3. Heaviest baby born to: Giantess Anna Bates (née Swan) (Canada) (1846–88), who measured 2.27 m (7 ft 5.5 in), gave birth to a boy weighing 10.8 kg (23 lb 12 oz) (length 76 cm (30 in)) at her home in Seville, Ohio, USA on 19 January 1879, but the baby died 11 hours later.
4, Here is the pulse rate or heart beats per minute:
Humans-70, Elephants -27 Canary 1,000. It will be hard to decide if your canary is dead or just in a deep sleep. In one day your heart beats 100,000 times.
5. Tired of the cold weather? Take a vacation on the hottest planet in the solar system – Venus. At over 800 degrees
6 The only food that doesn’t spoil is honey.
7 Your blood vessels if stretched end to end would equal 60,000 miles.
8 The fastest bird is the peregrine falcon. It can fly at a speed of 168-217 miles per hour.
9. It Takes More Muscles to frown than it does to smile.
10 The Tongue has 3,000 taste buds and 85% of the population can curl their tongue into a tube
11 Australia is the only continent on earth without an active volcano.
12. A sneeze can travel over a hundred miles per hour. It is impossible to sneeze with your eyes open.
13 . People dream an average of 7 dreams a night .
14 The ice that covers 98% of Antarctica holds 90% of the worlds fresh water.
15 The deadliest disease was the pneumonic form of the Black Death of (1347-1351.) It had death rate of 100%.
16 A Jiffy is an actual unit of time. 1 Jiffy = 1/100 of a second.
17 Your fingernails grow almost four times as fast as your toenails.\
18 Foxes sometimes nip at the heals of cattle so the stomping of the cattle makes mice and other rodents come out of the ground, for the fox to eat.
19 The stonefish, which lives off the coast of Australia, is the most poisonous fish in the world.
20 Some ducks and geese can fly as long as 332 miles a day!