Monthly Archive:: May 2011
Previous Part – http://coolfacts.in/cool-facts-about-babies/ Now here is a list of some more cool facts about babies! They are so cute I can’t help writing more about them! <3 About 40% of babies are born with a birthmark somewhere on their body. Newborn babies have very poor eyesight and can only focus on objects roughly 8
Crocodiles can swim just with the help of their powerful tail with 40 km (25 mi) per hour, and can stand underwater 2-3 hours. On land they can burst on short rapid races, but they get tired very quickly. They can also execute jumps out of the water, a several meters long. A farmed crocodile
Teddy bears are named after president Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt. On a political trip involving a dispute over the border between Louisiana and Mississippi, Roosevelt went on a side hunting outing in 1903, in Mississippi. Teddy Roosevelt refused to shoot a helpless black bear cub, which had been chained to a tree for him by his
A few drops of vanilla in a can of paint will help eliminate unpleasant odors! A vanilla bean under your car seat gives a fresh aroma and helps eliminate musty odors. A teaspoon or so of vanilla in Italian tomato sauces or Mexican chili helps cut the acidity of the tomatoes! The United States consumption
Some sweet facts about Chocolate The word Chocolate comes from the Aztec word xocolatl, meaning, bitter water. 71% of American chocolate eaters prefer milk chocolate. It’s true! Chocolate is The Food Of The Gods. Cacao beans come from a tree that is a species of the genus Theobroma, which translated is food of the gods.
Letters ‘a’, ‘b’, ‘c’ & ‘d’ do not appear anywhere in the spellings of 1 to 99 (Letter ‘d’ comes for the first time in Hundred) Letters ‘a’, ‘b’ & ‘c’ do not appear anywhere in the spellings of 1 to 999 (Letter ‘a’ comes for the first time in Thousand) Letters ‘b’ & ‘c’
A whopping 165,000 species grouped in 127 families make butterflies and moths one of the most diverse insects in the world. There is no clear-cut difference between moths and butterflies, and scientists have yet to make a definitive distinction. In general, butterflies tend to be brighter in color and fly in the day, while the