62 Random Facts That Are Very Interesting
Random Facts So Interesting You’ll Say, “OMG!”
THESE FUN FACTS WILL BLOW YOUR MIND.
62 random facts that are very interesting. Have you ever heard a fact or a random facts piece of trivia? That has made you think despite, it being kind of useless. The world is full of them some people like to make a hobby of collecting random trivia and facts. Here are some useless facts that are actually interesting
#1. Scientific American animals, such as the capybara’s and beavers were once considered fish by the Catholic Church and therefore they could be eaten during Lent.
#2. It’s a pretty useless random facts the zip in zip code stands for zone Improvement Plan.
#3. A mind-blowing one Yoda and Miss Piggy has the same voice actor controlled by the same puppeteer Frank Oz.
#4. There is a Norwegian penguin named Sir Niles Olaf and he is the honorary colonel in chief of the Norwegian Kings guard.
#5. You may be surprised to hear that the longest word in the English language with a single vowel is strength.
#6. Superman didn’t always fly. The original comic book Superman could leap tall buildings in a single bound. But then he had to come right back down to Earth—because superman didn’t fly.
#7. There are more than 24 time zones around the world.
#8. Did you know that just like everyone has their own unique fingerprint we also have our own unique tongue prints we dealt we’ll start using that as identification anytime soon though?
#9. It has been estimated that about 17 percent of Sweden is covered in fresh blueberries that could result in a hecka lot of blueberry pies and jam.
#10. The world’s highest school is situated in Phumachangtang, Tibet, at a height of 5373 meters above sea level.
#11. It has been estimated that there are more trees on the planet than there are stars in the Milky Way galaxy 3 trillion versus 100 to 400 billion.
#12. At the nearest point, Russia and America are less than 4 kilometers apart the Cold War could have really heated up if they fought there.
#13. It is illegal to spit on the sidewalk in Norfolk Virginia we did a spit-take when we read that one.
#15. We’re born with 300 bones but by the time you’ll become an adult you only have 206.
#16. Try and sweat this fact the human foot perspires half a pint of fluid a day.
#17. According to useless facts, a full moon is 9 times brighter than a half-moon we don’t know how they measured the intellect of different moons but we applaud them for the reference.
#18. The name Wendy was made up for the book Peter Pan there was never a recorded Wendy before it fun fact the burger chain Wendy’s didn’t get their name from the book biography.com says that Dave Thomas opened his own restaurant on November 15, 1969, Wendy’s is named after Thomas’s eight-year-old daughter he opened it because he couldn’t get a burger in his area.
#19. There are a lot of strange fears out there the Somniphobia is the fear of falling asleep a Blutophobia is the fear of washing or bathing Boykaphobia is the fear of household items our writers have Ergophobia or fear of the workplace or at least that’s what they tell us.
#20. Termites have been known to eat food twice as fast when heavy-metal music is playing no word on which metal although we hope it’s Megan.
#21. At Birth a panda is smaller than a mouse and weighs about 4 ounces that’s so cute we can hardly bear it.
#22. A normal raindrop falls at about 7 miles per hour we’re sure this fact is going to make a splash.
#23. Ever wonder which word you say the most well I am the most spoken word in the English language so it’s probably that unless you speak in the third person we would have no idea what that’s like
#24. Rugby North Dakota is the geographical center of North Americarugby the sport.
#25. In ten minutes a hurricane releases more energy than all of the world’s nuclear weapons combined.
#26. Certain fireflies emit light so penetrating that it can pass through flesh and wood.
#27. The glues on Israeli postage is certified Kosher.
#28. In Texas, it’s illegal to put graffiti on someone else’s cow.
#29. Baby robins eat 14 feet of earthworms every day.
#30. An inch of snow falling evenly on an acre of ground is equivalent to about 2715 gallons of water.
#31. Mexico City sinks about 10 inches each year.
#32. Bamboo the world’s tallest grass can grow up to 90 centimeters in a day. A BAM boom is another name.
#33. Cats use their whiskers to check whether a space is too small for them to fit through or not.
#34. Bananas are most likely the first fruit ever to be grown on a farm.
#35. Lassi was played by a group of male dogs the main one was named Pal.
#36. A rat can last longer without water than a camel.
#37. The first license plate on a car in the US was issued in Denver Colorado in 1908.
#38. It was once against the law to slam your car door in a city in Switzerland.
#39. The first World Series was played between Pittsburgh and Boston in 1903 and was a nine-game series. Boston won the series five to three and they have not stopped winning.
#40. Papua New Guinea there are villages within five miles of each other that speak different languages.
#41. The average person laughs 10 times a day.
#42. In most advertisements including newspapers, the time displayed on a watch is 10/10. This is because 10 and 10 are the numbers of Zeus the god of the sky.
#43. Fish that live more than 800 meters below the ocean’s surface don’t have eyes.
#44. Instead of bones sharks have a skeleton made from cartilage.
#45. While in Alcatraz Al Capone was inmate number 85.
#46. Britain’s shortest river is the Brun, which runs through Bellini in length Shire.
#47. Julius Caesar’s autograph is worth about two million dollars.
#48. Earthworms have five hearts.
#49. Camels have three eyelids.
#50. Flies jump backward during takeoff.
#51. A b-25 bomber crashed into the 79th floor of the Empire State Building on July 28, 1945. The b-52’s luckily are still touring.
#52. A dog was the first animal to be launched into space.
#53. YO-YOS were used as weapons by warriors in the Philippines in the 16th century. The dog was used in combat.
#54. For the average American or Canadian will eat about eleven point nine pounds of cereal every.
#55. We share a birthday with at least nine million people in the world oh happy birthday, by the way, social media.
#56. A shark is the only fish that can blink with both eyes.
#57. Alabama was the first state to recognize Christmas as an official holiday.
#58. Most lipsticks contain fish scales.
#59. On a Canadian $2 bill the American flag is flying over the Parliament building.
#60. A typical banana travels 4000 miles before being eaten.
#61. In Iceland, a Big Mac costs five dollars and fifty cents.
#62. In a survey of 200,000 ostriches over 80 years, not one that tried to bury its head in the sand.