Asteroids blown-out comets
Some asteroids are actually blown-out comets. The ices are gone, and all that’s left is the rocky material.
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The risk of being killed in a plane crash is 1
in 11 million. The risk of being killed in a car accident is 1 in 5,000.
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A single strand of Spaghetti is called a "Spaghetto".
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to 30 days. Only the female guinea fowl will incubate the eggs, while
the male guards the nest.
While asteroid impacts were more common in the past, they aren’t as frequent today.
All ducks have highly waterproof feathers due to the feathers interlocking nature and waxy coating.
Arizona is home of the Grand Canyon National Park.
The world’s largest grand piano was built by a 15-year-old in New Zealand. It is a little over 18 feet long and has 85 keys - 3 short of the standard 88.