Facts About Eels

Facts About Eels

There are over 400 species of Eels in the world, occupying both saltwater and fresh water habitats. Although eels look like snakes, they are f...

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Facts About Pumpkins

Facts About Pumpkins

Over 1 billion pounds (450 million kgs) of pumpkin are produced in the US every year. Pumpkins are believed to have originated in North ...

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Interesting Facts About Cockroach

Interesting Facts About Cockroach

Cockroaches can eat just about anything, and can survive without food for long periods of time. A cockroach can hold its breath for 40 m...

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Facts About Pomegranate

Facts About Pomegranate

It reduces chances of cancer. The ancient Egyptians believed the pomegranate to be a symbol of fertility and used it in a variety of foo...

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Interesting Facts About Biscuits

Interesting Facts About Biscuits

A survey showed 29 per cent of adults say they have been splashed or scalded by hot drinks while dunking biscuits. The word 'biscuit' co...

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Facts About Rhinoceros

Facts About Rhinoceros

The name rhinoceros means ‘nose horn’ and is often shortened to rhino. The rhinoceros is a large herbivorous mammal, whose distingui...

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Interesting Facts About Olives

Interesting Facts About Olives

The olive is a species of small tree in the family Oleaceae, much of Africa, the Mediterranean Basin from Portugal to Turkey, the Arabian Peninsula...

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Interesting Facts About Weather

Interesting Facts About Weather

The Earth experiences millions of lightning storms every year, they are incredible discharges of electricity from the atmosphere that can reac...

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Facts About Owl

Facts About Owl

Its two eyes together weigh about 25.7 grams (almost an ounce), more than the eyes of a 200-pound human. Owl necks are longer and skinni...

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Interesting Facts About Optical Fiber

Interesting Facts About Optical Fiber

An optical fiber is a flexible, transparent fiber made of glass (silica) or plastic, slightly thicker than a human hair. It functions as a waveg...

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Facts About Cybercrime

Facts About Cybercrime

90 person of U.S companies said that their organization's computers were breached at least once in past 12 months. 65 percent of global inte...

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Facts About Books

Facts About Books

Ebook sales have officially topped printed book sales as of 2011. One in four Americans said they read ZERO books in the past year. ...

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Facts About Grapes

Facts About Grapes

There are more than 60 species and 8000 varieties of grapes all over the world. Some common varieties of grapes are blue, black, green, red, g...

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Facts About Dandruff

Facts About Dandruff

If these treatments and over-the-counter anti-dandruff products are ineffective, a dermatologist can recommend a prescription anti-dandruff th...

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Interesting Facts About Frog

Interesting Facts About Frog

There are approximately 4,740 species of frogs around the entire world. Amphibians shed their skin as they get bigger in size. The old s...

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Facts About Pollution

Facts About Pollution

The garbage dumped in the ocean every year is roughly around 14 billion pounds. Plastic is the major constituent. Approximately 40% of t...

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Interesting Facts About Math

Interesting Facts About Math

Mathematics is important in many different types of jobs, including engineering, business, science, medicine and more. It is believed th...

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Facts About Sunlight

Facts About Sunlight

In physics, light refers to electromagnetic radiation. The light we normally talk about in everyday life refers to the visible spectrum. ...

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Interesting Facts About Snails

Interesting Facts About Snails

Many species of snails actually hibernate during the colder months of the year. They cover their bodies with a thin layer of mucus which preve...

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Facts About Moon

Facts About Moon

The Moon takes about 27 days (27 days, 7 hours, 43 minutes, 11.6 seconds) to go all the way around the Earth and return to its starting positi...

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Interesting Facts About Shopping

Interesting Facts About Shopping

The average woman spends around 48 hours 51 minutes a year looking at shop window displays. The majority of women who love shopping are ...

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