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The Brazilian Wandering Spider

The Brazilian Wandering Spider

Brazilian Wandering Spider are most poisonous spider of the world until now with highly toxic venom. The venom attacks the neural synapses, ...

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Facts About Snakes

Facts About Snakes

The venom of the king cobra, the world's largest poisonous snake, is strong enough to kill an elephant. Venomous snakes use modified saliva...

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Smoking Interesting Facts

Smoking Interesting Facts

  Cigarettes are the most traded commodity, with approximately 1 trillion being sold from country to country each year. At a global ta...

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Facts About Volcanoes

Facts About Volcanoes

A volcano is a mountain that opens downward to a pool of molten rock below the surface of the earth. When pressure builds up, eruptions occur....

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Solar Eclipse-Interesting Facts

Solar Eclipse-Interesting Facts

A solar eclipse in when the Moon passes in front of the Sun casting a shadow on the Earth. As the Sun’s distance from Earth is around 400 times t...

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Plastic-Interesting Facts

Plastic-Interesting Facts

Plastics are such materials that can be molded into shape when soft, then set into a rigid or slightly elastic form. One plastic bottle ta...

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Facts About Sun

Facts About Sun

Sun is star in the center of the solar system consists of plasma with strong magnetic field. Its diameter of about 1,392,684 km,about 109 times tha...

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Facts About Bones

Facts About Bones

Bone give structure and shape to the body, also support and protect various glands of the body which produce red and white blood cells and store mi...

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Gold-Interesting Facts

Gold-Interesting Facts

Gold is very precious metal and widely used as a ornament. Different types of gold are in used like white gold, yellow gold, red gold and blue gold...

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Facts on Earth

Facts on Earth

Earth is the third planet from the sun, fifth largest in solar system and only one that contains life and only to support and atmosphere with oxyge...

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Jellyfish – Interesting Facts

Jellyfish – Interesting Facts

Jellyfish are soft body animals, having no bones, skeleton and shales to protect or support. Water give them support and structure if jellyfish cam...

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Facts About Water

Facts About Water

Water is beneficial as well as destructive. Beneficial because whole lives depends on water, it is the reason, we can see crops in our fields and d...

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Facts About Ants

Facts About Ants

Ants are capable of carrying objects 50 times their own body weight. Ants enslave other ants, keeping them captive and making them do work for...

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10 Interesting Nail Facts

10 Interesting Nail Facts

Nails are made of proteins called keratin. Nails grow at the rate of 0.1 mm daily. Nail on the middle finger of the dominant hand grows...

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10 Interesting Facts on Hurricane

10 Interesting Facts on Hurricane

First hurricane recorded in the American Colonies on August 25, 1635. Among natural disasters hurricane are most destructive. Hurrica...

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Human Body can Fire a Toy Cannon

Human Body can Fire a Toy Cannon

Though, it is not possible but this is a fact that a human body contains enough potassium to fire a toy cannon. Photo Courtesy-Flickr...

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Human Brain is More Electrical…

Human Brain is More Electrical…

It might sound strange, but yes this is a fact the human brain has the power to generate more electrical impulses in a single day than that of the ...

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Do You Know Who Discovered Tea?

Do You Know Who Discovered Tea?

Tea was discovered around 2737 BC in China. It is believed that one’s when Emperor Shen Nung (Shennong) was on a trip to a distant region with hi...

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