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True or False?

1. Earthworms come out when it is raining because they love water.
True
False

2. In humans, the right lung weights more than the left lung.
True
False

3. Fingernails grow faster than toenails.
True
False

4. If placed in water a good egg sinks. An egg that has gone bad, floats.
True
False

5. There was once a two and a half rupee note in circulation in India.
True
False

6. There are more bones in the arm than in the leg.
True
False

7. A spider is an insect.
True
False

8. It is harmful for the eyes to watch television in the dark.
True
False

9. Our fingers have three bones while our thumb has only two.
True
False

10. All the air in the lungs gets changed with each breath.
True
False
11. A giraffe's front legs are longer than its back legs.
True
False

12. It is colder at the Antarctic than the Arctic.
True
False

13. The Earthworm has no eyes.
True
False

14. The leopard roars like the lion and tiger.
True
False

15. A Bimonthly is a magazine that comes out either twice a month or once in two months.
True
False

16. The albatross is the only bird that can fly the whole day without once flapping its wings.
True
False

17. You can never sneeze with your eyes open
True
False

18. In Japan a boy is considered one year old at birth
True
False

19. Insects don't have lungs.
True
False

20. Cats and dogs do catch colds..
True
False

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Dimdima is the Sanskrit word for ‘drumbeat’. In olden days, victory in battle was heralded by the beat of drums or any important news to be conveyed to the people used to be accompanied with drumbeats.

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