- Older white and Asian boys were the least likely to eat fruit, dark green vegetables and orange vegetables (Apples and carrots are not manly?).
- Kids whose parents identified them as "very picky" ate fewer veggies.
- Having an open campus, where kids could go buy lunch outside of school, didn't affect the fruit and veggie consumption of kids who ate school lunches.
- Kids who came from families that had trouble with hunger and food insecurity didn't eat more of their lunches than other kids.
What looks like a deer, is the size of a rabbit, and was just photographed for the first time in decades?