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Who doesn’t like cookies of one sort or another? This week, Tidbits is taking a look at this treat’s origin, along with how some of our favorites got their start. •The word “cookie” has its origins in the Dutch language from their word keokje, meaning “little cake.” It’s thought that cookies originated as a method of testing cakes. Bakers used a small amount of cake batter to test the oven temperature. Persia was probably the first country to make cookies, as it was one of the first to cultivate sugar. • Home-baked cookies come in several styles. Pressed cookies are formed by pressing dough through a press to form fancy shapes. Drop cookies are made by merely dropping spoonfuls of dough onto a baking sheet while the dough for bar cookies is spread in a shallow pan and cut into bars after baking. Icebox cookies are created by shaping dough into a log, which is refrigerated, then sliced and baked. Cookies cutters are used to make rolled cookies into decorative shapes. American tinsmiths began fashioning cookie cutters by hand in the 1700s. •The first American cookbook, American Cookery, published in 1796 includes two recipes simply called “Cookies” and “Christmas Cookey.” •Springerle are traditional Christmas cookies from Bavaria and Austria, and are small aniseflavored cookies with an image stamped on top, imprinted from a carved rolling pin or Turn the page for more!

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Mozart– Male cat age 5 months Mozart was a genius in the world of music, but this little Mozart is definitely a genius at winning everyone over. With a luxuriously soft white and black fluffy coat, this kitten has just reached the age of maximum cuteness. He is very social with other cats, loves to play and roll around with his buddies but is also thrilled to have the chance to just cuddle up on a chilly winter afternoon for a lovely long nap. Preferably beside you!

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•One common belief for the origin of fortune cookies dates back to the 12th century, when Chinese soldiers defended their territory from Mongolian invaders. Legend has it that the Mongolians didn’t particularly care for Chinese lotus nut paste cakes, so Chinese soldiers hid messages containing details of their uprising written on rice paper inside the cakes to notify the troops. A more recent explanation cites a Cantonese immigrant working as a baker in Los Angeles putting slips of paper inside his cookies with words of encouragement and good “fortune” and handing them out to the poor and homeless street people. In 1960, a new machine was invented that folded fortune cookies in half much faster. •After his service with the Air Force, Wally Amos went to work as a talent agent with the William Morris Agency. His trick to persuade celebrities to meet with him and work out a deal was to send home-baked chocolate chip cookies home with them. It became apparent that he was better at cookies than as an agent, and in 1975, Wally “Famous” Amos opened his first store in Los Angeles, selling $300,000 his first year, jumping to over $1 million the following year. •The world’s favorite cookie is the Oreo, now sold in more than 100 countries around the globe. The very first Oreo rolled out of a Manhattan bakery in March, 1912, and was sold shortly thereafter in Hoboken, New Jersey. The first Oreos were packaged in bulk tins and sold by weight, about 30 cents a lb. back then. Today, they’re baked at 21 different bakeries and over 20.5 million of these favorites are eaten worldwide every single day. Just one batch of Oreos requires 18 million lbs. (8,165,000 kg) of cocoa. •Another favorite is the Toll House cookie, which is the original name of chocolate chip cookies. In 1937, Ruth Wakefield was the proprietor of the Toll House Restaurant in Whitman, Massachusetts. The restaurant was housed in a former 1709 toll house, a station where stage coach passengers ate while the horses were exchanged, and a toll was paid for using the highway. Ruth regularly served a popular cookie, the “Butter Drop Do,” which called for baker’s chocolate. Having run out of the chocolate one day, she chopped up a bar of Nestles semisweet chocolate and stirred the pieces into the dough, expecting them to melt and spread throughout the cookie. The chunks did not melt, and Ruth had a new creation, which she dubbed Toll House Crunch Cookies, which became an immediate hit. The recipe was published in a Boston newspaper soon after. •It’s believed that chocolate brownies also came about by an ingredient mishap, that is, a cook neglecting to add baking powder to chocolate cake batter. Without the leavening action of the baking powder to increase the volume of the cake, a denser cookie-like cake was produced. Others say it was intentionally created by a chef at Chicago’s Palmer House Hotel during the 1893 Columbian Exhibition. The 1897 Sears and Roebuck catalog published what is thought to be the first known recipe for brownies, and it became so popular, the company offered a brownie mix in their catalog. •Philadelphia inventor James Henry Mitchell is credited with inventing a double dough sheeting machine and funnel device that made the Fig Newton possible. He patented his invention in 1892, and production began on the little jamfilled confections which were named after the community of Newton, Massachusetts, which was near the factory where the first Newtons were created.

