310+ Amazing Facts for Students in English

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310+ Amazing Facts for Students in English

Amazing Facts for Students in English

  • Porcupines can float.
  • Apples float on water!
  • Slugs have four noses.
  • Only male toads croak.
  • Slugs have four noses!
  • Caterpillars have 12 eyes!
  • Water covers 70% of Earth.
  • There is no sound in space!
  • Most insects hatch from eggs.
  • Most fish don’t have eyelids.
  • Owls can’t move their eyeballs
  • Kangaroos can’t walk backwards.
  • Hummingbirds can fly backwards.
  • Kangaroos can’t walk backwards.
  • Hummingbirds can fly backwards.
  • Owls can’t move their eyeballs!
  • Hippopotamus produces pink milk.
  • The sunset on Mars appears blue.
  • Hippopotamus produces pink milk. 
  • Horses and cows sleep standing up.
  • An average yawn lasts six seconds.
  • Your nose gets warmer when you lie.
  • A group of frogs is called an army.
  • Gorilla’s burp when they are happy.
  • All babies are born with blue eyes.
  • Gorilla’s burp when they are happy!
  • Did you know slugs have four noses?!
  • Some fish can cough! Weird but true!
  • A beefalo is a part cow, part bison!
  • Your skin is the largest body organ!
  • Frogs drink water through their skin.
  • When you grow up you’ll have 32 teeth
  • Women’s hearts beat faster than men’s.
  • About 70% of an adult’s body is water.
  • Ice cream was once called “cream ice.”
  • Women’s hearts beat faster than men’s.
  • You can’t smell anything while asleep!
  • There are 31,557,600 seconds in a year.
  • Weird but true – Only male toads croak!
  • Bats are the only mammals that can fly.
  • New Zealand has more sheep than people.
  • A crocodile cannot stick its tongue out.
  • It is impossible to lick your own elbow.
  • A hippo’s lips are nearly two feet wide.
  • A crocodile cannot stick its tongue out!
  • Cats can’t taste anything that is sweet.
  • Anteaters have no teeth! Weird but true!
  • Almonds are members of the peach family.

Intresting Facts for Students in English

  • Humans are the only animals with chins. 
  • About 75% of your brain is made of water.
  • Your heart beats about 115,000 every day.
  • A jar of Nutella sells every 2.5 seconds.
  • A hippopotamus can run faster than a man.
  • A Tiger’s skin is striped, like it’s fur.
  • A jar of Nutella sells every 2.5 seconds!
  • Most people fall asleep in seven minutes.
  • Octopuses have blue blood and nine brains.
  • Octopuses have blue blood and nine brains!
  • Dogs can hear 10 times better than humans!
  • Horses and cows actually sleep standing up.
  • Your heart beats about 115,000 times a day.
  • The sun is about 10,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Humans share 50% of their DNA with bananas.
  • The world’s heaviest carrot weighed 10.7kg!
  • An average yawn is nearly six seconds long.
  • Apples are actually part of the rose family.
  • A prawn or shrimp’s heart is in their heads.
  • Iron makes up around 5% of the Earth’s crust.
  • A shark doesn’t contain any bones in its body.
  • Elephants are the only animal that can’t jump.
  • It’s impossible to sneeze with your eyes open.
  • It would take only one hour to drive to space.
  • It took nearly 1500 years to build Stonehenge.
  • Believe it or not, Caterpillars have 12 eyes!!
  • Some hummingbirds can weigh less than a penny!
  • Venus is the only planet that spins clockwise!
  • Tomatoes are actually fruits, not vegetables!!
  • It’s impossible to sneeze with your eyes open.
  • Hawaiian pizza was actually invented in Canada.
  • Your heart is about the same size as your fist.
  • French fries originated in Belgium, not France.
  • Weird but true – Cockroaches have white blood! 
  • Cows can walk up the stairs but can’t get down!
  • French fries originated in Belgium, not France.
  • Your heart is about the same size as your fist.
  • Your heart beats about 115,000 times every day.
  • It took nearly 1500 years to build Stonehenge. 
  • Our average body temperature declines as we age.
  • An ostrich’s eye is bigger than its whole brain.
  • Dogs’ hearing is 10 times better than a human’s.
  • Dogs can smell 100,000 times better than humans.
  • A blue whale’s heart can weigh upto 2000 pounds!
  • India was the only source of diamonds till 1896!
  • Over one million Earths could fit inside the sun.
  • More than 480million people have played Monopoly.

