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Angler Fish Interesting Mating Facts

Angler fish is a deep sea creature known by its lantern which attracts the pray in dark waters.For them to find a suitable partner can be a impossible quest. For this reason when male finds a female it latches on her and spends the rest of his life feeding from his female partner. After certain time the male loses his organs and their skin melt into each other’s becoming one organism.  Scientists were puzzled by this discovery because consequently the male becomes a small lump on the female’s body. The lump that is always available source of sperm. The male angler fish finds a female by following her odor in the vast ocean. In sense it gives itself completely to became senseless creature that is no more than ordinary parasite.

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Koala Sex Life

Female koalas have become infamous for engaging in lesbian sex. Females often overlook males and participate in sexual acts with other females, … Keep Reading

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Facts on Racial Discrimination

There are a number of things about racial discrimination to see. These can change the way how people treat others and should encourage people to feel more comfortable around those who are different. It is estimated that there is five times as much genetic variation within different races than what is between them. This comes… Keep Reading

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Ancient Indian Astronomers

Rig Veda, the oldest and perhaps most mystical text ever composed in India, says: “With deep respect, I bow to the sun, who travels 2,202 yojanas in half a nimesha.” A yojana is about nine American miles; a nimesha is 16/75 of a second. 2,202 yojanas x 9 miles x 75/8 nimeshas = 185,794 m.… Keep Reading

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Mount Pelee Facts

Mount Pelee is a volcano located on the French island of Martinique in the Caribbean. It is well known for his destructive past. It was the early morning, may 8th in 1902, when eruption started destroying everything in its path. Killing in one day more than 30000 people. Completely destroying the city of Saint-Pierre, leaving… Keep Reading

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Temporary Marriage in Iran

Anonymous in the West, temporary marriage is, basically, a contractual deal between a man and a woman who decide to be married for an agreed period of time varying from one hour to 99 years. This custom is practiced among the Shiites of Iran and Iraq, although not a part of Quranic teachings. In Iran,… Keep Reading

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G. I. Gurdjieff Facts

George Ivanovich Gurdjieff, popularly known as G.I. Gurdjieff, a famous mystic and spiritual teacher, is believed to have born on January 14, 1866. His date of birth is, however, not confirmed till date but the conjectures range from 1866-1877. Gurdjieff is said to have born to a Greek father and Armenian mother in Alexandropol. He… Keep Reading

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Murphy Law Facts

Murphy’s Law is a witticism which states that ‘anything that can possibly go wrong will go wrong’. The Law came into recognition at the Edward’s Air force Base at North Base in 1949. It was named after Captain Edward Murphy, who had been working on an Air Force Project MX981, which was designed to see… Keep Reading

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Eating Just Fish Could be Mortal

Fish has all essential amino acids that humans need to survive. However, we could die if we had only fish in our diet. This is because fish has no Vitamin C which is crucial for human survival. Even today we use few drops of lemon when eating cooked fish. Only fish that consumes plankton has… Keep Reading

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Lord Jesus Christ in Car Accident

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Facts on Khmer Rouge

Khmer Rouge was a notable group of people that was originally based out of Cambodia. The group consisted of people who followed the Communist Party of Kampuchea in the 1970s. The regime was very strong but was noted predominantly for its violence in that the regime was responsible for the deaths of nearly two million… Keep Reading

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Caspian Sea Facts

Known as Qazvin in the ancient times, the Caspian sea is surrounded by southern Russia, Turkmenistan, Northern Iran, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan. Its surface area is 371,000 square kilometers and the volume is 78200 cubic kilometers. World\’s 40-44% of the lake water is accounted for by the Caspian Sea. Around 130 rivers are a source of… Keep Reading

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Worm Penis Fight

Penis fight, also referred as penis fencing, is basically a mating activity performed by certain species of flatworm, for example Pseudobiceros hancockanus. These flatworms are mainly hermaphrodites, i.e. a species not having a specific sex. Each individual flatworm features two penises which are white and pointed. Being hermaphrodites, each individual possesses both – ovaries to… Keep Reading

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Facts about Nelson Mandela

Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was born 18 July in the year 1918. He was named Rolihlahla and got the name Mandela from his grandfather. The name Nelson was given to him by his teacher Miss Mdingane. He was born in Mveso, Umtata in the Cape Province. After the death of his father he was looked after… Keep Reading

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J. D. Salinger Facts

J.D. Salinger, short for Jerome David Salinger, a famous American novelist and short story writer, was born in 1919 in a prosperous Jewish family. Salinger completed his early schools and was then sent to Valley Forge Military Academy from 1934-1936. While he was attending NYU and Columbia University, he started submitting short stories for publication.… Keep Reading

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Solved a Century Old Problem

Poincare conjecture is one of the mathematical theorems that has been demonstrated recently passably to the point that it can be taken as a full theorem. You can find various definitions for Poincare Conjecture on different websites. For example, according to Wikipedia “In mathematics, the Poincare conjecture (French, ) is a theorem about the characterization… Keep Reading

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Oldest Tree Facts

Trees are something that can staggeringly grow to old ages. They can live much longer than any other animal or plant. As a matter of fact, many trees attain implausible longevity for a number of exclusive potentials. Some of these capabilities include the potential to replace lost or damaged organs, a sectored vascular system that… Keep Reading

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Watermelon Facts

Watermelon, which is also known as Citrullus lanatus (Thunb.) in the Cucurbitaceae family, is a unique fruit as well as a plant that comes from the southern part of Africa. rnrnThe watermelon plant is especially known since creates a fruit known by botanists as a pepo. This is a unique berry that features a thick… Keep Reading

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Sputnik 1 Facts

The Sputnik Program, more commonly known as “companion”, is a group of numerous robotic spacecraft operations launched by the Soviet Union. Sputnik 1, the first of these, is the first known human made object to enter the space. Sputnik 1 was launched into the space on October 4, 1957. The launch laid bare the expediency… Keep Reading

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Constellation Leo Facts

Leo is the fifth of the twelve Zodiac constellations. Depicted as a crouching lion facing the west, with a sickle of stars marking the head and mane of the animal, this constellation is seen mostly in the evening. It is easily noticeable during the spring season in the northern hemisphere and during autumn in the… Keep Reading

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Facts About Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln was married to Marry Todd and was a father of four children but three of sons died before even turning 20 and in the present times there are no living heirs of Lincoln. Lincoln’s hat was more than fashion or protection, the 6 Feet 4 inches tall Lincoln used it to store money.… Keep Reading

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Toucan Facts

Toucan is a brightly colored bird commonly found in the rain forests of the Central and South America. Toucans are birds with variety in color as well as the size. Bright in color having red, blue, yellow, orange etc. and the size varies from 14 to 30 inches. These birds have a distinguished feature by… Keep Reading

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