Which bird produces milk?

Which bird produces milk?

The pigeon is one of only three bird species (the others being flamingos and male emperor penguins) known to produce ‘milk’ to feed their young. In pigeons the milk starts to be produced in the crop of the parent birds two days before eggs hatch.

What height to reach terminal velocity?

A falling person will reach terminal velocity after about 12 seconds, falling some 450 m (about 1,500 ft) in that time. That person will not then fall any faster, so it makes no difference what distance they fall if it is more than 1,500 ft – they will still reach the ground at the same speed.

What are the most highlighted books on Kindle?

According to Amazon, the most highlighted books on Kindle are the Bible, the Steve Jobs biography, and The Hunger Games.

What year did the Epcot Center open?

Epcot is the second of four theme parks built at Walt Disney World in Bay Lake, Florida, near Orlando, Florida. It opened as EPCOT Center on October 1, 1982, and spans 300 acres (120 ha), more than twice the size of the Magic Kingdom park.

What culture is hummus from?

Hummus (Arabic: حُمُّص‎) is a Levantine food dip or spread made from cooked, mashed chickpeas blended with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice, salt and garlic. Today, it is popular throughout the Middle East (including Turkey), North Africa (including Morocco), and in Middle Eastern cuisine around the globe.

What do sumo wrestlers throw into the ring before a match?

For example, the wrestlers throw salt into the ring to purify it before they begin their match, as the dohyo is considered a sacred place. Sumo has a long history, and it has been called Japan’s national sport.

How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop?

Using a proprietary “licking machine,” a team of engineers at Purdue University determined that it takes exactly 364 licks to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop, not 3 like Mr. Owl says.

When was the chocolate chip invented?

Origin. Chocolate chips are a required ingredient in chocolate chip cookies, which were invented in 1937 when Ruth Graves Wakefield of the Toll House Inn in the town of Whitman, Massachusetts added cut-up chunks of a semi-sweet Nestlé chocolate bar to a cookie recipe.