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California Sea Lion
Why do sea lions go to Tupperware parties?
To find a tight seal!
Interesting Fact: When diving deep, California sea lions slow their heart rates to allow them to remain underwater for nearly ten minutes before surfacing to breathe. This ability gives them an edge in the pursuit of the fish, squid, and shellfish that make up their primary diet. ( http://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/c/california-sea-lion/ )
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How can you go without sleep for seven days and not be tired?
Sleep at night.
Interesting Fact: 3,015 acres (12.20 km ) of land surrounding the observatory was donated to the City of Los Angeles by Colonel 2 Griffith J. Griffith on December 16, 1896. In his will Griffith donated funds to build an observatory, exhibit hall, and  planetarium on the donated land. Griffith’s objective was to make astronomy accessible by the public, as opposed to the prevailing idea that observatories should be located on remote mountaintops and restricted to scientists. ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Griffith_Observatory#History )
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