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Everyone’s tongue print is different. Like the fingerprint, it has unique features that differ from person to person.

The packaging problems of round fruit can be solved by making them square. In Korea, some apples are grown in plastic moulds so they take on a square shape.

When exposed to ultraviolet light, the pages take on more vivid hues of red, yellow, green and blue. IRCC minister Sean Fraser describes the Canadian passport as “a representation of [Canada’s] national identity and values”

Taking a shower is widely considered to be one of the most relaxing experiences. When we are relaxed it can create a dopamine high. Dopamine is a feel good chemical that helps motivate you and creates the right environment for creative thought.

When tigers roar, the sound can be heard nearly two miles away. Why are a tiger’s pipes so powerful? It turns out they can stretch their vocal cords in a special way that pumps up the volume of their vocalizations.

An abandoned Boeing 737 that was once part of the now-defunct Mandala Airlines is being converted into a private vacation villa in Indonesia—and you don’t even need a boarding pass to enter. The retired aircraft, which is currently under construction, sits on the edge of a cliff roughly 500 feet above Bali’s Nyang Nyang beach. When it’s finished, hopefully within the next […]

There is a wine fountain in Italy that is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The fountain is located in the town of Caldari di Ortona in the Abruzzo region of central Italy, and it was inaugurated in 2016 by the local Dora Sarchese winery. Anybody can drink from the wine fountain, […]

Dubai Miracle Garden is the world’s largest natural flower garden, home to 150 million flowers of different varieties.  

The world’s oldest dog lived to 29.5 years old. While the median age a dog reaches tends to be about 10-15 years, one Australian cattle dog, ‘Bluey’, survived to the ripe old age of 29.5.

When it comes to setting a world record, we’ve heard of people going to the extreme. But this Nepali chose to break a record with something she was anyway passionate about. And it’s something that we all love to do: dancing. However, Bandana Nepal, is a notch above the rest, she danced continuously for 126 […]

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