The spirt bear also known as the kermode bear is a rare subspecies of the American black bear living in British Columbia, Canada . Spirit bears are able to birth white and black bears, which adds to their uniqueness. Kermode or spirit bears are not polar bears and while most spirit bears are black, there are between 100 and 500 fully white individuals. A very cool science OMG!
Here is a fun OMG kids. Did you know that a crocodile cannot stick its tongue out? We personally have never been that close to a crocodile to see, but it is very interesting to learn about. Keep returning to keep learning about cool stuff that we find!
Hey dill kids! Did you know that just like humans dogs have a way to be identified by prints? Instead of fingerprints, dogs have a unique nose print that identifies them. Pretty cool hunh? So next time if your buddy runs off, they can also be identified and located by their nose.
This is an OMG interesting fact! Did you know that elephants cannot jump? Because of their large hefty built and weak leg muscles and inflexible knees, they are not able to jump. Elephants are also not able to go over 15 mph when they run.
This amazing find has us in amazement. In Australia, there is a pink colored lake called Lake Hillier. Lake Hillier is a pink lake on Middle Island, the largest of the islands that make up the Recherche Archipelago. Some believe that Lake Hillier’s color, is the result of high salinity combined with a salt-loving algae species known as Dunaliella Salina and pink bacteria known as halobacteria. Those who swim the lake say that it is safe and fun.
Hey there dill kids! Did you know honey nevvveeerrr gets old. You can store honey for years, OMG! let’s say thousands of years!! Ok we may not be around that long, but I think you get the point that honey does not expire like other foods. The oldest jar of honey ever found is believed to be 5,500 years old. WOW! How can this be you say? Well, honey is low in moisture, and the sugars in honey are hygroscopic, which means that they take in moisture from the air. When the heated and strained honey is sealed properly, moisture cannot be absorbed, and the honey stays the same forever.
Here is an OMG for you! Did you know kangaroos cannot walk backwards? Kangaroos can jump we all know that, however they cannot walk backwards. In fact, it is almost impossible for them to walk forwards because of their long feet. When they jump, it is called saltatory locomotion and this is how kangaroos move. Kangaroos can also move quickly from side to side with awesome agility, but they cannotjump nor walk backward because of their thick, muscular tail.
We hope you enjoyed this amazing fact! Knowledge is power and fun!
Dill Facts: Blue flamingos have been located in the Galapagos Islands on January 23rd, 2012. Blue flamingos have bright blue feathers, yellow eyes and short bodies and have been named “South American Blue Flamingo”. Only thirteen South American Blue Flamingos are known to be existent across the world!
Usually we have a little article to write about the amazing find that we share! But for the first time, ever the Dill Team is lost for words! OMG HOW CAN THAT BE!!!! There are a lot of wonders that we can imagine with this find.
A dill wow! Now this is an OMG how can that be for real! Did you know that China owns all the Pandas in the world except for two, which are located in Mexico. Even if the pandas in Mexico birth baby pandas, those babies must be sent to china and China will own those too. If a zoo or animal facility wants to rent a Panda, China will lease or rent a panda out for $1million to $2 million dollars. Now that is aaalooooot of money. I think Pookie will just visit the zoo. Share this OMG fact!
An unbelievable sight kids! Red cabs everywhere!! Imagine seeing thousands of crabs once stepping out your door. Learn about these Christmas crabs, where they originated and how there name came about. Click on the link and remember to click the back button to return to our DillPG site for more fun OMG’s!
We came across this great fascination! Pink Dolphins! Take a peek and click on the link to read more facts. Remember to click the back button to return back to our awesome Dill Site for more OMG’s. Photo by Flickr.