What is the youngest driving age in the US?

What is the youngest driving age in the US?

In the vast majority of states, the minimum age for unsupervised driving is 16. The youngest legal drivers are in South Dakota at 14 years, 6 months. The oldest minimum age for driving is inNew Jersey at 17 years old.

How does a plant lose water?

Plants lose gallons of water every day through the process of transpiration, the evaporation of water from plants primarily through pores in their leaves. Up to 99% of the water absorbed by roots is lost via transpiration through plant leaves.

Which animal sleeps 22 hours a day?

The sleepiest animal in the world is the koala, who sleeps 22 hours a day. Next is the sloth (20 hours), armadillo and opossum (tied at 19 hours each), lemur (16 hours), then hamster and squirrel (tied at 14 hours each).

Who wrote the original jungle book?

The Jungle Book (1894) is a collection of stories by English author Rudyard Kipling. The stories were first published in magazines in 1893–94.

Who developed the first writing system?

The earliest writing systems evolved independently and at roughly the same time in Egypt and Mesopotamia, but current scholarship suggests that Mesopotamia’s writing appeared first. That writing system, invented by the Sumerians, emerged in Mesopotamia around 3500 BCE.

What was the most expensive comic book ever sold?

In 2014, a 9.0 CGC edition of Actions Comics #1, the issue that debuted Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster’s character Superman, sold for $3,207,852.

How did the word honeymoon originate?

Some believe that the honeymoon originated as an ancient Babylonian practice that involved drinking mead, a honey-based alcoholic drink, for a lunar month after a marriage. The first literary reference to the word honeymoon was in 1552 in Richard Huloet’s ‘Abecedarium Anglico Latinum’

When was the frontier closed?

A year after the Oklahoma Land Rush, the director of the U.S. Census Bureau announced that the frontier was closed. The 1890 census had shown that a frontier line, a point beyond which the population density was less than two persons per square mile, no longer existed.