Grasshoppers grasshoppers young are called nymphs.
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- Thunderstorms are caused by a large volume of rising warm, moist air.
- Amelia earhart was born on July 24, 1897 and died July 2, 1937, traveling from Lae, New Guinea to Howland Island.
- Mount everest is located in Nepal, Asia on the Nepal-Tibet border.
- Spiders all have venom to be able to paralyze their prey, the only exception is the Uloboridae family of spiders.
- Quilting In The Ditch is the usually the first quilting technique a quilter learns.
- Australian shepherd dogs are part of the 'Herding' breed group.
- The human brain grows 8,000 new brain cells every second whilst in the womb.
- Ducks have 3 eyelids. One on the top and bottom, and a third semi-transparent eyelid that acts similar to goggles while flying and swimming, and feeding.
- Amelia earhart flew with 19 other female pilots in the first women's national air derby in 1929 from California to Cleveland.