This “Water bear” (Tardigrade) is an animal which is built only on a few hundred cells. It lives in moss and “awakes” when the moss gets wet. It feeds on moss by sucking the cells off. If the moss falls dry, Water Bears encapsule themselves, if necessary for years to wait for the next rain.
The largest bird to fly, Argentavis magnificens, was believed to have flown like a high-performance glider and lived 6 million years ago in Argentina. It was close to the size of a Cessna 152 airplane. The board soared on the winds like a glider and could reach speeds of up to 150 mph. Experts are still not sure how it achieved landing and takeoff. 10 of the biggest animals to roam the planet