What animal has the shortest memory in the world?
A goldfish (5 or 3 second memory span)
EDIT: Not true, goldfish have been known to remember things (such as the location of a lever delivering food) for as long as three months. They also have some sense of time, the lever only being active during specific times of the day and they only used it while active.
The Sperm Whale (Physeter Macrocephalus) (Cachalot) is the animal with the largest skull in the world (both in general and aquatically). The African Bush Elephant (Loxodonta Africana) is the largest-skulled terrestrial animal in the world. The extinct aquatic animal with the largest skull would probably be either a Mosasaurus Hoffmannii or a Carcharodon Megaladon. The Titanoceratops Ouranos is the extinct terrestrial animal with the largest skull. The members of the Order Anura (Frogs) have the…
Powell river, bc has the shortest river which the town is named after Two rivers in the US currently claim to be the shortest. The D River in Lincoln City, OR was measured as being the shortest "at extreme high tide." It empties into the Pacific. However at all other times the Roe River in Montana measures as the shortest river in the world
Does a Nintendo GameCube have a memory card inside itself for games or does it HAVE to have a memory card?
Nintendo Gamecube systems require a memory card that vary in how many game files each one can hold. The only game that comes with a memory card is Animal Crossing, meaning if you want to save your games you have to buy memory cards, but the person writing this thinks the Gamecube comes with at least one memory card.
Probably a fish or mouse. Fish can live anywhere from a week to five years, depending on care and the species of fish. Mice can live up to 2 years, but once again, depending on the care of the animal, the age could vary. Geckos are also animals that live short lives. Bugs live the shortest lives- some can only live for a day, while others can survive winter and live for a year or…