Where are the ears on a cricket?

Where are the ears on a cricket?

A cricket’s ears are on its front legs, just below the knees and they have four acoustic inputs. The openings in the crickets exoskeleton that act as ears, lead into chambers inside the legs, which connect to either side of the cricket, allowing sound to pass completely through the cricket.

How many steps does it take to walk 1 mile?

Generally speaking you can count on 2,000 steps will equal one mile. But, depending upon your length of stride it might take 2,500 steps to equal 1 mile. 9 holes of golf (no cart but walking) equals about 8,000 steps. Most people will get about 1,200 steps in about 10 minutes.

William Marston invented the polygraph, what else is he famous for?

William Marston engineered one of the earliest forms of the polygraph in the early 1900’s. Later he went on to create the comic strip Wonder Woman, a story about a displaced Amazon princess who forces anyone caught in her magic lasso to tell the truth

How long are cats considered kittens?

The average kitten reaches sexual maturity around seven months of age. Many consider a cat to reach full “adulthood” around one year of age, and products labeled “kitten” are generally intended to be used for the feline’s first year.

How long have sharks been in the ocean?

Sharks have swum in the oceans for almost 450 million years. But longevity is only part of the story. That extra few million years of evolution have enabled many shark species to develop some extraordinary abilities as perfect predators.

Which state is referred to as the Treasure State?

For more than a half century Montana would be known as the Treasure State because of its status as the country’s foremost producer of metallic treasure–gold, silver, and, most importantly, copper. The enticing Treasure State nickname had stiff competition, however.

Is it legal to charge for tap water?

It seems like a sensible provision, but business is business and the law does not prevent charging for the use of a glass or for service. It doesn’t extend to filtered tap water. They can charge for that. But if they serve alcohol, they have to provide free drinking water, whether it’s filtered or unfiltered.

Where did the new york jets get their name?

New York Jets (1960-Present) Nickname: Named in 1963 after the Jets that flew overhead at Shea Stadium, their home starting in 1964 from nearby LaGuardia Airport. It also gave them a name that rhymed with Mets, who they shared Shea Stadium with at the time.