According to a study of Google Earth satellite images showed that cows and deer tend to face in the north-south direction of the Earth's magnetic lines. It is currently unknown how these animals are able to detect magnetic poles and why these animals face these directions most often. It has even been found that "a strong wind or sunlight on a cold day" may be a reason that animals do not always face the north-south direction.
It's very well known that tiny ants work together in massive colonies, and in turn complete impressive tasks. For example, a colony of fire ants will ball up and create rafts to survive flooding. This phenomenon is so mesmerizing that engineers today are trying to figure out ants can accomplish such a feat.
This bird has quite the sense of interior design! Australian Satin Bowerbirds will steal items of this specific color to adorn their nests. These brightly colored decorations lay around their "bowers" and attract potential mates.
Horned lizards will go far lengths to defend themselves. Using a mechanism called "Ocular Hemorrhaging," these lizards will squirt blood out of their eyes by popping their ocular sinus cavity. Although the blood isn't toxic of acidic, it has a bitter taste and is quite the scare for any tempted predators.