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We do not doubt that you, our dear reader, have a curious mind and love to learn something new. And in this case, what could be better than the facts, of which there are an incredible amount! There are so many that it is impossible to know them, even if you have seven spans in the forehead.


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Just for such interested people, we at Bemorepanda have prepared a portion of facts that are hard to believe but which, nevertheless, are accurate. And no matter what area you are more interested in, something is interesting for everyone.


Want to see what we have found for you in the corners of the Internet? Then let's get started. Just a warning: we picked up only bare facts, so if you are overcome by doubt in their integrity, you can find confirmation of them yourself, as well as get more detailed information. Our task is to give you a fishing rod)))



1. Apple didn't make the first iPhone.


2. Ravens can hold a grudge.


3. Marie Curie is the only person to win a Nobel Prize in two different sciences.


4. Cows kill more Americans every year than sharks.


5. Dogs smell cancer.


6. Some planets produce diamond rain.


7. Undercover Detroit cops in the drug business once got into a fight with another group of undercover cops.


8. One person once survived two atomic bombings.


9. A 70-year-old woman once ran seven marathons in seven days on all seven continents.


10. Bees can detect bombs.


11. Potato chips cause more weight gain than any other food.



12. Goosebumps are for protection from predators.


13. A dentist invented cotton candy.


14. The first person convicted of speeding drove eight miles per hour (13 km/h).


15. Chewing gum increases concentration.


16. “New car smell” is the smell of dozens of chemicals.


17. A patent for a fire hydrant was lost during a fire.


18. Space smells like grilled steak.


19. Your liver can recover in three weeks.


20. In Germany, people help toads cross the road.


21. The unicorn is the national animal of Scotland.



22. Sea lions can dance to the beat.


23. Dolphins were trained to use in wars.


24. Baby blue whales grow 200 pounds (90.7 kg) daily.


25. There are moonquakes on the moon!


26. Kids ask 300 questions a day!


27. Hair and nails grow faster during pregnancy.


28. The "M" in M&Ms means "Mars" and "Murry."


29. Rollercoaster rides can help get rid of kidney stones.


30. Agatha Christie has sold over 2 billion books.


31. Water makes sounds depending on whether it is hot or cold!


32. Humans are just one of about 8.7 million species on Earth.



33. Whenever you shuffle a deck of cards, you get a combination that never existed.


34. In Nebraska, there is a city with a population of one person!


35. Dinosaurs lived on all continents.


36. Bee hummingbirds are so tiny they are mistaken for insects.


37. The person who wrote Dracula has never been to Transylvania.


38. The cast of Friends still makes about $20 million a year.


39. Newborns don't cry.


40. Pineapple acts as a natural meat tenderizer.


41. You lose up to 30 percent of your taste buds while flying.



42. The legend of the Loch Ness monster is almost 1500 years old.


43. In a restaurant in New York, grandmothers work as chefs.


44. The longest book title is 4558 words!


45. Some people have an extra bone in their knees.


46. ​​Tornadoes can cause "fish rain."


