Largest vegetarian friendly country

India is the country with the largest number of vegetarians in the world. It is because of religious beliefs or personal choices or both, around 20-40% of Indians are vegetarians. Read More

Machu Picchu

More than 7,000 feet above sea level in the Andes Mountains, Machu Picchu is the most visited tourist destination in Peru. A symbol of the Incan Empire and built around 1450AD, Machu Picchu was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Read More

Human Skeleton

The human skeleton is the internal framework of the body. It is composed of around 270 bones at birth, this total decreases to around 206 bones by adulthood after some bones get fused together. Read More

No surrender

Hiroo Onoda is a Japanese war hero, who fight and survive in Philippine jungles for 30 years (1944-1974). He believed that 2nd world war is being continued and refused to surrender until his senior army officer and the Japan government ordered him. When he returned to Japan 1974, he wrote the famous book “No surrender” Read More

The most expensive gemstone ever sold

The Pink Star Diamond is the most expensive gemstone ever sold. It has weight of 59.6 carats and selling price was $83 million on 13 November 2013 auction in Hong Kong. Read More

Shortest recorded war in history

The Anglo-Zanzibar War is considered as the shortest recorded war in history. It was a military conflict between the England and the Zanzibar on 27 August 1896. In this war, Zanzibar surrendered after just 38 minutes. Read More

Monarch butterflies

Incredible Monarch Butterfly Journey

Every year Monarch butterflies migrate from the Great Lakes to the Mexico, a distance of about 2500 miles. They return to the north again in the spring. This single journey is completed through four generations of offspring due to the 2-6 week life span of most adult Monarch butterflies. Read More

Windsor Castle

The oldest royal residence in the world that is still being used

Windsor Castle is the oldest royal residence in the world that is still being used by the British royal family. It was originally built by William the Conqueror in the 11th century. Read More

Venom causes bleed out from every orifice on the human body

Boomslang is a Sub-Saharan African snake whose venom causes bleed out from every orifice on the human body. The venom of the Boomslang is primarily a hemotoxin which inactivates Human blood coagulation process. As a result of that victim can die due to massive internal and external bleeding within 5 days. Read More

The tallest mountain in the world when measured from the sea floor

Mauna Kea is a mountain located in Hawaii, USA. It is considered as the tallest mountain in the world when measured from the sea floor. But Mauna Kea is only 13803 feet in altitude above the sea level. It is over 32000 feet high when it measured from sea floor, while Mount Everest is 29,028 Read More

What workers’ lunch looks like in 4 cities around the world?

How would workers lunch breaks look like around the world? Would they be like yours? And what would they be eating? Keep scrolling to find out the answers. Mumbai, India In Mumbai, India, workers who don’t bring lunch from home have a unique solution to do lunch. This solution is known as the ‘Lunch Delivery Read More

Animal Smiles

Smile is the best gift you can provide with out any cost. It is the best way to express your happiness. Animals also express their happiness in specific ways. Today we have included smiley faces of different animal species as a good start for the new year. Wish you a happy new year and never Read More

Top 10 countries which have the largest amount of forest coverage

Nature is the best creator of planet earth. Trees and the combination of wildlife are a treasure in nature which is known as forests. Forests give many advantages to human as well as animals. Green world and bio-diversity make a paradise for your eyes. Trees are the most important components in forests. They absorb carbon Read More

Beautiful islands that you can travel with a minimum budget

Seconds minutes hours days weeks months, time runs but we are busy with our day to day life. If you are getting tired of your life and need a break, pick up your bags and start traveling around the world. You can create memories and start your life again with a fresh beginning with 4-5 Read More

World toilet day, November 19: Top 12 Nations in toilets shortages

Today, November 19, 2017, is the world toilet day. Though this day has gone unnoticed, many countries lack toilets for safe disposal of urine and faeces. As world health organization’s latest report, progress on drinking water, sanitation, and hygiene – 2017, 881 million (12%) of the world population do open defecation. Following is a list Read More

Top Ten Countries in Pollution Deaths

According to the Lancet Commission on Pollution and Health study results published on October, 1 out of 6 deaths in the world is caused by pollution in the year 2015 (Lancet, 2017). As the study estimates suggest, globally 9 million deaths were related to the pollution in some way. Pollution was also responsible for three Read More

North Korea’s Top 10 Ballistic Missiles

This list ranks the top 10 ballistic missiles developed by the North Korea till date. The ranking was purely based on the maximum range that each missile can travel. 10. KN-02 Alternate Names: Toska, Doska, OTY-21 Tochka (SS-21 ‘Scarab’ variant) Class: Short-Range Ballistic Missile (SRBM) Basing: Road-mobile Length: 6.4 m Diameter: 0.65 m Launch Weight: Read More

7 Rare Bizarre Diseases that you won’t believe actually exist

When you get up early in the morning with a good healthy feeling, remember that you are lucky more than millions of people who suffer from thousands of diseases. Today we are going to identify 7 rare, bizarre diseases that you won’t believe. Progeria Image credit: elmundo Progeria is a rare genetic disease which gives Read More

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