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Transcript of Touch
By: Bradley Swift
Humans may have a 6th sense of telepathy.
There is a taste bud for meat called unami
Butterfly's taste through there feet
Humans have 3 layers of skin.
is the outer layer of the skin. The
is the middle layer and the
, the inner layer.
Brains weigh 3 pounds
When you eat you taste a little of what you smell
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Spider monkeys have a prehensile tail.
Prehensile tails act as a third arm.
When I visited the Naples Zoo in Florida there was a boat ride into a lake with monkey islands in the water.
We learned a lot about monkeys.
The tourist was talking about the spider monkeys and I got interested.
"Spider Monkeys have a prehensile tail that acts as a third arm" he said.
In the top right corner is one of the oldest monkeys in the world. He is 40 years old. Spider monkeys are lucky to live to 12 years old.
Prehensile tails are awesome
The 5 senses are very important. They help us see, smell, touch, taste, and hear. All of these senses work together in harmony.
The 5 senses