A July 2014 MSN article noted that Kansas has the highest average number of recorded F3 to F5 tornadoes each year, at 3.1. The Weather Channel ranked Florida as the "top tornado state" in March 2012 because of its average of 12.3 annual tornadoes per 10,000 miles of territory.
Arkansas is the state with the second-highest annual average of F3 to F5 tornadoes, according to MSN. Other states that average between one and three F3 to F5 tornadoes per year, in order of average number of occurrences, are Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Mississippi, Iowa, Minnesota, Alabama, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky and South Dakota.Learn More
The state of California does not prohibit trout fishing during a particular time of the year throughout the state. However, certain districts within the state place general restrictions on trout fishing, such as requiring steelhead trout to be released unharmed.Full Answer >
Eastern collared lizards are a colorful species found between Kansas, northern Mexico and Missouri. They are popular in the pet trade and are often bred in captivity.Full Answer >
Major landforms in Kansas include the Ozark Plateau, Cherokee Lowlands, Osage Cuestas, Flint Hills and Glaciated Region. Kansas is a state in the midwest region of the United States.Full Answer >
In order to be emancipated in Kansas, a minor must be at least 16 years old and a resident of his county for one year. He must then petition his case in open court, and the district determines if he is capable of conducting his own affairs. A minor may be considered automatically emancipated if he gets married or joins the armed forces.Full Answer >