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Answer: Leonhard Euler.
Swiss-born Euler is held to be one of the greatest mathematicians in history. He made pioneering contributions to several branches of mathematics and introduced much of the modern mathematical terminology and notation.
ENIAC was the first electronic computer made. It was so large it filled a whole room and was used to solve large numerical equations.
Amphibians usually have soft, moist skin that is protected by a layer of mucus. They also tend to live in moist places or by a body of water. Examples of Amphibians would be frogs and toads.
Answer: South Florida
Although crocodiles and alligators look very similar, there is actually a difference. Alligators have wider, rounder shaped snouts, while crocodile snouts are pointed and V-shaped.
Octopuses have three hearts; two branchial hearts that pump blood through each of the gills. The third heart is a systemic heart that pumps blood through the whole body.
The average human body contains around 10 pints of blood. Men usually have more blood than women, averaging 10-11 pints of blood.