There are so many interesting facts out there. Many people do not know some facts and when they hear them, they say "wow." Below, I am going to give you 8 interesting facts that will make you go "wow!"
8 Ever Dropped a Raisin in a Glass of Champagne?
When you drop a raisin in the glass of champagne, do you know what it will do? It is going to bounce up and down from the bottom of the top, continuously.
7 Get a Mate for Your Female Ferret
If the female ferret goes into heat and she cannot find a mate, she will die. Many ferret owners know this, while some do not. So, before you get a female ferret, make sure you have a mate for her.
6 What Will Liquor on a Scorpion do?
Have you ever poured liquor on a scorpion? The tiniest drop on the scorpion will make them go insane and they will sting themselves to death. Wow!
5 When I Think of a Butterfly, I Think of Flutterby
Why do I think of a Flutterby? If you do much reading or look into history, you will learn that the first name to be given to a butterfly was actually a flutterby. How strange is that?
4 When Can't a Kangaroo Jump?
If the kangaroo's tail is not touching the ground, then they will not be able to jump. Now that I think about it, a kangaroo's tail is touching the ground before it jumps. Neat.
3 Snail Teeth?
It is possible for a snail to have 25,000 teeth. Such innocent creatures and their mouth is full of teeth?
2 Save Water, Give up One Pound of Beef --- Why?
Do you realize how much water it takes to produce one pound of beef? It takes about 2,500 gallons/pound of beef. Wow!
1 When Being Chased by a Crocodile, What Should You do?
When you are being chased by a crocodile, which I hope you never will be, you should run in zigzag. Why is this? Crocodiles are not good at running in zigzag and it will confuse them.
There you have 8 interesting facts that will make you go "Wow!" I always enjoy writing blogs like this; don't you like reading them? While I am full of interesting facts, I want you to tell me what interesting facts you know. What is your favorite?
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