It is impossible to know everything. But you will probably find some interesting and surprising facts about the world in this article.
We are sure that no matter which learning source you choose, as long as you are learning and gaining knowledge.
9. Dolphins Eat Puffer Fish To Get High
Dolphins and humans are more alike than you think. The creators of a documentary noticed something strange during filming: young dolphins were seen carefully chewing the balloon and passing it between one another.
The pufferfish releases a nerve toxin that can be deadly, but in small amounts, it has a narcotic effect and the dolphins seem to notice it.
8. The Internet Speed At Nasa Is 91 Gigabits Per Second
This means that you will have the opportunity to download all the episodes of all your favorite series in just 1 second.
But, sadly, it is the speed of a private network that is used only in scientific institutions in the United States.
7. In 1999, Japan Changed Its Flag
Japan is an incredibly unique country. For example, the idea of national symbols is strange to the Japanese.
The Hinomaru (“circle of the sun”) was a symbol that helped distinguish Japanese ships from foreign ones. Only in 1999, the design of the flag changed slightly.
6. In 2012, J.k. Rowling Was Excluded From The Forbes List Because She Spent $160 Million On Charity
Britain’s richest woman has been successful in the blink of an eye and proves that money can’t spoil good people: the writer helps single parents and runs a clinic that studies multiple sclerosis.
Thanks to her income, Rowling always appears on various lists, except for 2012. This was the year the writer spent around $ 160 million on charity.
5. In Japan, Seals (Hanko) Are Used In Lieu Of Signatures
To open a bank account or confirm delivery of a shipment, you will need the Hanko, a personal seal. Sometimes people sign documents, but Hanko is still the main tool for verifying their identity.
4. Being Struck By Lightning Leaves This Pattern On People’s Skin
Few people survive lightning. Those who manage to survive to get mysterious patterns called “Lichtenberg figures” or “lightning flowers.”
Also, these “tattoos” occur on any surface and material that has been damaged by high voltage.
Unfortunately, there is no science that can explain why these patterns occur in lightning victims.
3. In The Philippines, There’s An Island Within A Lake On An Island Within A Lake On An Island
Sometimes nature gets lazy and creates landscapes with the help of Ctrl + C + Ctrl + V. Taal Lake proves that Mother Nature has an incredible sense of humor.
2. What’s Eagle Vision?
Having an eagle vision means:
- observe an ant on the floor of the roof of a 10-story building
- see the expressions on the faces of basketball players in the worst seats in the arena
- to detect more colors and UV radiation
- have a 340-degree field of view
1. Germany Counts Its Trees
If you visit Germany, you will notice that the trees in the parks are numbered. People count trees and collect data like age, status, etc.
All trees must be properly cared for so that they do not fall over. Yes, Germans are famous for their love of order in every sphere.
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