The world is a strange, bizarre, and an intriguing place and so, we’ve got plenty of interesting random facts to share with you.
1. The Blue Whale’s Heart Is Massive
The heart of a blue whale, the world’s biggest animal, is five feet long and weighs 400 pounds. The whale weighs 40,000 pounds in total.
2. The Moon Plays a Part in Defining the Number Of Hours
The moon adds around 1.4 milliseconds to a day every hundred years. Days were 23 and not 24 hours long when dinosaurs roamed the earth, according to NASA.
3. Water Can Kill You
Excessive water consumption might be fatal. When consuming an excessive amount of fluids, you may have water intoxication or hyponatremia, which happens when an excessive amount of water is consumed.
4. Dolphins Have Names
You’ve undoubtedly heard that dolphins are very intelligent, but this is impressive. Dolphins have names for one another and use a distinct whistle to identify each other.
5. Peanuts Aren’t Nuts
Merriam-Webster defines a nut as “a hard-shelled dry fruit or seed having a detachable shell and internal kernel.” This indicates that walnuts, almonds, cashews, and pistachios are also not nuts.
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6. Cats’ Back Paws Have Fewer Toes
Cats have five toes on their front paws, like other four-legged animals, but only four on their rear paws. Scientists believe that the four-toed back paws help them sprint faster.
7. The Small Pocket Isn’t for Change.
That small pocket in your pants was meant to hold your pocket watch. The original pants had just four pockets. The tiny one, two in the front, and one in the back.
8. Humans Aren’t The Only Ones Who Dream.
According to research, rats dream about finding food or running through mazes. Because most mammals go through Random Eye Movement sleep, the cycle in which dreams occur. Scientists believe all the animals dream.
9. Your Heart Is A Hard Worker
Your heart is the hardest working muscle in your body, pumping more than 2,000 liters of blood every day and beating more than 2.5 billion times in a 70-year life span.
10. There Were Active Volcanoes On The Moon When Dinosaurs Were Alive
The majority of the volcanoes likely ceased to exist one billion years ago, but NASA studies show that there may have been active lava flow 100 million years ago on the moon when dinosaurs were still roaming.