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FUN FACT#1 Pumpkins are native to North America and are grown all around the world, except for Antarctica. FUN FACT#2 Most commercial pumpkins are grown by pollination from honeybees. FUN FACT#3 The United States grows around a billion and a half pounds of pumpkins each year. FUN FACT#4 Giant pumpkins can grow bigger than […]
FUN FACT#1 Butterflies have four wings that fly in a figure eight motion. FUN FACT#2 When a caterpillar turns into a butterfly it’s called the “metamorphosis” . FUN FACT#3 Butterflies have taste receptors on their feet. FUN FACT#4 Butterflies have long tube-like tongues called a “proboscis”, that can soak up nectar like a sponge. […]
FunFact#1 Watermelons originate from Africa. FunFact#2 In Australia, a species of watermelons are called “pig melons” and are considered to be an invasive plant. FunFact#3 Watermelons are made up of approximately 90% water. FunFact#4 China is the largest producer of watermelons in the world. FunFact#5 Watermelons are actually considered to be berries […]
FunFact#1 The apple tree is believed to be the first tree ever cultivated. FunFact#2 Apple trees originate from Asia and were brought to North America. [the_ad id=”836″] FunFact#3 Apple skin is protected by a layer of epicuticular wax. FunFact#4 Apples have more genomes than any other studied plant, they even more than […]
FUN FACT#1 One orange has more than 100% of your daily vitamin C requirement. FUN FACT#2 Oranges are not a wild fruit, they are a hybrid of pomelos and mandarins. FUN FACT#3 Oranges were first cultivated in Asia. FUN FACT#4 Oranges are one of the worlds most popular fruits. FUN FACT#5 Winter is […]
Recipes for Adventure GRANOLA DISCLAIMER: ALWAYS COOK UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF ADULTS. “We love to make this granola, its healthy, satisfying and tasty. It goes great with fruit, milk, yogurt, or even by itself. There are so many great granola variations but this recipe brings cashews, almonds, coconut, raisins and currents into […]
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