Brain Teasers
Brain Teasers Trivia Mentalrobics Games Community
Personal Links
Create a Fact
Browse Facts

Add to Google delicious Add to

More ways to get Braingle...

Browse Fact Box about Nature


Become a registered user and submit a fact to our collection.


  Factv Category Date  
106 Platypuses are only native to the eastern part of Australia. Nature > Animals 07/02/08
107 Research indicates that the hippopotamus may be the closest living relative of the cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoises). Nature > Animals 08/15/11
108 Spiders have 8 legs. Nature > Animals 07/27/08
109 Sugar can kill Snails. Nature > Animals 11/15/12
110 The average cat sleeps about 16 hours a day. Nature > Animals 11/01/13
111 The blue whale is the largest animal in the world. Nature > Animals 10/03/08
112 The echidna is a monotreme. Nature > Animals 05/21/08
113 The gestation period of an elephant is 22 months. Nature > Animals 07/16/10
114 The heaviest insect in the world is the Goliath Beetle. Nature > Insects 05/15/08
115 The name of a baby swan is a cygnet. Nature > Animals 06/04/08
116 The Peregrine Falcon is the fastest animal in the world which can reach up to 200 mph. Nature > Animals 09/05/08
117 The platypus is a monotreme. Nature > Animals 05/21/08
118 The sky, when not clouded over, in seen as a blue color due to the scattering of light waves by the particles and gases in the air. In the morning, the sky looks pink or red because there are more short wavelengths being scattered than medium (Blue) waves. Likewise, at sunset there are quite a bit more long waves, which are red, being scattered. Nature 04/07/13
119 The spotted turtle is identified by yellow spots that are scattered on its carapace; this turtle also has yellow and orange spots on its head, limbs, and neck. Nature > Animals 12/24/08
120 The technical term for a cat's hairball ( or any hairball spitting animal ) is a trichobezoar, or for short, a bezoar. Nature > Animals 12/31/12

prev Previous 1 ... 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next next

Users in Chat : PrincessPickles 

Online Now: 10 users and 408 guests

Copyright © 1999-2014 | Updates | FAQ | RSS | Widgets | Links | Green | Subscribe | Contact | Privacy | Conditions | Advertise

Custom Search

Sign In A Create a free account