Unbelievable Facts That Are Actually True
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Getting angry at people when we listen to them breathing or eating is called Misophonia, which is an actual brain disorder.
Point Nemo is the point in the ocean farthest from land. There you are surrounded by nearly 9 million square miles of water.
Only one type of fish has been discovered that’s entirely warm-blooded, the Opah.
There is a hybrid rose called “Tiger Striped Rose”.
There is a tribe in India that has learned to train the roots of fig trees to create natural suspension bridges that can span over 100 feet, and last 500-600 years.
At birth, Polar bear can weigh as little as 1 pound, so small that you can hold in one your hands. At maturity, Polar bears can weigh as much as 1500lbs.
Jelly Belly tries to make a cheese pizza flavored jelly bean, but it turned out so bad that they introduced it as a vomit flavored been instead.
Human mind has two system for representing numbers: a subitizing system for numbers up to four, and a approximate/ratio estimation system for larger numbers. So when you see four or less of something, it more likely you’re recognizing a pattern of the object rather than counting them fast subconsciously.
In 2002, Kenyan Masai tribe people donated 14 cows to the US to help with the aftermath of 9/11.
There is a place a Mongolia declared sacred by Genghis Khan. The Darkhad, a group of elite warriors, guarded the land for 697 years. The only reason anyone could enter was to bury a relative of Genghis khan. When the site was first seen by archeologists in 1938, 1380 graves were found.