A spider's silk is stronger than steel
1.Bald eagles lay from one to three eggs.
2.A fear of toads is known as Bufonophobia.
3.A spider's silk is stronger than steel.
4.According to Newsweek, 14 percent of all pre-school children think George Washington is still sitting in the oval office.
5.The koala's scientific name is Phasclarctos cinereus.
6.SONY was originally called 'Totsuken'.
7.Pocahontas appeared on the back of the $20 bill in 1875.
8.The little bags of netting for gas lanterns (called 'mantles') are radioactive...so much so that they will set of an alarm at a nuclear reactor.
9.When pitched, the average Major League baseball rotates 15 times before being hit.
10.It takes 17 muscles to smile, 43 to frown.