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to her prayer. In her words, “I began to pray, ‘Oh, Lord, if you ain’t never going to change that man’s heart, kill him, Lord, and take him out of the way.’” A week later, the owner died. When his widow began liquidating the estate, Harriet escaped to Philadelphia. Shortly afterward, she returned to Maryland and guided her relatives to freedom. •Over the next 11 years, Tubman returned to Maryland nearly 20 times, rescuing over 300 slaves, leading them through the various stations of the Underground Railroad. She was given the nickname Moses, after the Bible hero who led his people out of Egyptian slavery. Tubman was never captured, nor were any of her rescued slaves. • When the Civil War broke out, Harriet went to work for the Union Army, initially as a cook and a nurse. But when it was discovered she was very familiar with the Confederate area and terrain, she became a mapmaker, a scout, and a spy. She would frequently enter towns under Confederate control in disguise, wandering the streets gathering valuable intelligence information for the Union’s military leaders. • In 1863, Tubman became the first woman to lead an armed assault during the Civil War.

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Working with Colonel James Montgomery, she guided the Combahee River Raid through a dense forest and swamps in South Carolina, an effort that freed 750 slaves. Through her intricate spy network, she knew the Confederate positions and location of their supply lines. •After the War, Harriet returned to her Auburn, New York home to care for her aging parents. She dedicated her time to caring for orphans and invalids, as well as promoting freedmen’s schools in the south. She married a Union soldier and adopted an infant daughter. •Tubman did not receive any salary for her Civil War efforts, so was ineligible for any military pension. But late in life, Congress granted her a special pension of $20 per month for her courageous endeavors. Along with royalties she received from publishing her biography, she founded a retirement home for impoverished former slaves. It was here in the Tubman Home for the Aged that she passed away in 1913. The tiny 5’2” former slave who had endured a debilitating illness and could not read or write, was laid to rest with military honors.

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▶Hartland, New Brunswick, is the site of the world’s longest covered bridge, measuring 391 meters (nearly a quarter of a mile). It crosses the St. John River and was opened in 1901. ▶The population of Dawson, YK, during the height of the Klondike gold rush was about 40,000, but today there are only about 2,000 people there. ▶Bryan Adams, who rose to fame with a hit called “Summer of ’69” was actually only nine years old in 1969. ▶The Canadian Potato Museum in the town of O’Leary, PEI, sports a fiberglass potato at its entrance that stands 14 feet (4.2 m) tall. ▶The town of Shediak, NB, is known as the Lobster Capital of the World. It sports the largest lobster sculpture in the world, measuring 35 feet (10.7 meters). Made of concrete and steel, the big lobster attracts nearly half a million visitors per yer.


