Random Facts #11

  • Hot water is likely to turn to ice faster than cold water
  • Camels have three eyelids to protect against blowing sand
  • Every person in the US are likely to have at least two credit cards
  • Theobromine is the toxin in chocolate that affects a dogs heart and nervous system making it dangerous for them
  • The book most likely to be stolen from a library is the “Guinness book of records”
  • The first pizza ever delivered was in 1889 by the Queen of Italy.
  • When you sneeze your heart stops for a millisecond, that’s why people say “Bless you”
  • You can buy eel flavored ice cream in Japan
  • To some people, writing in red ink can be offensive.
  • Bobcats are the most common wild in North America, but they are rarely ever seen
  • the largest salamander in to world is from China
  • A good time to take a nap in between 1 PM and 2 PM
  • France in the most visited country in the world
  • Las Vegas gambling casinos don’t have clocks in them
  • The only royal palace in the US is the IoIani Palace in Honolulu
  • Mexico City is believed to be sinking 10x faster than Venice
  • Russia is home to many rare animals like the Snow Leopard, Polar Bear, Pika and Asiatic Black bear
  • Asiatic Black Bear is also known as the moon bear, or Ursus thibetanus( the bear with the white patch on it’s chest shaped like an sideways crescent moon)
  • The most famous animal in Russia is the Siberian Tiger, which is the largest cat in the world
  • There are 12 active volcanoes in Russia
  • Alaska was sold to the US in 1867 by Russia for $118 million
  • Alaska is 1 718 000 km² in area

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