Top 20 Facts

  1. 14 Amazing Facts about Water
  2. Do You Know ?
  3. Fresh Snow
  4. Quick 5 Nature Facts
  5. The Ultra Rare Sumatran Rhinoceros
  6. Do you know that Crow can recognise your face ?
  7. The Blue Whale is the largest mammal on earth
  8. The Hippopotamus
  9. Female lions
  10. The venom of a King Cobra
  11. Honey Fact
  12. The Dudhwa National Park, Uttar Pradesh, India
  13. The Plants
  14. Giant Water Lily
  15. The Killer Whale Ocra
  16. Ostrich
  17. The Baby Sand Tiger Sharks
  18. The Japanese hornet
  19. The Coast Of São Paulo In Brazil
  20. Crow Can Recognise Your Face



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14 Amazing Facts about Water

Posted Date :   02 August 2017 10:57:29 AM  
  • 1.Toilets use 35% of indoor water use
  • 2.The average human brain contains around 78% water
  • 3.Sponges hold more cold water than hot
  • 4.Giraffes and rats can last longer without water than camels
  • 5.When water freezes it expans by 9%
  • 6.The WD in WD-40 stands for Water Displacer
  • 7.A giraffe can go longer without water than a camel
  • 8.An iguana can stay under water for 28 minutes
  • 9.The Atlantic Ocean is saltier than the Pacific
  • 10.You begin to feel thirsty when your body losses 1% of water
  • 11.Sound travels 4.3 times faster through water than in air
  • 12.Niagara Falls could fill 4,000 bathtubs every second
  • 13.A banana contains 75% water
  • 14.Rain contains vitamin B12

Do You Know ?

Posted Date :   02 August 2017 10:49:09 AM  
  • Rats breed so quickly that in just 18 months, 2 rats could have created over 1 million relatives.

  • The blue whale can produce the loudest sound of any animal. At 188 decibels, the noise can be detected over 800 kilometres away.

  • Horses and cows sleep while standing up.

  • Giant Arctic jellyfish have tentacles that can reach over 36 metres in length.

  • Locusts have leg muscles that are about 1000 times more powerful than an equal weight of human muscle.

  • Hummingbirds are so agile and have such good control that they can fly backwards.

  • Instead of bones, sharks have a skeleton made from cartilage.

  • Insects such as bees, mosquitoes and cicadas make noise by rapidly moving their wings.

  • The horn of a rhinoceros is made from compacted hair rather than bone or another substance.

  • Sharks lay the biggest eggs in the world.

  • Even when a snake has its eyes closed, it can still see through its eyelids.

  • Unlike humans, sheep have four stomachs, each one helps them digest the food they eat.

  • Despite the white, fluffy appearance of Polar Bears fur (which is transparent), it actually has black skin.

  • As well as being a famous Looney Tunes character, the Tasmanian Devil is a real animal that is only found in the wild in Tasmania, Australia. It is the largest carnivorous marsupial in the world.

  • The average housefly only lives for 2 or 3 weeks.

  • Mosquitoes can be annoying insects but did you know that it's only the female mosquito that actually bites humans.

  • Cats use their whiskers to check whether a space is too small for them to fit through or not.

Fresh Snow

Posted Date :   16 July 2017 10:56:38 PM  

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Fresh snow absorbs sound,lowering ambient noise.This is because air trapped betweensnowflakes weakens sound vibrations.That's whyeverything goes quit when it snows.

Quick 5 Nature Facts

Posted Date :   16 July 2017 10:50:44 PM  

1.A lobsters blood is colourless,but when exposed to oxygen its turns Blue.

2.The longest flying recorded of a chicken was 13 seconds.

3.Right handed people lives nine years longer than left handed people.

4.You are born with 300 bones,bt when you become an adult there is only 206 bones.

5.Goldfish can see both infrared and ultraviolet light.

The Ultra Rare Sumatran Rhinoceros

Posted Date :   07 July 2017 04:10:13 PM  

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The Ultra-Rare Sumatran Rhinoceros recently went dark for 40 Years before finally being spotted again in Indonesia. Fewer than 100 of these extremely solitary animals are thought to exist.They only come together to breed,yet they've managed to hang around for centuries.