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The whole universe comprises of many fascinating things that happen around us. Our world is unique and there is always a lot more to explore.
Every day, many of the freakish things take place and we just ignore or don't even try a little to know about them. Also, few of us possess curiosity for the world.
Here ones curiosity may satiate by these facts.
Below are those 13 bizarre facts that will make you go gasp. Let's check them out.
People with red or burgundy hair never experience gray head. As the hair color fades with passing years becoming copper initially and then rose gold at the end.
Whales are still found alive in the icy waters of Alaska. These whales are called "bowhead" and are found to be over 200 years old.
It's almost next to impossible to see a flying pig. None of their friends can look at the sky. It generally describes a phrase to show that something will never happen.
There are a lot of monkeys on the island which is situated rightly at the coast of South Carolina. This monkey island is a favorite tourist place and accessible by boat only. Each visitor brings bananas for the monkeys.
Every human once starts with one single cell or bacterium. Then, 30 minutes later the cell starts dividing and doubling itself and finally, grows up with 48 cell divisions.
Beetles are known by their affection for dung but there is another characteristic by which they are known is that they are the only insects that travel solely by stars.
Every sound in this world produces echo effect. The sound repeats itself but the quacks of ducks sounds only once and does not echo and the reason of not echoing is unknown.
Scientist after conducting the study over 200,000 ostriches for about 80 years witnessed that never a single ostrich is witnessed burying its head in the sand.
We all know that palindrome is a word that if spelled backwards means the same as forward. But, if palindrome is spelled backwards, it becomes "semordnilap", which itself is a word that spelled backwards becomes completely different word.
Japan is a country which has high adoption rates, but the terrible news is that mostly the adoptees are males, or can say male adults.
There is a unique law in Washington which says that if a person suffers from common cold then that person is not allowed to remain in public.