Fact Snacks!


Costume designer Romy McCloskey did surgery on a butterfly. When a monarch tore his wing while emerging from his chrysalis, she gave him a wing transplant by using a hanger, scissors, tweezers, talc, contact cement, and a toothpick to attach a new wing she took from a dead butterfly. He flew away the next day.
Lay your arm on a flat surface and push your thumb and pinky together. If you don’t see a raised band across your wrist, you are a product of evolution. If you do, you’ve got a useless extra muscle in your arm that is slowly being erased from our genetic code.