Every 13th of August Every year on the 13th of August, the world celebrates International Left-Handers Day.
Malabar Giant Squirrel Found in eastern and southern India, the Malabar giant squirrel is a bright and multicolored squirrel. Also known as an Indian giant squirrel, they can grow to be as long as three feet.
Fact Of The Day: 500,000 Security Codes Per the Cisco Certifications Facebook page, it’s estimated that the entire world population spends 500,000 hours a day entering passwords or security codes of some sort.
Why Are Lips Red? Why do your lips have that natural reddish/pinkish tint to it? That is caused by the blood capillaries that are located just under your lips. The lips are a thinner layer of skin that reflect the color more.
No Spiders If you have a fear of spiders, your next move should be to move to the continent of Antarctica. Why? Because there are no spiders there. It is the ONLY continent where there are no spiders.
The Fear of Flowers Yes, there are people who suffer from a fear of flowers. The name of this phobia is Anthophobia.
What Do You Call A Group of Flies? A fly is a fly but what is it called when it’s a group of flies? The answer would be a “business” of flies. So next time someone says, “Mind your own business”, what they mean is you should go mind your own flies.
Where Do Potatoes Come From? Idaho may be the US capital for potatoes, but the South American country of Peru is the original hometown. Potatoes were first grown by the Inca Indians of Peru around the time of 8000 BC.
World’s Largest Gold Bar The world’s largest gold bar weighs 250,000 grams or 551.155 lbs. The bar is currently located in Kagawa Prefecture, Japan. It’s worth is over $10 million.
The Smallest Turtle In 2012, the smallest turtle was born at the Pacific Northwest Turtle Works in Kenmore, Washington. This turtle weighed in at a ‘beefy’ 1.22 grams.