A black spotted yellow spider that just ate a gumball.
Argiope aurantia Lucas - yellow garden spider
Really? What kind of a question is that?
It might be the camalspider or a timberwolf spider.
Mutton Fat is kind of a light orange mixed with some sort of baze
There is no fat in an orange as it is fruit. If there were fat in it, it would be in the unhealthy section of the food wheel.
The only fat in an orange is the trace amount in the oil that is in the zest. The flesh or juice has no fat.
Oranges have very little fat in them. A medium sized orange has only 0.1 g of fat. An apple has 0.3 g of fat.
orange soap. The first soaps were made of either animal fat or oils mixed with ash.
Fat is used to store energy. Carbohydrates.
an orange is a poor source of fat and protein .
i think because spider man is to fat to climb walls again
A diet that makes one consume fewer calories will help one's body burn more fat than it adds. The type of food that will enable one to do this will vary from person to person. A diet high in vegetables and low in animal fat will help most people reduce their body fat. Exercise will burn body fat.
There is no fat in an orange. Or if there is, it is so small that it is not labeled.
000.000.000.0001 That is how much there would be. Well, here are the listings of the kinds of fats and how many milligrams or grams. Trans fat: 0g or 0mg Saturated fat: 0g or 0mg Total fat: 0g or 0mg there are different kinds of orange juices but that is the fat information for Simply Orange.
Fat is composed of adipose tissue. The main role of adipose tissue is to store energy, but when there is an excess of body fat, there are serious health risks.
about 90% of your body fat is made of water. i like body fat :)
What do you call what a fat, spinning spider makes.. A whirled wide web.
There are no grams of fat in oranges just simple sugars
Lean Body Fat
If you had no body fat, you would die. Everybody has (and needs!) body fat.
You should consider your fat tissues as your body fat.
The body stores fat to save energy for when the body needs it. It also uses fat to regulate the body temperature.
I think it's fat in your body
the fat in your body is used for protiene
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