Horses have a locking mechanism called “stay apparatus” that allows them to sleep standing up without having their limbs buckle.
When a bald eagle loses a feather, it will automatically shed the same feather on its other side to maintain balance.
All Dutch electric trains are powered by wind energy, serving 600,000 passengers daily.
Dogs can shake 70 percent of the water off their fur in four seconds, thanks to their loose hanging skin
Venezuela had the world’s 4th highest GDP per capita in 1950, trailing only the United States, Switzerland, and New Zealand.
For 249 years, the tallest building in the world was Lincoln Cathedral.
In English, zero quantities are plural by default. Therefore, you should write “0 results found.”
The world’s smallest test tube has a diameter 10,000 times narrower than a human hair.
New Zealand’s two main islands (the North Island and the South Island) had no official names until 2009.
The father of India’s missile programme had visited Switzerland back in 2006. Upon his arrival, Switzerland declared May 26th as Science Day.