Home > Animal > October 11, 2015 Animal A particular dog was allowed free travel on South Australian Railways in the 1890s. Well loved by railwaymen, the dog was presented with a collar that read: ‘Stop me not, but let me jog, for I am Bob, the driver’s dog’. Share this:FacebookTwitterGoogle Related Posts A cat can be its own twin when two fertilized eggs fuse together. There is a hornet the size of your thumb that stings you with flesh dissolving acid In China, it’s a growing trend to dye-colour dogs to make them look like different animals. A punt gun, an extremely large shotgun used for duck hunting in the 19th and early 20th centuries. There’s a hammock-like bed for cats that installs under a chair (or table) and can even handle the weight of larger kitties. It’s called cat crib. The mouth of the jellyfish also serves as an anus A man in Yellowstone has an 800 pound pet grizzly bear named Brutus A species of bee called lisotrigona loves to drink human tears A cat’s brain is biologically more similar to a human brain that it is to a dog’s. Both humans and cats have identical regions in their brains that are responsible for emotions. There’s a deep sea octopus called Dumbo octopus.