The Ultimate Revelation Of 11 Funny Facts Of The Day.

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  1. 1 A lion’s roar are often heard from 5 miles away.

    To be more specific, a lion can roar as loud as 114 decibels, which is roughly 25 times louder than a gas-powered mower .

  2. 2 Snakes can help predict earthquakes.

    They can sense a forthcoming earthquake from 75 miles away (121 km), up to five days before it happens.

  3. 3 Genuine Leather Is Actually Pretty Crummy

    While that label might seem to imply something about a wallet or pair of boots' quality, in fact, the term "genuine leather" is a formal phrase applied to a leather that receives a corrected (in other words, artificial) grain that assumes it a more typical appearance. Leather buffs typically consider it as of inferior quality.

  4. 4 House Flies Live About a Month or Two

    Though the colloquial belief is that the common housefly lives just two to three days, in fact, the rather disgusting insect lives an average of one to two months, performing it plenty of opportunities to land on your food and make it gross.

  5. 5 Ants Refuse Medical Assistance When They Know They Are Mortally Wounded

    To avoid squandering the colony's resources, gravely injured ants will refuse the help of "paramedic ants" that would routinely try to aid them. As National Geographic report explains that the dies ants refused to cooperate, flailing their legs around when probed or picked up, forcing their helpers to abandon them.

  6. 6 Zebras' Stripes Are for Repelling Insects

    In one experiment, scientists placed zebra look-alike coats on regular horses and compared the result to "real" zebras. They found that flies that would typically be attracted to the horses seemed to be extremely thrown off when attempting to make a landing. However, the horse's heads—which weren't dressed up in zebra stripes— still attracted flies.

  7. 7 Camel Humps Are Devoid of Water

    Camels' humps are not for collecting water: they're for insulation and food storage. The hump is almost all fat, which regulates body temperature and serves as an alternative fuel source. When they're wandering for days at a time with no food in sight. Therefore where manage they store their water? Right in their bloodstream.

  8. 8 Malaria Is Responsible for the Deaths of Half the Humans Who Have Ever Lived

    It's one cruel killer.
    Malaria is a mosquito-borne infectious disease that affects humans and other animals. Malaria causes symptoms that typically include fever, tiredness, vomiting, and headaches. In severe cases it can cause yellow skin, seizures, coma, or death.

  9. 9 A baby spider is called a spiderling.

    Spiders aren’t cute, but this name quite is! Spiderling is the official name for immature spiders.


  10. 10 A sheep, a duck and a rooster were the primary passengers during a hot air balloon.

    You read that right – in 1783, the primary hot air balloon was launched carrying a sheep, duck, and a rooster.
    The flight lasted for 8 minutes before landing safely with its passengers.

  11. 11 Approximately 10-20% of U.S. power outages are caused by squirrels.

    Harmless and cute as they appear , these fuzzy little creatures aren’t as innocent as you think!
    Squirrels have a tendency of chewing the wires, but luckily it’s a simple fix.

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