50 Interesting Random Facts You Probably Don't Know - Facts Did You Know?

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1.  Kiwi contains twice as much Vitamin C as an orange.

2.  A male cheetah is social able and is often seen in small groups.

3.  Penguins spend about half of their lives on land and half in the oceans.



penguins facts
PENGUINS



4.  The lifespan of giant pandas in the wild is approximately 20 years.

5.  Weightlessness makes astronauts grow several centimeters during a long mission.

6.  Quasar 3c273 is 4 trillion times brighter than the sun and 100 times brighter than the output of all the stars in the Milky Way. It’s so bright, that if it were 33 light years away, it would shine just as bright in the sky as the sun, which is only 8 light minutes away.

7.  Hitler was a Vegetarian and created laws against animal cruelty.

8.  Some millipedes will sing and give back rubs to relax a female while mating.

9.  The fastest dog in the world is the Greyhound, which is why Greyhound racing is such a popular sport in certain parts of the world. They can run up to 45 mph, compared to the average dog speed of 19 mph.

10.  A group of zebras is called a ‘zeal’.




zebra unknown facts
ZEBRA



11.  The intestines of an adult giraffe measure more than 70 m (230 ft) in length.

12.  Due to their similar protein composition, blood can be used as an egg substitute in baking and making ice cream.

13.  "Owls don't have eyeballs. They have eye tubes."




owl Facts
OWLS




14.  Koalas store leaves in their cheek pouches to eat them later.

15.  Mercury and Venus are the only two planets in our solar system that do not have any moons.




Venus Facts 2019
VENUS




16.  The spikes at the end of a dinosaur’s tail are called the thagomizer, a term coined by Gary Larson in a 1982 Far Side comic.

17.  Ladybugs, the small, spotted beetles that are commonly seen in gardens, come in a variety of colors and numbers of spots.

18.  A Cleveland Browns fan requested six Cleveland Browns pallbearers at his funeral so the Browns could let him down one last time.

19.  Many species of owls have special feathers for flying silently.



20.  Male bull reindeer can measure up to 214cm and can weigh up to 700lb.

21.  For the 4th consecutive year, Google was named the best company to work for in the U.S. by Fortune Mag in 2014.

22.  There are a newly found cockroach species in the U.S. that can survive freezing temperatures.

23.  Cheetahs were trained by man for hunting as long as 3000 BC.




cheetah Facts
CHEETAH




24.  The bald eagle was added to the list of endangered species in the United States in 1967 and its numbers have recovered well since.

25.  Owls are farsighted, meaning they can’t see things close to their eyes clearly.


26.  Pandas can poop up to 48 pounds per day.

27.  The mortality rate of a Black Mamba snake bite is almost 100%.

28.  Goat’s milk is higher in calcium, vitamin A and niacin than cow’s milk.

29.  You can see another galaxy with the naked eye: the Andromeda Galaxy, 2.2 million light years away.

30.  Lemurs bask in sunlight during the morning and it is often a group activity.

31.  Crocodiles have brains no larger than a cigar.



crocodile facts
CROCODILES



32.  The Cesky Terrier is the rarest breed of dog in the world. Around 350 of them exist in total worldwide.

33.  All clownfish are born male and some develop female reproductive organs when needed.

34.  Beetles are the common name for an order of insects called Coleoptera.




beetle facts
BEETLE




35.  Lemurs bask in sunlight during the morning and it is often a group activity.

36.  Crocodiles have brains no larger than a cigar.

37.  All clownfish are born male and some develop female reproductive organs when needed.

38.  Beetles are the common name for an order of insects called Coleoptera.

39.  Every eleven years, the magnetic poles of the Sun switch. This cycle is called Solarmax.

40.  The name comet comes from the Greek word meaning ‘hair of the head’, it came from the Greek philosopher Aristotle who observed comets as ‘stars with hair’.

41.  There is an estimated 2 x 1023 stars in space. In English, this is: 200,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000!

42.  There is a sea snail that wears a suit of iron-plated armor. It is the only known animal to use iron sulfide as a skeletal material.

43.  Hamsters have a large cheek in which they carry food back to their burrows. Full pouches can make their heads double or triple in size.

44.  Some lizards can detach their tails if caught by predators.



lizards facts
LIZARD



45.  Sheep prefer to drink from running water, instead of water from a trough.

46.  The closest living relative of the koala is the wombat.

47.  Lizard and snake species make up the largest number of different reptiles.

48.  Swans can fly as fast as 60 miles per hour!

49.  There was a proposal to make the moon 51st State of the USA in 2012.

50.  It’s not a flock, it’s not a herd – a group of cats together is known as a ‘clowder’.






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