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Penguins Facts and Information | Mocomi Kids

Penguins Facts and Information | Mocomi Kids presents: Penguins – Fun Facts

Penguins are found mostly in the Southern hemisphere, especially in Antartica. Other places where you can find them are New Zealand, Southern Australia, South Africa and South America.

Penguins spend half their lives on land and the other half in water. So their wings have evolved in flippers. When penguins swim, the movement looks like birds flying. Penguins often surf through the waves to land.

Penguins have light coloured tummies and dark backs for camouflage. Their white tummies keep them safe from predators in the water. The black backs of penguins helps them hide when they are swimming in dark water.

Penguins look chubby because they have fat to keep them warm and give energy when food is tough to get. Penguins eat fish and krill, which are small crustaceans.

The father penguin sits on the egg while the mom goes to sea to feed on fish. Baby penguins are called chicks.

When the parents go fishing, the chicks stay together in a group. This helps them stay warm.

Penguins like to dive off cliffs in the water. Then they climb up the cliff and dive again. Lines for good diving spots can get really long. Penguins mostly dive between 300 to 500 feet.

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Funny Facts About Water

Funny Facts About Water

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Importance of Water |Javeria Mehmood Dietitian Nutritionist | Facts and Consumption ‘Role of Water¿

Importance of Water |Javeria Mehmood Dietitian Nutritionist | Facts and Consumption ‘Role of Water¿


Water is one of the most important substance required to live on Earth

Our Mother Earth will not exist without water

Water is used in day to day life for many purposes other than drinking

Without water, we human beings will die

Water is required for all living things in the world…



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Water Facts, New Juice, Summer plans! [6/2/17]

Water Facts, New Juice, Summer plans! [6/2/17]

So yes, I didn’t explain everything in detail but I have officially set goals and made plans for my summer! Mostly personally goals to recover from these last several months of bad habits and extreme depression. I made it a goal of mine to hike through at least 4 or 5 trials in Minnesota this summer and in the process return to a person I miss dearly. Myself. I have spent the last several months dabbing back into bad habits and drowning in my depression. Too a point I needed the time to be sad and process things but I think 2 months of crying, missing, being unmotivated and depressed is enough. Personally I am just gonna focus my summer on getting back to my old self. I miss my own happiness, my own positivity, and so I have made it a goal for myself to work and focus all my spare time on getting back too that place in my life where I am happy and content with myself and my life. Enjoying hiking and nature more, seeing friends, making new ones. Getting out there and just enjoying life. I expect hard days, they are too be expected. But I know more and more if I focus and stay motivated I will reach my goal. I just want to live again.…

Haunting Titanic Facts

Haunting Titanic Facts

From people surviving the impossible to passengers who weren’t so fortunate, here are 27 Haunting Titanic Facts.

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18. Titanic from bow to stern was 882 feet and nine inches long. That is over two and a half football fields in length.

17. First class passengers on the Titanic had unfathomable amenities for the period for a cruise ship. They had access to a Persian café, heated swimming pool, gymnasium, library, barbershop, and a kennel for their pets. They were placed on the center of the ship were the ships vibrations and rolls were at the lowest.

16. Halomonas titanicae is a type of bacteria that is a gram-negative species and was discovered from the wreckage of the RMS Titanic. The bacteria may bring about the total deterioration of the Titanic by 2030. One positive factor about the bacteria is that it could be used to accelerate the decomposition of other shipwrecks that litter the ocean floor.

15. A passenger by the name of Mr. Ramon Artagaveytia survived a fire and sinking onboard of a ship called America in 1871. Ramon escaped by jumping into the water and swimming to shore, but it left many passengers badly burned, and some lost their lives. The whole ordeal left Ramon deeply and emotionally scarred. He felt that he would face his fears by sailing on the “unsinkable” ship Titanic. Sadly, Ramon sank with the Titanic that night.

14. Once the Titanic struck the iceberg, it took an hour for the first lifeboat to be released. This fact is frightening considering the number of passengers and it only took a little over two and a half hours to completely sink.

13. The ocean waters the night the Titanic sank was estimated to be about 28 degrees Fahrenheit. This temperature is two degrees below freezing and was lethally cold for the passengers that were stranded.

12. Strangely Titanic was not sailing in an unknown path however Titanic’s remains were lost for seventy-three years until September 1, 1985. The ship was found by scientists after years of searching 12,500 feet deep in the ocean near the coast of Newfoundland.

11. The sinking of the RMS Titanic was one of the biggest stories in the last century. Of course, this was before the internet and online media when journalists would scramble to report and make sense of news reports. The World newspaper was extremely optimistic when they reported that no lives were lost in the Titanic’s sinking.

10. First class passengers had access to a Turkish bath which was located on the starboard side of the ship. The baths were strictly for first class only. There were 700 third class passengers that had to share two bathtubs amongst them.

9. The morning after, the ocean around where the Titanic sank looked like a graveyard. As far as rescuers could see wreckage bobbed in the waves. Amongst the swells, you could see white specks that appeared to be flocks of seagulls but in actuality, it was lifebelts of dead passengers and crew members. Over 1,500 people died on the Titanic, and only 306 bodies were recovered.

8. The engineers stayed behind to attempt to keep the power on so that everyone else could escape. Every one of them died on the Titanic.

7. Jack Phillips and Harold Bride were the ships operators, and they were warned of drifting ice in the area of the Atlantic. Phillips and Bride were told six times of the oncoming trouble. Fatally they turned off the devices before retiring for the evening.

6. “Women and children” were allowed to board the lifeboats on the Titanic before the men. The percentage of men that survived was 20 percent, women were at 74, and children were at 52.

5. Masabumi Hosono was the only Japanese traveler and survivor on the Titanic. When Hosono returned to Japan, he found himself shamed and ostracized from the public for not going down with the ship.

4. This photograph is the last known picture that was taken of the RMS Titanic before it sank to the bottom of the ocean floor. It was taken on her maiden voyage from Ireland to New York on April 12th, 1912.

3. The 1997 film Titanic had a budget of 200 million dollars which more than what the cost was to build the Titanic itself.

2. The Titanic departed with 5892 tons of coal and used 825 per day during its journey.

1. If the crew …



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Water Facts

Water Facts

Water Scarcity- the problem haunting us today. Many of us though do not realize the magnitude of the problem.
Through this video, I show it to my viewers. Also, get to know some water facts along the way.
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5 Unknown Facts About UNDINES – Water Elementals | Faery Folklore

5 Unknown Facts About UNDINES – Water Elementals | Faery Folklore

Facts About Undines – The Water Elementals
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‘CHERRY Pick FACTS’: Cuomo DEMOLISH Trump Water Carrier over GOP Memo Hypocrisy

‘CHERRY Pick FACTS’: Cuomo DEMOLISH Trump Water Carrier over GOP Memo Hypocrisy

CNN’s Chris Cuomo had no patience for GOP’s lies, hypocrisy, and disinformation surround a controversial Memo that Trump FBI and DOJ call reckless and bad. GOP Congressman Peter King show up to defend the GOP’s decision to release the memo and he gets hammered.…

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