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ZOO (continued): • Although the word “hippopotamus” translates from the Greek for “river horse,” this herbivorous mammal is more closely related to the pig. It ranks third in size in land animals, right behind the elephant and rhinoceros. Baby hippos are born underwater and weigh about 100 lbs. (45 kg) at birth. By adulthood, one might weigh as much as 5,800 lbs. (2,631 kg). Hippos eat about 88 lbs. (40 kg) of food daily. At one time, hippos’ ivory canines, which reach 20 inches (51 cm) in length, were used by dentists for artificial teeth because they don’t turn yellow. In a zoo environment, a hippo will live about 50 years.

◆ It was inventor Thomas Edison who made the following sage observation: “We don’t know a millionth of 1 percent about anything.” ◆ Those who study such things say that chewing gum will reduce your recall ability by 10 percent. ◆ As ostrich can run just as fast as a racehorse. ◆ In 1972, an extraordinary birth occurred. On July 22 of that year, a woman in Rome gave birth a whopping 15 babies -- five boys and 10 girls. The siblings were quindecaplets, though, obviously, that term doesn’t see much use.

• Even with its enormous bulk, the rhinoceros can trot along at 40 mph (64 km/hr). The word “rhinoceros” translates from the Greek language, rhino meaning “nose” and ceros meaning “horn.” A baby rhino enters the world weighing about 140 lbs. (63.5 kg) and can grow to about 7,000 lbs. (3,500 kg). • You think your blood pressure is high? Consider that of the giraffe, whose pressure is two to three times higher than that of a healthy human. That’s because of that long neck! The heart of a giraffe measures 2 feet (.6 m) long and weighs 25 lbs. (11.3 kg), enabling it to pump blood with enormous force up the neck to the brain. The average giraffe stands about 19 feet (5.8 m) tall, 6 feet (1.8 m) of which are its legs. At birth it was already 6 feet (1.8 m) tall, and had endured a 6-foot drop to the ground head first! The baby calf is up and walking around only one hour after birth. An adult giraffe can weigh up to 3,000 lbs. (1,360 kg) and lives about 20 years. • The sleek cheetah, the world’s fastest mammal, can reach a speed of 45 mph (72 km/hr) in two seconds from a standstill. It then accelerates to its top speed of nearly 65 mph (104 km/ hr). Yet just 300 yards farther on, exhaustion sets in, and the animal must slow down. Half of the cheetah’s running time is spent off the ground, and it can even make a turn in midair!

◆ You probably know that J. Edgar Hoover was the first director of the FBI, helping to found the bureau in 1935 and serving until his death in 1972. You might not realize, though, that in his career he never made an arrest or even personally conducted an investigation. ◆ It’s been reported that the last words of famed composer Ludwig van Beethoven were “Friends, applaud; the comedy is over.” ◆ The Rubik’s Cube, that ubiquitous 1980s toy, was invented by a mathematician in Hungary to help teach math to his students. The device was first marketed as a toy in Hungary -- where one in five citizens owned one -- then was brought to the U.S., from whence it became an international sensation. The success of his cube made Erno Rubik the first self-made millionaire in a communist country.

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• A gorilla may look gargantuan, but in truth the average male gorilla stands only about 5”7” (1.7 m) tall. He is a hefty fellow, however, weighing in at 330 lbs. (150 kg). The female is much smaller, averaging 176 lbs. (80 kg). The lifespan of these very peaceful, familyoriented creatures in the wild is about 35 years, but they will live to about age 50 in a zoo. • An adult male lion eats about 15 lbs. (7 kg.) of meat at a meal, although some might consume as much as 60 lbs. (27 kg) at one sitting! The full-grown adult male will weigh somewhere between 330 and 550 lbs. (150 – 259 kg) and can run at top speed of 36 mph (58 km/ hr), although not for very long. In the wilds, the King of the Jungle isn’t the great hunter you might think he is – he actually leaves more than 90% of the hunting to his female companion. Lions are the only big cats in which the appearance of males and females is distinctly different. The roar of a male can be heard as far as 5 miles (8 km) away.