47. Shrews are the only mammals besides humans that deliberately seek out spicy food.


48. A tree frog can hold urine for up to eight months.


49. The English word with the most definitions is "set."


50. The famous "Typhoid Mary" infected more than 50 people while cooking for them.


51. Saudi Arabia imports camels from Australia.



52. There is graffiti that is 1000 years old!


53. Bill Gates donated nearly half of his fortune.


54. America accidentally dropped an atomic bomb on South Carolina in 1958.


55. Large forks will make you eat less.


56. Guys do more housework than husbands.


57. The human body glows.


58. Chinese police use squads of geese.


59. Heads on Easter Island have bodies.


60. It is impossible to hum with your nose held in.



61. Apple pits are poisonous!


62. The Slinky toy was invented by accident.


63. Your nose works one nostril at a time!


64. Many bones in the foot don't harden until you're an adult.


65. Bees sometimes sting other bees.


66. There is a textbook written by an author with artificial intelligence.


67. Some sea snakes can breathe through their skin.


68. Children's medicines once contained morphine.


69. Our European ancestors were cannibals.


70. Cheetahs don't roar.



71. The hottest spot on the planet is Libya.


72. One day, Pharaoh ordered his slaves smeared with honey to drive away insects.


73. Playing the accordion was once compulsory for teachers in North Korea.


74. Sharks can live for five centuries.


75. There is a fish with legs.


76. Peanuts are not nuts!


77. The first computer was invented in the 1940s.


78. Nutmeg can be deadly poisonous.


79. You can always "see" your nose.


80. The longest wedding veil was as long as 63.5 football fields.



81. Koalas have fingerprints.


82. Pigs are constitutionally protected in Florida.


83. There is a device that creates energy from snowfall.


84. Newborns do not have kneecaps.


85. Blue Ivy Carter is the youngest person to appear on the Billboard chart.


86. More human twins are being born now than ever before.


87. France has a dozen time zones.



88. Bananas cannot reproduce.


89. A chef's hat has 100 folds.


90. Many languages ​​have common roots.


91. Sharks existed before trees.


92. Ants have a built-in FitBit.



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This is a huge traditional sale, a fabulous time when all self-respecting stores are competing to see who has more discounts. Black Friday began in the USA as a great excuse to buy gifts before the Christmas holidays. This is the first Friday after Thanksgiving and falls between November 23rd and 30th. At this time there were always sales, and in the 60s the term "Black Friday" itself appeared.


Over time, the wave was picked up by the whole world: the more competition, the more discounts that attract even more people. So this snowball is rolling, causing a crazy stir. Someone needs gifts, someone has been waiting the whole year for the opportunity to buy an expensive thing, and someone enterprisingly buys everything and then sells it at auctions at a higher price.

People wait patiently for Black Friday for months, and then all at once pile on stores and grab goods in an hour. And if the Internet sites at this time simply hang on the number of people, then in real shopping centers madness, crush, assault and other types of simple human fun are happening. Bemorepanda prepared some interesting facts about Black Friday for you:


1. In 2020, Black Friday falls on November 29th, which marks the beginning of the biggest sale of the year worldwide. Some stores prefer to open early, and some even agree to work around the clock.


2. Aliexpress is perhaps the most popular store during the promotion days, discounts up to 70% on already cheap goods attract crowds of buyers.


3. eBay this year promises discounts of up to 50%, you can buy anything on sale: from a food processor to sports equipment, the main thing is to pay attention to the delivery terms.


4. For the first time this term sounded on September 24, 1869 during a panic in the US stock market: then the gold rate collapsed by 30%, ruining many small businesses.


5. In the fifties of the XX century, severe traffic jams on the roads of Philadelphia, which began after Thanksgiving Day, were dubbed Black Friday - the traffic police could not cope with the traffic collapse.



6. Massive sales after Thanksgiving have been (and continue to be) a hefty profit.


7. In America, sales had an additional meaning: sellers not only got rid of surplus goods in store for Thanksgiving, but also attracted those who wanted to shop early for the Christmas holidays.


8. Many sellers sin by raising prices in early to mid-November in order to effectively lower them on the day of the sale (and achieve those same ninety percent discounts). The total discount is obtained either much less than the declared one, or even absent altogether.


9.In 2018, according to the estimates of the National Retail Federation of the United States, on Black Friday itself, Americans made $ 6.2 billion (23.6% more than in 2017), and just over the weekend 165 million people were shopping.


10. Despite the proliferation and increase of online shopping, many shoppers still prefer physical stores, and more than half of those who were flattered by last year's sales were shopping both in stores and online.



11. The fashion industry is still more likely to be in the rearguard of Black Friday in terms of the number of buyers and, of course, the amount of the check. For example, consumers are projected to spend, on average, just over $ 250 each on clothing and footwear (by comparison, the average furniture bill is likely to be over $ 700).


12. True, while brands like H&M, Topshop and Mango offer discounts on almost the entire assortment, then for Farfetch and Net-a-Porter Black Friday becomes a reason to sell off the rest: special discounts apply only to the Sale department.


13. In recent years, Amazon, Argos, Boots, Currys, Debenhams, Halfords, House of Fraser, John Lewis, Littlewoods, Morrisons, Tesco and Very have been among the most active members with the best discounts.


14. Which states that 87% of Black Friday special pricing items can be purchased for the same price or even lower at other times of the year.


