Facts About Scorpions

Facts About Scorpions

Scorpions are arthropods, they have eight legs, two pedipalps, and a tail with a venom-injecting barb. Scorpions have two venom glands t...

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Interesting Facts About Coal

Interesting Facts About Coal

Coal was formed about 300 million years ago. Coal is made largely of carbon but also features other elements such as hydrogen, oxygen, s...

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Facts About Money

Facts About Money

Cattle are probably the oldest of all forms of money. Cattle as money dates back to 9000 B.C. Some cattle were still used as money in parts of...

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Interesting Facts About Mouse

Interesting Facts About Mouse

The smallest mouse species is the African Pygmy mouse. Adults are between 1.2 - 3.1 inches (30 and 80 mm). Mouse use their whiskers to s...

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Facts About Deer

Facts About Deer

There are 38 species of deer around the world, including the reindeer, elk and moose. Male deer grow new antlers each year. Deer e...

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Interesting Facts About Space

Interesting Facts About Space

The density of Saturn is so low that if you were to put it in a giant glass of water it would float. The actual density of Saturn is 0.687 g/c...

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Facts About Stress

Facts About Stress

While it is a myth that stress can turn hair gray, stress can cause hair loss. In fact, telogen effluvium (hair loss) can begin up to three mo...

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Interesting Facts About Rabbits

Interesting Facts About Rabbits

The male rabbit is called a buck, the female is called a doe and a young rabbit is called a kit (or kitten). Rabbits are herbivores and ...

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Facts About Eyebrows

Facts About Eyebrows

According to the Bosley hair transplant company, the average person has about 250 hairs per eyebrow. However, some reports show that never-plu...

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Interesting Facts About Skin

Interesting Facts About Skin

Acne is a very common skin problem, affecting about 40 million to 50 million Americans. The skin releases as much as three gallons of sw...

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Facts About Leopards

Facts About Leopards

Leopards are part of the cat family, Felidae. The scientific name for a leopard is Panthera pardus. Leopards are strong.They are able to...

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Interesting Facts About Sparrow

Interesting Facts About Sparrow

Sparrows are generally social birds, with many species breeding in loose colonies and most species occurring in flocks during the non-breeding...

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Facts About Fever

Facts About Fever

Fevers turn on the body's immune system. Fevers are one of the body's protective mechanisms. Fevers with infections don't cause brain da...

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Interesting Facts About Chicken

Interesting Facts About Chicken

Female chickens are called pullets for their first year or until they begin to lay eggs. For most breeds, around 20 weeks is a typical age for...

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Facts About Blackcurrant

Facts About Blackcurrant

Black currant berries are available in early summer. The Black current berry is slightly larger then the Red or White varieties. Blackcu...

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Interesting Facts About Lizards

Interesting Facts About Lizards

The tail of some lizards separate from the body when the lizard is grabbed. The tail that is left behind wriggles, confusing the other animal....

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Facts About Lungs

Facts About Lungs

You take approximately 22,000 breaths every 24 hours. The Breathing Rate is quicker in women and children than in Men. Around 1 litre of...

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Interesting Facts About Crying

Interesting Facts About Crying

Women in wealthier, Western economies cry much more than women in poorer countries where women have fewer rights, says Dr. Ad Vingerhoets, a c...

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Facts About Butterfly

Facts About Butterfly

Butterflies attach their eggs to leaves with a special glue. Butterflies taste with their feet. Taste receptors on a butterfly's feet he...

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Facts About Mars

Facts About Mars

Mars is nicknamed the red planet because it is covered with rust-like dust. Even the atmosphere is a pinkish red, colored by tiny particles of...

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Interesting Facts About Peacock

Interesting Facts About Peacock

A peacock is a male peafowl, the Peahen is a female Peafowl belonging to the pheasant family of Birds. Peacocks have a crested head and a very...

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