Porpoises in the wild can remember strings of random numbers as well as people can.
Porpoises communicate...that’s now known by everyone. But did you know that they talk through their noses?
Fish swim in “schools” but porpoises swim in “pods.”
A mother porpoise can nurse two baby porpoises. By the way, she nurses her babies for about a year and a half.
Stressed-out porpoises have been known to get stomach ulcers.
The skin of a live porpoise feels like a hard-boiled egg without the shell.
A mother porpoise burps her baby by tapping its underside repeatedly with her nose.
If you see a porpoise swimming slowly in a circle, you can be pretty sure it’s taking a nap. That’s what porpoises do when they sleep.
Bears in Yellowstone can neatly take the wrappings off sticks of chewing gum.