Our latest impressive facts, in order as they were added.
Marlin fish found in the Atlantic ocean are big and fast. They weigh up 1,400lbs (630kg) and can swim 50 miles per hour (80km/h). Their pointy spear helps them hunt tuna and mackerel.
Posted 1 year ago
Chipmunks need to keep their fur clean. They take showers with wood and sand dust, the perfect chipmunk shampoo for oily hair.
Earth worms have on average five hearts and no lungs. They absorb oxygen through their skin.
To take off, pelicans need a running start, similar to planes. They build up speed by hopping forward few times, on land and on water.
Cloud leopards have spots on their fur that look like clouds.
While hunting, snow leopards can leap up to 30 feet (9 meters) and land right on their target.
Polar bear fur is transparent, it just looks like it's white because it reflects sunlight.
Salmon can jump vertically up to 3.6 meters (12 feet). To get back to their birthplace and reproduce, they sometimes jump over small dams and even waterfalls.
Posted 2 years ago
The South American Pudu deer is the smallest deer in the world. It measures 60 to 80 cm (23-31 inches) long. It's the only deer that can climb the trees.
Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the world. It is named after Colonel sir George Everest first geographer to survey India.
There are an average of 44,000 thunderstorms on earth every day. 16 million per year.
Adult camels can drink 30 gallons (113 liters) of water in just 13 minutes.
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