July 30, 2008 question

An Andean Condor can fly three (and a half) miles high (or about 18,000 feet). That is really high. If you’re not a condor, you don’t want to be caught alive that high (being caught dead there would be fine . . . I mean, you’re already dead, what’s gonna happen?).

Anyway, I think I have a question or two left from my visit to the zoo, so let’s see who really reigns supreme in the animal trivia kingdom:

What animal’s name is derived from the Malay word for “man of the forest”?

Oh, and I can’t forget to give credit to those who knew the condor’s altitudinous limits:

Frank
Andrew
Heidi

Your brains are soaring. . . . You, um, might want to get that checked.

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