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Date:8/28/2014 8:59:38 AM
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Hi Alex
that sounds like a very cool day for your parronts,at the horse track, for the crystal signing. sounds like they really enjoyed it. mom says she sure would have.

i hope you remember when the snake tried to come through the window to eat me (see picture in my photo gallery) well i found out this interesting fact about snakes.

Just about everybody on this planet seems to believe that snakes can unhinge their top and bottom jaws—this is not true. The remarkable thing about the snake jaw is that the two halves of the lower jaw are not connected at the front. This allows them to swing away from one another and to work independently to pull food into the muscular throat.

Besides their wide-opening jaws, snakes have a hard-cased skull in order to prevent brain damage from large thrashing animals clasped in their jaws. And perhaps most importantly, considering how long it takes to swallow a huge, mouth-filling living thing, they are able to shunt their respiratory tube to the side so they can still breathe, even with a chicken egg lodged in their throat.

Just one more example of how creatures have evolved abilities that let them thrive in the wild…

love Boo Boo
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