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◆ Fill your salt and pepper shakers one-quarter of the way with uncooked white rice. Dry rice will allow the salt or pepper to flow more freely from the shaker. If your shaker is opaque, you can tell it’s time to add more salt or pepper when the shaker starts to rattle. ◆ Mark old toothbrushes with masking tape so you can tell the difference between cleaning brushes and those you use for your teeth. You can clean a toothbrush in the dishwasher. Put it with the silverware. ◆ Because fabric-softener sheets can leave residue on the dryer’s lint trap, clean yours out at least every other month. Just scrub with plain old soap and water. ◆ “Add this to the list of wonderful cleaners for wood floors: tea. Just brew a couple of cups and use the tea as you would your regular wood-floor cleaner. It’s nice and shiny afterward.” -- P.L. in Oregon ◆ Use a turkey baster to “squirt” pancake batter into your frying pan. Mix the batter as normal and unscrew the top of the baster to load. You can use it to make letters for fun kids’ breakfasts. No drips! ◆ “If you have trouble opening the lid on a glass jar, try using a pair of standard dishwashing gloves. They let you grip both the lid and the jar, and they work especially well if your hands are the least bit moist.” -- D.Y. in Pennsylvania

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reality the way the young seem to be able to; with innate resilience and adaptability. Summer still manages to find her way onto the top shelf of her pen… she still seems to sense when a toy is near, and she most certainly still erupts into purrs when in receipt of a good chin scratch. Once she is spayed and she receives some minor surgery to adjust a tear duct, sweet Summer will be seeking her new family. Being blind may present few challenges for her, but all of the hard work will be Summer’s; there would be very few adjustments required from her new humans. The first 4 months of her life may not have been ideal, but that can all be put behind her permanently with the help of a kind person who can ensure she is safe and loved for the rest of it.

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DEAR CLAIRE: Some dogs are a bit more difficult to house train than others, but don’t give up. First, however, stop rubbing Genie’s nose in her puddle. Dogs’ attention spans are pretty short, and trying to punish her long after the act won’t help, and in fact can set her training way back. Does Genie make that puddle at roughly the same time each morning? If so, that’s a clear signal that her bladder is full by that time. You need to make an adjustment: wake up earlier, before Genie pees in the house. Take her outside on her leash and encourage her to go, praising her lavishly when she does. Repeat this every morning without fail -- Genie will get it. Now, to get your sleep time back, you need to try and adjust when Genie goes at night. If you’re taking her out at 10 p.m. and she’s wetting the floor at 5 a.m., take her out at 11 p.m. instead. Then take her out at 5:30 a.m. the next morning, and at 6 a.m. the following morning. See if her clock adjusts. If that doesn’t work, remember, Genie is still young and growing. She may be able to hold her urine longer when she gets bigger. So be patient, and keep working with her.

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Community Events Place des Arts October Exhibitions Thurs, Oct 11 – Nov 10 Ron Simmer’s 3D recycled sculpture exhibition, An Exultation of MOOP; Wendy Schmidt’s watercolours, Westcoast Wildlife. Fine art, inspiration and a glass of wine — the perfect way to spend an evening. Admission: Free Mr. I’s Slightly Spooky Songs and Stories Sunday, October 28, 2 to 3pm Place des Arts, 1120 Brunette Avenue, Coquitlam | Local children’s entertainer and Place des Arts’ faculty member Yurgen Ilaender, affectionately known as “Mr. I,” leads Hallowe’en fun for young children aged 2 and up at Place des Arts. Costumes are welcome and audience participation is encouraged. Tickets: $7 general seating; Reserve your spot at www. through Brown Paper Tickets or by calling 604.664.1636. Community Art Show Friday, October 19th, & Saturday, October 20th St. Catherine’s Anglican Church 2211 Prairie Avenue & Shaughnessy Street, Port Coquitlam. Friday, October 19th, 7 - 9 pm Show Preview, Wine & Cheese Reception, Tickets $15.00 Saturday, October 20th, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Free Admission; Refreshments available for purchase. Tickets are available by calling St. Catherine’s Church office: 604-942-9812 Presented by St. Catherine’s Anglican Church in conjunction with Art Focus Artists’ Association. A variety of local artists will present their work at the church. Coquitlam Foundation - 20th Anniversary Thursday, November 15, 6 p.m.-9 p.m. Red Robinson Show Theatre, 2080 United Blvd. Coquitlam, BC The public is invited to help the Coquitlam Foundation celebrate its 20th anniversary as the charitable heart of Coquitlam. We will be honouring the Original Founders while enjoying a sumptuous plated dinner in the theatre, unique raffle items, and entertainment including championship dance group, Bhangra Idols. Reception at 6 pm; Dinner at 7:15 pm. Attire: Business Price: $90.00 per person (tax receipt for contribution). More info and tickets available at: info@coquitlamf? or by calling 604.468.9598, or registering online at: http://www.

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