Today we are going to talk about Unknown facts about the world. We know that the whole world with people is interesting, fun and full of places and things. Our world is full of mysteries. There is also a time when an unknown thing becomes known and once it is verified it becomes a fact. So let's gather a little more information about Unknown facts about the world.
1. Released in 1960, Psycho was the first film to show flushing in the toilet. This style of his was a very captivating work to the audience.
2. An animal called a camel is not really seen storing water in their hut. This animal's beautiful camel humps are actually used to store fat.
3. The word sombrero is a common Spanish word for "hat". The term is used to describe any hat, rather than a description of the iconic Mexican hat.
4. An animal named Cheetahs loves Calvin Klein. Of all the fragrances the wildlife crew tried, Calvin Klein's "Obsession for Men" proved to be one of the most popular.
5. The country of Malta has never experienced weather below freezing point. This place has never experienced a temperature below 32 ° F.
6. The newborn sees only black and white for the first month of his life because the baby's retinal nerve cells are not yet fully established and he lacks the ability to process visual information.
7. The Hawaiian flag deliberately resembles a combination of American and British flags because the flag was designed by the then King Kamehameha in 1812.
8. The Royal Palace of Amsterdam is found at Bethel on 13,659 wooden poles. Due to the present thick layer of fan and clay in Dutch clay, this palace and all the buildings in the Netherlands are built on wooden pillars.
9. A bird named Woodpeckers does not eat the brain when it is hungry. If the bird has been without food for a long time, they will push the other birds down, cracking the skull until the back of their head, and then eating the brain.
10. Australian birds, such as the Black Kite, the Whistle Kite, and the Brown Falcon, deliberately help spread wildfires because fires can catch their prey and make them easier to catch.
11. Some of the world's shortest people live in a country called Indonesia. According to data collected by the Telegraph from various global sources, the average adult in this country is around 5 feet and 1.8 inches.
12. Cuba and North Korea are the only places where you can't buy Coca-Cola because they are both subject to long-term U.S. trade sanctions.
13. There are only three countries in the world called Myanmar, Liberia and the United States that do not use the metric system.
14. The Paris Agreement on Climate Change was signed by the largest number of countries in a single day as it aims to strengthen global environmental efforts to combat climate change and to accelerate and intensify actions and investments.
15. The entire world population could fit within the Los Angeles country of America. According to National Geographic, this place can fit the entire world's population within 500 square miles.
16. Four babies are born every second in the world. Let me tell you that according to the Ecology Global Network, about 131.4 million children are born in the world in a year.
17. Our world's ozone layer will achieve full recovery in 50 years. Earth's ozone layer has been found to be severely damaged. This delicate gas layer of ozone protects the earth and the sun from harmful ultraviolet rays.
18. The world's coldest temperature ever recorded in Antarctica between 2004 and 2016 was -144 degrees Fahrenheit.
19. There are about 4 quadrillion bacteria in our world. In fact some of them ET-BT biological bacteria are really good for us and help the world in different and complex ways.
20. Japan is considered to be the most earthquake prone country in the world. Earthquakes here can range from minor tremors that are rarely noticeable to building-toppling ground shakers that cause major destruction.
21. There is a restaurant in a place called Taiwan where the miniature serves food on the toilet.
22. In 2011, Aimee Davison bought a piece of 'non-visible' art for 10,000. And for that Aimee Davison was promised a title card with a description of the whole wing and piece of the museum named in her honor.
23. Consumers spend more time in these casinos because there are no clocks in the casino called Las Vegas.
24. In 1948, a provisional note for the Pakistani rupee was issued by the Reserve Bank of India before Pakistan had facilities. And the Reserve Bank stamped the government of Pakistan.
25. The dinosaur was a cockroach 120 million years before it moved around the world.
26. At one time, a vegetable called carrot was not purple in color. By the end of the 16th century the Dutch had carried the mutated strains of purple carrots grown and gradually developed them into the sweet, plump, orange variety we have today.
27. There are 4,000 snakes in the 110-acre ‘Snake Island’ in a place called Sao Paulo. This place is home to one snake for every 6 square yards. And because of this Sao Paulo is known as one of the most dangerous islands in the world.
28. Millions of crabs are seen migrating to Christmas Island off the coast for their mates and population.
29. A country called Russia has more surface area than a planet called Pluto. Pluto is 2370 kilometers around the planet and can easily fit more than 10,000 sizes of Russia from east to west in the country and 4000 km from north to south.
30. According to one estimate, the weight of all ants combined is equal to the weight of all humans.
31. Four babies are born every second in the world. According to the Ecology Global Network, about 131.4 million children are born on Earth in one year.
32. Only 2 countries in the world have a rainbow in the middle of the flag of a country called Nicaragua which includes a purple band. And the flag of a country called Dominica has a picture of a cesarean parrot, a bird with purple feathers.
33. South Sudan is considered to be the youngest country in the world. This country got independence only from 2011 and that makes it the youngest country in the world.
34. It is estimated that Sweden has more islands than any other country in the world. There are 221,800 islands in the country and only 1,000 people live there.
35. A country called Canada has about nine percent of the world's forest area. Because Natural Resources Canada estimates that our northern neighbor is boycotting 396.9 million hectares of forest.
36. A man named Charles Darwin has eaten almost every animal he has ever discovered.
37. The largest family in the world lives in India. The husband has 39 wives and 94 children in the family of a man named Ziona Chana. This family lives in a many room, four-story house in the hills of Baktawng village in the Indian state of Mizoram.
38. A man named Brad Pitt was banned from entering China for his role in the Seven Years movie in Tibet and for portraying the Dalai Lama in a positive light.
39. A man named Mr. Ureta planted 7,000 trees to make a guitar-shaped forest as a tribute to his wife as he believes this traumatic event has left him in fear of flying.
40. The orange fruit did not appear to be the original green color because the first oranges imported from the west were from Southeast Asia and this type of orange was a Tangerine-pomelo hybrid that was green in color.
41. No specific time zone is observed at the South Pole of the Earth. Because all the longitudinal lines on the planet Earth are found at the South Pole.
42. There was a type of Pterodactyl bird in the world with wings bigger than a fighter jet. This type of bird is a significant animal remains excavated in Romania.
43. Burj Khalifa in a country called Dubai is so high that you can see two sunsets in one day. At this place you can see the sunset happening at ground level. Then if you find an elevator all the way to the Burj Khalifa building you can see it reset from the top.
44. A spacecraft cemetery is found in Earth's South Pacific Ocean. This cemetery is known as "Point Nemo" and is the farthest place on earth from this land.
45. Only a quarter of the Sahara desert is sandy. The Sahara Desert is covered with gravel and yet the Sahara Desert has its own mountains and rivers.