Time for some more randoms facts (part one)

I’ve never been shy about my love and appreciation for completely random but interesting facts. I enjoy reading them, and they’re educational, so as lame as this passion of mine may seem, at least I’m getting something constructive out of it.

Sometimes I prefer reading up on facts pertaining to a specific subject matter, and sometimes I would rather read facts that are entirely arbitrary. For today’s post, and tomorrow’s, we will be going with the arbitrary vibe.

These facts come from bestlifeonline.com.

  • “More human twins are being born now than ever before.
  • A narwhal’s tusk reveals its past living conditions.
  • The first person convicted of speeding was going eight mph.
  • ‘New car smell’ is the scent of dozens of chemicals.
  • The world wastes about 1 billion metric tons of food each year.
  • The severed head of a sea slug can grow a whole new body.
  • Hair and nails grow faster during pregnancy.
  • The world’s smallest reptile was first reported in 2021.
  • Many feet bones don’t harden until you’re an adult.
  • Some sea snakes can breathe through their skin.
  • The heads on Easter Island have bodies.
  • The moon has moonquakes.
  • Goosebumps are meant to ward off predators.
  • There’s no such thing as ‘pear cider.’
  • Pineapple works as a natural meat tenderizer.
  • Humans are the only animals that blush.
  • The wood frog can hold its pee for up to eight months.
  • The hottest spot on the planet is in Libya.
  • You lose up to 30 percent of your taste buds during flight.
  • Your nostrils work one at a time.
  • Only two mammals like spicy food: humans and the tree shrew.
  • A chef’s toque contains 100 folds.
  • Rabbits can’t puke.
  • The ‘M’s’ in M&Ms stand for ‘Mars’ and ‘Murrie.’
  • The human body literally glows.
  • Copper door knobs are self-disinfecting.
  • Cotton candy was invented by a dentist.
  • Marie Curie is the only person to earn a Nobel prize in two different sciences,” the web page states.

Check back tomorrow for more!

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