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Most amazing facts in 2020.  7 + Amazing and Unbelievable True Facts. Facts that Blow your Mind. Must known facts in 2020. fun facts in  2020.

Amazing facts in 2020

1:-  7 shortest life span Creatures on Earth

A) Mayflies have a lifespan of 24 hours
Mayflies
B) Second smallest lifespan creature is GASTROTRICHS which live up to 3 days
Gastrotrichs
C) Drone Ants live for 3 Weeks
Drone Ants
D) Housefly live almost 4 weeks
House Flies
E) Dragonfly live almost 4 month
Dragonflies
F) The rat has a Life span of 1 year of they don't catch by Cats 😂
Rat
G) Chameleon has a Life span of 1 year 
Chameleon
So, these are the 7 shortest lifespan creatures on planet Earth.

2:-  Hot and cold water Mystery

If you put both hot and cold water in a freezer, the hot water takes less time to turn to ice as compared to cold water. This is the exact opposite of what science tells us should happen. It’s a weird behavior known as the Mpemba effect – and it’s been the center of a scientific argument for 50 years.



3:-  Size of a baby kangaroo

Baby kangaroos
The young kangaroo, or joey, is born at a very immature stage when it is only about 2 cm long and weighs less than a gram. Immediately after birth it crawls up the mother's body and enters the pouch. The baby attaches its mouth to one of four teats, which then enlarges to hold the young animal in place.

4:- Camel Facts

Camel
 A typical camel can drink 200 liters (53 gallons) of water in three minutes. Perhaps this is where the misunderstanding arises that camels store water in their humps. After all, the water has to go somewhere. In reality, the water goes into the animal's digestion and circulatory system. Camels do not store water in their humps. Instead, camels use the humps to store energy-rich fat deposits

5:-  Lost sweet taste sensation after Brushing

Sweet receptor got stuck
Orange juice tastes horribly bitter after brushing your teeth because of a specific chemical, known as sodium lauryl sulfate, SLS,  commonly found in toothpaste. It suppresses sweetness taste receptor cells in the mouth and destroys compounds
called phospholipids, which are designed to inhibit bitter taste receptors.

6:- Chess village

Chess village
 Some 50 years ago, Marottichal, a secluded village in Thrissur district of the southern Indian state of Kerala, was hooked on alcohol and illegal gambling. To shake off the shackles of these addictions, the people of this small hamlet embraced the ancient strategy game of Chess.
 Interestingly, with a population of just 6,000 people, more than two-thirds are now addicted to Chess.
Today, about 90% of Marottichal’s population are chess players. In fact, at least one person from every house in the village is a chess player and the inhabitants play this ancient strategy game with utter enthusiasm and passion.


7:- Tallest living Cactus.

Tallest living cactus
A Cardon specimen is the tallest living cactus in the world, with a maximum recorded height of 19.2 m (63 ft), with a stout trunk up to 1 m (3.3 ft) in diameter bearing several erect branches. In overall appearance, it resembles the related saguaro (Carnegiea gigantea) but differs in: fewer ribs on the stems.

8:-  2.5 Micro Droplet/word

2.5 Micro Droplet sa/word

While you talk to someone your mouth releases 2.5 micro Droplet of saliva per words. Mouth continuously releases saliva to keep mouth weet.


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