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Turn every star in the Milky Way into a grain of salt and they would fill an Olympic sized swimming pool.

Posted in Milky Way

Yes, but it is estimated that only one such occurrence will happen per 9,300 years.

Posted in Meteorite

Not all babies are born without teeth. 1 baby in every 2,000 to 3,000 births is born with what's called natal teeth; teeth that are already developed in the gums. The teeth usually grow in 30 days after birth.

Posted in Tooth

Rain on Titan

The moon Titan has lakes and rivers like the Earth. There is one major difference's not water, it's natural gas. Therefore, when it rains, natural gas fall out of the sky.

Posted in Rain

Rainstorms on Brown Dwarf Stars

Talk about bad weather! The rain on brown dwarf stars consists of molten iron!

Posted in Rain

An average rain drop travels in speeds from 5-18 mph. Larger raindrops capable of traveling more than 18 mph will split into smaller droplets before they reach that speed.

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Electric Shocks

Electric eels can generate 500 volts of current with its electro-plaques. A shock like this can be fatal to humans.

Posted in Electric eel

Laughing Epidemic

An epidemic of laughing that lasted almost a year broke out in Tanganyika (now Tanzania) in 1962. Several thousand people were affected, across several villages. It forced a school to close. It wasn’t fun, though — other symptoms included crying, fainting, rashes, and pain.

Posted in Laughter

The northern leopard frog swallows its prey using its eyes — it uses them to help push food down its throat by retracting them into its head.

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Did you know...

Everyone has a unique tongue print, just like fingerprints.

Posted in Tongue