Crocodiles swallow stones to stay longer under water while hunting.
Cats don't taste sweet. They do not respond to sugar or its substitutes.
70% of household dust consists of discarded skin.
Dog intelligence is developed at about the level of a 2 year old child.
Violet Jessop worked as a stewardess for 42 years and survived three wrecks of the famous airliners: Titanic, Britannic and Olympic. She was lucky to stay alive after fatal voyages.
The leech body can be divided into 32 separate segments, each of which contains its own brain. By the way, the leech also has 10 stomachs!
According to the researches, a couple who got acquainted during a dangerous situation is stronger than the one whose meeting happened in a cafe or at the party.
Every fifth American believes that the end of the world will come during his lifetime.
In Italy number 17 is considered unlucky, not number 13.
A thousand letters addressed to God arrive in Jerusalem annually.
According to sociological studies, a man immediately draws attention to the lips when meeting a woman. According to statistics, women use 863 tubes of lipstick during their life, and eat an average of 5 kg of lipstick. By the way, a man eats 1/4 of this amount, that is, 1.25 kg.
The power of sneezing is so great that it exceeds a speed of 160 km/h. And this is stronger than the wind!
Google makes about $ 700 per second.
The average person's life expectancy is 2 475 576 000 seconds, during his life he pronounces an average of 123 205 750 words, and has sex 4239 times.
When we blush, even the tissues that line our stomach from the inside blush.
The world's first computer was created in 1941. It weighed 30 tons and cost 500 thousand dollars.
The Moon has its own "water" elements - the Ocean of Storms, the Lake of Death and the Marsh of Rot.
A crocodile differs from an alligator in that it can live not only in fresh, but also in sea water.
Red blood cells have time to “run around” the entire human body in 20 seconds.
The surface area of the tallest building in the world - the Burj Khalifa skyscraper in Dubai is approximately equal to the area of 17 football fields. Its height is 829.8 m. The glass of a 163-story building is washed daily, and it takes about three months to wash the entire surface.