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The world is full of amazing facts and some of these are hard to believe. Yet, these are facts that tickle our brain and stir our curiosity.
FeedFond has collected 21 such facts that are true but hard to believe. Scroll down to know more.
The dog collar with spikes was invented in ancient Egypt to prevent dogs being killed by wolves.
Two-thirds of the population has never seen snow in their life.
A glass ball can bounce higher than a rubber ball.
Nintendo was developed in the Ottoman Empire era.
The army in Australia waged a war against emus in 1932 and the birds won.
In a standard card deck, the King of Hearts is the only king without a mustache.
Smoking was considered healthy until the 1950s.
The eyes of an ostrich are larger than the size of their brain.
Whales that can’t sing the right notes are abandoned and live alone.
The can opener was invented 48 years after canned food.
It would take only an hour for a car to reach the space, but only if they could fly.
More calories are burned when you frown than when you smile.
A falling coconut has higher chances of killing you than a shark attack.
To improve night vision, pirates used to cover one eye with a patch.
A person with a higher IQ will have dreams more often.
In the first 10 minutes after a duckling is born, it takes anyone it sees for its mother.
Flowers bloom faster if they have music playing by their side.
Women have twice as many pain receptors as men and also have a higher pain threshold.
The color of a goldfish will fade if kept in a dark room.
Lighters were invented before matches.
Pyramids in ancient Egypt were not built by slaves but by paid laborers.
Which one did you find the most interesting? Share with us in the Comments section below. And don’t forget to check out 19 Astonishing Facts That Are Stranger Than Fiction.
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