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Natalie's Research are a series of memos written by Natalie. They can be earned via the Gotcha Box.

List of Memos[]

  • I discovered an amazing fact today. The North and South Poles have different altitudes, and the South Pole appears to be colder.
  • The Great Pyramid of Egypt is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. We now know advanced mathematics and astronomy was used to build it.
  • The Lighthouse of Alexandria was one of the Seven Wonders of the World. It was 120 meters high.
  • With a big enough magnet, it seems you can attract a 50 pound note.
  • Like humans, it seems dolphins breath with their lungs, which is why they can drown.
  • It seems cows have four stomachs and use them to digest grass over and over again.
  • It seems that the surface of Mars is red due to rusted iron, spread out on the surface.
  • The red snow sometimes seen falling in Paris turns red it seems, from mixing with the soil.
  • It seems that there are several dialects among crows, making it hard for crows born in different regions to communicate.
  • Bamboo flowers only blossom once, anywhere from several decades to several centuries. What a rare event.
  • According to a study, in central Asia there are horses that sweat blood due to parasites.
  • Out of all insects, cockroaches seem to be the most intelligent. Somehow this doesn't surprise me.
  • It seems that only 10% of the many species of spiders can actually spin webs.
  • It seems that Lignum-vitae trees are much heavier than regular trees and actually sink in water.
  • The Colossus of Rhodes is one of the Seven Wonders of the World.  It apparently stood for about 50 years.
  • I've found out that red bean bread was first made in Japan during 7th year of the Meiji era.
  • Elephant seal intestines can be stretched out up to 500 meters in length.  If that is your bag…
  • Giving lightly salted water to a weakened goldfish is often helpful.
  • It seems that the actual meaning of the "O" in blood type is "zero" for "no reaction."
  • It seems foods that keep your stomach feeling full do so because they are hard to digest.
  • The Hanging Gardens of Babylon is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Its seven-level terrace holds many beautiful flowers.
  • The largest known iceberg was twice as big as Ireland!
  • Because turkeys have a habit of looking upwards with their mouths open when it rains, it seems that they can die from drowning..
  • It seems that when hippos sweat while sunbathing, their sweat reacts with the air and turns into a red, blood-like colour.
  • It seems that steak was originally a word for roasted deer meat.
  • Hmm, I've found that watermelons have a higher water content than milk.
  • A metre is the distance light travels in a vacuum over one 299,792,458th of a second.
  • I've found out that other than humans, apes are the only animals that can recognise colour.
  • The huge Mausoleum at Halicarnassus is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Apparently, it is the grave of an ancient king.
  • Within lettuce there seems to be an ingredient called 'lactuca sativa' that makes you sleepy.
  • White butter is produced when cows eat dry grass. When cows eat green grass, a carotene colour is added which produces a yellow butter.
  • When you are having trouble sleeping, instead of counting sheep, it is apparently more effective to imagine a beautiful view.
  • Apparently, paper is inserted into crabmeat tins to prevent glass particles forming. This comes from extended contact between the meat ad the tin.
  • Because gum dissolves easily in oil, if you eat it with chocolate it will dissolve in your mouth.
  • When golf was first played, the golf balls were apparently made from wood.
  • It appears that the tail of an electric eel acts as a negative electrode, and the head as a positive electrode. They have a total power of 800 volts.
  • There is an interesting crab called the "slippery bean-jelly crab". Interesting... but poisonous.
  • Because kiwi fruit is a type of silvervine, apparently cats are attracted to it's trunk and leaves.
  • To this day, it seems that the Earth has had over 170 pole shifts.
  • It seems that flying fish can jump up to 300 metres out of the water.
  • It seems that horses are structured in a way that allows them to breathe using only their nose.
  • As long as it is still, water won't freeze at a temperature of Minus 3 degrees celsius. However it will quickly freeze if it is moved.
  • Even though temperatures are very low at ski resorts, the increased ultraviolet waves kill many viruses and you have a much lower chance of catching a cold.
  • I've discovered that male seahorses give birth!
  • It seems the blades on the first pair of scissors were actually facing outwards. Doh!