Fact a Day 2022

  • Raz posted an update in the group Group logo of Fact a Day 2022Fact a Day 2022 56 minutes ago

    5/21 – Cats’ claws all curve downward, which means that they can’t climb down trees head-first. Instead, they have to back down the trunk.

  • Smiling releases endorphins and relieves stress.

  • Bunty B posted an update in the group Group logo of Fact a Day 2022Fact a Day 2022 2 hours, 36 minutes ago

    5/21: coral is a living organism

  • Pete H. posted an update in the group Group logo of Fact a Day 2022Fact a Day 2022 3 hours, 43 minutes ago

    5/21
    why do cats purr?
    No one is certain exactly why cats purr, though there are a number of good guesses. The obvious observation is cats seem to purr when they’re pleased and feeling good. But that’s not always the case: Some cats also purr when they’re hungry, injured, or frightened. And most surprisingly, purring frequencies have been shown to…[Read more]

  • Anya posted an update in the group Group logo of Fact a Day 2022Fact a Day 2022 5 hours, 19 minutes ago

    5/21
    Starfish feed on coral, clams, sand dollars, oysters, mussels, algae, and sponges. Furthermore, other species of starfish also eat injured fishes in the ocean if there is a given opportunity. In other words, they are also carnivores.

  • Anya posted an update in the group Group logo of Fact a Day 2022Fact a Day 2022 5 hours, 23 minutes ago

    5/20
    Starfish is not a fish.
    According to experts, starfish don’t fall in the classification of fish thus, they prefer to call it “sea stars.” Although they lived underwater,
    they do not have fins, gills, or scales like fish do.
    Also, the starfish move differently from fish, they have very small tube feet to support them move along.

  • Anya posted an update in the group Group logo of Fact a Day 2022Fact a Day 2022 5 hours, 24 minutes ago

    5/19
    Starfish aren’t social creatures
    instead they are solitary and spend
    most of their life alone. They will,
    however, sometimes congregate in
    large groups during certain times
    of the year to feed.

  • Anya posted an update in the group Group logo of Fact a Day 2022Fact a Day 2022 5 hours, 26 minutes ago

    5/18 Make up

    There are around 1,600 different
    species of starfish living in the
    world’s oceans, where they occupy
    every type of habitat including tidal
    pools, rocky shores, sea grass, kelp
    beds and coral reefs.

  • Anya posted an update in the group Group logo of Fact a Day 2022Fact a Day 2022 5 hours, 27 minutes ago

    5/17 Make up
    First things first – despite their
    common (and very misleading!)
    name, starfish (or sea stars) are
    actually fish. Since they don’t
    have a backbone, they belong to a
    group of species called
    invertebrates, which also includes
    urchins and sponges.

  • Teddy K posted an update in the group Group logo of Fact a Day 2022Fact a Day 2022 9 hours, 47 minutes ago

    Factoid for 5/21: This is a sad fact……..Due to deforestation by man, it is estimated that 137 animal and plant species in the rainforests become extinct every day.

  • 5/20: According to some animal experts, the penguin is one of the most streamlined animals in the world. A penguin’s body is tapered at both ends and it has a large head, short neck and elongated body. This streamlined design helps penguins swim fast.

  • Cat P posted an update in the group Group logo of Fact a Day 2022Fact a Day 2022 16 hours, 18 minutes ago

    moss, (division Bryophyta), any of at least 12,000 species of small nonvascular spore-bearing land plants. Mosses are distributed throughout the world except in salt water and are commonly found in moist shady locations. They are best known for those species that carpet woodland and forest floors.

  • For anybody wanting to plant fruit trees: Tips on planting fruit trees: It’s important to only choose varieties that are suited to your area,’ says Pete Smith, arborist and urban forestry program manager at Arbor Day Foundation, who advises asking the local county extension specialists for advice.
    Your hardiness zone is the biggest factor in h…[Read more]

  • RaenaBelle High posted an update in the group Group logo of Fact a Day 2022Fact a Day 2022 1 day, 1 hour ago

    Falcons are widely distributed on all continents of the world except Antarctica.

  • Pete H. posted an update in the group Group logo of Fact a Day 2022Fact a Day 2022 1 day, 3 hours ago

    5/20
    we have been looking at catnip as a treat for kitties today we will look at “silver vine”

    Can cats get addicted to silvervine?
    Although silvervine does produce a kind of kitty “high,” you don’t have to worry about your cat becoming addicted or overdosing on it. In fact, Dr. Charles Abramson pointed out in a 2012 study that “no scien…[Read more]

  • Andy McIntyre posted an update in the group Group logo of Fact a Day 2022Fact a Day 2022 1 day, 3 hours ago

    5/20 Pandas are very confident and comfortable swimmers.

  • Andy McIntyre posted an update in the group Group logo of Fact a Day 2022Fact a Day 2022 1 day, 3 hours ago

    5/19 makeup. Giant pandas are good tree climbers. They can climb trees from 7 months old. In the wild, giant pandas (particularly cubs) climb trees to avoid their enemies and survey their surroundings. As it is safer in a tree, many giant pandas like to sleep in trees. Sometimes, they just climb to look at the scenery.

  • Raz posted an update in the group Group logo of Fact a Day 2022Fact a Day 2022 1 day, 6 hours ago

    5/20 – Cats can jump up to six times their length.

  • Bunty B posted an update in the group Group logo of Fact a Day 2022Fact a Day 2022 1 day, 8 hours ago

    5/20: Humans really need their toes for balance, to be able to stand and walk.

  • Teddy K posted an update in the group Group logo of Fact a Day 2022Fact a Day 2022 1 day, 10 hours ago

    Factoid for 5/20: Water is deceptive. For while it pours freely from the heavens and seems to flow endlessly in rivers, it’s a finite resource; we only have what we have. And although there is about 332,500,000 cubic miles of it on earth – only one-hundredth of one percent of the world\’s water is readily available for human use.

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