Can a pig look up?

Can a pig look up?

Pigs have very short necks so they find it very had to look up at the sky. Remember they also have their eyes at the side of their heads. So now, quick experiment: Scrunch you head down to your shoulders, making your neck as short as possible.

What is the Hundred Schools of Thought?

The Hundred Schools of Thought were philosophers and schools that flourished from the 6th century to 221 BC, during the Spring and Autumn period and the Warring States period of ancient China.

When did Ireland become divided?

The Anglo-Irish Treaty of 1921 divided Ireland into two regions, the Irish Free State, given Commonwealth status and Northern Ireland which stayed part of the UK. Fiona Allison. The Anglo-Irish Treaty brought little peace to Ireland after its implementation: the Irish Free State plunged into civil war.

What hair color has the most hair?

Redheads Have Fewer Hairs. Blondes are lucky; on average they have the largest number of hairs on their head. While blonde women have an average of 150,000 hairs, the average redhead counts only 90,000 hairs on her head. On average, women with brown or black hair count about 110,000 or 100,000 hairs, respectively.

How much was a ticket to Woodstock?

Tickets bought before the concert were $18 for all three days, at the gate they were $24. So the correct answer could be $6 or $8 per day.

Who plays Hansel in Zoolander?

The dim-witted but good-natured Derek Zoolander (Ben Stiller) is ousted as the top male fashion model by the rising star, Hansel McDonald (Owen Wilson), and his reputation is further tarnished by a critical article from journalist Matilda Jeffries (Christine Taylor).

What does the G on the Green Bay Packers helmet stand for?

While everyone assumes the “G” stands for “Green Bay,” the oval logo actually stands for “Greatness.” The Packers hold a trademark on the logo which was created by equipment manager George Braisher back in 1961.

Is blue eyes a mutation?

New research shows that people with blue eyes have a single, common ancestor. A team at the University of Copenhagen have tracked down a genetic mutation which took place 6-10,000 years ago and is the cause of the eye colour of all blue-eyed humans alive on the planet today.