Geographical Facts for Students in English

  • Monkeys can go bald in old age, just like humans.
  • An avalanche can travel upto the speed of 80 mph!
  • Squid, Octopus, Horseshoe crabs have blue blood!!
  • A neutron star can spin 600 times in one second. 
  • Did you know ketchup was once sold as a medicine?
  • Your nose and ears keep growing your entire life!
  • Proxima Centauri is the nearest star to the Earth.
  • Ham the Astrochimp was the first hominid in space!
  • The world’s longest French fry is 34-inches long. 
  • Vatican City is the smallest country in the world. 
  • The Solar System formed about 4.6 billion years ago.
  • A male Ostrich can roar like a Lion! Weird but true…
  • Nearly six million Jews were killed in World War-II.
  • The human body is made up of about 37 trillion cells.
  • No word in the dictionary rhyme with the word orange.
  • There are more than 1,000 kinds of bats in the world.
  • A chameleon’s tongue is at least as long as its body.
  • A prawn’s heart is located at the bottom of its head!
  • Weird but true – Cat urine glows under a black light!
  • A fox uses its tail to communicate with other foxes. 
  • The colossal squid has the largest eyes in the world.
  • Apples are one-quarter air. No wonder why they float!
  • Did you know ripe cranberries can bounce like a ball.
  • Human blood is as salty as the ocean. Weird but true…
  • Fingernails can grow four times faster than toenails.
  • Did you know theatre was invented by ancient Greeks?!
  • The opposite sides of the dice always add up to seven.
  • A bolt of lightning is five times hotter than the sun.
  • Fingernails grow four times faster than your toenails.

Human Body Facts for Students in English

  • Did you know a hippopotamus can run faster than a man?
  • The human body is made up of about 724 trillion cells!
  • Did you know It is impossible to lick your own elbow?!
  • Most groups of penguins actually live in warm climates.
  • The average star is between 1 and 10 billion years old.
  • A pet hamster can run up to 8 miles a night on a wheel.
  • A pet hamster can run up to 8 miles a night on a wheel.
  • Sea Lions are the only animals that can clap to a beat.
  • Did you know a grizzly bear can run as fast as a horse?
  • There are a billion bacteria in your mouth at any time!
  • Human eyes are made of nearly 2 million working parts. 
  • Peaches and nectarines are almost genetically identical.
  • A bolt of lightning is five times hotter than the sun!! 
  • Dogs can smell nearly 100,000 times better than humans!!
  • The shark is the only fish that can blink with both eyes.
  • Your nose and ears continue growing for your entire life.
  • Weird but true – Horses and cows sleep while standing up!
  • Did you know rubber bands last longer when refrigerated?!
  • Mayan people worshipped turkeys as Gods!! Weird but true…
  • Tomatoes and avocados are actually fruits, not vegetables.
  • Did you know an ostrich’s brain is smaller than it’s eye!!
  • Nearly 10 percent of all of a cat’s bones are in its tail.
  • Did you know Panda droppings could be recycled into paper!
  • You can buy a piece of meteorite from eBay…Weird but true!
  • Human Eyes can detect about 10 million different colours! 
  • Eyelashes can live for about 150 days before falling out. 
  • Jupiter is the fastest spinning planet in the solar system.
  • Every step you take uses 200 different muscles in the body.
  • Applesauce was the first food eaten in space by astronauts.
  • Every minute, your entire blood passes through your heart! 
  • The human eye is comprised of about 2 million working parts.
  • Number four is the only one with the same amount of letters.
  • Did you know Elephants are the only animals that can’t jump!
  • Number four is the only one with the same amount of letters!

Animals Facts for Students in English

  • Bees are found everywhere in the world apart from Antarctica.
  • Pigs can’t look up into the sky – it’s physically impossible.
  • Did you know you can buy pyramid shaped watermelons in Japan!
  • Ancient Greeks believed redheads become vampires after death!
  • Hawaii’s Mauna Loa is the largest active volcano in the world.
  • First Candy Canes had no stripes at all! Can you believe that?
  • It takes about 50 licks to finish just one scoop of ice cream.
  •  It takes about 50 licks to finish just one scoop of ice cream.
  • The human brain will triple its size in the first year of life.
  • You can not talk and inhale or exhale at the same time… try it!
  • Did you know Monkeys can go bald in old age, just like humans?!
  • A coyote can hear a mouse moving almost a foot under the snow!!
  • Age of most of the stars is between 1 and 10 billion years old.
  • Weird but true – At ancient Olympics, athletes performed naked!
  • A dog’s nose is like a human finger print – unique to its owner.
  • The fastest recorded raindrop travelled at the speed of 18 mph! 
  • Did you know Easter always falls between March 22 and April 25?!
  • Did you know you use 200 different muscles in the body to walk?!
  • Every dog’s nose print is unique – much like a human fingerprint!
  • Believe it or not but some cars can run on used french fries oil!
  • Weird but true – Nearly 75% of the human brain comprises of water!
  • Ancient Egyptians had more than 2,000 deities whom they worshipped!
  • Strawberries are the only fruit that sports its seeds on the outside.
  • Did you know one day on Venus is almost as long as 8 months on Earth?
  • It is illegal to stand within 90 metres of the Queen without socks on.
  • Snails take the longest naps with some lasting as long as three years.
  • Footprints on the Moon can last for 100 million years! Weird but true…
  • Did you know you are as tall as the length of your arms stretched out?
  • The Andes in South America are the longest mountain range in the world.
  • Experts predict that there will be 9.7 billion people on Earth by 2050.
  • There are more stars in space than there are grains of sand on a beach.
  • Clouds look white because they are reflecting sunlight from above them.