15.When shopping, please note the explanation for the special offer. Sometimes stores simply indicate the price "was-now", where the product was sold at the old price almost six months ago, but not yesterday.


On the one hand, Black Friday really looks like a thoughtless celebration of consumerism - and therefore aggravates environmental problems, for which the fashion industry is also responsible. On the other hand, it is possible to preserve sanity even during total stunning sales. Glossy magazines also call for this - with materials in the spirit of "What timeless things to buy at a discount" or "How to assemble a basic wardrobe for a sale." “Trends are cool,” admits Who What Wear, but warns that they won't work in a wardrobe unless you have a solid base to pair them. "And it doesn't have to be expensive."


There is nothing wrong with discounts in and of themselves, and even more, it is a great opportunity for many buyers to "jump" into a more expensive and high-quality clothing segment and choose durable items made from sustainable materials and in compliance with the principles of sustainable development. You can deliberately support brands that refuse discounts in favor of charitable initiatives. Finally, a big sale could be a good non-sale solution.


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March 17 has a special significance for the Irish. It is one of the most important days of the year, because they celebrate St. Patrick. Originally a Catholic holiday, today this festival is rather dedicated to the entire Irish culture and is celebrated with pomp in both Ireland and the United Kingdom, as well as in the United States. Bemorepanda collected some interesting facts and history details for you.

Saint Patrick was born in the 4th century in Roman Britain, but was captured by the Irish and held captive on the island for 6 years. At that time he dedicated himself to religion, and tradition says that he had a divine revelation by which God asked him to Christianize the Irish. After escaping from captivity, he returned to Ireland in 432 and began the Christianization process of the Irish, hitherto followers of polytheism. According to Irish folklore, he used the clover leaf to explain the Christian doctrine of the Holy Trinity.

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Although St. Patrick was followed by many other missionaries, he remained the leading champion of Irish Christianity. Initially, the associated color of St. Patrick was blue, but later green, the symbol color of Ireland, began to be used. The custom of wearing green bows and clovers to celebrate March 17 (the day of his death) dates back to the seventeenth century.

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The feast of St. Patrick was celebrated by the Irish as a kind of national day since the ninth and tenth centuries, but the official day was included in the Catholic calendar only in the early seventeenth century. In 1903, St. Patrick's Day became a national holiday in Ireland, and the St. Patrick's Festival appeared in the 1990s.

All the customs related to this holiday revolve around the color green. Everyone wears green clothes, clovers and, because it's Ireland, they drink beer. Guinness has even launched a special edition of their beer, the Green Edition. And the Irish diaspora around the world is celebrating today, with the most important activities taking place in America. For 40 years, the city of Chicago - with a significant segment of the population of Irish origin - has been manifesting its spirit of celebration by turning the Chicago River green (with the help of a vegetable paint).

In Ireland, although this holiday usually falls on Lent, the Catholic Church accepts meat on March 17 because, according to tradition, on St. Patrick's Day the Irish go to church in the morning, then organize a big feast in honor of their patron. spiritual.

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St. Patrick's is Ireland's most beloved and well-known saint. Saint Patrick, the luminary of Ireland, was born around 381 AD in a village called Bannaven Taberniae. St. Patrick comes from a family of altar servants - his grandfather Potitus was a priest and his father Calpurnius a deacon.

The name Patrick or Patrichie means a great man in Latin. From the account of his life, we learn that at the age of 16 he ends up forgetting about God. When he reached this age, his village was looted by pirates, and he was sold into slavery in Ireland. He becomes a shepherd on Mount Slemish in Antrim County. Going into captivity completely changed his life. From the rich and carefree young man, comes the person who said at least a hundred prayers at night and as many during the day.

St. Patrick had two visions: in the first he was shown that he would return home, and in the second he was told that his ship was ready. The revelation made by God is fulfilled, so that after six years spent in captivity, he manages to return to his parents.

Facts about St. Patrick's Day celebrations you probably don't know

The Saint Patrick’s Day parade is a tradition both in Ireland and abroad. After the great famine of the 19th century, caused by the lack of potatoes, a wave of migrants left Ireland, and the parade of Saint Patrick’s Day became their way of manifesting their identity. Starting from the tradition, parades began to be organized all over the world, which came to include all those who share the same values.