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Winter Driving Safety

It’s never fun if your vehicle lets you down, but it can be downright miserable or even dangerous if it happens on a cold winter day. Just as we’ve cleaned our windows and raked up the leaves in preparation for winter, so too should your car we winterized. Here are a few things you should know about “winterizing” your vehicle:

Winter Tires: Make sure you have a good set of winter tires. They’ll improve traction, but if they are severely worn, you’ll have trouble braking, accelerating and handling, especially on slippery roads. Many people opt for “all-season” tires. Depending on your local climate, they can be an adequate compromise for average year-round weather conditions but won’t perform as well as genuine winter tires in the worst ice and snow. Whatever you choose, buy them before winter arrives. Exhaust System: Be sure to check the muffler and exhaust pipes for leaks and for their general condition each fall. Corrosion or perforations in the exhaust system can permit leakage of lethal carbon monoxide fumes into the passenger compartment. When there’s snow on the roads, ensure your exhaust tailpipe isn’t obstructed by it when starting the engine, and never back into snow banks. Tire Pressure: Since traction is compromised when driving on ice or snow, the correct tire pressure is critical. Properly inflated tires ensure good contact with the road and protect the wheels from pothole damage. Your owner’s manual should list the recommended pressures. Wipers & Washer Fluid: Typically, there is reduced visibility in winter due to reduced daylight, snow and ice. In most parts of Canada, wiper blades last one year before needing replacement and sooner if damaged. If you live where there is lots of ice and snow during the winter you should consider investing in wipers made specifically for winter. During the winter months it is best to use windshield washer fluid made for colder temperatures to avoid further reduction in visibility. Also check your reservoir on a regular basis before heading out. Before the season starts, assemble the things you would need if stuck somewhere on a remote winter road. Include all the usual emergency things, but you should also have extra items for the longer trips.

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“JOBS”: “Two and a Half Men” co-star Ashton Kutcher typically has veered toward lightweight romantic comedies in his movie work, but he makes a very credible Steve Jobs in this biography of the visionary Apple co-founder. The screenplay by Matt Whiteley doesn’t shy away from the warts that made Jobs a less-than-likable figure at times, but it also captures the drive he had in revolutionizing the world’s everyday technology ... and, for that matter, the world itself. Josh Gad also is excellent as Steve Wozniak. The cast also includes Matthew Modine, Lukas Haas, Dermot Mulroney, James Woods and J.K. Simmons. DVD extras: three “making-of” documentaries; audio commentary by director Joshua Michael Stern; deleted scenes. *** (PG-13: AS, P) (Also on Blu-ray and On Demand) “GETAWAY”: Ethan Hawke and Selena Gomez are the nominal stars of this action tale, but it’s really all about the cars and the stunt drivers. The paper-thin plot finds an ex-racecar driver (Hawke) forced to do the bidding of a mystery man (Jon Voight) who has kidnapped his wife (Rebecca Budig, “All My Children”). A young hacker (Gomez) with an extremely cool car becomes our hero’s unlikely ally. DVD extras: five “making-of” documentaries. ** (PG-13: AS, P, V) (Also on Blu-ray and On Demand) “THE CANYONS”: Lindsay Lohan has gotten attention for much else than her acting in recent times, but in this melodrama from “American Gigolo” director Paul Schrader and “American Psycho” writer Bret Easton Ellis, she plays the girlfriend of a novice horror-movie producer (James Deen). Initially, he doesn’t know that she was involved previously with the main contender (Nolan Funk) to star in the picture ... but once he discovers that affair has been revived, he decides to make things tough for the reunited lovers. Amanda Brooks and filmmaker Gus Van Sant (“Good Will Hunting”) co-star. ** (R: AS, N, P, V) “HOW SHERLOCK CHANGED THE WORLD”: Long before there was the “CSI” franchise, there was Sherlock Holmes ... but the techniques used by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s legendary character may have inspired many modern crime-solving techniques, in real life as well as on screens. This PBS program examines ways in which the FBI, Scotland Yard and other law enforcement organizations may owe one of fiction’s most famous sleuths - and his creator - a debt of gratitude for the procedures they introduced. Noted forensic scientist Henry Lee is among the interviewees. *** (Not rated) FAMILY-VIEWING GUIDE KEY: AS, adult situations; N, nudity; P, profanity; V, violence; GV, particularly graphic violence.

