How many vertebrae are in the neck?

How many vertebrae are in the neck?

Cervical vertebrae are those in the neck area. With the exception of the two sloth genera (Choloepus and Bradypus) and the manatee genus, (Trichechus), all mammals have seven cervical vertebrae.

How much saliva does a person produce in their life time (in gallons)?

The average person produces 10,000 gallons of saliva in their life.

Can tonsils grow back after being removed?

During a tonsillectomy, most of the tonsils are removed. However, some tissue often remains, so tonsils can occasionally regenerate — although they probably won’t grow back completely or to their original size. If you’re worried that your daughter’s tonsils are growing back, talk to your doctor.

What was the last country to be discovered?

New Zealand was the last country in the world to be discovered and settled by humankind. The last habitable landmass of any size to remain unpeopled. It is the last country on earth to have been inhabited permanently by humans.

What Kind of Plant is a Tumbleweed?

Salsola tragus (currently not valid synonym Kali tragus) is the so-called “Russian thistle”. It is an annual plant that breaks off at the stem base when it dies, and forms a tumbleweed, dispersing its seeds as the wind rolls it along.

Who put the flag on the moon?

Apollo 11 blasted off on July 16, 1969. Neil Armstrong, Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin and Michael Collins were the astronauts on Apollo 11. Four days later, Armstrong and Aldrin landed on the moon. They landed on the moon in the Lunar Module.

When were the pyramids of Giza built?

All three of Giza’s famed pyramids and their elaborate burial complexes were built during a frenetic period of construction, from roughly 2550 to 2490 B.C. The pyramids were built by Pharaohs Khufu (tallest), Khafre (background), and Menkaure (front).

Which bird is the fastest swimmer?

In flight, the fastest bird is the spine-tailed swift of Siberia which can reach speeds in excess of 100 miles per hour, but the fastest bird in the water is the Gentoo penguin, which swims at about 22 mph. (Watch this video of a Gentoo swimming madly to avoid a pod of hungry orcas.)