Rats can jump a horizontal distance of nearly 4 feet and can jump vertically from a flat surface almost 3 feet. They can fall from a height of almost 40 feet without sustaining any serious injuries.Know More
Rats can easily climb up pipes and across wires that are either vertical or horizontal. They can even swim against the current in a sewer line.
The Norway rat is found in North America and on many other continents. Other names associated with this rat type are brown or water rat. These rats can reach a length of up to 18 inches and can weigh between 7 to 18 ounces.
Rats can spread many diseases through fecal droppings, bites and fleas. Among the different diseases associated with rats are bubonic plague, taxoplasmosis and leptospirosis.Learn more about Zoology
Fleas are able to jump to a distance of about 4 inches. This distance does not seem all that long to humans or most other animals. However, that distance is actually about 100 times the flea's height.Full Answer >
Kangaroos cannot jump backwards. The kangaroo's feet and its muscular tail, which can be between 35 and 43 inches long, prevent them from jumping backwards.Full Answer >
To squat correctly, stand with your legs about 3 feet apart. Slide your hips back first, then bend your knees until both knees line up with the tips of your toes.Full Answer >
Depending on the Bayliner boat model, the length ranges from 20 to 22 feet, the beam averages 8 feet, the draft runs 2 to 3 feet and the weight between 3,000 and 4,000 pounds. Fuel tanks vary between 37 and 55 gallons, while speeds can top 50 miles per hour.Full Answer >