Which animal has 25,000 teeth? On which planet a day is longer than a year? How many such interesting facts are you aware of? In this article on 20 random facts, we will look into some of the most bizarre facts that are too weird to be true but they are true!
1141. Russia’s surface area is little bit larger than Pluto.
1142. Nicholas Cage was the guy who encouraged Johnny Depp to pursue his career in acting.
1143. 30 to 90 gms of polar bear’s liver in a single meal can kill a human.
1144. Did you know that in the early 1900s lobsters were considered food for the poor, it was during world wars that lobsters emerged as a delicacy?
1145. A hare when born has fur and can see whereas the rabbit when born is naked and is blind.
1146. Did you know that dolphins have names for each other?
1147. Did you know a day on Venus is longer than a year on Venus?
1148. Just like humans, ants stretch when they get up in the morning.
1149. Did you know few butterflies have sham heads near their butts to confuse the predator?
1150. Crystallization of sugar from sugarcane juice was invented in India.
1151. The famous “Keep Calm and Carry On” slogan was actually created by the government of Britain to keep the British people calm and composed during the world war.
1152. Cow can go upstairs but can’t get down from the stairs.
1153. Did you know a snail can have nearly 25,000 teeth?
1154. This might sound crazy but a pound of lemon contains more sugar than a pound of strawberry.
1155. There is something called as Wife Carrying Championships in Finland. The first prize is the wife’s weight of beer.
1156. Bubble Wrap was actually invented to use it as a 3D wallpaper.
1158. Before the coffee gained popularity, beer was the famous breakfast beverage in US.
1159. Chicken tikka masala, one of the delicious foods thought to be invented in India, was actually invented in Glasgow, Ireland.
1160. Marvel Comics launched Spider Man India in 2004. The names were changed accordingly, from Peter Parker to Pavitr Prabhakar, from Mary Jane to Meera Jain and from Aunt May to Auntie Maya.