#AlphabetAnimals Day 24: W is for Walrus.
They use their tusks for cutting through ice and getting out of the water, as well as defense and for males, to demonstrate dominance. The larger the tusks, the more dominant the male.
#AlphabetAnimals Day 23: V is for Vampire Bat.
Infrared perception in their nose acts like a heat-seeking sensor that allows them to find blood vessels near the surface of their host's skin. Also, vampire bats have echolocation, so they can navigate in the absolute dark.
#AlphabetAnimals Day 22: U is for Urial.
Urials are considered to be members of the antelope family like the gazelle, but some people consider them being part of the sheep family instead. No one really knows for sure where they belong.
#AlphabetAnimals Day 21: T is for Toucan.
Most people believe a toucan's beak weighs a fair amount but actually, due to the little air holes, the beak is quite light. It's really soft, so much that toucans are unable to use it for conventional methods such as fighting or digging.