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Fun Facts

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Malley Nelson

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By: Malley Nelson Fun Facts Introduction There are some crazy, wacky, silly things in this world, some things that we didn't even know about. Even the weird things like how many bananas a monkey can fit into its mouth or how much weight an ant can carry. Now, of course, these are all things that you don't really need to know, but wouldn't you like to be at the dinner table and say, "Hey guys guess how much weight an ant can hold?" Sometimes things are just cooler to know. Animals There are so many different categories of animals, reptiles, mammals, birds, etc., and they all can do really cool things. Insects: Miscellaneous This miscellaneous topic will cover different things like food, countries, "old timey" things, etc. Fun Facts By: Malley Nelson Mammals: I don't even think we can count how many different types of insects there are. Scientists and entomologists or "bug experts" are probably discovering new bugs as we speak. They come in so many different shapes and sizes and they are actually pretty cool when you think about them. Mammals are warm blooded animals that come from a mother's womb instead of an egg. Conclusion: This whole presentation could have been
worth your time to sit through or it could
have been a complete waste of both mine, and your
time, but I bet you ten bucks that at least one
of these facts are going to stick with you
for a really long time and one day when
someone asks you a really random question,
you might be able to answer it. - Elephants are the only mammals that can't jump. - Polar bears are left handed. - A cat's brain weighs about 30g, that's about the weight of a CD or a battery. - There are whales alive today that are
older than the 1851 book "Moby Dick"
(That's older than 162 years) Insects come in all sorts of shapes and sizes and they can do a lot of very weird things. - An ant can lift 50 times its own weight - Ants stretch when they wake up in the morning. - Honeybees have hair on their eyes. - A housefly's wings beat at roughly 345 strokes per
second. - A cockroach will live nine days without
it's head before it starves. - Butterflies taste with their feet. Reptiles: Reptiles are cold blooded animals that come
from an egg. Birds: There are about 10,000 different species of birds. They all have unique characteristics. - A duck's quack doesn't echo... ever. - An ostrich's eye is bigger than it's brain. - A hummingbird weighs less than a penny. - A green iguana can hold its breath for a half hour. - Geckos eat their skin after it falls off. - Geckos are born without eyelids. - An alligator's jaws are so powerful that it can bite through a turtle's shell as easy as you bite through an oreo cookie. - The Reticulated Python can stretch himself taller than a three story house. - Birds have hollow bones to help them fly. - Hummingbirds are the only birds
that can fly backwards. - Most elephants weigh less than the tongue of a
blue whale. - Bats always turn left when exiting a cave. - For every human in the world there is 1,000,000 ants. - A snail can sleep for three days at a stretch. - About 10,000,000 people have the same birthday as you. - The dot over the "i" is called the tittle. - Studies show that people who feel lonely tend to take longer showers and baths. - There is a town in Nebraska with a population of one. - McRibs contains azodicarbonamide, an ingredient also used to make yoga mats. - 40% of women would consider dumping her boyfriend just because her friends dindn't like him. - Laziness and inactivity kills just as many people as smoking. - 94% of Americans eat pizza regularly. - Before Apple launched the iPhone, alternate names they considered were Tripod, Mobi, and Telepod. - Antartica is the only continent without reptiles. - The world's youngest parents were 8 & 9 and lived in China in 1910. - They have square watermelons in Japan. - Peanuts are one of the ingredients in dynamite. - The statue of liberty wears a size 879 sandal. - Money isnt made out of paper, it's made out of cotton. Citations: www.begent.org
www.wtf-fact.com
www.faculty.washington.edu
www.twitter.com/funfacts
www.funny2.com
www.snapple.com
www.forgottenfriend.org
www.freepages.misc.rootsweb.ancestry.com
www.globalanimal.org
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