The things you should always have in your car during winter. •Flashlight •Flares • Blankets & extra clothing • Shovel •Gloves •Fuses •Booster cables •Sand bags or Traction pads •First aid kit •Scraper and brush •Matches and candles •Gas line antifreeze •Tow rope •Tire chains •Crowbar and other small hand tools •Chocolate bars - they won’t spoil and they provide food in an emergency Whether it’s a short shopping trip out of town or a longer excursion, be prepared for winter emergencies and don’t wait till the snow on the ground tells us all winter is here. Taking a first aid course is a great way to learn how to be prepared and what to do in an emergency. Our trained professionals will give you the skills to prevent emergencies and most of all know what to do. Statistics say that 40% of all injuries reduced by people taking a first aid course. Protect yourself, your family and fellow co-workers. Planning for winter includes making your vehicle ready too!

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Nov. 25: ON THIS DATE in 1864, a Confederate plot to burn New York City failed. In 1867, Alfred Nobel invented Dynamite. In 1957, President Eisenhower suffered a mild stroke that impaired his speech. Nov. 26: ON THIS DATE in 1789, Thanksgiving was officially celebrated in the United States. In 1865, Lewis Carroll’s “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” was published. In 1950, China entered the Korean War, sending troops across the Yalu River. Nov. 27: ON THIS DATE in 1970, Pope Paul VI, visiting the Philippines, was slightly wounded at the Manila airport by a dagger-wielding Bolivian painter disguised as a priest. In 1973, the Senate voted 92-3 to confirm U.S. Rep. Gerald R. Ford as vice president. He succeeded Spiro T. Agnew, who had resigned after pleading no-contest to tax evasion involving a bribery and conspiracy case in his home state of Maryland. Nov. 28: ON THIS DATE in 1520, Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan reached the Pacific after passing through the South American strait now bearing his name. In 1925, a program featuring the Grand Ole Opry, Nashville’s famed wellspring of country music, made its radio debut. Nov. 29: ON THIS DATE in 1947, the U.N. General Assembly passed a resolution to partition Palestine between Arabs and Jews. In 1981, actress Natalie Wood, 43, fell off a yacht and drowned near Catalina Island, Calif. Nov. 30: ON THIS DATE in 1782, the United States and Britain signed preliminary peace articles in Paris, ending the Revolutionary War. In 1804, impeached Supreme Court Justice Samuel Chase went on trial, accused of political bias. The Senate acquitted him. Dec. 1: ON THIS DATE in 1913, the first drive-in automobile service station opened in Pittsburgh. In 1969, the U.S. government conducted its first militarydraft lottery since World War II. Answer to last week’s question: This week in 1941, Lebanon gained its independence from France.

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THE CARRIE DIARIES: Weaver tried to help Carrie get past her writer’s block but instead got in the way. Hearing a piece of shocking news brought Maggie and Sebastian closer. Bennet moved to a dangerous neighborhood, prompting Walt to take drastic measures to keep himself safe, with unexpected results. Larissa and Samantha finally realized they had something in common - an obsession with sex. Coming: Walt’s life takes a new turn. DAYS OF OUR LIVES: Even as Rafe and Jordan shared their first kiss, the mystery surrounding her deepened. After viewing an emotional video he received from Kristen, Brady had a meltdown and went back to using drugs. With things not looking good for JJ’s upcoming hearing, Theresa appealed to Daniel for help. Nicole and Eric argued over whether they could work together to prove his innocence. EJ intended to uncover what Sami is hiding from him. Coming: Gabi is on the verge of spilling her secret.

