lack this component, and hence the color of their blood is white.
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Most of the animals have iron-based. However, the blood in octopuses is based on copper, making the blood appear blue in color.
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The Narwhal is a medium-sized toothed whale. The males have a long tusk that has sensory capabilities as well. It's also recognized as the unicorn of the sea.
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Jerboa is a desert rodent. It has a long tail that looks like a kangaroo, as due to its long legs, it can stand upright and make long jumps.
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The first meal of the newborn caterpillars is usually drawn from their own eggshells. The shell has vital food that is sufficient for the survival of the caterpillar.
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Jackals are omnivorous animals. They feed on both animals killed by others as well as leaves, fruits, insects, berries, and other vegetation.

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