The two statements that are false are #7 and # 9:
Bats cannot shoot blood from their eyes, but four species of horned lizard can – and up to five feet away! The official term for this gross-out feat is autohaemorrhaging. The lizard accomplishes autohaemorrhaging by accumulating extra blood in their heads thus increasing their blood pressure and ultimately rupturing their eyelid vessels.
Opossums do use their prehensile tails to grasp tree branches, but they are too heavy to actually hang by their tails – and even if they could, hanging in the open while napping would not be a very good survival strategy. Unfortunately, the myth that opossums do hang by their tails from trees was further perpetuated by the recent movie Ice Age, where not only cartoon opossums hang by their tails, but one teaches a wooly mammoth to do the same trick!