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How many drops can coin carry?

How Many Drops Can Coin Carry ?! - The best bloopers are here

9/11 Coincidence, Conspiracy Or Prophecy on $20 bill!

Fold a $20 bill in half in such a way that you see the top half of the reverse side.

Next fold the left half as shown.

Now fold the right half so that the burning Pentagon is revealed.

Flip the bill over to see the World Trade Center.
Note: As it turns out in many of these circulated information, folding a series of US bills from $5 to $100 yields almost similar results.

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Store up to 1.6 TB of data

Fujifilm has created a gadget that can store up to 160 GB of data if compressed on their 4th Generation of Linear Tape-Open Ultrium cartridges. Very many companies have big problems with keeping their data archives and Fujifilm will help them.

You can hold up to 800 GB of uncompressed data and 1.6 TB of compressed data on these cartridges. This is much bigger amounts then any hard drive. Creating these cartridges has become possible thanks to exclusive Fujifilm NANOCUBIC technology. It increased the capacity of the cartridges and made them still reliable enough.

The data transfer speed is 120 Mbps for 800 GB mode and 240 Mbps for the 1.6 TB mode which is pretty fast for a cartridge.

The good news is that the data you store on the cartridge will be automatically encrypted. Fujifilm used Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) that uses 256-bit encryption and it will keep your data secure.

What is Alligator Snapping Turtle???

Distribution: Alligator Snapping turtles are found in the southeastern United States in riveres that flow into the Gulf of Mexico.

Related Species: There is one other snapping turtle found in the United States. This species is the Common Snapping Turtle. It is much smaller than the Alligator Snapping Turtle, its shell is smoother (there are less "spikes" on top), and it doesn't have the prey attracting worm-like tongue.

Life History:The female Alligator Snapping turtle lays one batch of eggs each year. She crawls out of the water (males never leave the water) and lay 25 to 30 eggs in a small hole that they excavate. Gestation time is 11 to 16 weeks. The sex of the turtle is determined by the temperature of incubation. Interestingly, most reptiles produce females at high egg temperatures, but both crocodilians and snapping turtles produce females when eggs are both cool and warm, and males when the temperature is intermediate (David Madge, D.Sc.).

Alligator Snapping turtles are already 2 to 3 inches when they hatch and look like the adults. It takes 11 to 13 years for alligator snapping turtles to reach sexual maturity. The average lifetime of an alligator snapping turtle is about 60 years, but researchers have found specimens that are 80 years old and some speculate they could reach 100 years.

Ecology: Alligator snapping turtles eat just about anything they can. Primarily they eat fish and invertebrates. They are sit and wait predators that ambush their prey. They lay on the muddy bottoms with their mouth open exposing a worm-like tongue that wiggles attrackting their prey. When the prey approaches they use their powerful jaws to

Interesting Facts: The Alligator Snapping Turtle is the largest freshwater turtle in the world. It has a specialized tounge adapted to attract potential prey. When they come to investigate the tounge (which resembles a worm), the turlte bites it in half.

Some Interesting Facts

DALMATIONS are the only breed of dog that gets gout (because they are the only mammals, other than humans, which produce uric acid).

SLUGS have four noses - well actually a pair of gills for breathing and a pair of rhinopores (chemosensory organs) used for smelling.

HONEYBEES have hairs on their eyes to help them collect pollen.

The left leg of a CHICKEN is more tender than the right one, which it uses most, therefore increasing muscle development.

The sperm of a MOUSE is longer than the sperm of an elephant.

Mice are highly promiscuous and need particularly large testes to keep up with demand.

More human deaths have been attributed to FLEAS than all the wars ever fought.

As carriers of the bubonic plague, fleas were responsible for killing onethird of the population of Europe in the 14th century.

A CAT uses its whiskers to determine if a space is too small to squeeze through.

The whiskers act as feelers or antennae, helping the animal to judge the precise width of any passage.

GOLDFISH lose their colour if kept in dim light. Much like humans getting a tan, they need sunlight to keep their pigment.

Certain Chinese and American ALLIGATORS can survive the winter by freezing their heads in ice, leaving their nose out to breath for months on end.

DOLPHINS sleep with one half of the brain at a time, and one eye closed.

When two DOGS approach each other, the dog which wags its tail very slowly - showing anger - is in charge.

Some LIONS can mate more than 50 times a day.

If you lift a KANGAROO'S tail off the ground it can't hop - they use their tails for balance.

For every person there are roughly 200 million INSECTS.

A CROCODILE cannot stick its tongue out, because it is attached to the bottom of its mouth.This is why they appear to gulp their food down.

CAMELS have three eyelids to protect themselves from blowing sand.

Many HAMSTERS blink only one eye at a time.

A FLAMINGO can eat only when its head is upside down. Its tongue pumps water through the sieve-like ridges that line its beak in order to trap microscopic algae.

A DOLPHIN'S hearing is so acute that it can pick up an underwater sound from 15 miles away.

BUTTERFLIES taste with their hind feet.

A SNAIL can sleep for three years if conditions are adverse (such as during a drought).

BEES have five eyes - three small ones on top of their head and two larger ones in front.

POLAR BEARS are the only mammal with hair on the soles of their feet.It helps them to get a good grip on icy surfaces, and also acts as a heat insulator.

Most ELEPHANTS weigh less than the tongue of a blue whale.

The only two animals that can see behind themselves without turning their head are the RABBIT and the PARROT.

PENGUINS can jump as high as 6ft in the air.

The last animal in the dictionary is the ZYZZYVA, a tropical weevil.

ELEPHANTS have been found swimming miles from shore in the Indian Ocean.

The leg bones of a BAT are so thin that they cannot walk.

GREAT WHITE SHARKS can go as long as three months without eating.

GOAT'S eyes have rectangular pupils, which enable them to watch over their broad, flat grazing area for predators.

KIWI BIRDS are blind and hunt by smell.

GIRAFFES have no vocal cords and communicate by vibrating the air around their necks.

A female OYSTER may produce 100 million young over her lifetime.

MOSQUITOES are attracted to the colour blue twice as much as to any other colour.

No two ZEBRAS have the same markings.

The longest recorded flight of a CHICKEN is 13 seconds.

A BEE must visit 4,000 flowers to make one tablespoon of honey.

By swallowing water, the PUFFER FISH becomes too big for other fish to swallow.

A full-grown BEAR can run as fast as a horse.

Female FLEAS drink 15 times their weight in blood every day.

When a GIRAFFE'S baby is born, it falls from a height of 6ft, usually without being hurt.

A DRAGONFLY can spot an insect moving 33ft away.

CAMEL milk does not curdle, because it has adapted to the desert heat.

POLAR BEARS can swim 60 miles without pausing for a rest.