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What are some cool fun facts for kids?

What are some cool fun facts for kids?

About 75% of your brain is made of water. Your heart beats about 115,000 times a day. Jupiter is the fastest spinning planet in the solar system. The nearest star to Earth is 4.2 light-years away.

What are some weird fun facts?

65 Facts So Weird You Won’t Believe They’re True

  • There’s a company that turns dead bodies into an ocean reef.
  • The name “bonobo” resulted from a misspelling.
  • There is an annual Coffee Break Festival.
  • You can buy a flying bicycle.
  • Dolphins sleep with one eye open.
  • Vacuum cleaners were originally horse-drawn.

Did you know useless facts?

100 Totally Useless Facts That Are Too Entertaining for Words

  • No number from 1 to 999 includes the letter “a” in its word form.
  • Many oranges are actually green.
  • The opposite sides of a die will always add up to seven.
  • You are 13.8 percent more likely to die on your birthday.

What are some boring facts?

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  • From 1977 to 2011, the national flag of Libya was green.
  • The dot on top of the letter ‘i’ and ‘j’ is known as a tittle.
  • The little plastic tips at the end of shoelaces are known as aglets.
  • There are sign language equivalents of tongue twisters which are known as “finger fumblers”.

What’s the most random fact?

35 of the best random facts

  • Avocados are a fruit, not a vegetable.
  • The Eiffel Tower can be 15 cm taller during the summer, due to thermal expansion meaning the iron heats up, the particles gain kinetic energy and take up more space.
  • Trypophobia is the fear of closely-packed holes.
  • Australia is wider than the moon.

What is a random useless fact?

Random, Useless Facts About The World: Movie trailers got their name because they were originally shown after the movie. Rubber bands last longer when refrigerated. The real name of Monopoly mascot Uncle Pennybags is Milburn Pennybags.

What’s a dumb fact?

In 10 minutes, a hurricane releases more energy than all the world’s nuclear weapons combined. On average, 100 people choke to death on ballpoint pens every year. (This never happened back when we used feather quills on parchment.) On average, people fear spiders more than they do death.