I once for some reason thought a Mantis was a bird, instead of a bug...
I used to believe that a butterfly and a moth were the exact same thing. I thought they stayed at butterflies in the daytime and transformed into the moth pattern when it became night time.
OK, so there's this book called The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe where a magical lion named Aslan is killed but comes back to life.
When I was a kid, I thought that the reason was because he had nine lives.
I use to believe the fireflies were birds with spotlights
I used to think mouse is really green.
When I children, I used to believe that the frog grew then was forming until that tunerd in a lizard
In my childhood I used to think that cats were mystical animals and luckily I often had cats as pets but they used to leave after a few months at that time I used to think that luck would also go away but I did not usually think that cats would return It was a lot of fun to have that kind of pet because they are so independent
I thought that the saying about cats having nine lives was literally true. I have a weird memory of going outside as a kid and seeing one of our cats choking on something. When I showed concern, my dad just said after he chokes to death he will come back to life and be good as new. I'm pretty sure he was really just choking up a hairball or something but I misheard it and, due to my belief, didn' think to question it.
When I was about 4 we had a mouse in the house, and I was the first to notice it. I didn't realize mice could get into your house in real life, and it was too fast to get a good look at, so I thought it was a special big ant. I was convinced that it knew I saw it and would come to get me if it heard me tell my parents.
I didn't know what to tell my mom when she asked why I didn't say anything sooner...
I believed that chickens pooped eggs (male and female)