31 Amazing Facts

amazing facts

We are back with some new random facts. In this post, we will share you with 31 amazing facts which will blow your mind. Below are the amazing facts

31 Amazing facts (1-15)

  1. In ancient time doctors used spider web as a bandage.
  2. German chocolate name is taken from a boy named Sam German and not from country Germany.
  3. Vending machine kills 4 times more people per year than a shark.
  4. Mosquitoes kill more people per year than snake, shark or any other species.
  5. A pencil has enough lead to draw a 53 kilometres (33 miles) long line.
  6. An average of 4 years old kid asks an average of 400 questions per day.
  7. Our skin is home to more lives (bacteria, insects etc.) than people lives on earth.
  8. Every day 60-ton stardust ( cosmic dust ) fall in the earth from space. And this dust is inhaled by every living species on earth.
  9. Beaver holds their partner’s hand while sleeping.
  10. A starfish can grow its limbs back. In fact, starfish’s limb can grow its whole body.
  11. Mimic octopus not only changes its colour but also can mimic the size of other fishes and snake.
  12. An Ostrich’s egg is equal to 2 dozen of hen eggs. It weighs 1.4 kilos (3 lbs) and enough for 12 peoples breakfast.
  13. Black cats are considered as good luck in Great Britain and China.
  14. An adult camel can drink 113 litres ( 30 gallons) of water within 13 minutes.
  15. The total weight of the ants on the earth is more than the weight of the people on the earth.

31 Amazing facts

  1. Just to produce half kilograms (1 lb) of honey, the bees have to roam on 2 lakh flowers.
  2. A tiger and a Cat have 95.6% similar DNA.
  3. The last alphabet included in English was not ‘Z’ it is ‘J’.
  4. In the 18th century in the name of fashion statement, people wore artificial moles on their face made from Velvet, Silk and Ratskin.
  5. If we can remove the space between the atoms, which form the humans then all the population on the earth can be stored in an apple size earth.
  6. Before the invention of colour television, 75% of people claimed that they dream in B&W (black and white). Now just 16% of people say this.
  7. World’s only 3 wealthiest family has more money than the total 48 poor countries have.
  8. if the human brain would be a computer then in every second it performs 36,000 trillion operations.
  9. The grass is the best part of the earth. It covers 25% of the land of the earth and it is consumed by the majority of earth’s species and is the most consumable thing on earth.
  10. Mountaindew can easily dissolve a rat.
  11. In Japan, pupils clean their classrooms themselves.
  12. A photon takes 200,000 years to travel from the core to surface of the sun and just more than 8 minutes from sun to earth.
  13. Charlie Chaplin scored the third position in a competition called Look-Alike Charlie Chaplin.
  14. Caged crows are better in mimic than parrots.
  15. Spain will have the eldest person after 2050. Total 40% of the population of the country will be at the age of 60.
  16. In Himachal Pradesh Indian there is a village called Alan. In this village, visitors are not allowed to touch any of villager. If someone found guilty of touching, then a fine of 1000 INR is punishable.

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Ocean Pollution Facts

ocean pollution facts

Ocean, the place where the power of a human is useless. Till now humans just discovered only less than 10% of the ocean. But 95% of pollution occurred in the ocean by human activities. The pollution in the ocean disturbed the sealife ecosystem. The pollution in the ocean disturbed the sea life ecosystem. Some of the sea creatures are near too extinct due to ocean pollution. Let check out some ocean pollution facts.

Ocean Pollution Facts

Main Pollution Sources

Plastic is the most common pollutant in oceans. It takes so many long time to decompose.

Only plastic is responsible for 80% of the negative effects on sea life.

45,000 pieces of plastic are floating in every square mile of the ocean.

90% of plastic is carried in the ocean by just 10 rivers. The rivers are

  1. Yangtze River- China
  2. Hai he River – China
  3. Yellow River – China
  4. Pearl River – China and Vietnam
  5. Indus River – China, India and Pakistan
  6. Amur River – Russia and China
  7. Mekong River- China, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam.
  8. Ganga River – India and Bangladesh
  9. Nile River – Egypt, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda, Burundi, Kenya, Ethiopia, Sudan, and Zaire
  10. Niger River – Guinea, Mali, Niger, Benin, and Nigeria

Toxic metals are also responsible for pollution in the ocean.

Nuclear active wastage, which is dumped in the ocean also causes pollution.

Organic waste carried in the ocean by sewage creates biodiversity

Other sources of ocean pollution are oil, dirt, septic tanks, farms, ranches, motor vehicles. Daily thousand of tons of garbage is dumped in the ocean.

ocean pollution facts

Effect on Ecosystem

There are some places in the ocean, which are considered dead zones because of the presence of a high quantity of pollutants. 

