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small world

The smallest frog is less than 3/8 of an inch in length.

 

The smallest cat is the Singapuras and weighs only 4 pounds.

 

Monarch caterpillars shed their skin four times before they become a chrysalis, growing over 2700 times their original size.

 

A giant game of cosmic pool was played when the solar system was first formed billions of years ago. Neptune was hit by an asteroid so big it was knocked sideways on its axis. It orbits with one pole pointed at the sun. Venus was hit so hard it is almost upside down and is the only planet to spin backwards on its axis. And most astronomers believe the Moon was formed when an asteroid almost the size of Mars hit Earth and shot debris into orbit.

 

The place with the most number of rainy days per year is Mount Wai’ale’ale on Kauai, Hawaii – up to 350 days. The longest time that a place remained without rain was Arica, Chile – from October, 1903 to January, 1918 – 14 years!

 

Our sun is over 2.5 million miles around at its equator.

 

Mark Twain, one of America’s best-loved authors, dropped out of school when he was 12 years old, after his father died.

 

Babe Ruth kept a cabbage leaf under his cap to keep cool.

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