These 12 facts about everything will amaze you
We learn so much every day, yet the world keeps surprising us all the time. These incredible facts about everything will make your jaw drop!
#1 Angiogram showing damaged/decreases vascular tissue in the index finger of a yo-yo master
#2 Despite their flexibility, snakes do have bones. And a lot of them!
#3 The calcium in our bones and the iron in our blood were all forged in giant stars which exploded 13 billion years ago
#4 While waiting for the prey, the crocodile can hold its breath underwater for 2 hours
#5 Jellyfish have no heart, no bones and no brain
#6 In the age of dinosaurs, a day was 23 hours long. It became longer with time because the speed of the rotation of Earth changed
#7 Corn is grown on every continent on Earth except Antarctica
#8 Clouds constantly cover about 60% of our planet
#9 The TV remote is the dirtiest item in an average house or hotel room. Do you know what is another filthy thing you touch every day? Your cellphone, which contains roughly 25,000 germs. It's dirtier than the toilet seat.
#10 Hearing is the fastest of our senses. A sound takes 8 to 10 milliseconds to get to the brain
#11 What you see in the second picture is claimed to be the earliest replica of Mona Lisa. This is what the famous painting originally looked like
#12 10% of all the photos ever taken were taken in the past year
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