What did Burger King write at the end of It? How does the only brown panda in the world live? Who do we resemble when we are slightly drunk? Why do crows love grabbing other animals by the tail? There are so many interesting questions! It’s great that we have the answers to all of them!
We have collected a few facts for you that you will most likely want to share with your friends.
So scroll down to read for yourself these amazing facts that made our jaws drop and now it’s your turn.
The world only has 1 Brown Panda
His name is Qizai which can be translated as “the seventh son.” Scientists found him abandoned at the age of 2 months in Central China. Thanks to his color, he has become famous and now has his own guard, park, and food made of special kinds of bamboo.
Burger King has a special message for you at the end of 2017’s movie “It”
At the end of the movie, right after the credits, there is a line, “The moral is: never trust a clown.” This was a clever way to troll McDonald’s.
You have seen green and yellow bananas but there are also Red Bananas
These kinds of bananas grow in South and West Africa, and in the Canary Islands. Scientists think that these fruits will have a great future because they have a great flavor and a creamy taste. They contain more vitamin C, calcium, fiber, and beta-carotene compared to regular bananas.
Nepal celebrates a 5 day festival in which they thank the dogs for their friendship and loyalty
People who celebrate this day put flowers on their dogs, lights, paint them with chalk, and give them the tastiest dog treats.
Pablo Picasso carried a revolver everywhere. It was loaded with blanks. He shot at everyone who asked what his paintings meant.
Snakes might be flexible but they have lots of bones
Depending on the species, snakes can have 400 or more bones but the unique design of their skeleton gives them their familiar shape and their amazing flexibility.
Angiogram showing damaged/decreased vascular tissue in the index finger of a yo-yo master
An ancient meme found in Turkey
In 2013, while laying a cable in Antakya, a 200-year-old mosaic of a skeleton was found. It was lying near bread and wine and the inscription said, “Be happy and live your life.”