Ireland celebrates March 17 every year on St. Patrick's Day, the spiritual patron saint of the Irish. This day is marked with great pomp not only in Ireland, but throughout the world, in Irish communities. Each family prepares a traditional dinner with beef and cabbage dishes.

The legend of the saint who patronizes Ireland

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As for the biography of St. Patrick, the true story intertwines harmoniously with the legend. It is known that St. Patrick was born in Scotland and was abducted and sold to Ireland as a slave. He became a deacon, then a priest and ended up as a bishop. Arriving on the mainland, he was sent back by the Pope to preach the gospel. He traveled mainly to the Celtic settlements, as evidenced by the fact that today many places in Wales, Cornwall, Scotland and Ireland bear his name.

Legend and history become even more difficult to separate when various sources speak of St. Patrick standing on top of a hill and - with the help of a stick - throwing snakes into the sea, forbidding them forever to return to the shores of Ireland. Patrick became known in the world as the one who saved Ireland from snakes. It is true that there are no snakes in Ireland today, but it seems that there has never been one, at least since the island is separated from the mainland. It is probably a symbol of the end of pagan practices in those places.

Regardless of the weather, March 17 was considered spring day, as St. Patrick promised to tame the weather from that date. For this reason, during this period, Irish farmers began to grow potatoes.

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Later, he meets Saint German, the bishop of the city, in Auxerre. He has another dream, in which he is asked to go to Ireland. He asked St. German for advice on the dream, and because he had prayed to God to give him a person to replace St. Palladium, he saw in this dream a response from God. We point out that the Holy Palladium had left Ireland less than a year after his ordination, because of the cruelty of the Irish.

He was ordained a bishop and in 432 left the monastery of Auxerre with some companions for Ireland. Surrounded by pagans, St. Patrick had many trials.

The Druids will be dissatisfied with the presence of St. Patrick and will send Dichu to kill him. He stiffens as he raises his sword to kill him. St. Patrick unleashes him from the unseen power that held him in place. In response to the miracle performed, Dichiu will offer the saint a shelter in which he will celebrate the Holy Mass. After this miracle, many Irish people received faith in Christ. Later, he and his disciples baptized the entire country.

St. Patrick passed away on March 17, around 480. He is depicted in iconography holding a clover (a three-leafed plant), a symbol of the Holy Trinity, one God in being, but three in person. It is celebrated every year, on March 17.

St. Patrick's Day is celebrated not only in Ireland, but in many countries around the world. The most important festival is considered to be the one in Dublin, in Leinster.

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Tradition says that on the night of October 31 to November 1, spirits, both evil and good, cross the border into our world and beyond. Despite what has been said, the holiday has no satanic significance at all. It was discussed that the origins of the holiday can be found in a Celtic festival, also known as "Samhain", a festival that was organized on October 31. The purpose of the festival was to gather harvests, and the events were similar to those of today: Halloween costumes, home decorations, turning pumpkins into lanterns, but makeup and the famous "trick-or-treat".

  1. Q: Where did the term "Jack  O’Lantern" come from?

Answer: The term "Jack O’Lantern" comes from an Irish story about a cheap man named "Miser Jack" who made a deal with the devil. 

  1. Q: Where is the longest haunted house in the world?

Answer: The haunted cave in Lewisburg, Ohio is an enormous length of 3,564 feet and 80 feet underground!

  1. Q: What was the most successful Paranormal movie?

Answer: Paranormal Activity 3

  1. Question: Why did the women look in the mirror as they went down the stairs at midnight on Halloween?

Answer: To see your friends.

  1. Q: What mask does Michael Myers wear on the original Halloween?

Answer: Because the studio had such a small budget, they had to use the cheapest mask they could find. It was a $ 2 William Shatner mask they painted white.

  1. Q: How many kilograms of sweet corn are produced each year?

Answer: 35 million pounds of sweet corn are produced annually, or about 9 billion pieces.

  1. Question: What vegetables are traditionally on the night before Halloween?

Answer: Cabbage is often used in pranks night, sometimes called Cabbage Night. Sometimes people would leave rotten cabbage by the neighbors' doors.

