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  1. It's not that difficult to measure your bed to see how big it is. Or you can read the Wikipedia article on how big different bed descriptions are in different countries.

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  3. Cars with longer wheelbase usually have better control. You can go faster and take tighter corners without worrying about sliding or tipping over.

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  4. This depends on the species. I recall reading that the Tyrannosaurus rex had it's largest growth spurts as a teenager, reaching its maximum size at approximately 20 years.

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 14/01/2008

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  6. ...at 29 years, a male at the St. Louis Zoo http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Leopard_gecko

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  7. The ackies or ridge tailed monitors average around 2 feet as adults. http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Spiny-tailed_monitor

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  9. Sure. With dark adapted eyes it's possible to read regular sized text by only moonlight - it doesn't even need to be a full moon.

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