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Trivia Biology Facts & Trivia

Discussion in 'Academic & Campus Talk' started by Chyse, Jun 9, 2016.

  1. Chyse

    Chyse Honorary Poster Established

    • Even a 270 kg (600lb) Octopus can squeeze through a small coin-size hole.

    • The largest organ of the human body is the skin.

    • Most of us have harmless microscopic mites (Demodex) living in our eyebrows.

    • The lizard Tuatara has a third eye for ultraviolet light (called a parietal eye.)

    • The biggest seed in the world is the Coco de mer (weighing up to 18 kg.)

    • Babies are born with more bones than adults.

    • The largest single living organism in the world is the Honey Mushroom fungus in Oregon, USA (covering 8.4 km and growing for 2,400 years.)

    • The water animal Hydra never gets old, and can live forever.

    • Alligators give birth to females in cold temperatures and to males when it's hot.

    • The right half of the
    brain controls the left side of our body muscles, and the left controls the right.

    • A red blood cell takes 20 seconds to circulate around the human body.

    • The average speed of a sneeze is around 160 km(100 mi) per hour.

    • Dolphins and whales don't drink water.

    • The ovum (female egg cell) is the largest cell in the human body.

    • The length of your thumb is about the same as that of your nose .


    -sciencesational

     
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  2. thanks for sharing :blackalien:
     
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  3. Bagong kaalaman haha thanks
     
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  4. Chyse

    Chyse Honorary Poster Established

    Your welcome

    Your welcome :)
     
  5. bozzr5

    bozzr5 Enthusiast Established

  6. khloe

    khloe Enthusiast Established

    Wow, 20 seconds for a single red blood cell to circulate inside the body? Amazing!
     
  7. buLad1234

    buLad1234 Forum Veteran Established

  8. chinitin

    chinitin Addict Established

    husay. !! thanks

    husay. !! thanks
     
  9. Angpogiko28

    Angpogiko28 Addict Established

    so informative.... nacurious aq don sa hydra
     
  10. JeRiMy1225

    JeRiMy1225 Addict Established

  11. joey d great

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  12. jcerana

    jcerana Eternal Poster Established

    Thanks for the info.
     
  13. Wow sinearch ko pa ung hydra kasi na curious ako hehe. Salamat ts! At salamat sa science!
     
  14. borugs

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