Sunday, 4 November 2012

insteresting facts around the world

  • a butterfly doesn't have a stomach.
  • a japanese native speaker said that learning the spanish language is easier than learning the english, an english native speaker said that learning spanish is easier than learning the japanese language.
  • less than 7% of the population of the world donate blood.
  • in china, li is the name of family for 87 milion people in the world.
  • more than 25% of the forest in the world is in siberia.
  • mosquitoes are attracted to the blue colour 2 times more than any colours.
  • the most-used name in italy is mario rossi, but the most-used name in the world is muhammad.
  • the longest earthworm in the world called magascolides, are found in australia in 1868 and can grow up to two metres long.
  • the magic word 'abracadabra' is believed to be used in curing fever disease from dust allergies that hit uerope a long time ago.
  • the most sensitive nerve in the human body is located in the back bone.
  • the tradition of giving each other presents on christmas day started from roman culture which celebrate satumalia in each december.
  • queen elizabeth 2 has two birthday dates, officially she was born on 21 april 1926 but celebrated on saturday in the second week of june with the reason that are many celebrations in the month, besides the weather at the time is not suitble to celebrate it.
  • rubber bands last longer when refrigerated.
  • there are 293 ways to make change for a dollar.
  • the shark is the only fish that can blink both eyes.
  • there are more chickens than people in the world.
  • a cat has 32 muscles in each ear.
  • an ostrich's eye is bigger than its brain.
  • it is impossible to sneeze with the eyes open.
  • the giant squid has the largest eyes in the world.

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