Here are 10 amazing facts to show you ‘The Psychedelic aspect of Nature’

Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair.Khalil Gibran

Let’s look into the Nature Facts and presenting interestingly psychedelic album of Earth’s creature.

Armadillos are Bulletproof.

Armadillos meaning “little armoured one” in Spanish are New World placental mammals in the order Cingulata. Screaming and hairy armadillos in the forest. Credits :

There is a popular story been said for years that if you ever shoot a Armadillos, the bullet instead of piercing will ricochet off the animal’s armour and hit the shooter. This is not a myth but fact proving that the outer covering of Armadillos are the strongest.Once a shooter tried firing bullets on the creature and resulted in having an injured bleeding jaw.

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More than 200 virus can cause cold 

Sneezing can have causes that aren’t due to underlying disease. Examples include cold exposure, bright lights, irritants. Credits :

Over more than 200 viruses can be responsible for the Common Cold symptoms. These upper respiratory infections are because of rhinovirus. But other viruses such as Coronavirus, Adenoviruses, enterovirus can all capable of resulting in common cold. An average gets affected with cold two to four times. While body fights the other viruses to maintain the balance.

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Caffeine is a natural pesticide 

Caffeine is a central nervous system (CNS) stimulant of the methylxanthine class. It is the world’s most widely consumed psychoactive drug. Credits :

Caffeine is mostly found in tea leaves, guarana berries, kola nuts, and in coffee beans acts as a natural pesticide. It overloads the nervous systems of the insects who always try to eat floras consists of caffeine. Paralyzing and even killing before they can do too much if a damage. There is a strange thing that happens that it destroys Central nervous system so it merely acts as a stimulant.

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Women blink more often than men

Blinking is a reflex, which means your body does it automatically. You can also make yourself blink when you want to. Credits :

According to a study from the Functional Anatomy Research Center in Milan, women blink an average of 19 times a minute, whereas men blink only 11 times a minute.  By the time you reach adolescence, that increases to 14 to 17 times per minute. It stays at that number for the rest of your life.

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Mars has the solar system’s biggest volcano

Olympus Mons (Latin for Mount Olympus) is a very large shield volcano on the planet Mars. Credits : universe

At 13.6 miles high and 370 miles wide, Olympus Mons on Mars’ western hemisphere is the largest volcano in our solar system.

It’s unknown whether this volcano is still active. But what we do know is that Olympus Mons was able to grow so big because Mars, unlike Earth, has no shifting tectonic plates, so the mountain simply sits over a hot spot that gives it a constant supply of lava.

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Happy guinea pigs pop like popcorn

Guinea pigs
The guinea pig or domestic guinea pig (Cavia porcellus), also known as cavy or domestic cavy, is a species of rodent belonging to the family Caviidae and the genus Cavia. Credits :

When a guinea pig, particularly a baby guinea pig, gets excited, it just can’t hold that feeling in. It pushes off from all four feet and hops straight up in the air, looking like a kernel of popcorn in a microwave.

Guinea pigs aren’t the only animals that popcorn, as this behavior is called. Gazelles will do something similar to ward off predators, and even horses have been known to popcorn on occasion.

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Humans eat only 200 types of plants

There are over 20,000 species of edible plants in the world yet fewer than 20 species now provide 90% of our food. However, there are hundreds of less well known edible plants from all around the world which are both delicious and nutritious. Credits :

Scientists estimate that there are about 400,000 different species of plants on Earth. It’s much harder to estimate how many of them are edible, but figures range from 80,000 to a whopping 300,000.

But, in all the cultures across the world combined, we eat only 200 of those edible plants. Amazingly, about 50 percent of the plant calories we do eat come from just three species: rice, wheat, and maize (corn).

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Your femur is stronger than concrete

By most measures the two (left and right) femurs are the strongest bones of the body. Credits :

Your femur, which is your thigh bone, is the largest and strongest bone in your body. Pound for pound, a human femur can withstand four times as much pressure as the same amount of concrete because of the bone’s structure and density. Again, this is not something worth trying at home.

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Sloths only poop once a week

Sloths are a group of arboreal Neotropical xenathran mammals, constituting the suborder Folivora. Noted for slowness of movement. Credits :

Everything about sloths is slow, including their metabolisms. The average adult sloth poops once every five to seven days, and when it does, it can expel one-third of its own body weight.

Unfortunately, these tree dwellers have to come down to the ground in order to defecate, which saps their energy and leaves them vulnerable to predators. About half of all sloth deaths occur during their once-a-week defecation.

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Black holes aren’t actually black

Black holes
A black hole is a region of spacetime where gravity is so strong that nothing—no particles or even electromagnetic radiation such as light can escape from it. Credits :

At the heart of a black hole is something called a gravitational singularity, which is a mass so dense that it creates gravity too strong for even light to escape, i.e. the “black” part of black hole.

However, quantum physics actually predicts that black holes, particularly small ones, do emit some observable radiation, including visible light. This is called Hawking radiation, after astrophysicist Dr. Stephen Hawking, and it slowly drains the black holes of their mass and energy.

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Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.Albert Einstein

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