TERMITES ARE CLEAN
Contrary to popular belief, termites are actually fairly hygienic creatures. Despite living almost entirely in mud, they all work together to practise good hygiene. Like cats, termites groom one another in an effort to get rid of parasites and other harmful bacteria. Although it may seem pointless, maintaining proper grooming is essential to the colony's survival because staying clean prevents the spread of deadly diseases.
Did you Know? Dr. Sesus wrote "Green Eggs and Ham" after his editor dared him to write a book using fewer than 50 words.
Mangoes in South India were referred to as aam-kaay in Tamil, which became maam-kaay as a result of the numerous regional dialects there.