Episode 4 (animal facts)

Koala fingerprints are so close to humans’ that they could taint crime scenes. Ghost crabs growl using teeth in their stomachs. Female lions do 90 percent of the hunting. Thank for being here

Episode 2 (random facts)

The longest river in the world is the River Nile, clocking 6,853km in length. Its water resources are shared by 11 different countries, too. It would take you approximately 18 months to walk all the way along The Great Wall of China. (It’s over 5,000 miles long). Acacia trees in Africa communicate with each other. …

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EP 1 (random facts)

There are 63 million pairs of chopsticks — or 126 million single sticks — manufactured in China every year. These range from mass-produced disposable chopsticks to high-quality sticks that can take up to (yes) a month to painstakingly make. This Southeast Asian country is the world’s largest island nation, but no one knows exactly how …

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Everything in space, including the Milky Way, is moving. The Earth moves around the Sun, the Sun moves in the Milky Way, and the Milky Way cruises through space. The Cosmic Microwave Background radiation, radiation left over from the Big Bang, is used as a reference point to measure the velocity of things moving in …

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EP 3 (animal facts)

Fish are aquatic vertebrates. They usually have gills, paired fins, a long body covered with scales, and tend to be cold-blooded. “Fish” is a term used to refer to lampreys, sharks, coelacanths and ray-finned fishes, but is not a taxonomic group, which is a clade or group containing a common ancestor and all its descendants. All …

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Elephants are the only species of animal other than man known to have rituals around death. Elephants even grieve for non-family members. Crocodiles can’t stick their tongues out due to it being attached to the bottom of its mouth by a membrane. Scorpions can hold their breath for up to 6 days. Some Green Tree …


Fun facts

The Barbie doll’s full name is Barbara Millicent Roberts, from Willows, Wisconsin. Her birthday is March 9, 1959, when she was first displayed at the New York Toy Fair.  The hardest working muscle in your body is your heart: It pumps more than 2,000 gallons of blood a day and beats more than 2.5 billion times in …

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