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50 Facts About Jackalopes
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89. The United States government has decided to feature the jackalope on a 7 dollar bill if it ever issues one.
90. Jackalopes can retract their teeth the same way cats can retract their claws.
91. Most avalanches are caused by jackalopes jumping from mountain to mountain.
92. Jackalopes are spotted much more often by children than by adults.
93. People wearing an article of blue clothing are twice as likely to spot a jackalope than people who are not wearing any blue clothing.
94. Children wearing blue underwear are 13 times more likely to spot a jackalope than adults wearing white underwear.
95. Jackalopes never engage in physical fights amongst themselves.
96. Jackalopes compete in intense blinking contests to establish dominance within a flaggerdoot.
97. Female jackalopes usually blink faster than male jackalopes, which explains why so many flaggerdoots are led by female jackalopes.
98. Jackalopes do not transmit any diseases to humans or other animals.
99. There has never been a documented attack on a human by a jackalope.
100. Biologists are still trying to determine why jackalopes are immune to rabies.
101. Jackalopes identify each other using their sense of smell.
102. Large flaggerdoots can sing and dance to end droughts.
103. Some people mistakenly think that jackalopes are extinct because no ancient, giant jackalopes have been seen for many years.
104. Scientists who study jackalopes are called jackalopologists.
105. People who are very interested in jackalopes are called jackalopeters.
106. People who have big, bold dreams are said to “run with the jackalopes.”
107. Jackalope droppings have an extremely high copper content.
108. Most American pennies are made from recycled jackalope droppings.
109. Old-time prospectors made up stories featuring fierce jackalopes to discourage other prospectors from looking for gold in certain areas.
110. For many years ranchers have used extremely exaggerated, scary stories about jackalopes to discourage trespassers.
111. Pecos Bill always kept a small jackalope statue in his cabin.
112. Paul Bunyan offered a very generous reward to any lumberjack who could catch a jackalope.
113. Wyatt Earp had a jackalope tattoo on his right arm.
114. Several United States Army units use the jackalope as their secret mascot.
115. The resting heart rate of a jackalope is 1 beat every five minutes.
116. The heart rate of a running jackalope is 400 beats per minute.
117. Jackalopes have been seen bathing in the geyser basins at Yellowstone National Park.
118. People abducted by aliens report that the aliens have an intense curiosity about jackalopes.
119. Many members of the Lewis and Clark Expedition reported that they almost heard a jackalope.
120. President Abraham Lincoln may have wanted the jackalope as the United States national animal.
121. Many scientists now believe that jackalopes are not a cross between jackrabbits and antelopes because jackalope antlers resemble deer antlers, not antelope horns.
122. You can cut diamonds with Jackalope teeth.
123. Bruce Larkin is often referred to as “the father of jackalope research.”
124. Jackalopes often wiggle their ears when they’re happy, similar to how a dog wags its tail when it’s happy.
125. Jackalope scat can range in appearance from very fine sand to coarse gravel.
126. A male jackalope is called a jackyak.
127. A female jackalope is called a jenka.
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