Friday, January 9, 2009

Cliff Claven Time

I'm changing the name of the trivia posts in honor of one of my favorite TV shows. So, Cliffie what do you have for us today? Yeah, Nahm, well ...

What is the longest time something can survive without water?

Not you, you'd be toast in 3 - 4 days.

Camel you say, not even close, they can last about 15 days without water.

The animal that can survive the longest without water is the kangaroo rat and lucky for it since it spends it's life in Death Valley.

A kangaroo rat can go it's entire life of 3 - 5 years without taking a single sip of water.


5 comments:

frogponder said...

Good grief!
I'm thirsty.

June Saville said...

He's more rat than kangaroo Babble. Where does he live?
June in Oz

Bob said...

Thanks Cliffie!

Joy said...

FP: LOL!!

June: I copied and pasted - only in the more arid regions of the western and southwestern U.S. Several species occur in all four southwestern deserts." Yes, they are rats - kangaroo is just the type they are.

Bob: I was hoping someone would say that! From now on the trivia post will be known as "Cliffie's Spot" or something like that. I'm working on it. :-)

Berry Blog said...

Not even a tiny glass of sherry?