Animal Facts for Kids

Animal Facts for Kids

Welcome to our Animal Facts library. On this page you can access one of the largest collections of facts about animals on the internet. This is the perfect resource for students, teachers or anyone who wants to learn more about a specific animal. We hope you find these facts about animal enlightening, fun and educational. You can begin to explore our animal facts library by scrolling down and choosing a section.

Our Animal Facts category is separated into different sections. Each section is about type of animal. For example, we have a section about cheetahs, penguins and tigers. We're constantly adding new information, if you can't find animal facts that you need you should check back often. You can also contact us with your requests, and we'll add it to one of our future updates.

Each of the currently available animal facts sections are available below, in alphabetical order.

Cheetah Facts for Kids

Cheetah Facts

In this section you'll learn about cheetahs. You'll learn how fast a cheetah is, what cheetahs eat, how long a cheetah can live and other facts about cheetahs.

Cheetah Facts

Penguin Facts for Kids

Penguin Facts

In this section you'll learn about penguins. You'll learn where penguins live, what a penguins eats, the different species of penguins and other facts about penguins.

Penguin Facts

Tiger Facts for Kids

Tiger Facts

In this section you'll learn about tigers. You'll learn where tigers live, what a tigers eat, why tigers have their stripes and other facts about tigers.

Tiger Facts

An animal is a multicellular eukaryotic organism. Animals belong to the Animalia biological kingdom. There have been over 1.5 million different living animal species discovered by scientists. Some estimates say there have been over 7 million different types of animal species during the history of our planet. However, 99% of all species on our planet are extinct. Beyond a few exceptions, all animals breath oxygen, consume some sort of organic material (plants, meat, etc.), reproduce with a male and female and can move.