The most popular penguin in the World

most famous penguin

Norway once knighted a penguin.full name of penguin is colonel in chief sir nils olav is the most popular penguin in the World.nils olav is a penguin living in the Edinbrgh, Scotland. After his adoption in army, nils olav was given the role of moscot of the Norwgeian guard.

Nils was visited by soldiers from the Norwegian Royal Guard on 15 August 2008 and awarded knighthood.The honour was approved by King Harald V.

During the ceremony a crowd of several hundred people joined the 130 guardsmen at the zoo to hear a citation from the King read out, which described Nils as a penguin “in every way qualified to receive the honour and dignity of knighthood”.

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World’s smallest monkey

smallest monkey

Finger monkey, It’s so small that it can hold on to your finger. Believe it or not, it’s a monkey the size of our finger. They got their name because of their size and if you try to hold them they climb to your fingers .

The planet’s smallest living primate, they are also known as pocket monkeys or tiny lions.t is generally found in evergreen and river edge forests and is a gum-feeding specialist.World’s smallest monkey mostly found in the rain forests of Brazil, Peru and Colombia.

World’s smallest monkey can grow up to 12 inches. they are exotic pets and you can purchase one for between $2,000 – $3,000

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Most Expensive Dog Breeds In The World

The Tibetan Mastiff is an ancient breed

A Red Tibetan Mastiff puppy has become the world’s most expensive Dog Breeds In The World after being sold for almost $1.6 million. Tibetan Mastiffs thought to be one of the world’s oldest breeds, and legend has it that both Genghis Khan and Lord Buddha kept them.
The Tibetan Mastiff is an ancient breed and type of domestic dog originating with nomadic cultures of Indian state of Himachal Pradesh , Uttarakhand , Tibet and Central Asia.

Dogs bred in the West weigh between 45–72 kg (100-160 pounds) although dogs in the upper range are often overweight.

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