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There is nothing like inner peace to the soul. But, as you choose to enter this story, this will make sure it is gone for life.
These little known facts will creep you out, gross you or simply make you laugh. But, here is everything you need to know. So it starts with your head being deceased, then your stomach churning, then some really deep secrets about somebody's sex life and finally some really bad ways to die will follow.
Amidst all that is trending and all those famous and amazing science facts that you already know, it's time to know something that ain't that normal. What a better place then to start here.
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Yes, your stomach is supposed to produce a new layer of mucus every two week, or else it could digest itself. Amazed, isn't it?
A survey of 1950's shows the most shocking statistics about men. 75% men were found to ejaculate only two minutes after penetration.
4 and a half foot long walrus penis is one artifact that comes only once in a century. And so it was auctioned at Beverly Hills and sold for $8,000.
The mating session of a rattlesnake can go as long as 22 hours. That requires hell of a stamina.
On an average, 12 innocent newborns will be given to the wrong parents daily. Horrifying fact, yeah!
The Quacking of a duck does not echo at all. And no one really knows why? Are you scared too?
The first ever Egyptian glue was made from boiled animal skins. Gross!
A drop of alcohol can make a scorpion go mad and sting himself to death.
A blue whale infant weighs 6,000 pounds when born. She gains 200 pounds with every passing day.
Beheading is torturous. Man can feel the pain for as long as 15 to 20 seconds after he is beheaded. It is the worst form of punishment ever.
Only one in a sea of 2 million people will live to be 116 years or older.
More than 100 people die chocking on their ball point pen, each year.
A murder is committed every 23 minutes in US, which makes it 22852 murders each year. We hope these facts teach you a bit about life around us, feel free to share.