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40 Fun Facts About LEGO

Lego is a line of plastic building toys that are manufactured by The Lego Group, a privately held company based in Billund, Denmark. The company’s flagship product, Lego, consists of colorful interlocking plastic bricks and an accompanying array of gears, minifigures and various other parts. Lego bricks can be assembled and connected in many ways, to construct objects such as vehicles, buildings, and working robots. Anything constructed can then be taken apart again, and the …

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30 Facts About Kissing

What’s a KISS? It’s a touch from the lips as a symbol of love, affection, respect or greetings. A dictionary may define a kiss in million words but one thing is for sure, it is the very best signature of love and romance. A kiss is what keeps couples together, family in great relationship and friendship more stronger. World Kiss Day is celebrated today, July 6th. The reason behind this International Kiss Day is to …

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22 Facts about Skin Cancer

Skin is the largest organ in your body. It covers your entire body. Your skin is the look you present to the world. Every bit of choices you make affect your skin. The foods and drinks you consume, the environment you are in and how you respond to daily stress and problems, affect your skin. Thus, it is very important to take care of your skin. Skin cancer is one of the most common of …

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20 Facts About Meteors

Have you ever seen a shooting star at night and wished on it? That practice of wishing from a shooting star from ancient times still exists today, but do wishes really come true? Most people said they wished on a falling star and had their wish granted while other people saw them a few times and wished but not a single wish came true. Regardless of this mystery and unresolved question, to witness a shooting …

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16 Intriguing Facts about Goblet Cells

1. The function of the goblet cell is to secrete gel forming mucins, which are the major component of mucus. 2. The goblet cell secretes mucus in two different ways: through basal secretion and stimulated secretion. Basal secretion is the normal level of secretion of mucus, which is accomplished by cytoskeletal movement of secretory granules. Stimulated secretion is secretion that is stimulated by something, like smoke or dust. Other stimuli include bacteria, viruses, and so …

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8 Facts about Ancient Egypt You Probably Didn’t Know

For most people, the words ‘Ancient Egypt’ bring the pyramids, ancient pharaohs, and the all-powerful Cleopatra to mind. While those are true and did exist in that period of time, Ancient Egypt was more than just the pharaohs and the pyramids. Ancient Egypt was a civilization of northeastern Africa, concentrated along the lower parts of the Nile River in what is now the country of Egypt and it is one of six civilizations in history …

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25 Interesting Facts about Elephants

Latest news reported that the world lost one of the oldest and largest bull elephants who lived in Kenya’s Tsavo Conservation area. Satao was known by his enormously long tusks, which were so big that they could touch the ground. Satao was estimated to be about 45 years old and was killed by an ivory poacher’s poisoned arrow, who hacked off the elephant’s face and taken his ivory to feed the seemingly insatiable demand for …

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25 Facts about Surfing

June 21 is the day we celebrate International Surfing Day. With that in mind, we present to you 25 facts about surfing that may just encourage you to get out there, take a lesson, catch a wave, or simply watch some surfers as they engage in this global phenomenon. “Hang Loose”, and have a great day!!! 1. Surfing was first written about by a fellow named Joseph Banks during the third voyage of Captain James …

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25 Interesting Facts about Bats

Bats are incredible mammals that make up a quarter of all mammal species on Earth. Let’s meet some interesting facts about bats! 1. Bats have extremely elongated fingers and a wing membrane stretched between, and they are the only mammals truly capable of actual flight. 2. Over 1,000 species of bats can be found all over the planet and vary in color and size. 3. Bats mainly consume insects and serve as a natural pest …

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24 Facts about Refugees

“To be called a refugee is the opposite of an insult; it is a badge of strength, courage and victory.” You talk about your break-up with your boyfriend or the betrayal of your best friend, but being a refugee is the toughest challenge in life. Nothing is as hard as being forced to leave from your homes because of war and violence. Each one of them has their stories of loss, heartache and survival. They …

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