Oh! My God

Oh! My God

Thigh Bone

Human thigh bones are stronger than concrete.


Threatening display

The Australian frilled lizard can frighten off an intruder by suddenly spreading out its huge neck frill. It opens its mouth wide, too, to look more fierce.


Three Eyelids

Camels have three eyelids to protect themselves from blowing sand.


Tiny Bloodsuckers

Tick [Arachnid] are usually found on dogs, deer, and other animals. Ticks are bloodsuckers, feeding off animals and sometimes humans. Ticks are tiny parasites that feed off larger animals, but can go without food for up to three years while waiting for a proper “host,” such as a dog or deer. These tiny insects also transmit several diseases – such as Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and Lyme Disease – by carrying bacteria from their animal hosts to humans.


Tiny island of Sark

The tiny island of Sark in the Channel Islands is one of the most peaceful places in Britain-the police force is just one officer.


Tip from Japanese people

If you don’t like wearing clothes, take tip from the Japanese people used to cover themselves with tattoos rather than wear clothes!


Tokyo, world’s biggest and most overcrowded cities

Tokyo, capital of Japan, is one of the world’s biggest and most overcrowded cities. Men known as ‘pushers’ are employed to pack people onto the city’s trains.


Tongue Print

Like fingerprints, everyone’s tongue print is different!


Top Sprinter

The cheetah races across the grassy plains of Africa at 100 km/hr, maybe more, arching and stretching its body to run faster. It is the fastest runner in the world, but it can only stay at top speed for a few hundred metres.


Transfusion of Blood

The first known transfusion of blood was performed as early as 1667, when Jean-Baptiste, transfused two pints of blood from a sheep to a young man

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