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By Niki Catlow, Matthew Morgan, Samantha Borges

Do you know... to exploit a cow?
...the signs of a venomous spider's bite?
...where to discover the quickest rollercoasters?
You won't locate such an eclectic selection of attention-grabbing evidence at any place else. no matter if you must understand how to overcome an alligator in a struggle, how you can converse in mystery code, which bugs are fit to be eaten, or what the heck scolionophobia capacity, this can be the publication for readers either old and young.

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22–Jan. 20 Jan. 21–Feb. 19 Feb. 20 –March 20 LIBRA–balanced and helpful, but can be indecisive. SCORPIO–determined and fearless, but can be spiteful. SAGITTARIUS–optimistic and energetic, but can be impulsive. CAPRICORN–loyal and humorous, but can be oversensitive. AQUARIUS–inquisitive and precise, but can be stubborn. PISCES–imaginative and agreeable, but can over-exaggerate. Necrophobia MAKING FIRE Twirling a dry twig through a hole in a plank of wood or in a tree trunk will produce enough heat to set fire to dry moss.

1968 Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey open a clown college. 1974 Philippe Petit walks a tightrope strung between the World Trade Center’s twin towers, 1,350 ft. (411 m) high. 1984 Cirque du Soleil is founded by Guy Laliberte. 52 Children’s Miscellany CIRCUS PERFORMERS Trapeze artist • Tightrope walker • Fire eater • Stilt walker Clown • Unicyclist • Acrobat • Ringmaster • Animal trainer ALL-TIME BEST-SELLING BOOKS 1. The Bible 6 billion-plus 2. Quotations from Chairman Mao Tse-Tung 900 million-plus 3.

42 Children’s Miscellany LUDICROUS LAWS IN GREECE If you are poorly dressed when driving on the public roads of Athens, your license may be taken away. IN SWEDEN It is illegal for parents to insult their children. IN CHINA It is against the law to save a drowning person, as such an act would interfere with his or her fate. , a man or boy cannot relieve himself standing up. IN FRANCE It is illegal for anyone to park or land a flying saucer in a vineyard. IN SAUDI ARABIA It is illegal for women to drive cars.

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