Crocodiles can gallop like a horse.
You probably imagine horses bounding across a landscape, not something scaly and low to the ground. However, according to a 2019 study published in Nature, crocodiles have the "full range of quadrupedal footfall patterns used by mammals," which means they can gallop like a horse—and occasionally do! Of course, they aren't as graceful, but they can reach speeds of up to 11 miles per hour.
The novel Gadsby, published in 1939, is the longest book ever published that does not include the letter 'e.'