Getting to know about some random facts is the most interesting thing and it is something you can never get bored of if you got a curious mind that always is in a search of something new.
Also, these facts could be nice ice-breakers or just fun conversation starters. Now just arm yourself with these cool, unbelievable, and very interesting facts coming your way.
1) You can tell if water is hot or cold by listening to the sound it makes.
British sensory branding company did an experiment where they recorded pouring a glass of cold water and a glass of hot water and made people guess. Interestingly enough, most of them guessed which was which correctly.
2) Mom dolphins sing to their babies while they’re in the womb
Dolphin moms teach their babies a “signature whistle” while they are in the womb. These whistles in the dolphin world are their names and how they recognize each other.
3) Giant mushrooms
Over 400 million years ago, the natural landscape was not as abundant in trees and plants, instead, there were giant 24 ft (8 m) mushrooms towering over everything!
4) Honey doesn’t go bad.
Honey is the only food that doesn’t spoil. Yes, if you buy a jar of honey now, your great-great-great-great-great grandkids can still eat it one day, without any problems! It does, however, crystallize with time, but all you have to do is put it in water and warm it until it’s back to its original state and you can eat it.
5) Scotland’s national animal is a unicorn
The unicorn is frequently found as an ornament on mercat crosses. And in Forres, Scotland there is a National Unicorn Museum.
6) Winnie the Pooh was actually a girl
He is a “he” in the books and cartoons, but it turns out that the character was inspired by a real, female bear, called Winnipeg or Winnie.
Surprised, aren’t you?
Cool random fact you know!
7) There are more ways to arrange a deck of cards than there are atoms on Earth
There are a lot of ways to arrange a deck of cards. The number starts with an 8 followed by 67 zeros.
We’re sure these facts were as surprising to you as they were to us.
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