Women have a better sense of smell than men.
Yay, we managed to get tickets to see Jessie J when she comes to |The Quarry in Shrewsbury on July 6th !!!!!
All of the initial 10,000 tickets sold out in joust over two days – so the organisers arranged another 1,000 – and the’ve all sold as well.
If you’re coming too, leave me a message on here – yay !!!!
In the meantime, here’s a few Jessie J videos to get you in the mood …
Waiting for the other half of my paper round again bored and I got to be out today hurry up!
This is the park near my house it is quite rubbish but now there is new stuff.
So I’m happy! 🙂
I think I need the bit!
I was just doing my paper round when the pedal came of. I had realised it was wobbly but I didn’t know it would come of. When it did there was only 1 other person about that just stared at me. My dad had to come get me again I love having him on the other side of the phone. (Not the 1st time he has come to the rescue!)
Butterflies taste with their feet. A butterfly’s sense of taste is coordinated by chemoreceptors on their tarsi (lowest part of leg) and works only on contact. It is used to determine whether an egg-laying insect’s offspring will be able to feed on a leaf before eggs are laid on it.
There’s no such animal as a Panther (Pink or otherwise !)
Most jaguars have tawny-coloured fur with black rosettes, but some have black-on-black, or melanistic, coloration. Usually jaguars that are found in darker rain forest areas are black. So, are they black panthers? No, there is no such animal! “Panther” is just an old general term that comes from the Panthera animal grouping name and is sometimes used to describe leopards, jaguars, and pumas.
There are actually only four big cats in the biological grouping called Panthera: jaguars, lions, tigers, and leopards. These are the only big cats that can roar. They roar to scare off other animals and defend their territory.