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~ Community Events ~ MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25 FIRST AID TRAINING 2 day course (Monday & Tuesday) at the Comfort Inn. Please contact Shirley at 306-690-3343 for more information. TEEN WELLNESS CLINIC Public Health Services (107-110 Ominica St. W) open 2-5pm. MEN’S ADULT FLOOR HOCKEY Located at the 15 Wing base gym. The cost is 3 dollars, and you must use a plastic bladed stick. You can either bring your own stick or they are available at the gym. NAVY LEAGUE/SEA CADETS Navy League for boys & girls ages 9 - 12. Sea Cadets for boys & girls ages 12 - 18. Learn to Sail, meet new friends, learn discipline, respect and have fun. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26 TEEN WELLNESS CLINIC Public Health Services (107-110 Ominica St. W) open 2-5pm. FIRST AID TRAINING Course located at the Comfort Inn. Please contact Shirley at 306-690-3343 for more information. FLU CLINIC Come to Riverview Collegiate from 3pm-7pm for a free influenza immunization. EXERCISE THERAPY FOR MS Exercise therapy for those with Multiple Sclerosis at 7pm. Please contact Lisa Taylor for location at 306-691-2635. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27 NOON HOUR SLIDES The Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery presents Monica DeCampo who will provide a visual presentation on her recent trip to Italy, admission $2. TEEN WELLNESS CLINIC Public Health Services (107-110 Ominica St. W) open 2-5pm. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28 ROYAL CANADIAN ARMY CADETS 12-18 year old youth male and females, who are looking for new adventures. We work on skills such as teamwork, leadership and citizenship. Come check us out on Thursday evenings from 6:30 to 9pm at the Moose Jaw armouries. TEEN WELLNESS CLINIC Public Health Services (107-110 Ominica St. W) open 2-5pm. MOOSE JAW COMMUNITY PLAYERS Moose Jaw Community Players Presents: MEDIUM RARE. A play written by Steve Hogue. Cost for Night Dessert: $15.00. Cocktails at 6:30pm, dessert at 7pm, performance at 7:30pm. Please contact the Cosmo Centre at 306-692-6072 for more information. BUSINESS & BEYOND

A business competition for high school students at SIAST Palliser Campus. For more information contact Marlene at 306-691-8385. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29 MOOSE JAW COMMUNITY PLAYERS Moose Jaw Community Players Presents: MEDIUM RARE. A play written by Steve Hogue. Cost for Night Dessert: $15.00. Cocktails at 6:30pm, dessert at 7pm, performance at 7:30pm. Please contact the Cosmo Centre at 306-692-6072 for more information. BEGINNERS HORSE DRIVING CLINIC If you are interested in learning how to drive single or a team this is the clinic for you. Harnessing, hitching and driving will all be covered. Horses and equipment will be provided. Brian Coleman of Didsbury Alberta will be instructing. Cost is $225. For Friday night, Saturday & Sunday For information or to enrol call Ed at 306-756-2559. FLU CLINIC Come to the Public Health Services office between 8:30 – 11am to get your free influenza immunization. SIMMS FAMILY ROAST BEEF FUNDRAISER Baby Shaddi was born 10 weeks premature weighing 2 lbs 12 oz due to a complete placental separation. Shaddi requires NICU for the next 8 weeks. Mom had to leave her hospital bed after 3 days due to high demand of beds but is required to stay by Shaddi’s side to feed every 3 hours. Please join us for the roast beef fundraiser, silent auction and 50/50 draws at Chillers from 6-8pm to assist the Simms family with the unforeseen costs upon them. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30 CHRISTMAS PHOTOGRAPHY MINI SESSIONS Mini Sessions for a mini price! Great for Christmas Cards and gifts! $40 for one person, $50 for a family. 30 minute time spaces. Book Now! All photos will be placed on a flash drive for your safe keeping and reproduction. Photos will be edited and sent out or ready for pick up on Tuesday December 3rd! Contact Rhea at 306-684-0262 for more information. MOOSE JAW COMMUNITY PLAYERS Moose Jaw Community Players Presents: MEDIUM RARE. A play written by Steve Hogue. Cost for Night Dessert: $15.00. Cocktails at 6:30pm, dessert at 7pm, performance at 7:30pm. Please contact the Cosmo Centre at 306-692-6072 for more information. BEGINNERS HORSE DRIVING CLINIC CONTINUED ROBERT LARRABEE Robert Larrabee Canadian recording artist enjoy hot new country songs, from his new cd “Middle of Something” on iTunes now. Robert also honours The Legends of Country