There is very very little sea life in dead zones. Only rigid creatures can survive there.

Every year three lakh (300,000) dolphins die entangled in discarded fishing nets.

One lakh (100,000) ocean mammals die due to ocean pollution every year.

Eating contaminated seafood cause diseases like cancer, immune dysfunction, etc.

Garbage island

In the Pacific Ocean, there is an island formed from the garbage. It has an approx area of 700,000 square kilometers.

The island is bigger in size than any state of India.

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Gorilla Facts

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Gorillas are closest living relatives to humans after the chimpanzees and bonobos. They have similar DNA to human. These large apes are native to Africa. They live on the ground and eat herbivorous. Gorillas are divided into two groups, the eastern gorillas and the western gorillas. Let’s see some Gorilla facts :).

Gorilla Word

Gorilla word has come from the Greek Word “Gorillai“. Which means “Hairy Woman”.

Closest relatives to humans

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DNA of gorillas and humans are 95-98% are identical.

Contraceptives pill of humans are equally effective to gorilla.

Gorilla can be affected by human body disease.


Gorilla usually lives in the group. A group may have of as many as 50 members and as few as 2 members.

Troops or bands are the names given to the group of gorillas.

The leader of bands is called silverback. It is the most dominant male in band and can be identified by the strip of grey hairs on his back

After the death of silverback, the band members move on separate ways and join the new groups

If a young male gorilla challenges silverback to become new leader and wins. Then the band remains intact. 

Gorillas build nest to sleep.

Food factors

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Gorillas eat vegetation such as wild celery, shoots, roots, fruit, tree bark and tree pulp.

 In a single day, a male can eat up to 20 kilograms (44 pounds) of vegetation.

 Sometimes they eat small animals and insects.

The digestion process continuously goes on in the gorilla to digest the food. So farting in gorilla is a common thing.

Body Structure

A mature gorilla can be 6ft tall and weigh 225 kilograms (500 pounds).

Gorilla’s hands are bigger than the legs.

61% of them walk using legs and knuckles and remainder uses all part of the hand, like palm

Humans have fingerprints but Gorillas have nose print. Every gorilla has a unique nose print.

World’s largest primates

Gorillas are the world’s largest living primates.

Like humans, female gorillas give birth to one child at a time after a nine-month pregnancy.

Female gorilla gives birth to a child in the period of 5-6 years. In entire life give birth to only three or four children.

Gorilla’s child ride on mother’s back for transportation from the age of 4 months to age 2-3 years.

Some other Gorilla Facts

Like a squirrel, gorillas are too a friend of the environment. They also play a vital role in seed dispersal.

A gorilla was paid $500 for shooting cover photo for National Geographic.

Gorillas are fond of petting the frogs.

70 to 95% gorillas in d’Odzala National Park, Congo died because of Ebola virus from 2003 to 2005.

In Rwandan forest, two young gorillas teamed up to find and destroy traps. Because one of their band members died due to the traps.

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25 Amazing Facts About Animals And Birds

amazing facts about animals and birds

Interesting facts about animals and birds. We live surrounded by different types of animals and birds. In a different location, we are surrounded by different types of animals and birds. As a human we are also curious to know about others who are not surrounding us. So we are sharing a few amazing facts about animals and birds. 🙂

Interesting Facts About Animals And Birds


Reptiles- amazing facts about animals and birds
  1. The snakes do not have ears, They hear from their tongues.
  2. Most snakes give eggs and few give birth to snakelets (baby snakes).
  3. Crocodiles can jump upside from the water and can catch flying birds.


Mammals  - amazing facts about animals
  1. Bats can eat the insects half weight of their weight in a night.
  2. A giraffe can not sleep more than one hour.
  3. Elephant’s body grows for a lifetime. That way the leader of the group has the biggest body.
  4. Camel can drink 135 liters of water in only 10 minutes.
  5. Zebra has black skin and white stripes on its body.
  6. Baby elephants drink their mother’s milk for 5 years.
  7. Kangaroos are good swimmers.
  8. Mole rats have to eat continuously. If they do not eat continuously they can die.
  9. The only animal which can not jump is an elephant.
  10. Koala has similar fingerprints like Humans.
  11. Sloths take two weeks to digest their food.
  12. In a lifetime a cow gives an average of 200,000 glasses of milk.
  13. Orangutans often fall from the tree. Due to falling 50% of them have fractured bones.

