FACT OF THE DAY
November 28 2020
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Carrots don't actually make your eyesight better.
May 21 2022
The human body needs iron to help perform a number of important functions. Iron helps carry oxygen to parts of your body in the form of hemoglobin. Not having enough can lead to iron deficiency and symptoms such as weakness and fatigue.
May 20 2022
Dimples on a golf ball help reduce drag, allowing the ball to fly further than a ball without dimples.
May 19 2022
Malaysia is a multi-cultural country full of amazing foods, artworks, people and wildlife.
May 18 2022
One of the most hydrating foods to eat is the cucumber, which is 96% water.
May 17 2022
There used to be fake Apple stores in China, even the staff were convinced they were working for Apple.
May 16 2022
Elephants are scared of bees.
May 15 2022
Over 90% of diseases are caused or complicated by stress.
May 14 2022
Seattle's Fremont Bridge rises up and down more than any drawbridge in the world.
May 13 2022
Edinburg was the first city in the world, which has its own fire brigade.
May 12 2022
Dolphins are intelligent animals that display a wide range of unique behaviors.
May 11 2022
There has been a regular-season NFL game on every single day of the week.
May 10 2022
Despite of having natural resources, Africa is the poorest and underdeveloped continent.
May 9 2022
Chimpanzees fart loudly and often without shame. It's actually the way scientist have located chimps to study in the wild.
May 8 2022
Unlike dogs, cats do not have a sweet tooth. Scientists believe this is due to a mutation in a key taste receptor.
May 7 2022
There are more than 200 languages spoken in Europe.
May 6 2022
Your death microbiome could catch your killer.
May 5 2022
When you remember a past event, you are remembering the last time you remembered it.
May 4 2022
Al Capone's business card said he was a used furniture dealer.
May 3 2022
The grass at Wimbledon was kept two inches long until 1949 when an English player was bitten by a snake.
May 2 2022