Here are 30 facts that are sure to leave you smiling. You need this to help you know that this world still is a happy, shiny, lovely place.
If you fake laughing for a considerable amount of time, you’ll begin to laugh really, really hard!
The word “love” was used 613 times by The Beatles in their career.
Every year, squirrels help grow millions of trees. They forget where they’d buried their nuts. Cute, ain’t it?
Deaths due to cancer have reduced by 20% in the past 20 years.
Penguins “propose” their mate by giving them a pebble! And have only one mate for their whole life! (Who says true love is an illusion?)
While sleeping, otters hold hands for the fear of drifting away from each other.
Gene Cernan, the Apollo 17 astronaut who last walked the surface of the moon, wrote the initials of his daughter, “TDC”, there. They are going to last the next 50, 000 years. How incredible!
There’s a kind of jellyfish which lives forever.
The voice of Mickey Mouse (Wayne Allwine) and the voice of Minnie Mouse (Russi Taylor) got married in real life.
Butterflies taste with their feet.
Today is the most amazing day for someone, somewhere in this world.
Every year, 20, 000 tulip bulbs are sent by Netherlands to Canada in order to thank them for all the help in World War II.
When you tickle rats, they giggle.
When male puppies play with female puppies, they intentionally let the females win.
Cows have best friends and become stressed when parted.
People with a passionate love for rain are called ombrophiles.
There is a lot of amazing food in the world for you to try.
We will die one day. And you know what’s amazing about it? We’ll die because we are BORN. Most people were never born.
Even though for a very few seconds, you were once the youngest person on earth.
We are all temporary. But all matter, rocks, mountains, everything has been here since the very beginning of time.
Snuggling helps worms communicate.
We are living in the future people in the past only dreamed of (horseless carriages, space travel, robots).
Smiling is a natural human reaction. Blind people smile even though they’ve never seen someone doing it.
A penguin was once knighted in Norway. Its full name is Colonel-in-chief Sir Nils Olav.
When people cuddle, the brain releases a chemical called oxytocin. It helps heal physical wounds.
“Flamboyance” is a group of flamingos.
Dik Dik is the cutest antelope you are ever going to see.
“Grumble” is a group of pugs.
Baby puffins are known as pufflings.
At a children’s hospital, some window washers dress as super heroes and happily surprise the kids.