Cool Facts for Students in English

  • Humans not only have unique fingerprints but also unique tongue-prints!
  • The human nose can detect and recognise three trillion different scents.
  • Did you know there are nearly 2,000 thunderstorms on Earth every minute?
  • Weird but true – The opposite sides of the dice always add up to seven!!
  • As well as having unique finger prints, we all have unique tongue prints.
  • The first living creatures intentionally sent into space were fruit flies!
  • According to Google data, there are 129,864,880 unique books in the world!
  • George Washington opened a whiskey distillery after his presidential term.
  • Pineapples were a status symbol in 18th century’s England! Weird but true…
  • It’s physically impossible for pigs to look up into the sky…weird but true!
  • Did you know some perfumes actually have whale poop in them? Weird but true!
  • Our nose is a natural lie detector…it gets warmer as we lie! Weird but true!
  • Emperor penguins can last 27 minutes underwater and can dive as deep as 500m.
  • Believe it or not, Peanuts are not nuts! They are part of the legumes family.
  • It takes between two and three years for a pineapple to grow to its full size.
  • North Korea and Cuba are the only places in the world you can’t buy Coca Cola.
  • Did you know people made clothes out of food sacks during the Great Depression?
  • It takes eight minutes and 19 seconds for light to travel from the Sun to Earth.
  • Weird but true – The ancient Romans often used stale urine as mouthwash!! Yuck!!
  • Scientists believe there are around 6 to 10 million different species of insects.
  • The Great Red Spot of Jupiter is a storm that has been raging for over 200 years!
  • You fart on average 14 times a day, and each fart travels from your body at 7 mph.
  • Russia is just 2 miles from Alaska. Who would’ve thought they’d be so close? Crazy!
  • There is a tree called the Idiot Fruit, it grows in Australia’s Daintree rainforest
  • Did you know Pluto got its name from an 11-year-old girl, Venetia Burney of Oxford?
  • Sea sponges are considered the “least evolutionarily advanced” animal on the planet.
  • The nearest star to Earth is 4.2 light-years away. It’s called the Proxima Centauri.
  • Australia has the most amount of reptiles in the world (over 750 different species!)
  • Australia has the most amount of reptiles in the world (over 750 different species!)
  • Did you know the Eiffel Tower grows taller every summer and shrinks back in winter?!
  • It is illegal to stand within 90 metres of distance from the Queen without socks on.
  • It would only take one hour to drive to space if you could go straight up in the air.
  • Bees are found everywhere in the world except Antarctica. Learn more about Bees here!

Strange Facts for Students in English

  • The average star is between 1 and 10 billion years old (although some are even older!)
  • ‘Arachibutyrophobia’ is the fear of getting peanut bar stuck to the roof of your mouth.
  • There are no male or female earthworms. All earthworms have both male and female parts.
  • Did you know If you could travel at the speed of light, you would never get any older?!
  • A lot of Viking men actually dyed their hair blonde. Some even dyed their beards a well!
  • Abraham Lincoln was once declared a wrestling champion. He was also a licensed bartender.
  • Did you know some salamanders can regrow their tails, legs and even parts of their eyes!!
  • There are more stars in space than there are grains of sand on a beach! Strange but true…
  • Wearing headphones for just an hour could increase the bacteria in your ear by 700 times. 
  • Spain, Sweden and Switzerland remained neutral in World War -II and did not join any side.
  • Ching Shih is believed to be the world’s most successful pirate in history and was a woman!
  • The female hummingbird builds the world’s smallest bird’s nest – about the size of a walnut!
  • Sloths are excellent swimmers and can hold their breath for upto forty minutes underwater!! 
  • If you would unwrap an Egyptian Mummy, it’s bandages can stretch upto 1.6km! Weird but true…
  • Scientists believe that there are more than 10 million different kinds of life forms on earth.
  • The sun looks super close but it would take 70,000 years in our fastest spaceship to reach it.
  • Mystery snails can regenerate their eyes completely after amputation through the mid-eyestalk?
  • Deer will sometimes flash the white underside of their tail to warn others about nearby danger.
  • Venus is the hottest planet in the solar system, with temperatures of over 450 degrees Celcius.
  • The smallest country in the world is the Vatican City in Rome, Italy. It’s only about 109 acres.
  • Cuba and North Korea are the only countries in the world where you cannot buy or sell Coca-Cola.
  • The world’s heaviest carrot grown by Christopher Qualley in the USA weighed 10.7kg (or 22.44 lb).
  • Did you know Easter Island houses 887 giant head statues that were carved nearly 2000 years ago?!
  • Cookie Monster isn’t actually eating cookies on Sesame Street – they’re actually painted rice cakes!

