Introduction to Biological facts
Biology is a subject that explains life around us. From microscopic organisms to massive mammoths, the living world is home to several animals and plants. Even our human body is a treasure trove of academic knowledge and insights. For instance, did you know that the human lung can float on water? Or the fact that our liver has the amazing ability to regenerate? One can explore all these interesting Biology facts and enhance one’s knowledge.
Most of our body functions seem quite uninteresting, but these same functions and roles in other organisms are eye-openers to us. This is because most of them are truly fascinating and mind-bending. The highest vertical jump ever performed by a human measured at just over 7 feet. This is insignificant when we look at other organisms from the animal kingdom. For instance, fleas can jump 150 times higher than their own body height. When this is scaled up to our proportions, it is similar to a human jumping over 800 feet, which is almost twice as high as the Pyramids of Egypt.
|Facts About Brain||Facts About Stomach|
|Facts About Human Body||Facts About Liver|
|Facts About Eye||Facts About Kidneys|
|Facts About Lungs||Facts About Tongue|
|Facts About Teeth||Facts About Animals|
|Facts About Heart||Facts About Octopus|
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