Why Vultures Don’t Get Sick from Their Diet, the Time a Flying Pig Grounded All Planes at Heathrow Airport, What Exactly Sea Monkeys Are and More

In this week’s “best of” our YouTube channel, we look at why vultures don’t get sick when their diet is full of rotten, dead things, that time a flying pig grounded every plane at Heathrow airport, why we say “stat” when we want something done quickly, why three strikes in a row in bowling is called a turkey, what exactly sea monkeys are, and finally, why the speed of seafaring vessels is measured in knots. Click here to subscribe to our YouTube Channel for many more videos like this.

Why Vultures Don’t Get Sick When Eating Dead and Rotting Things

That Time a Flying Pig Grounded Every Plane at London’s Heathrow Airport

Why do we say “Stat” when we want something done quickly? (and what “Wiki” actually means)

Why is Three Strikes in a Row in Bowling Called a Turkey?

What Exactly are Sea Monkeys?

Why is the Speed of Seafaring Vessels Measured in Knots?

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