Amazing Facts About Animals And Birds


Birds - amazing facts about birds
  1. The owl can rotate its head to 270 degrees.
  2. Three percent of the ice present in Antarctica is the urine of penguins.
  3. Ostrich’s eyes are bigger than their brain.


Arthropods - Facts Adda
  1. The male butterfly can smell a female from miles away.
  2. A flea can survive in extreme conditions. If we freeze a flea for a year it would be alive after melting the ice.
  3. Mosquitoes bite females more than males.
  4. Bee does dance to tell the location and distance of any food to other bees.
  5. A flea can jump 200 times of their size.
  6. Most spiders are not harmful to humans.

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Name of the group of the animals and birds

Like humans have the name for their group humans also give the name to the animals and birds. The group of animals and birds have the different name. The funny group name is given to the panda’s group. Below are the names of the group of animals called.

Animal Group Name

Animal Group Name
  1. A group of Pandas is called – Embarrassment
  2. A group of Elephants is called – HerdAnimals Group Name 
  3. A group of Giraffes is called- Tower
  4. A group of Cats is called – Clowder, Cluster, Ponce
  5. A group of Bear is called- Sloth or Sleuth
  6. A group of Tigers is called- Ambush
  7. A group of Lions is called- Pride
  8. A group of Monkeys is called- Troop
  9. A group of Peacocks is called- Muster
  10. A group of Rabbits is called- Colony and Nest
  11. A group of Butterflies is called- Kaleidoscope
  12. A group of Crocodiles is called – Bask
  13. A group of Apes is called – Troop
  14. A group of Bacteria is called – Culture
  15. A group of Camels is called – Caravan
  16. A group of Cattle is called – Drove, Herd, Kine
  17. A group of Chicks is called – Clutch
  18. A group of Dogs is called – Pack
  19. A group of Hens is called – Brood
  20. A group of  Kangaroos is called – Mob, Troops
  21. A group of Goats is called – Trip
  22. A group of Hyenas is called – Clan
  23. A group of Kittens is called – Litter
  24. A group of Leopards is called – Leap
  25. A group of Owls is called – Parliament
  26. A group of Oxen is called – Team, Yoke
  27. A group of Puppies is called – Litter
  28. A group of Ships is called – Armada, Fleet, Flotilla
  29. A group of Snakes is called – Bed, Den, Nest, Pit
  30. A group of Sparrows is called – Host, Flight
  31. A group of Whales is called – Pods
  32. A group of Wolves is called –Pack
  33. A group of Zebras is called – Herd
  34. A group of Antelopes is called – Herd
  35. A group of beavers is called –  Colony, Lodge
Animal Group Name

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Harms of plastic material

Plastics are a part of our daily life but that does not mean it is safe or healthy for us. Plastic production has many negative health and environmental effects. Polythene or plastic bags are thrown out they mixed with debris and shattered into various streets, parks, and beaches, which cause problems for every kind of living being. On the other hand, if the plastic is burned then they disseminate toxic fumes and hazardous gases onto the air, which causes air pollution. check out plastic pollution facts and the harms of plastic.

Plastic Pollution Facts

plastic pollution facts

Plastic is part of major pollutions like ocean pollution, soil pollution, air pollution.

One-third of the litter on beaches is plastic.

8.3 billion tons of plastic garbage has been produced worldwide, since 1950.

Only 10 rivers carried 90% of plastic garbage in the ocean. 8 of them belong from the Asia region and 2 from Africa.

Every year 1 million animals and seabirds are died because of plastic.

In the last 50 years, plastic production doubled which means plastic garbage is also doubled.

We use 50% of plastic, just for one time, and throw it after.

 12 minutes is the average time that a plastic bag is used.

In One minute, 2 million plastic bags are used worldwide.

In one minute, 1 million plastic bottles are used worldwide.

Every year, an average person eats 70,000 microplastic.

Every year we produce enough plastic garbage that can circle the earth four times.

Plastic usually takes 700-1000 years to decompose naturally.

In Some countries plastic bags are illegal.

Harms of plastic

plastic pollution facts

The common chemical used in everyday products such as plastic drink containers and baby bottles, create health problems.

Plastic affects differently on every human being, on some, it causes problems like migraine, dizziness, acute skin irritation.

Water bottles have very low doses of bisphenol, which causes cancers, impaired immune function, early onset of puberty, obesity, diabetes, and hyperactivity.

Packing of many foods like fish, meat, cheeses, peanuts contains plastic, can cause eyes irritation, nose or throat problems.

The Wildlife and sealife also got disturbed with plastic. whales, dolphins, seals, and turtles die due to plastic bags. Some wild animal dies after eating plastic from the garbage.

plastic pollution facts

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