Sunday, March 9, 2008


Birds do not sleep in their nests. They occasionally nap in them, but sleep in other places.

The Bee is a remarkable animal - they do not have ears, but they have an excellent sense of smell with chemoreceptors in their antennae. Bees see colours differently than we do. They are insensitive to red but detects ultraviolet light which is invisible to us.

75% of wild birds die before they are 6 months old.

The pig is rated the fourth most intelligent animal but are mentioned only twice in the Bible

The tongue of a blue whale is as long as an elephant.


The largest flower in the world, the rafflesia arnoldi, weighs 7 kg (15 pounds) and grows only on the Sumatra island of Indonesia. Its petals grow to metre (1,6 feet) long and 2,5 cm (1 inch) thick.

Friday, February 22, 2008

Did you know?

The ant can lift 50 times its weight, pull 30 times its weight and always falls to the right side when it suffers intoxication.

The crocodile can't show its tong.

If someone piss you off, you have to use 42 muscles of your face to move(franzir) the forehead. But only need of 4 muscles to stretch their hands and give a punch in the head of that annoying! (Hahahahaha. ... without violence)

To produce only 300 cigarettes a tree is destroyed. In Brazil, are consumed 128 billion cigarettes annually, which corresponds to the destruction of 426 million trees!

The pressure produced by the beating human heart is sufficient to splashing blood at a distance of 9 meters.

Monday, February 18, 2008

Sunday, February 17, 2008


Seating health fluorescent
The Australian scientists developed a private that shine in the dark. The product facilitates who do not like to turn on the lights when they go to the bathroom at night.
Comment: Unnecessary

To see where you are walking when it is dark.
Comment: Cool

Spoon with fan
For anyone burn the tong in time to eat soup.
Comment: Boring

Seating health speaker
The Dutch Leonard van Munter developed the dishes equipped with sensors that give advice. The health tips? Ranging from warnings to stop smoking to gossips about hygienic habits of users.
Comment: Funny