All babies are born with blue eyes.
Can you sneeze with your eyes 👀 open? NO ❌!
Your hair can hold a load weight of 3 kg (6.7 pounds).
Can you imagine how long a human DNA 🧬 is? If you stretch your entire chain of DNA, its length will be the distance from Pluto to the Sun and back.
Your nose and ears continue growing for your entire life.
A bolt of lightning is five times hotter than the Sun.
Light💡 particle photons are strange tourists! It takes 40,000 light years to travel from the Sun’s core to its surface, and only 8 minutes to reach Earth.
If a flea were a person 1.80 meters (5.9 feet) tall, it could jump 230 meters (252 yards) high. Yes, a flea can jump 130 times its own height!
You can not talk and inhale or exhale at the same time… try it!
Fun Facts in Numbers
The human body is made up of about 60% water, which is why it’s important to drink plenty of fluids to stay hydrated.
You have to involve 200 muscles to take just one step!
53 muscles that can be involved in a smile 😁
Did you know?
An electric eel produces an electric⚡️ current with a voltage of 650 volts. Touching it is the strongest 🤯 shock a person can feel. For comparison, in a normal outlet, the voltage is only 110 volts!
Fun Facts about Famous Scientists
Albert Einstein was a genius, but his talents were revealed quite late. After the scientist’s death, his brain 🧠 was the object of numerous studies.
Archimedes invented the law of liquid displacement while taking a bath 🛀 . According to legend, he jumped out of the bath with the cry “Eureka!” He was so excited that he forgot that he was not wearing any clothes.
Marie Curie, a female chemist 👩🔬 who discovered radium, a metal. She was the first person in the world to win the Nobel Prize twice.
Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo da Vinci was not only an artist 👨🎨 . He was also an outstanding mathematician, scientist 👨🔬 , writer ✍️ and even a musician.
Fun Facts about Space
We live in the Milky Way galaxy. It’s so big that it would need you about 100,000 light-years to reach its end.