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grand canyon

Sea horses pull themselves around with their chins leading them.

Ostriches stick their heads in the sand to look for water.

It is impossible to sneeze with your eyes open.

Only male crickets can chirp.

Almost two-thirds of the earth’s surface is covered by water. If the earth were flat, water would cover everything in a layer two miles deep .

The 6,288-foot summit of New Hampshire’s Mount Washington has some of the worst weather in the world. The strongest wind measured was 231 miles per hour. The official low is 47 below zero Fahrenheit, but the cold often combines with the wind to produce wind-chills of 150 degrees below zero. The ground is permanently frozen in a layer from 20 to 100 feet below the surface. Since 1851, over 100 people have died of falls or exposure on the mountain.

About 20 percent of the earths land is made up of desert, and the worlds largest desert is the Sahara of North Africa.

There was only one code during World War II that was never broken by the enemy and was used by the US Army. Navajo soldiers, called Codetalkers, developed a radio code based on their native language. It was the only way US soldiers on the battlefield could be sure that messages were from there own side and not from Japanese imitators.

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  1. Julie
    January 24, 2014

    The summit of Mount Washington sounds A LOT like Northbrook, IL. Creepy.

    • Lynn
      January 24, 2014

      Glad I’ve never been to either place

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