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Biology Facts & Trivia - Page 7

Human thigh bones are stronger than concrete. Sciensational.com

If a person or an animal is born colorblind, they instantly have excellent night vision. Sciensational.comSubmitted by: FlamegiantX - Lee's Summit, Missouri, United States

Elephants are the only land animal that can't jump. Sciensational.comSubmitted by: Ron Griffin

A teaspoonful of soil may contain 100 million bacteria. Sciensational.com

Eighty-five percent of all life on Earth is Plankton.

You can figure out which way is south if you are near a tree stump. The growth rings are wider on the south side. Sciensational.com

Eighty-five percent of all the plants and animals live in the sea.

Babies are born far sighted - their eyes start to focus properly between 3 to 6 months of age. Sciensational.com

Men have more blood in their circulatory system than women and more red blood cells.

Your blood vessels, if laid end to end, would encircle the globe twice over. Sciensational.com

Some species of Bamboo can grow at the rate of 1m (3.2ft)in 24 hours. Sciensational.com

A single bacteria cell, given all the food it needs, could divide into a ball of cells the size of the Earth in 24 hours. Sciensational.com

The DNA in a single human cell is 37m (121ft) long when unravelled.

DNA unravels at 7000 RPM (revolutions per minute). Sciensational.com

Every four days the worlds population increases by one million people. Sciensational.com

If all major forms of cardiovascular disease were eliminated, human life expectance would increase by 9.78 years.

The right lung takes in more air than the left. Sciensational.com

Women blink nearly twice as much as men.

The ears of a cricket are located on the front legs, just below the knee. Sciensational.com

The ant can lift things 10 times its own weight. Sciensational.com