Web Results

Leap year - Wikipedia


A leap year is a year containing one additional day added to keep the calendar year synchronized with the astronomical or seasonal year. Because seasons ...

Bizarre Leap Year Facts About February 29 | Reader's Digest


Feb 29, 2016 ... From why we have leap years to the best ways to celebrate February 29, here are surprising facts about leap day.

Leap Year Nearly Every four years - Timeanddate.com


Feb 29, 2016 ... Is 2016 a leap year? A leap year has 366 days, as opposed to a common year, which has 365. We add a leap day – February 29 – nearly every ...

Top 20 craziest facts about leap years - Telegraph


Feb 29, 2012 ... Everyone knows why we have leap years - to keep our calenders in sync, stupid - but here are some crazy facts about February 29 that won't ...

16 leap year facts for 2016, from fines for unwilling grooms to ... - Mirror


Jan 1, 2016 ... This year is a leap year, with 366 days instead of 365. But do you know many of us will work a day for free in 2016? And that leap years don't ...

Leap Year Fun Facts: 10 Random Things You Didn't Know About ...


Feb 29, 2016 ... Frogs are the unofficial mascots for leap years. Here: A red-eyed tree frog ( Agalychnis callidryas) is seen at the Montibell wildlife reserve, about ...

leapyearday.com -- Kids Page | leapyearday.com


Fun cool facts about Leap Year Day February 29. OK, let's ... Another way to tell if it's a Leap Year or not is by what day of the week the year starts and ends on.

Leap Year: Leap Day Facts - People


Feb 29, 2016 ... Happy Leap Day – and Leap Year, too, of course. And if you're one of the few who happen to be born on this day, happy birthday – finally!

Leap Year history: Fast facts about February 29, 2016 | New York's ...


Feb 29, 2016 ... Here's some background information about leap year. 2016 is a leap year. The next leap day is February 29, 2016, on a Monday. Facts: Every ...

5 facts about leap year and why there is a Feb. 29 - Toronto - CBC ...


Feb 25, 2016 ... Ever wondered why we have leap year? Or exactly what it means for people born on that day? Here are five fun facts to bring you up to speed ...

Leap years almost always occur every four years, (i.e. in years that are divisible by 4). The only exceptions to this is that years that are evenly divisible by 100 are not leap years, unless they are also divisible by 400.
So this means that the years 1700, 1800, 1900, etc., were not leap years, but the year 2000 was, and the years 2400 and 2800 will be.
More Info

10 fun facts about leap year and leap day -- Feb. 29, 2016 (photos ...


Feb 24, 2016 ... Curious about why we have one extra day stuck to the end of February every four years? Here are 10 fun facts about leap years and leap days.

A few facts about leap day - USA Today


Feb 29, 2016 ... Surrounded in history and superstition, February 29 only comes once every four years— and we have one Monday. Here are a few facts about ...

Leap Year 2016 – 11 weird and wonderful facts about 29 February


Feb 28, 2016 ... Leap years are considered lucky and auspicious omens.