True or false – can you tell these facts from fiction?
Do you always believe what you hear or read? Today, we are surrounded by a world full of information, and telling fact from fiction becomes more and more challenging. Try to guess which of these facts are true and which are just nonsense.
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The Earth's water is present on the planet for approximately 4.6 billion years. Today, we drink the same water dinosaurs drank 65 million years ago. Throughout history, only a small amount of water was lost into space.
Originally, Mona Lisa had eyebrows and eyelashes. With time, they have been eroded to the point they are not visible anymore.
the Antarctic midge is the largest purely terrestrial animal native to the continent and the only insect there. Such Antarctic animals as penguins or seals are considered marine animals, as they live and feed mostly in the ocean.
Only 10% of people are left-handed.
Koalas are nocturnal marsupials. It's a different group of mammals.
The name dachshund comes from the German words 'dachs' (badger) and 'hund' (dog).
Usually, our hair have a life cycle of 2 to 7 years.
Western lowland gorilla has such scientific name. It is one of two subspecies of the western gorilla (Gorilla gorilla).
'Shampoo' means means 'to massage' in Sanskrit. In fact, shampooing as a concept was invented in India.
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