Did You Know!

There is only one letter that does not appear in any U.S. state name: The Letter Is 'Q'
A cow-bison hybrid is called a 'beefalo'
The 'Windy City' name has nothing to do with Chicago weather The cities nickname was coined by 19th-century journalists who were referring to the fact that its residents were 'windbags' and 'full of hot air.'
Armadillo shells are bulletproof In fact, one Texas man was hospitalized when a bullet he shot at an armadillo ricocheted off the animal and hit him in the jaw.
'Running amok' is a medically recognized mental condition
Octopuses lay 56,000 eggs at a time The mother spends six months so devoted to protecting the eggs that she does not eat. The babies are the size of a grain of rice when they are born.
Blue whales eat half a million calories in one mouthful These random facts are mind blowing! Those 457,000 calories are more than 240 times the energy the whale uses to scoop those krill into its mouth.
That tiny pocket in jeans was designed to store pocket watches
Most Disney characters wear gloves to keep animation simple
The American flag was designed by a high school student It started as a school project for Bob Hefts junior-year history class, and it only earned a B- in 1958. His design had 50 stars even though Alaska and Hawaii were not states yet. Heft figured the two would earn statehood soon and showed the government his design. After President Dwight D. Eisenhower called to say his design was approved, Hefts teacher changed his grade to an A.
Cows don’t have upper front teeth They do have molars in the top back of their mouths though. Where you would expect upper incisors, cows, sheep, and goats have a thick layer of tissue called a 'dental pad.' They use that with their bottom teeth to pull out grass.