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  • If you gaze into an abyss long enough, the abyss will gaze back into you.

  • But if you stare into a fox's eyes, the only thing you'll notice will be its vertical pupils.

  • Look at the sheep size and horizontal pupils will stare back at you.

  • And that's not the only paradox the world has for us.

  • There's a tiny community in Minnesota USA that's run by several local business owners.

  • Still, a symbolic mayor gets elected every year by having their name drawn out of a hat.

  • Any resident willing to pay $1 contrive their luck.

  • That's why in 2012 town had a three year old mayor who was later elected for a second term.

  • Toilet paper didn't become popular until the end of the 19th century, and even then it was sold in packs of flat sheets that had the inventor's name on them and contained al oh extract.

  • People weren't too enthusiastic about such a waste of brand new paper, but once producer started to sell toilet paper in rolls, it gained wide popularity.

  • The longest a person iron clothes and one go was 100 hours, and this result was added to the Guinness world records in 2015.

  • If you find ironing your shirts too tedious, ask Gareth Sanders from the UK What it feels like The iron.

  • Almost 2000 items of clothing nonstop with no more than half a minute breaks in between.

  • Wow, he's the rial iron Man.

  • Your fridge doesn't have the same temperature in all its corners, depending on the model, the temperature difference can range from 33 degrees to 50 degrees, with the bottom shelves and the back being the colder spots.

  • But if your fridge has an ice making compartment at the top the upper shelf who will be the Chileans?

  • Several studies claim that while you're you call your brain, it feels to run at full capacity.

  • If the temperature outside is as hot as your binding, you also yo it more when you're tired because sleep deprivation increases your brain temperature.

  • Winsome Massachusetts residents felt like playing a song or two Instead of grabbing a guitar, they go for a typewriter in 2000 for the Boston Typewriter Orchestra, performed for the first time, the orchestra members produce unusual music with the help of old typewriters and have already released one album.

  • Hey, do you play any unusual musical instruments?

  • If so, write about it in the comments below and now get ready for some shocking news.

  • The slinking, a popular toy that can walk down the stairs on its own, was invented by accident.

  • Richard James, a naval engineer, was working on a spring that could stable as equipment on boats during rough seas.

  • The spring that appeared as a result of his experiments could move seemingly on its own.

  • A bit later, it became the slinky prototype.

  • The Letter Z has had some rough patches during its life.

  • For example, around 300 B.

  • C.

  • It was removed from the alphabet and was missing for almost two centuries.

  • The explanation was simple.

  • We don't use this letter that much.

  • Plus, people started to pronounce Z like art, which made the symbol kind of useless.

  • So if Z didn't ever come back, the zebra would have been the re brah.

  • Sounds like a country singer to me.

  • If you want to find a more exciting alternative to a lawnmower, a company from California can help you.

  • It rents out almost 100 goats.

  • The animals are advertised as environmentally friendly and self propelled rumor has it, even Google hires the both albums Ever had that annoying situation?

  • When you have a word on the tip of your tongue, I can't remember it.

  • Yeah, it's right there.

  • This phenomenon has its own name.

  • Let the logica, By the way, the most often forgotten words are those you don't use regularly, including proper names.

  • Out of more than 600,000 words, The Oxford English Dictionary contains an adult hardly uses.

  • 50,000.

  • The horseshoe crab has eyes all over its body.

  • 10 in fact, with some on top of the animal shell down its tail and near the mouth.

  • All these eyes help the crab get around, and he now has no excuse for getting lost.

  • Typical for middle sized animals that hunt by pouncing on their future meal.

  • Such a scans.

  • The slits helped them judge distances better and see both in the dark and a dazzling light.

  • Big meat eaters that are active during the day and don't need to stay close to the ground like tigers or wolves have circular pupils and grazing animals, For example, sheeps and goats have horizontal slits, which provides a bigger field of view and help animals see the danger in time.

  • Some animals have unique eyes with totally mind blowing pupils.

  • For example, a gecko's pupils look like small pinholes arranged in a vertical line.

  • Dolphins have crescent shaped pupils.

