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Didymous

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...that many of the folks I used to visit with on here aren't around. I hope you all are doing well.
 

tourist

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Alive and well my friend. Some have left but there have been many new arrivals.
 

Didymous

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Orangutans warn other animals to stay out of their territory by belching loudly. :cool:
 

Didymous

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About 3,000 stars are visible to the naked eye. :cool:
 

Didymous

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One in ten people in the world live on an island. :cool:
 

Didymous

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An armadillo crosses a river by holding its breath and walking across the bottom.
 

Didymous

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In March of 1911, the snow at Tamarac, CA was 37 feet deep.
 

Didymous

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People who live in Topeka, Kansas, and own more than five cats, are breaking the law.
 

CharliRenee

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An armadillo crosses a river by holding its breath and walking across the bottom.
Wow did not know...

The nine-banded armadillo has several ways of crossing streams and rivers to move into new territory, like central Missouri. ... Armadillos will also hold their breath and walk across the bottom of streams, weighed down by their heavy shell.