Why Is The Penis Shaped Like That? (EXCERPT)
Excerpted from "WHY IS THE PENIS SHAPED LIKE THAT? …And Other Reflections on Being Human" by Jesse Bering ... a woman’s cervical mucus for up to several days, if she has more than one male sexual partner over this period of time, say within forty ...
Geese and other waterfowl ... hunts that lasted more than 12 seconds were by sub-adult bears. Having less weight to shift, they may be able to run for longer before the energy balance tilts against them. Second, all but one of the chases the team saw ...
A bird's eye view: Cameraman captures incredible footage flying alongside a flock of geese as it heads north to the Arctic
Frenchman Christian Moullec joined the barnacle geese to film the migration of the massive birds as they swept across Britain towards the Arctic. Viewers can see the incredible pictures on BBC One’s groundbreaking avian documentary Earthflight ...
Snow days rewarded goose hunters in northwest Oregon; massive fall chinook salmon run predicted
Often, but certainly not always, a V-shape is formed as birds position ... Use this to impress everyone at the next cocktail party. When geese do fly in a V, why is one leg of the V sometimes longer than the other? (Answer: Because it has more birds.)
Why elders are honoured, respected
In deep reflection he asked me, "When geese fly ... respected. After all, who among us can't benefit from a little wisdom each day? Speaking of which, now that you've patiently waited, as I did, to hear why one side of the flying 'V' is longer than the ...