Amazing Facts for Students in Assembly

  • Did you know baby elephants suck their trunks (much like human babies suck their thumbs) for comfort?
  • It would take 70,000 years in the fastest spaceship to reach the Alpha Centauri! That’s how far it is!
  • Strange but true…Potatoes were once used as currency on the South Atlantic island of Tristan da Cunha!!
  • The United States and Canada share the longest border in the world. In total, it spans over 1,538 miles!
  • Russia ran out of vodka while celebrating the end of World War II! The party lasted for nearly 22 hours.
  • There may have been four different Ice Ages, where the world was completely covered in ice, not just one.
  • The tallest building in the world is the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, which is 828 metres tall with 163 floors.
  • The world’s tallest man was Robert Wadlow from Michigan, America. He measured 8 feet and 2 inches (or 272cm).
  • The Pyramid of Khufu at Giza is the largest Egyptian pyramid and weighs as much as 16 Empire State buildings!
  • Abraham Lincoln – the 16th American President was a licensed bartender. He was also a wrestling champion too!
  • The festive tradition of the Christmas tree dates back thousands of years to the Romans and Ancient Egyptians.
  • Believe it or not – In Wales, United Kingdom, it is possible to compete in an underwater mountain bike race!! 
  • There are more television sets in the United States of America than the number of people in the United Kingdom.
  • You might think that stars are all the same, but each star is a different colour depending on their temperature.
  • Insects have inhabited the Earth for about 350 million years while humans have been here for only 300,000 years.
  • Did you know sea otters hold hands as they sleep? It keeps them from floating away in the sea while they sleep. 
  • Did you know Neptune has the fastest winds in the solar system? It’s winds reach an astonishing speed of 1600 mph!
  • The “sixth sick sheik’s sixth sheep’s sick” is believed to be the toughest tongue twister in the English language.
  • Frida Kahlo, the famous Mexican painter, sketched and painted 143 paintings, out of which 55 were self-portraits. 
  • Panthers are not actually a separate species of cats. They’re just leopards or jaguars with a black color mutation.
  • Did you know it was popular for Viking men to dye their hair blonde?! Some went further and even dyed their beards!
  • Asia is the largest continent on earth. This also means it has the largest population with over 4.46 billion people!
  • Babe Ruth was the first baseball player to hit a home run in the All-Star game, at Chicago’s Comiskey Park in 1933. 
  • Do you know animals are frequent passengers on rocket ships? The first living creature in space was a dog named Laika.