  1. Q: How much did Americans spend on Halloween in 2019?

Answer: $ 2.6 billion.

  1. Q: What was the original name of Disney Hocus Pocus?

Answer: Hocus Pocus was originally called "Halloween House" - and it was more horror than comedy.

  1. Q: One holiday surpasses Halloween in annual consumer sales. What is it?

Answer: Christmas is the most important thing!

  1. Q: Why are black cats associated with Halloween (and bad luck)?

Answer: Puritans associated black cats with witchcraft, which led to the association of feline onyx with Halloween. In many other cultures, black cats are actually lucky and revered!

  1. Q: When was Trick or Treat founded for UNICEF?

Answer: 1950.

  1. Question: What was the original name of sweet corn?

Answer: Chicken Feed

  1. Question: Why did people start dressing up as Halloween costumes?

Answer: Many Europeans, including the Celts, dressed in costumes to repel the spirits I believe returned to Earth during what we now call Halloween.

  1. Q: What medieval English tradition inspired the food?

Answer: On the day of remembrance of those who left, the poor walked "in the soul", knocking on doors and offering prayers for loved ones who died in exchange for food.

  1. Q: What did Scottish women hang to see their future Halloween husbands?

Answer: Wet sheets in front of the fire.

  1. Q: What is the name of the pre-Halloween party in Des Moines, Iowa?

Answer: In Des Moines, the night before Halloween is called Beggar's Night, when children go door to door telling jokes, reciting poems or dancing in exchange for sweets.

  1. Question: Who was the first lady to decorate the White House for Halloween?

Answer: Mamie Eisenhower in 1958.

  1. Q: Which famous magician died on Halloween?

Answer: Harry Houdini

  1. Q: Why do some people wear Halloween clothes on the inside?

Answer: Some superstitions say that if you put on your clothes inside and go back to Halloween, you will see a witch in the middle of the night.

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There is so much interesting knowledge in the world that, for some reason, remains "gathering dust" on the outskirts of history. But, as they say, the Internet remembers everything, so here you can find a lot of interesting information if you know where to look. Fortunately, today you will not have to look for anything, as we did it for you, having collected 20 fascinating stories and facts about a wide variety of things that will gently massage your brain with new and curious knowledge.


When hockey player and Olympic champion Brendan Shanahan was 14 years old, he asked for an autograph from the famous hockey player Rick Wave, but he refused him in a rude manner. After 4 years, Shanahan was already playing in the NHL, and he showed aggression towards Wave, arranging clashes with him during the first game against each other.As

Brendan Shanahan said in an interview, it was a rather calm game, so Wave could not understand such a strong aggression in his side. Later, Rick Wave asked his teammate, "what's wrong with this guy?", And he explained to him that it was all about an old grudge. After a while, Wave introduced Shanahan to his 14-year-old son, but this time the result was different 🏒

“I signed an autograph and took a picture with him, sitting him on my shoulders. I didn't want karma to get to me, ”Shanahan said.


There is such a thing as Earl Gray tea poisoning.


In May 2001, a 44-year-old man went to the doctors for help, complaining of muscle cramps and blurred vision. Doctors found that Earl Gray tea was the culprit, which the man drank 4 liters a day for 25 years. The symptoms went away as soon as he reduced the consumption of this tea to 1-2 liters per day ☕


In 1524, a statue of the Virgin Mary in a cathedral in Riga, Latvia, was accused of witchcraft. She was put to the test by throwing her into the river. As the wooden statue floated, it was found guilty and burned.This


is believed to be due to the war between Catholics and Protestants, which began in 1522. Catholics love statues of saints, while Protestants consider them pointless. In ancient times, Protestants sought to destroy statues, using this as a means of suppressing Catholicism ✝️


Research in 2018 showed that there is a so-called "psychogenic death", when a person mentally gives up life and dies within a few days.


This phenomenon occurs when someone experiences a severe loss, which, in his opinion, cannot be eliminated. and a person considers death his only way out 🙏


Michael Jackson was a great composer despite the fact that he could not write music and play instruments.


He used beatboxes and hummed melodies into the microphone to record pieces of music for his songs. 🎼

“He sang for us every part of the arrangement for strings. It was all in his head, harmony and all that, ”said sound engineer Rob Hoffman.

