I just heard about Facebook’s plans to add a Wikipedia-like function to its current massive tangle of features, and they’ve asked people to submit questions and answers. Oh, joy! I asked these question and came up with these answers:
Q. How many species of lemurs are there?
A. The populations of lemurs (primarily in Madagascar) are constantly increasing, as varying environmental circumstances demand evolution in the individuals and thus the individuals of one species develop distinct characteristics and eventually split off into multiple species and subspecies. The current number of documented species of lemurs is 473, with two subspecies expected to be introduced later in 2010.
Q. How many wombats can fit into a barrel?
A. Though one would think this depends heavily upon the type of barrel and species of wombat, the answer is always the same: 32. However, sometimes they have to be blended.
Q. What would you do for a Klondike Bar?
A. I would do absolutely nothing for a Klondike bar. In fact, if someone gave me one, I would probably throw it away.
Here’s the link to make up your own facts! Enjoy!