1 A chicken can stay alive for upto 18 months after you chop off its head
OK, whoever discovered this was just mean. But apparently, a farmer in 1945 cut off a hen's head and it just didn’t die. So he did the obvious and most logical thing; he left it like that to see how long it would live. He fed it by throwing grains down its decapitated throat. The chicken lasted for 18 months.
2 The Guinness Book of World Records was created to settle bar arguments.
Yes, the world is just as petty as you thought. The Guinness book of world records was created because of a “dick measuring contest” in a bar. No! It wasn't made to record humanity's greatest achievements.
3 Children don't get kneecap bones until they're around three years old.
The kneecap starts out as a cartilage and it takes around three years for it to grow into a bone.So next time you look at a toddler and think they look like a bowl of jelly, they probably are...
4 A Mantis Shrimp can punch with the force of a 22-caliber bullet
That is quite a blow not even Floyd can hit that hard. And the best thing about this is that it's not the punch that kills the prey, it’s the vibrations and aftershocks of the punch.
5 A bear that fought with Poland in World War II was promoted to the rank of a corporal.
You can’t even get a job and bears out here making state visits.
6 Cashews grow on the bottom of a fruit called a cashew apple.
This is a perfect example of having to take the fruit and eating the nut as well… ok, that sounds nasty.
7 Kangaroos have three vaginas
Though this is the case with most marsupials, the female kangaroo actually has three vaginas. Not only that, but they have two uterus-es as well. Now, you will never be able to forget that!