  • Some frog species, like yellow belly toes, have pupil shape like miniature hearts and cuttlefish is have pupils that resemble the letter W when it's light but becomes circular and large and darkness.

  • There's a popular belief that cheese can give you nightmares, but it seems to be nothing but an old wives tale.

  • One study has 200 volunteers to eat cheese Before going to bed, the product turned out to actually prevent nightmares.

  • About 72% of participants slept exceptionally well, with 67% remembering their dreams.

  • Interestingly, the volunteers reported their dreams to be a bit odd if they ate blue cheese before falling asleep.

  • Well, here you go.

  • Blonde zebras do exist.

  • In 2019 this rare animal was spotted in Africa's Serengeti National Park.

  • The photographer, who was the first to see the unusual zebra, thought it was covered with dust.

  • Later, it became obvious it was the animals true color.

  • Scientists believe the blonde zebra looks golden because of partial Alban is, um now you might think that people with black belts are martial arts experts with years of rigorous training and experience.

  • But in Japan, the word they use for the same ranking is showed on and is translated as the first step.

  • Shrimps are covered with exo skeletons divided into two parts, one that protects the shrimps head and the one that contains its tail.

  • Theano Mel's heart is in the first section, almost right in the head.

  • In 2012 biologist stumbled upon the man hat and a completely new species event that Onley lives in New York City, at the junction of Broadway and 63rd and also 76 streets to beaver size.

  • Researchers think that the end comes from Europe, but they haven't been able to match the insect with any of the 13,000 known and species.

  • This creature might be totally new to the world Now.

  • Most babies get their first teeth when they're turning six months old, but approximately one out of 2000 infants gets born with a tooth or even several teeth.

  • These teeth, also called NATO, can be a four kinds, just about to cut through the gum slightly, poking through the gum loose with no roots and fully developed but loose.

  • Can't have 32 mussels in each year.

  • These muscles help Kitty's here every little noise, since they allow the ears to rotate independently and thus detect sounds better.

  • Gravity defying geckos have millions of tiny branch hairs on their bulbous Taub's The System.

  • Let's get go, stick and unstick their feet at breakneck speed, scurrying across surfaces at 20 body lengths per second.

  • Hey, just look at that gecko Go toothpaste.

  • Color codes have nothing to do with the product's ingredients.

  • Ah, widely spread myth claims that, let's say, ah, black colored square at the bottom means toothpaste contains Onley chemical components, and a green mark equals an all natural product.

  • In reality, the color choice depends on the toothpaste.

  • To design the mark has to be as contrast ing as possible.

  • Otherwise, a light beam sensor won't manage to read it.

  • Nile crocodiles usually die for about two minutes at a time.

  • If they feel threatened, they can swim underwater for up to 30 minutes, and when they stay fully inactive, for example, while waiting for an animal to munch on, they can hold their breath for up to two hours.

  • The high levels of lactic acid in their bodies make this incredible feat possible.

  • So despite the name, jellyfish, also called C jellies aren't fish.

  • They don't have a heart, brain or bones.

  • They're almost 97% water and only about 3% solid matter.

  • Scientists claim that the best time to take a nap during the day is from one PM 22 30 p.

  • M.

  • That's when a dip in your body temperature makes you sleepy.

  • No, the hummingbird weighs less than a nickel and is the only bird that can fly backward.

  • Its wings move up to 200 times a second.

  • When the tiny thing drinks nectar, it moves its tongue in and out of the flower about 13 times per 2nd 1 bird usually consumes almost half its body weight in a day, and seahorses can move their eyes independently, which means they can look forward with a ride.

  • I and backward with their left one.

  • It's a useful feature for animals that hunt by side.

  • Hey, if you learn something new today, then give the video alike and share it with a friend.

  • And here are some other videos I think you'll enjoy.

  • Just click to the left or right, and remember, stay on the bright side of life.

If you gaze into an abyss long enough, the abyss will gaze back into you.

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あなたが100万回聞いたことがない27のランダムな事実 (27 Random Facts You Haven't Heard a Million Times)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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