W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (601 to 610)

W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (601 to 610) దేహం నిండా సందేహాలే! ఎందుకు, ఏమిటి, ఎప్పుడు, ఎక్కడ, ఏది, దేనిని, ఎవరు, ఎవరిని, ఎప్పుడైతే, ఎవరైతే, ఎలా….?!?!?!…తెలుసుకుని బతకాలి, తెలియకుండా చావకూడదు; బోళ్ళంత విజ్ఞానం మనకోసం. Many doubts are there in our body! Why, what, when, where, which, whom, whose, who, while, how…? Live after known, do not die without known; more knowledge and most surprising things are for us. ok!

General knowledge/ most surprising things :

601. “Duff” is the decaying organic matter found on a forest floor.

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602. The English language name Singapore comes from Malay Singapura, Lion-city.

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603. Singapore is made up of one main island and 63 other tiny islands. Most of the islands of the country are uninhabited.

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604. Singapore is among the 20 smallest countries in the world.

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605. There are 4 official languages in Singapore Malay,Chinese (Mandarin), Tamil and English.

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606. The world’s first night zoo, The Night Safari, is located in Singapore.

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607. The 30-meter high waterfall at Jurong Bird Park, Singapore, is the world’s highest man-made waterfall.

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608. Most Singaporeans are born in the month of October.

609. Portugal was founded by Alfonso Henriques, in 1152. Portugal name derives from the Roman name Portus Cale

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610. The national flower of Portugal is the Lavender.  

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W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana ( 591 to 600)

W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana ( 591 to 600) దేహం నిండా సందేహాలే! ఎందుకు, ఏమిటి, ఎప్పుడు, ఎక్కడ, ఏది, దేనిని, ఎవరు, ఎవరిని, ఎప్పుడైతే, ఎవరైతే, ఎలా….?!?!?!…తెలుసుకుని బతకాలి, తెలియకుండా చావకూడదు; బోళ్ళంత విజ్ఞానం మనకోసం. Many doubts are there in our body! Why, what, when, where, which, whom, whose, who, while, how…? Live after known, do not die without known; more knowledge and most surprising things are for us. ok!

General knowledge/ most surprising things :

591. These are exhibitions where thousands of North Koreans perform highly choreographed dances, especially traditional dances and gymnastics.

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592. “Tautonyms” are scientific names for which the genus and species are the same. 

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593. “Taxi” is spelled exactly the same in English, French, German, Swedish, Portuguese, and Dutch.

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594. “Second string,” meaning “replacement or backup,” comes from the middle ages. An archer always carried a second string in case the one on his bow broke.

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595. “Rhythms” is the longest English word without the normal vowels, a, e, i, o or u.

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596. “Ough” can be pronounced in eight different ways. The following sentence contains them all: “A rough-coated, dough-faced ploughman strode through the streets of Scarborough, coughing and hiccoughing thoughtfully.

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597. “Four” is the only number whose number of letters in the name equals the number.

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598. “Asthma” and “isthmi” are the only six-letter words that begin and end with a vowel and have no other vowels between.

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599. “Fortnight” is a contraction of “fourteen nights.” In the US “two weeks” is more commonly used.

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600. Fickleheaded” and “fiddledeedee” are the longest words consisting only of letters in the first half of the alphabet.

Image result for Fickleheaded" and "fiddledeedee  fiddledeedee= impatience, disbelief, or scorn;

Fickleheaded= lack of steadfastness, constancy, or stability

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W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana ( 581 to 590)

W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana ( 581 to 590) దేహం నిండా సందేహాలే! ఎందుకు, ఏమిటి, ఎప్పుడు, ఎక్కడ, ఏది, దేనిని, ఎవరు, ఎవరిని, ఎప్పుడైతే, ఎవరైతే, ఎలా….?!?!?!…తెలుసుకుని బతకాలి, తెలియకుండా చావకూడదు; బోళ్ళంత విజ్ఞానం మనకోసం. Many doubts are there in our body! Why, what, when, where, which, whom, whose, who, while, how…? Live after known, do not die without known; more knowledge and most surprising things are for us. ok!

General knowledge/ most surprising things :

581. The smartest dogs are the Jack Russell Terrier and Scottish Border collie. Dumbest: Afghan hound.

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582. A rat can go without water longer than a camel can.

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583. In 1945, after World War II, Korea was split into two countries North Korea and South Korea. 

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584. The official name of North Korea is Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.

585. About 80 percent of the area in the country is covered by high mountains.

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586. Kim Il-Sung has been dead for 16 years but is still the head of state, having been elected eternal leader.

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587. North Korea has the fifth largest military force in the world. 1.21 million people .

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588. You have to wear a Kim Jung-Il badge if you’re a North Korean civilian living in North Korea.

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589. About 0.85% of the population are held in prison or detention camps.

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590. With religion effectively banned by the government, North Korea has no public holidays of a religious nature.

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W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana ( 571 to 580)

W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana ( 571 to 580) దేహం నిండా సందేహాలే! ఎందుకు, ఏమిటి, ఎప్పుడు, ఎక్కడ, ఏది, దేనిని, ఎవరు, ఎవరిని, ఎప్పుడైతే, ఎవరైతే, ఎలా….?!?!?!…తెలుసుకుని బతకాలి, తెలియకుండా చావకూడదు; బోళ్ళంత విజ్ఞానం మనకోసం. Many doubts are there in our body! Why, what, when, where, which, whom, whose, who, while, how…? Live after known, do not die without known; more knowledge and most surprising things are for us. ok!

