It has 92 comments, all from lemmy.ml users created in the last day or 2, who have only ever commented on that one post…
It’s botanically classified as a fruit, but many things we’d call vegetables are classified as fruits (cucumbers, aubergine), and some things we’d call fruits are classified as vegetables (rhubarb), so I don’t think the scientific classification makes sense in normal communication, unless you’re specifically talking about the scientific aspect of them.
In popular culture, a longstanding myth holds that they jump off cliffs and commit mass suicide.
The “Misconceptions” section also has some interesting bits.
Another myth may have roots in the fiercely aggressive nature of lemmings during population booms, and the corresponding leftovers of predatory frenzies: lemmings do not explode.
According to this article their results are still largely based on bing’s: https://lemmy.ml/post/30520
I have my own base-16 time system I came up with https://fiftysix.scot/Base-16/Time , which I still need to finish.
I would imagine it to be possible to cross-post a fediverse post to a community, but I’m not managing to search and view any non-lemmy post in lemmy to try it.