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That is why it is called laughing gas. Leap Year Julius Caesar introduced the leap year in the Gregarian calendar. Word Without Vowel RHYTHM is a six letter word which has no vowel. Saccharin Saccharin is 500 to 700 times more sweeter compared to that of sugar. Perfumes Sperm whale produces ambergris which is used for making perfumes. Bacteria Bacteria had been discovered at an altitude of 1,35,000 ft, during a space flight in April 1967. Jet Plane A jet plane can fly around the earth in less than a day (Fig.
Kangaroo The kangaroo uses its thick tail as a fifth limb. Leech A leech after sucking the blood for 20 minutes increases its body weight five-fold and it hardly needs another meal up to a year. Dog-spectators A film called, “The Dog that saved Hollywood” was shown to an audience of 100 dogs. Camel In a sandstorm, the camel can close its nose. Cat’s Sleep Human beings sleep for about eight hours in every twenty-four hours, but cats sleep for about sixteen hours in twenty-four hours. Dangerous to Touch Electric eel can produce electricity, which is sufficient to light up ten bulbs.
Teeth Cleaning Brushing your teeth with salt cleans them as effectively as brushing them with tooth paste. The Hair Facts On an average, both men and women have a total of about 5 million hairs on their bodies. Fair-haired people have slightly more than the average, redheads slightly fewer. The only areas that are totally hairless are the lips, the palms of the hands, the soles of the feet, the sides of the toes and fingers and the upper part of the ends of the fingers and toes. The Mighty Snore The sound of a snore (up to 69 decibels) can be almost as loud as the noise of a pneumatic drill (70-90 decibels).
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