Lake Superior contains so much water, over 3 quadrillion gallons, that it could flood the entire landmass of North and South America to a depth of one foot.
At no point during Return of the Jedi does anyone use the word “Ewok” to describe the furry little creatures that inhabit Endor–the name “Ewok” only appears in the end credits of the film.
The green-blooded skink, native to Papua New Guinea, has green blood as a result of high levels of hemoglobin by-products (biliverdin and bilirubin) in its blood stream. Humans normally excrete these kinds of by-products into the intestines, which keeps our blood a much more familiar red color.
Marine birds, such as sea gulls, are able to drink salt water because their bodies have a sophisticated desalination system that extracts excess salt from their blood via glands found near their eyes and excretes it from their nostrils where it runs down grooves in their bills.