1.In Greenland there are fossilized plants under 1.4 km of ice.
Greenland Ice Sheet is covered around 80 percent in Greenland, Britannica explains that in the northern hemisphere the largest and the only relic of the Pleistocene glaciations. According to the UCPH researcher behind the discovery, the fossils reveal several million years of details about climate and plant life in Greenland.
2.At least a week is needed to make a Jelly Bean.
Have you ever thought that how the jelly bean is made?. They’re very small that factories have to stir them out by the millions. It depends upon flavor the full process takes up to 6 to 10 days. At first jelly or sugar syrup is boiled and after mixing it is kept to set then it’s piped into tiny cornstarch molds and left to cool until it’s time to add the outer layer. The jelly centers are put into large rotating drums and sugar, flavor and color are slowly added to form up a protective shell around each one.
3.The Heaviest Pumpkin Ever Weighed More Than A Ton
Accordig to the Guinness World Records, 2,624 pounds of pumpkin was grown in Ludwigsburg, Germany by Mathias Willemijns. Before this 2,323 pounds of pumpkin is recorded grown by the by Swiss farmer Beni Meier in 2014. The record for the heaviest pumpkin in the world was set in 2016 at the Giant Pumpkin European Championship in Ludwigsburg, Germany.
4.Spider Silk Is Stronger than Steel.
Spider silk is incredibly tough and is stronger by weight than steel. Apparently thhe spider silk if 5 times stronger by weight than steel of the diameter.Spider silk is also very elastic and sticky silk for catching prey remains unbroken after being stretched 2-4 times its original length.
Spider silk is tougher, more elastic and more waterproof than silkworm silk so it could have a much wider range of applications. It is simple to see why spider silk is of such interest to materials chemists since new ultra-strong fibres based on the silk could be developed.
5.Hippos produce a natural skin moisturizer and sunblock
Hippopotamuses spend their days under the blazing hot sun, which means their skin could really start to feel the effects of sun damage if they didn’t do anything about it. Hippopotamuses produce an oily substance that acts as both a sunblock and natural moisturizer .When a hippo sweats, its skin releases colored substances that may prevent infection and sunburn.It blocks the sun’s harmful rays and fights disease-causing microbes.