There are 6,000 times Lightning strikes in one minute on this planet!… Read more
There are Over 10,000 birds dying from smashing into windows every year!… Read more
The average laugh times of a person is 13 times a day!
How many times have you smiled today?
A South African antelope called blesbok, almost have the same color as grape juice!… Read more
“Pants” was considered as a dirty word in England in the 1880’s!
Maybe its too close to underwear or ass!… Read more
There were 300 bones when you were born, but only 206 left when you get to be an adult!
Because many of them mix together to be bigger and stronger bones when you grow up.… Read more
This photo was posted in a famous forum in China.
It’s a sunshine day, the couple drove in the lakeside road, the fresh air of the lake was so clear, the life was so bright. Romantic music, romantic sights, romantic … Read more
Thomas Edison who invented the lightbulb was scared of the dark!
That’s why he invented the lightbulb.
A chicken could fly for 13 seconds at most! It’s world record.… Read more
Every 3/4 minute, there is a house catching fire in the United States!
How many firemen we need?… Read more
Every year, more than 50,000 earthquakes occurred around the world.
Some one said there is five million earthquakes. Most of them can’t be felt… Read more
People use nose prints to identify dogs, just as humans’ fingerprints.
Dog’s paws prints are not unique, so get a nose prints copy in case your dog is lost… Read more
Every letter of the alphabet has been used in the sentence “The quick brown fox jumps over a lazy dog.”… Read more
A ‘jiffy’ actually means a unit of time for one percent of a second!
So scientist may say: I will be there for thousands jiffies.… Read more
A morbid fear of beds or going to bed is called Clinophobia!… Read more
According to British《Daily Mail》reported on August 31,2013, a Russian woman uploaded a video named “Kiss me” in “YouTube”, the video showed that a lovely cat beg a kiss of its master, how cute it is!
Netizens called this cat “the … Read more