Do You Have A Local Event? Soaps Continued from pg 11 ONCE UPON A TIME: Storybrooke was transformed into the new Neverland, enabling David to return home with his loved ones and not suffer the lethal fate of the dreamshade. But if Neverland has been reinvented, is Pan still a part of it? In the former Fairy Tale Land, Snow White and Prince Charming’s honeymoon turned into the newlyweds’ search for a mythical beast that could stop Snow White. Coming: Returning home brings good and evil. THE ORIGINALS: A conflicted Marcel was surprised when Klaus shared details of his past indiscretions. Cami became distressed when the cryptic messages she came across

Music. Come and enjoy all your favourite country stars! Located at the Moose Jaw Royal Canadian Legion Hall. Call for tickets: 306-692-5453. Visit Robert at http://www. robertlarrabee.org CHRISTMAS CRAFT & BAKE SALE Supporting the Italy 2014 Tour, this is the perfect time and place to get your Christmas shopping all done!Held at Vanier Collegiate, there will be tons of parking space available. Get your Christmas baking, unique LOCAL Christmas presents get into in the spirit!! Contact Jacki at 306-690-9949 for more information. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1 BEGINNERS HORSE DRIVING CLINIC CONTINUED CANTABILE CONNECTION CHOIR CONCERT Moose Jaw’s own Cantabile (pronounced Can-TAB-Lay) Connection Choir will present their 2013 Concert, on December 1st, at 2:00 pm, Zion United Church Sanctuary, Main Street, Moose Jaw. Advance tickets $10.00/ea will soon be available from Choir members or from Zion Church Office. Tickets available to the door on concert day, $12.00/ea. Come one – Come all to enjoy the beautiful sounds of blended voices. FUNDRAISER – TEMPLE GARDENS BALLROOM ROCKIN’ CELEBRATION A fund raising supper to support the Temple Gardens Ballroom Rockin’ Celebration to be held August 29 - September 1, 2014. The meal includes dry ribs, ceasar salad and garlic bread. Cake and ice cream will also be served. Tickets are only $15 & will be held at the Royal Canadian Legion at 4:30pm. SALVATION ARMY CHURCH SERVICE Please join us as we meet together to sing, pray, and learn in worship. All are welcome! Please call by 5pm on Friday if you would like a ride to the service. Please join us from 6:307:30pm as we sing, pray, and learn together in worship! This is a classic “hymn sing” style get together that meets in the basement of the Salvation Army Thrift Store. All are welcome! SUNDAY JAM SESSIONS After a summer break, the Sunday Jam Sessions have started once again featuring Troy Downer and his band. So whether you are a singer, musician, a band, or just a music lover, join us at the Moose Jaw Royal Canadian Legion at 268 High Street West for an afternoon of fun and entertainment. We’ve got a beautiful lounge and the drinks are cheap!!! Things get underway any time after 2:30 pm and go until the fun stops. It’s free and open to the public. CENTRAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 10:30am worship service. Open Communion Services on the 1st & 3rd of the month. 10:30am Sunday School. All are welcome.

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provided insight into Klaus’ past. The human factor initiated an uprising that resulted in violence. Hayley sought help from Elijah and Rebekah when she learned of a plot to harm the werewolves in the bayou. A werewolf named Eve led Hayley and her protectors to a shocking discovery. Coming: The newest threat has the potential to deliver real trouble. REIGN: When the castle was placed under siege and its occupants held hostage, Mary and Francis were forced to rely on each other. Catherine surprised everyone when she made an unlikely proposal to try to save their lives. Bash’s mother Diane told him the details of her plan to have him legitimatized, which would change his life. Coming: A new alliance could be brief.

