The brain is 80% water.
Blue birds can’t see the color blue.
Penguins are able to jump 2 meters high.
Snails can sleep for 3 years.
Paparazzi means “Buzzing Mosquitoes” in Italian.
Elephants cant jump.
In 1962, an epidemic of laughing broke out in Tanganyika (now Tanzania). Starting among a group of schoolgirls, the laughter spread rapidly, eventually infecting neighbouring villages and forcing schools to close. It lasted for at least six months.
Anton-Babinski syndrome is a rare condition in which a blind person doesn’t realise they are blind. They usually insist they can see perfectly well, and make up excuses for why they make errors – such as blaming the quality of light in the room, or saying they’re a bit tired.
The idea of making people pay to use public toilets was introduced by the Roman emperor Vespasian, who instituted a ‘urine tax’ on public conveniences as a way of raising funds following a civil war.
The best way to tell if you have bad breath is to lick your wrist, let you saliva dry, and then smell it.