1. Rhinoceros horns and human fingernails have the same chemical composition. Those who unethically ingest powdered rhino horn for its perceived health benefits would do just as well to eat their own fingernails.
2. One noodle of spaghetti is technically called a “spaghetto.”And a singular cannoli is a cannolo.
3. Ready to enter the fruit matrix? Watermelon, eggplant, and chili peppers are all berries. Fruits that are not berries include STRAWBERRIES, BLACKBERRIES, AND RASPBERRIES. Well, now I’m furious! 😂 Science Facts!
4. Oh, and if that wasn’t enough… peanuts aren’t nuts.
5. The planet’s lightning storms convert its methane gas into carbon, which hardens into one of the most valuable substances on Earth as it falls. I WANT MY DIAMONDS!
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If you like cats as much as I have for the last 30 years, then I know that you adore, adopt, rescue, admire, love and respect all cats, no matter how they are you try to understand them and learn from them.
UPDATE: JACKIE covered in snow! Click on the LIVE CAM below.
She will be ok though. The moderators say that bald eagles are built to stand this kind of climate and still keep the eggs pretty warm and with no hatching complications. Stay tuned! HATCHING is expected next March 15th, next Monday!
Everything goes on Sunday presents you these two wonderful endangered bird species that have been nesting 2 eggs for the last 30 days, and they are only 8 days from hatching.
This is a LIVE CAM that focusses on the Bald Eagle couple and their nest with eggs. Day and night, Jackie and Shadow, female and male eagles respectively, sit on the eggs in the nest that they built on a branch of a pine tree , 144 feet high!
When I look at the nest I ask myself: how did they do it? Such a resistant nest resting on branches of a tree, and so high? It is a work of art, wisdom and bravery. I am sure you can add more in the comment section.
They are so loving to each other, to their habitat, to their soon to hatch eggs…it is wonderful to watch them live!
Shadow delivers a delicious fish to Jackie everyday… Yummy!