Did you ever wish upon a star?


The nearest star is 4.25 light-years from Earth which is why most wishes take at least 9 years to come true.

What is the strongest muscle in the human body?


The tongue is the strongest muscle and it plays a role in gaging,

But the hardest thing it has to do is stop itself from wagging.

Paraskevidekatriaphobia originates from Paraskevi, (Greek for Friday). Other names for this phobia include Friggatriskaidekaphobia which originates from Norse mythology where Frigg is the Norse Goddess for Friday.

​and is a fear of Friday the 13th!

The tongue of a blue whale is as long as an

Elephant

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Wow, did you know this?


In your lifetime you'll produce enough saliva to fill 2 swimming pools!

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What's so unique about a dog's nose?


Dog nose prints are just like humans fingerprints! They can be used to identify the identity of dogs.

August 21, 2017 will be the next total solar eclipse.


The center line of the eclipse will cross through
10 states going west through east
​across the United States.

Earth is orbiting around the sun at 66,600 miles per hour.

Wow that's fast!

Is a Jellyfish a fish?


In fact, it is not!  They have no brains, no heart, and no bones!  Due this, they are classified in a group all their own!


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Where is the heart of a shrimp?
​Clue: It's not in it's chest.

The heart of a shrimp is in it's head!

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Fun Facts!

What insect migrates when the weather gets colder?

The Monarch Butterfly


The Monarch Butterfly is the only insect that migrates to a warmer climate that is 2,500 miles away.  They fly at speeds ranging between 12 and 25 miles per hour.

A stegosaurus’s brain is the size of a golf ball you putt,
This 27 foot giant’s brain is about as big as an unopened walnut.

Months that begin on a Sunday will always have a "Friday the 13th."


​Here's an example, but look at a calendar and check it out!

How hot can the flame of a candle get?

A. 250 degrees fahrenheit
B. 638 degrees fahrenheit

C. 1832 degrees fahrenheit

The answer is:  C  A candle flame can reach a temperature of 1832 degrees fahrenheit (1000 degrees celsius)