In seasonal jargon, fall is a shortening of the phrase “fall of the leaf”, the phrase was common in England in the 17th century. The word Autumn entered English from the French automne and didn't become common usage until the 18th century.
... Americans and Canadians use both words, fall and autumn. And “fall” is the season's proper name in America.
The Jumping Frenchmen of Maine were a group of 19th-century lumberjacks who exhibited a rare disorder of unknown origin. The syndrome entails an exaggerated startle reflex which may be described as an uncontrollable "jump"; individuals with this condition can exhibit sudden movements.
Hippos are way more dangerous then Sharks simply due to the fact of how aggressive and deceptively fast they are, and they have one of the strongest bite forces in the world. They've even had crocodiles as prey before.
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