- 1 How the Rhino got his horn?
- 2 What is a superior comestible?
- 3 Why do rhinos have GREY skin?
- 4 How the Rhinoceros Got His wrinkly skin summary?
- 5 How the Rhino Got His skin Just So Stories?
- 6 What do comestibles mean?
- 7 Which animal has the hardest skin?
- 8 Why do rhinos have so many wrinkles?
- 9 What is the skin of a rhino called?
- 10 How the Leopard Got His Spots summary?
- 11 How many just so stories are there?
- 12 How the camel got its hump Jack Nicholson?
How the Rhino got his horn?
When the storm went away, they went out to get more food and found lots of fruit and vegetables. The cave looked very old when you went outside so they got lots and lots of leaves and they ate them all. The cave was their new home. And that is how the rhino got its grey skin and horns.
What is a superior comestible?
It was indeed a Superior Comestible (that’s magic), and he put it on the stove because he was allowed to cook on that stove, and he baked it and he baked it till it was all done brown and smelt most sentimental.
Why do rhinos have GREY skin?
Before long, the ash from the fires started to stick to his beautiful, brown, shiny skin; coating him in a thick layer of dull, grey ash. But Razo was so busy saving the other animals from the fire that he didn’t even notice that his beautiful, brown skin had changed into a dull, grey color.
How the Rhinoceros Got His wrinkly skin summary?
The Parsee filled it full of stale crumbs from previous cakes, so that when the Rhinoceros put it on they tickled. He rolled and rubbed himself against the tree, till his skin went into great wrinkles and the buttons came off.
How the Rhino Got His skin Just So Stories?
He ran to a tree and rubbed and rubbed and rubbed himself against it. He rubbed so much and so hard that he rubbed his skin into a great fold over his shoulders, and another fold underneath, where the buttons used to be (but he rubbed the buttons off), and he rubbed some more folds over his legs.
What do comestibles mean?
Anything that you could possibly use for food is a comestible, a synonym of “edible.” It can be used as a noun (“We shopped for comestibles”) or an adjective (“It looked awful, but was comestible”).
Which animal has the hardest skin?
Crocodiles and armadillos have the toughest skin, They have skin that’s so strong it’s being used to inspire the design of armor and protective coating on things like personal electronics. Among the land animals, Camel has the most toughest ski to prevent water loss in deserts.
Why do rhinos have so many wrinkles?
Why do rhinos have so many wrinkles? Hint: Because they’re so hard to iron.
What is the skin of a rhino called?
The collagenous dermis of the white rhinoceros forms a thick, protective armour that is highly specialized in its structure and material properties compared with other mammalian skin.
How the Leopard Got His Spots summary?
In the story, an Ethiopian first changed his skin colour to black and then “put his five fingers close together (there was plenty of black left on his new skin still) and pressed them all over the Leopard, and wherever the five fingers touched they left five little black marks, all close together.
How many just so stories are there?
Nine of the thirteen Just So Stories tell how particular animals were modified from their original forms to their current forms by the acts of human beings or magical beings.
How the camel got its hump Jack Nicholson?
How the Rhino Got His Skin/How the Camel Got His Hump, Told by Jack Nicholson; Music-Bobby McFerrin. These two playful tales are among the best known of Rudyard Kipling’s Just So stories. In the first, a Parsee man seeks revenge on the nasty piggish rhino. Jack Nicholson’s reading is pitch perfect.