In New Zealand, snakes of any kind are illegal.
Aristotle defined space by the things inside it according to his theories, if one were to remove the things then the space would no longer exist.
The word unfriend first appeared in print in 1659.
The Norwegian Armed Forces have unisex dormitories, ‘meatless Mondays’, and allow male soldiers to sport ponytails.
A male rhinoceros beetle can lift 850 times its own body weight.
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“In New Zealand, snakes of any kind are illegal.”
Looks like they learned a lesson from Australia’s imported rabbit problem.
“…if one were to remove the things then the space would no longer exist.”
But where would we put them –?
Someone told me that on Guam island non-native snakes destroyed the whole population of native birds. People tried to bring mongooses to eat the snakes. But mongooses chose to eat the bird’s eggs instead of the snakes.
I like Aristotle’s definition of space. Doesn’t the modern physics claim that there is no space-time without matter?
Indeed, and because of that imbalance, what with insects no longer being eaten by birds on Guam, spiders have filled that niche and grown to enormous sizes. (No need to post pictures about that fact, by the way.)
I infer that we share a distaste for spiders.
I never had one ;)
A distaste? Or a spider? ;)