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These famous pets (name 2) consume over $11 billion in pet food each year.
What are cats and dogs?
This animal can last longer without water than a camel.
What is a rat?
This is the only mammal that cannot jump.
What is an elephant?
This animal is 95% water.
What is a jellyfish?
Approximately this percentage of animals on earth have 6 legs.
What is 80?
While in Alcatraz, this famous prisoner was #85.
Who is Al Capone?
Astronaut Neil Armstrong first stepped on the moon with this foot.
What is left?
This former President’s picture is on both versions of the $2 bill.
Who is Thomas Jefferson?
This famous actress/entertainer had six toes on each foot.
Who is Marilyn Monroe?
The following famous actresses have appeared on this Emmy-winning children’s show: Julia Roberts, Rosie O’Donnell, Sally Field, and Faith Hill.
What is “Sesame Street”?
The famous sign at this place originally read “Hollywoodland” and was lit by 4,000 lights.
What is Hollywood?
Windmills the world over rotate counter-clockwise except in this country where they rotate clockwise.
What is Ireland?
Twice the size of the Merchandise Mart in Chicago, this Washington, D.C. building has three times the floor space of the Empire State Building in New York.
What is the Pentagon?
This country has, on an average, 1000 noticeable earthquakes every year.
What is Japan?
This is the world’s longest river.
What is the Nile?
The average person swallows 8 of these every year.
What are spiders?
Every year this percentage of families change their place of residence.
What is 20?
Approximately 200,000 car accidents occur each year due to the driver doing this while driving.
What is sleeping?
Tropical rainforests cover approximately this percentage of Earth’s land area. (between 1 and 10)
What is 7?
The number of these on planet Earth are increasing 3 times faster than the population growth.
What are cars?
This letter is the oldest of the alphabet.
What is “o”?
This famous amusement park covers more than 30,000 acres, making it twice the size of Manhattan.
What is Disney World?
There are 119 grooves on the edge of this coin.
What is a quarter?
There are about 3,000 of this type of food vendor in New York City.
What is hot dog?
This popular Christmas song was originally written for Thanksgiving.
What is “Jingle Bells”?
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