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An electric eel can produce a shock of 600 volts. That’s enough to stun large animals and even knock a horse off its feet.

Giraffes have black tongues.

A giant squid’s eyes are bigger than dinner plates.

The average human dream lasts only 2 to 3 seconds.

If hair remains uncut, it can grow up to 5 feet long.

Out of every 1,000 Mosquitos, one female carries a disease that could be fatal to humans.

When you think you’re standing still remember this fact. Even though you don’t feel it, our entire local group of galaxies is moving at about one million miles per hour toward another galaxy group called the Virgo Cluster.

The bristle-cone pine, which grows in the deserts of Nevada and California, is the oldest living species in the United States. Some are believed to be 4600 years old and can live to be 5500 years old.

Monster waves of over 100 feet tall can suddenly appear at sea when there is no storm to cause them. They are actually accidental meetings of several waves that can combine to form one huge one that can easily sink a freighter.

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3 Comments

  1. Julie
    December 13, 2013

    With the luck I have had lately, that mosquito will find me.

    • Lynn
      December 13, 2013

      well that’s no good, who will leave me comments then???

      • Julie
        December 13, 2013

        That (literally) made me laugh!

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