1-In ancient times, Indian doctors used live ants to ‘stitch’ wounds together. The doctor would hold the edges together and get the ant to bite through the skin.The ant’s head would then be snapped off leaving its jaws as the ‘stitch’!
2-Your brain receives about 100 million pieces of information at any one moment from your eyes, nose, ears, skin and receptors inside your body.
3-Eating asparagus produces a chemical that makes urine smell strongly, although not everyone can smell it. Lucky them!
4-A sneeze travels at 161 kilometers (100 miles) per hour.
5-A body left unburied in a tropical climate will be reduced to a skeleton in two weeks by the action of insects.
6-People can be born with ears growing from their necks or chests.
7-There are more bacteria in your mouth than there are people in the whole world!
8-More people are allergic to cows’ milk than to any other food or drink.
9-Rubbing yourself with a garlic clove is supposed to keep mosquitoes away... and vampires... and probably
other people, too!
10-People are taller in the morning than in the evening. During the day, the weight of your body compresses your spine as you walk around, then when you are asleep it expands again.