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You’re more likely to get ill from kissing another person than a dog. Even though a dog’s mouth has as many germs as a human’s, not as many of them are harmful to us. A rare response to a virus that normally causes warts can also lead people to develop brown growths, which make them look as though they are covered with tree bark. Before they are born, developing human babies have a tail, and some developing snake babies have legs. Perhaps we have more in common with snakes than we think! In one day, your blood travels 19,312 kilometres (12,000 miles)!
Qxd 16/4/08 17:13 Page 50 50 1001 Shocking Science Facts Some horseshoe bats in India share their burrows with porcupines. Geese can fly up to 8 kilometres (5 miles) above the ground. Bats always turn left when they come out of a cave. 39 inches) long. Savi’s shrew (a tiny mouse-like mammal) is so small it uses the tunnels dug by large earthworms. 6 inches) wide and was from a Tyrannosaurus rex more than 65 million years ago. It weighs 7 kilograms (15 pounds 6 ounces). qxd 16/4/08 17:13 Page 51 51 Giraffes have a special valve to help their hearts pump blood all the way up their long necks.
Bacterial farms are used to produce certain drugs. Scientists have adapted bacteria to manufacture the hormone insulin needed by people with diabetes. Previously, insulin was taken from cows and pigs. The human brain contains one hundred billion nerve cells. A new method of transferring information, using the human body to carry the signal, means we could soon be able to pass on material such as photos and songs just by shaking hands! Your nose and ears never stop growing. qxd 16/4/08 17:07 Page 37 37 Heavier women produce brainier children!
1001 Shocking Science facts: A Fiendish Formula for Fun by Anne Rooney