Fact Of The Day #34

Did you know Sea Otters hold hands while sleeping so they don’t float away from each other?! Sea Otters sometimes hold hands while sleeping to keep each other from floating away. Often a mother and pup(baby Sea Otter) will hold on to each other while they are resting so that they don’t drift off from each other Read More…

Fact Of The Day #33

Did you know it takes a sloth about 2 weeks to digest its food?! Sloths rely on bacteria in their stomachs to digest their food, also, their rate of digestion is dependent on the temperature. If it’s night-time, or they’re in the shade, their digestion rate slows.      

Fact Of The Day #32

Did you know a Shrimps heart is located in it’s head?! Shrimp have their heart in their brain because having organs located in the head is much more advantageous and safer than having them located in the tail part. That’s because the cephalic portion, the head, is covered with thick protective substances. Also, the shrimp’s heart, located in its head, has three Read More…

Vegetable Face

Today I was kind of bored so I looked around my house to find something to do, when I looked in my kitchen I found some peppers laying on the kitchen counter. I was thinking about putting them back in the fridge when I noticed the red pepper was “deformed”, sooo I looked to see Read More…

Fact Of The Day #31

Did you know Giant Arctic Jellyfish have tentacles that can reach over 36. 5 meters, that’s 120 ft.!? Larger than Blue Whale, the Lion’s Mane Jellyfish is the largest Jellyfish of all known species. It is longer than Blue Whale (30 meters) in length! That is pretty big!      

Fact Of The Day #30

Did you know, unlike most other fish, they are monogamous and mate for life? Rarer still, they are among the only animal species on Earth in which the male bears the unborn young!    


Once again the Coronavirus comes back with no school at Desert Willow, originally we were supposed to go back to school on April 10th, well let me just put it this way, PLANS CHANGED! Now, for TWO months we have to do virtual school because school got canceled fort he rest of the year, i’m Read More…

Fact Of The Day #29

Did you know Hummingbirds are he only recorded bird to fly backwards?! Hummingbirds have the ability to fly up and down, and forward and backwards because they have a rotator cuff (a supporting and strengthening structure of the joint) which allows them to move their wings in a figure eight motion.      

Fact Of The Day #28

Did you know that Bats are the only mammal that can actually fly?! Yes, lemurs and flying squirrels have wings, but they only glide, as for bats, they fly high in the sky! Bats fly higher because they have adaptations for defying gravity and balancing in air.