Sweet Things Butterfly Facts

The word butterfly came from the English word Buttorfleoge. Perhaps because, in mediaeval times, butterflies could be seen hovering around butterchurns or that their excrement is yellowish in colour. There are 292 species of butterflies in Canada. Most of which are found in British Columbia (176) and the fewest on Prince Edward Island (42). In Ontario we have 142 species. Some butterflies, such as the Northern Pearly Eye, will fly at night. Butterflies are the…

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Bla Bla Facts About Ice Cream

Ice cream our child time was dream food but now for all kids very easy food Legend has it that the Roman emperor Nero used to send his slaves scurrying to the mountains to collect snow and ice to make flavored ices, the precursors to ice cream, in the first century. The first written mention of ice cream in this country can be found in a letter from the 1700s, which admiringly describes the ice…

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Bla BLa Facts about Penguins

We have a lot of bla bla things about penguins Penguins are birds. The name is derived from Welsh terms ‘pen’, meaning head and ‘gwyn’, meaning white. Penguin is an unofficial symbol of the United States Libertarian Party. They mate for life. Linux mascot tux is also a penguin. They are ancient species that appeared 40 million years ago in the Eocene. Penguins don’t fly, they swim. Penguins lay eggs. Penguin chicks have fluffy feathers.…

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Interesting Facts about Wine, Alcohol

The longest bar in the world is 684 feet(about 208.5 meters) long and is located at the New Bulldog in Rock Island, Illinois. Each molecule of alcohol is less than a billionth of a meter long and consists of a few atoms of oxygen, carbon and hydrogen. As the famous explorer Magellan prepared to sail around the world in 1519, he spent more on Sherry than on weapons. Vassar College was established and funded by…

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