These Facts Are Smart! (15 PICS)

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Iguanas have 3 eyes. The third eye is on top of its head and only perceives brightness.

Las Vegas is the brightest spot on the planet when it’s seen from space.

Australia is as wide as the moon.

A praying mantis can turn its head 360 degrees.

 

 

Shoe shops used X-Ray machines to fit shoes in the 1940s before the risks of X-Rays were discovered.

 

Grilled or baked watermelons can be a perfect substitute for meat.

 

 

February used to be the last month of the year, that’s why it has the shortest number of days.

 

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The expiration date on a water bottle is for the bottle itself, not the water.

In approximately 4,000 years Big Ben in London will be at the same angle as the tower in Pisa because it’s sinking into the banks of the Thames.

We’re taller in the morning and shorter at night.

Apples help you stay awake better than coffee does.

 

 

Your tonsils can grow back if there is some tissue left behind during the removal process.

 

Boiling water puts out fire better than cold water.

 

 

Bluetooth is named after the Viking king Harald Bluetooth.

 

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Oak trees don’t produce acorns until they are 50 years old.

It will take you 3 hours to read the longest English word.

Boeing uses potatoes to test Wi-Fi because they absorb the signals similar to how people do.

Women blink more often than men.

 

 

A cow can be led upstairs but not downstairs unless you force it.

 

Cats are also allergic to humans. Or rather, their perfume or soap.

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Lenora 10 month s ago
#4 Nope! It can turn it's head 180deg either way not a complete rotation which is 360deg.
       
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Sly 10 month s ago
Lenora,

Not very good at maths, huh ?
180 plus 180 IS 360
       
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Wilda 10 month s ago
Big Ben is the bell inside the tower. Not the clock tower itself.
       
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Vanna 10 month s ago
There won't be a London in 1000 years. Just sea.
       
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Sly 10 month s ago
Vanna,
Yes, just wait and sea.
       
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Rilly 10 month s ago
Vanna,
It will be under a mile thick glacier. Again.
       
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Sophia 10 month s ago
not true about oak trees
       
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Rilly 10 month s ago
#3 My thumb is as wide as the moon if I hold it right in front of my eye.
       
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Obedience 10 month s ago
Your February story is B.S.
       
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Lem 10 month s ago
Obedience,

it is not BS, in old Roman empire at BC the new year started with spring in March still in Persian speaking countries it is, that why October means eight but it is the tenth month now!
       
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Malinda 10 month s ago
#11 is complete BS.

I have a few oak trees in my yard that are nowhere near 50 years old and they produce acorns every two years.

What the post should say is that, most oaks reach their PEAK acorn production at the age of 50.
       
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Ote 10 month s ago
#12 Germans: pathetic
       
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