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I Wonder Why Lemons Taste Sour

by Deborah Chancellor

Other authors: Belinda Weber (Editor)

Series: I Wonder Why

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This book introdece us about various riddle's answer.

For example,『Why do lemons taste sour?』
Lemons contain circic acid, which tastes sour.. You pick up this flavour along the sides, of your tongue. The lemon has taste is so strong that you can tell if one drop of lemon has been mixed with 50000drops of water!

『How loud is a whale's whistle?』
The blue whale makes a whistling sound. This amazing noise measures up to 188 decibels, which is as long as a space rocket launch!

『How fussy is a koala?』
Tha koala is the world's pickest eater. It will only eat eucalyptus leaves, and it spends most of its day searching for exactry the right type. Most other animals, eat any different things.
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