REVENGE: With Emily’s wedding day fast approaching, and apparently having put Daniel in a position he can’t easily wriggle out of, Emily put the finishing touches on her final takedown. However, the Graysons proved to be elusive yet again, although a newly returned from the dead viper in their midst could be the key to their undoing. Coming: Emily is in danger of losing the ultimate control over her life. VAMPIRE DIARIES: Trying to conceal his pain, Stefan continued to offer support to Katherine until Caroline arrived with an unusual form of therapy. Elena became so concerned about Damon that she sought help from Aaron, who decided on a desperate course of action following his conversation with Dr. Wes. When Damon shared with Elena a horrible secret

about his past, she in turn revealed disturbing information she had just learned about her own family. Coming: Sharing a dark past cements an already strong bond. YOUNG AND RESTLESS: Dylan blasted Nikki for not wanting a family who are anything like the Newmans. Abby confided to Ashley her concern about Tyler’s ex-wife Mariah. Worried about Fen being charged with killing Carmine, Michael plotted to find out exactly what Paul knows. Sharon overheard a candid conversation between Nick and Summer, which caused her to reflect on the secret she’s keeping from them. Chelsea stood up to Victor, saying he has no power over Connor’s life. Coming: Billy won’t let go of an unresolved injustice.


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SEE YA LATER! See ya later, Alligator! Take a look at some of these interesting facts about this member of the order Crocodylia. • Early Spanish explorers and settlers in Florida gave the alligator its name. This scaly reptile takes its name from the Spanish word el largarto, meaning “the lizard.” • Alligators are native only to the United States and China. In the U.S., Louisiana has the most alligators, but large populations also live in Florida, Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama, North and South Carolina, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Texas. Although an American alligator can grow up to 20 feet (6.1 m) long and weigh up to half a ton (454 kg), on average, males grow to about 11 feet (3.4 m) and females to about 8 feet (2.6 m). The Chinese alligator is much smaller, with males averaging a length of 5 feet (1.5 m) and females at about 4.5 feet (1.4 m). The tail accounts for about half of an alligator’s length. • The menacing-looking mouth of an American alligator holds between 74 and 80 teeth at a time, but it might go through 2,000 to 3,000 teeth over its lifetime. Although they seem to have a reputation for attacking humans, alligators are actually quite solitary and very rarely do they go after humans, usually only when provoked or when protecting their young. Their diet consists of fish, turtles, snakes, birds, and small mammals. Occasionally they eat other alligators. • An alligator’s jaws can clamp shut with enough force to break a person’s arm. But the muscles that open its mouth are very weak, so much so that a man can hold a

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full-grown alligator’s mouth open with one hand. And although they move very quickly through water, alligators are slow-moving on land. • A female alligator will lay up to 50 eggs at a time, keeping them warm in a nest of rotting vegetation. The temperature of that nest will determine the gender of her offspring. Oddly enough, if the eggs are incubated over 93 degrees F (33.8 C), the embryos develop into males. Females are the result of temperatures below 86 degrees F (30 C), and between 86 and 93 degrees F, an embryo can develop into either gender. About 8 out of 10 baby alligators will be eaten by bobcats, snakes, otters, large fish, raccoons, and other alligators. • An American alligator has a life expectancy in the wild of nearly 50 years. • One of the main differences between alligators and crocodiles is their environment. Alligators dwell in fresh water, such as ponds, rivers, wetlands, lakes, and swamps, while crocodiles make their home in salt water. An alligator’s nostrils point upward, so they can breathe while the rest of the body is submerged in water. • Although there are about five million American alligators in the southeastern United States, they were once nearly extinct. Years of hunters seeking the valuable hides landed alligators on the endangered species list. When the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service prohibited the trade of hides, alligators made such a comeback that they were removed from the list in 1987.

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