Monday, January 13, 2020

Did You Know?



40 million years ago Penguins were 6 feet tall and weighed over 250 pounds.

Must have been similar to the penguin in Super Mario 64 that you had to race down the ice slide.



Russia is about the same size as Pluto in square kilometers.

I live in the USA. I need that converted to square miles.




On average, a person sheds about 100 pounds of skin in their lifetime.

Then why am I not losing any weight?


10 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I'm with you on the second one. Not that I know exactly how much a square mile is...

Joanne said...

yeah, about that weight loss. It must be somebody else - they are losing my share.

L. Diane Wolfe said...

That penguin would crush me.

Birgit said...

That's one big ass penguin! One can always screw up an American by throwing in KM or celcius:). Those nasty critters, the dreaded dust mites, must be loving us with all the skin we shed. Hey, one client left a nice pile of skin on our counter when he scratched his arm.

Ananka said...

Haha awesome :-D

Liz A. said...

I'm hearing these in the voice of Bill Nye the Science Guy. (We see way too many of those shows at school...)

Mary Kirkland said...

And you you start peeling after a sun burn you might lose more than 100 pounds.

Adam said...

Ancient penguin staring down at me

"pathetic."

JACKIESUE said...

penguin then would kick ass..cool.

Jax said...

My husband is from another country and he's constantly talking about meters. I'm like, dude, wtf is that?!