You can view Michael's demos by searching, for example, Michael Jackson - Beat it (Demo).


The cicada's wings have an antibacterial surface that kills bacteria not with chemicals, but thanks to the nano-texture of nanopillars that rupture bacterial membranes.


Nano-cones cause bacteria to "stretch" so much that they die. It is reported that this nano-texture can be applied artificially, but it does not withstand the first wash 🔬



Nazi Germany created their own New Testament (while removing the Old), from which they removed the genealogy of Jesus, proving that he was the son of David, as well as all the names of the Jews and related places


However, they left references to Jews who put them in bad light. They remade the New Testament so much that they turned Jesus into a warrior fighting the Jews. Also, German Christians regularly reminded that it was the Jews who crucified Jesus Christ.


In 1648, an angry mob of Parisians broke into the royal palace, demanding a meeting with the king. They were taken to the bedroom of Louis XIV, where he pretended to be asleep. The satisfied crowd quietly left


At that time, Louis was 12 years old, and the crowd wanted to make sure that he did not flee from Paris 😪


In 1932 and 1937, the US Navy conducted simulated air attacks on Pearl Harbor. In both exercises, the attacking aircraft achieved success. Both incidents were ignored by the US Navy, but were scrutinized by the Japanese.


In preparing the attack on Pearl Harbor, the Japanese also relied on the British air attack on the Italian fleet in Taranto in 1940 🛩️



When the owner of the dog, Shep, died in August 1936, she followed his coffin to the train station and watched as he was loaded onto a train bound for the eastern United States. For 6 years until his death, the dog met every train every day, waiting for the return of its owner


. Reportedly, the dog met trains for 6 years, until January 12, 1942, he was hit by a train. It is believed that his front legs were on one of the rails, and he simply did not hear the train until it was too late. A few days later, almost all residents of Fort Benton, Montana, USA attended Shep's funeral 😿


August 18, 1913 in Monte Carlo there was the sad game of roulette, when the ball falls on black 26 times in a row


Players have lost millions, expecting that the path he is on red, so that the notion of "gambler's fallacy" or "false conclusion Monte -Carlo. "

Player error is when players do not realize that the probability of the next outcome does not depend on the previous outcomes. Simply put, if 25 times "black" has dropped out, then this does not mean in any way that the 26th will have "red" 🃏


In February 1970, a jet fighter landed safe and sound in a Montana field after a pilot ejected when the plane went into a tailspin during training.


After the ejection, the plane suddenly leveled off and flew away. A few hours later, a farmer found a plane lying in a field with engines running 🛬



The defibrillator will not trigger a stopped heart. In fact, on the contrary, it actually stops it during a heart attack, allowing the natural systems of the heart to take over and return it to normal sinus rhythm.After a


complete contraction due to the discharge, the heart cells are in a state of complete non-excitability for some time and on the ECG there is a flat line. After a while, the resting potential is restored and the pacemaker (the part of the heart muscle in which impulses are generated) can start its work again. Contrary to everything you've seen in TV shows and movies, a defibrillator is never used for asystole (a straight line on the ECG), as it doesn't make sense 💓


In 2018, 55-year-old electrical engineer Sergei Savitsky, who worked at the Russian research station Bellingshausen, Waterloo Island (King George), while in the dining room, stabbed welder Oleg Beloguzov in the chest for revealing the killer's name in the book. which Sergei had not yet finished reading

Oleg Beloguzov was taken to a hospital in Chile, where he was hospitalized. Sergei Savitsky was deported to Russia, where a criminal case was initiated against him. Oleg reportedly regularly mocked Sergei Savitsky. In 2019, the case was closed due to the reconciliation of the parties 📚


The ears of owls are located asymmetrically, i.e. at different heights on the sides of the head, so sounds reach each ear at different times. This is important for determining the exact direction of prey.


Also, their eyes are so large that there is literally no room in the eye sockets for muscles to move them. Therefore, if an owl needs to look to the side, then it turns its head 🦉


Forest fires in Germany can cause unexploded bombs from WWII and endanger firefighters


In Germany, under buildings and forests, there are a large number of unexploded bombs left over from WWII 💥

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