Brain and Water
We all know how 75% of our body is water, but did you know that 80% of the brain is made up of water as well?
Babies and their Sight
When babies are born, they don’t see any colours. In fact, they see everything in black and white.
Eating and Hearing
When you have eaten a lot and your stomach is full, your hearing is comparatively less sharp.
Your teeth start to grow inside your mother’s womb; 6 months before you are born.
Cornea without Blood
Cornea in your eyes is the only part where there is no blood supply. It’s because the cornea gets the oxygen directly from the air.
You Grow an Inch Everyday
When you wake up in the morning you are an inch taller as compared to when you sleep at night. It’s because the cartilage between your bones is pressed throughout the day.
Human Hair Difficult to Destroy
It’s true that human hair is flammable but apart from that it is extremely difficult to destroy.
Shedding of Skin
An average human sheds almost 40 pounds of skin throughout his/her lifetime.
Women and Blinking
Women tend to blink twice as compared to men.
Length of Blood Vessels
If you could lay down all your blood vessels and stretch them as much as you want, then it could go around the world two and a half times; 60,000 miles.
Survival of the Body
The human body may seem fragile but it can survive without a stomach, the spleen, 75% of liver, 80% intestines, kidney, lung, and all other organs from the pelvic and groin area.
Babies and their Eyes
When babies are born they mostly have blue eyes. However, exposure to the sun eventually brings out their true colours.
The brain takes up 20% of the total oxygen and calories in your body.
Men and Hiccups
Average men tend to get hiccups twice as compared to women.
Lifespan of Human Hair
An average human hair has a lifespan of three to seven years.