Mind Blowing Facts for Students in English

  • In the course of an average lifetime, you might eat around 70 assorted insects and 10 spiders, or more while sleeping.
  • Ketchup used to be sold as medicine. That’s right; the popular condiment was once thought to be a cure for indigestion.
  • Black Death wiped out nearly 75 million Europeans, that’s more than one-third of Europe’s population, in the Middle Ages!
  • Mars has lower gravity than Earth. That means a person that weighs 200 pounds on Earth would only weigh 76 pounds on Mars.
  • Most people start viewing websites from the top left corner. It’s how we’ve been trained to search for data and information.
  • Did you know Shark does not have bones? Instead its skeleton is made of cartilage. Learn more amazing facts about Sharks here.
  • You cannot walk on Jupiter, Neptune, Saturn or Uranus!! These planets are mostly made of gases and don’t have a solid surface.
  • Australia is home to 11 per cent of the world’s 6,300 reptile species making it the continent with the most number of reptiles!
  • Weird but true…all clownfish are born male. They have the ability to change their sex later on and that change is irreversible!!
  • It takes Jupiter only 10 hours to complete a rotation around its axis, making it the fastest spinning planet in the solar system.
  • The most expensive book ever purchased was sold for $30.8 million. It was written by Leonardo Da Vinci and was bought by Bill Gates.
  • Cashews don’t grow like other nuts – they actually grow on cashew apples. The fruit contains a more bitter flesh than other varieties.
  • Did you know that you can estimate the temperature of a place by the number of times some crickets chirp in a second? Weird but true!!
  • Olympus Mons is the tallest planetary mountain in the Solar system. It is nearly 2.5 times the Mount Everest’s height above sea level.
  • Speaking of books, there are lots of them to get through. In 2010, Google confirmed that there are over 129,000,000 books in the world.
  • We watch over 1 billion hours of YouTube videos every day. That’s more than the amount of Netflix and Facebook videos we watch combined!
  • Some fish cough. In order to clear the particles and bacteria out of their gills, the fish’s ventilation cycle is interrupted with a cough.
  • Over 1 billion hours of YouTube videos are watched every day! That’s more than the amount of Netflix and Facebook videos combined together!
  • Insects have been around for about 350 million years. To put that in perspective, we’ll note that humans have only been here for 13,000 years.
  • Did you know before becoming the 40th American President, Ronald Wilson Reagan served as a lifeguard and saved around 77 people from drowning!
  • It won’t be possible to walk on planets like Jupiter, Neptune, Saturn or Uranus as they don’t have a solid surface and are made of gases mostly.
  • Did you know Ancient Rome not only had male gladiators but also female gladiators?! A female gladiator was called a Gladiatrix, or Gladiatrices.
  • The Grand Canyon is the largest canyon in the world. Located in Arizona, it is massive, with an elevation of 2,600 feet and a length of 277 miles.
  • The earliest menu dates back to the mid-1700s. They first popped up in Europe around then to accommodate high-class residents during dinner parties.
  • The most expensive book in the world was sold at a whopping price of $30.8 million to Bill Gates. It was written by Italian polymath Leonardo Da Vinci.
  • Humans are born with about 300 bones, but some fuse together as we grow older. As a result, we only have around 206 left by the time we reach adulthood.
  • Before 1913, it was possible for parents to mail their kids to their grandparents through postal services. Imagine being mailed to your grandparent’s house!!
  • Dolphins only shut half their brain off when sleeping. The other half stays at a low level of alertness to protect against predators, obstacles, or other animals.
  • Contrary to what is popularly believed, Earth is not shaped like a perfect sphere! It bulges out at the equator looking more like a “squished ball”. Weird but true!
  • While most of us think the Earth is shaped like a large sphere, it actually looks more like a “squished ball” that bulges out at the equator. We can thank gravity for that!
  • The hottest desert in the world is the Sahara desert. Located in Africa, the average temperature is around 30°C (86°F), but the hottest temperature ever recorded is 58°C (136.4°F).
  • The brain is actually not capable of multitasking. While we may think we’re doing two things at the same time, we’re actually just quickly switching back and forth between different tasks.
  • Russia is just around 2.5 miles away from Alaska! Well, that is the distance between two small islands in the Bering Strait, namely, Big Diomede (owned by Russia) and Little Diomede (owned by the US)!
  • Cleopatra Queen of Egypt during 50 to 30 B.C. She came into power at 12 years old and married two of her brothers during her reign. It sounds crazy today, but this was fairly common practice back then!
  • Hedy Lamarr, the American actress who starred in 30 films, was also an inventor! She co-invented an early version of frequency-hopping spread spectrum communication, which paved the way to modern day Wi-Fi.
  • Before there was Beats by Dre, there was something else altogether. In the 60s and 70s, the Beatles teamed up with inventor John C. Koss to create their own brand of headphones. They were known as “Beatlephones.”
  • The New Year celebration enjoyed by the ancient Egyptians was known as “Wepet Renpet.”Instead of celebrating the same day every year, they waited until the annual flooding of the Nile River, which usually happened in July.
  • Thomas Edison didn’t actually invent the lightbulb. While it’s true he got a patent for the invention back in 1880, the real credit goes to Warren de la Rue, a British astronomer, and chemist who created the first bulb forty years earlier.
  • In 1992, after a record amount of snow, the government of Syracuse, NY, declared any additional snowfall before Christmas Eve illegal. Unfortunately, Mother Nature didn’t take the threat too seriously. It snowed two days after the move was announced.
  • The city of Bangkok in Thailand has the longest name in the world and is actually called Krung Thep Mahanakhon Amon Rattanakosin Mahinthara Yuthaya Mahadilok Phop Noppharat Ratchathani Burirom Udomratchaniwet Mahasathan Amon Piman Awatan Sathit Sakkathattiya Witsanukam Prasit.

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