7 Fun Facts About Leap Years
1. Julius Caesar introduced the first calendar leap year in 46 B.C.
The Earth takes exactly 365 days, five hours, 48 minutes and 45 seconds to circle the sun. The occasional Feb. 29 ensures we don’t lose six hours every year.
2. Leap year babies are called “leapers” or “leaplings.”
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