Fulmars nest on cliffs. This gull-like seabird spits foul-smelling oil at anything that upsets it. Fish, worms, carrion, squid, and crustaceans are their diet.

 Fulmar Petrel

The Turkey Vulture has certain disagreeable features to stay safe. In defence, they spit 10 feet. Birds urinate to chill off. It can't kill prey.

Turkey Vulture

The European Roller's wingspan is 23 inches. This bird's babies have a unique protection system. When threatened, these newborns puke and cover themselves in it.

European Roller

Walruses are arctic sea mammals. Walruses spit water at the ocean floor to find mollusks and clams in the mud. Playing makes them spit water.


This fly inhabits gardens, forests, and hedgerows. Their lengthy, coiled abdomens resemble scorpions. They don't sting or bite and are great scavengers.

Scorpion Flies

Domesticated camels are found worldwide in deserts, steppes, and prairies. When threatened or enraged, a camel will spit. This foul-smelling spit is generated from saliva and stomach bile.


Alpacas are generally amiable and less inclined to spit. Llamas are known for being sassy. While neither animal's spit is hazardous, it can stink.


Spitting spiders don't utilise fangs to bite their prey; instead, they spit. Once the spit hits its prey, it congeals, making escape harder.

 Spitting Spider

Llamas are related to camels and share some of the camel's appearance and behaviour. The term "spit" can refer to either saliva or stomach acid or even vomit.


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