• Riddle


    What is an angry boy?

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  • Fact


    Why do cows stand around in fields eating all day?

    In order to produce four or more gallons of milk each day, dairy cows have to eat a lot. Producing milk requires additional calories in the form of extra food. A large dairy cow may eat up to 150 pounds (about 68 kilograms) of grass each day, and all that munching takes time! Cows have special stomachs, too, that make eating a slow process. Instead of having one chamber like a human’s, a cow’s stomach has four. When a cow takes a bite of grass it swallows it right away without chewing it. The food goes into the first chamber of its stomach, called the rumen (animals that have such stomachs are called ruminants), where it mixes with fluid to form a soft mass. The mushy grass is regurgitated or brought back up again later, when the cow is resting. This “cud” is thoroughly chewed, swallowed, and digested as it passes through all the other chambers of the stomach. A cow spends nearly nine hours each day chewing its cud. Scientists think that when animals like cows lived in the wild they had to snatch grass in a hurry before predators attacked them. Their special stomachs allowed them to store food for later chewing and digestion once they were hidden and out of danger. Goats, sheep, camels, and antelope are other examples of ruminants.

  • Joke


    Father: Emily, have you seen the newspaper?
    Emily: Yes, Mother wrapped the garbage in it and threw it out.
    Father: Darn. I’d like to have seen what was in it before she threw it out.
    Emily: I can tell you what was in it, Daddy. Some chicken bones, coffee grounds, and old vegetables!

  • Quotation


    Quotes

    The butterfly counts not months but moments, and has time enough.

    --- Rabindranath Tagore

  • Puzzle


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    Remove 1 matchstick from the figure. Now move 4 of the remaining matchsticks to form 11 Squares. All matchsticks don't have to be flat on the surface.

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