Science Facts – 80 Interesting Facts About Science
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Interesting Science Facts
Mercury is the only metal to stay in liquid state at room temperature. It is because the mercury atoms have weak links with other mercury atoms, keeping it in liquid form.
Seahorses don’t have stomach; they have intestines for nutrient absorption. The food passes through the digestive system rapidly, so they have to eat crustaceans and planktons constantly.
There’s a flower that smells like rotting flesh, and hence the plant is named as “corpse flower”.
Cats always land on their feet.
Every single day, 41 new species are discovered.
6 is the average number of readers of a scientific paper published.
Mollusk, the worlds oldest creature was 507 years old, until scientists accidentally killed it.
Earthquakes can turn water into gold.
Lightning bold is 5 times hotter than the surface of the sun.
Salmon helps in growing hair faster.