With thanks to Care2
Did you know these? I only knew a couple of them. Live and learn, eh?
From lobsters’ love lives to the eating habits of bats, cats and rats, prepare to have your mind blown.
1. If you chop earthworms in half, both halves live.
Although it might not look like it, earthworms do have a head and a tail. If you chop it in half, the part with the head and all of its vital organs will survive and most likely regenerate its tail but the original tail, without its organs, dies.
2. Cows lay down if it‘s going to rain.
Who didn’t hear this one on a road trip growing up? If a cow is laying down, it means rain is coming. Unfortunately whatever adult fed the kids this piece of information was wrong, though. Dr. Jamison Allen, a livestock researcher that investigated when…
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