General knowledge/ most surprising things :

571. The ostrich has a 46-foot long small intestine.

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572. A scallop has 35 blue eyes.

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573. A swan is the only bird with a penis

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574. The left leg of a chicken in more tender than the right one.

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575. The only dog that doesn’t have a pink tongue is the chow.

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576. Dogs and humans are the only animals with prostates.

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577. The giraffe has the highest blood pressure of any animal.

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578. Zebras can’t see the color orange.

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579. There are more insects in ten square feet of a rain forest than there are people in Manhattan.

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580. It is possible to lead a cow upstairs but not downstairs.

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W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (561 to 570)

W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (561 to 570) దేహం నిండా సందేహాలే! ఎందుకు, ఏమిటి, ఎప్పుడు, ఎక్కడ, ఏది, దేనిని, ఎవరు, ఎవరిని, ఎప్పుడైతే, ఎవరైతే, ఎలా….?!?!?!…తెలుసుకుని బతకాలి, తెలియకుండా చావకూడదు; బోళ్ళంత విజ్ఞానం మనకోసం. Many doubts are there in our body! Why, what, when, where, which, whom, whose, who, while, how…? Live after known, do not die without known; more knowledge and most surprising things are for us. ok!

General knowledge/ most surprising things :

561. Penguins are the only bird that can leap into the air like porpoises.

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562. India has 50 million monkeys.

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563. By some unknown means, an iguana can end its own life.

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564. Americans spend around $3 billion for cat and dog food a year.

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565. Pigs can cover a mile in 7.5 minutes when running at top speed.

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566. The shell constitutes 12 percent of an egg’s weight.

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567. A squid has 10 tentacles.

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568. A snail’s reproductive organs are in its head.

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569. When a horned toad is angry, it squirts blood from its eyes.

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570. The typical hen lays 19 dozen eggs a year.

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W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (551 to 560)

W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (551 to 560) దేహం నిండా సందేహాలే! ఎందుకు, ఏమిటి, ఎప్పుడు, ఎక్కడ, ఏది, దేనిని, ఎవరు, ఎవరిని, ఎప్పుడైతే, ఎవరైతే, ఎలా….?!?!?!…తెలుసుకుని బతకాలి, తెలియకుండా చావకూడదు; బోళ్ళంత విజ్ఞానం మనకోసం. Many doubts are there in our body! Why, what, when, where, which, whom, whose, who, while, how…? Live after known, do not die without known; more knowledge and most surprising things are for us. ok!

General knowledge/ most surprising things :

551. A group of bears is called a sleuth.

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552. Twelve or more cows is called a flink.

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553. A baby oyster is called a spat.

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554. An elephant can be pregnant for up to 2 years

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555. Chickens can’t swallow while they are upside down.

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556. The average garden-variety caterpillar has 248 muscles in its head.

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557. A goldfish has a memory span of 3 seconds.

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558.
A mule (donkey+
horse) won’t sink in quicksand but a donkey will.

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559. More people are killed annually by donkeys than in airplane crashes.

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560. Animal breeders in Russia once claimed to have bred sheep with blue wool.

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W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (541 to 550)

W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (541 to 550) దేహం నిండా సందేహాలే! ఎందుకు, ఏమిటి, ఎప్పుడు, ఎక్కడ, ఏది, దేనిని, ఎవరు, ఎవరిని, ఎప్పుడైతే, ఎవరైతే, ఎలా….?!?!?!…తెలుసుకుని బతకాలి, తెలియకుండా చావకూడదు; బోళ్ళంత విజ్ఞానం మనకోసం. Many doubts are there in our body! Why, what, when, where, which, whom, whose, who, while, how…? Live after known, do not die without known; more knowledge and most surprising things are for us. ok!

General knowledge/ most surprising things :

541. Dolphins sleep with one eye open.

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542. Bulls are color blind.

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543. A cow’s only sweat glands are in its nose.

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544. Mosquitoes have 47 teeth.

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545. The Poison Arrow frog has enough poison to kill 2,200 people.

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546. Emus can’t walk backwards.

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547. A group of unicorns is called a blessing.

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548. A group of kangaroos is called a mob.

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549. A group of owls is called a parliament.

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550. A group of ravens is called a murder.

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W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana ( 531 to 540)

W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana ( 531 to 540) దేహం నిండా సందేహాలే! ఎందుకు, ఏమిటి, ఎప్పుడు, ఎక్కడ, ఏది, దేనిని, ఎవరు, ఎవరిని, ఎప్పుడైతే, ఎవరైతే, ఎలా….?!?!?!…తెలుసుకుని బతకాలి, తెలియకుండా చావకూడదు; బోళ్ళంత విజ్ఞానం మనకోసం. Many doubts are there in our body! Why, what, when, where, which, whom, whose, who, while, how…? Live after known, do not die without known; more knowledge and most surprising things are for us. ok!

General knowledge/ most surprising things :

531. The tuatara, a lizard-like creature found only in New Zealand, is the oldest living genus of reptile in the world.

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532. Kiwi bird it is New Zealand’s native flightless bird and a slang term for a New Zealander.

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533. The Weta is an insect endemic to New Zealand that is a relic from the time of the dinosaurs.

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534. New Zealand is home to the world’s only the flightless parrot.

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535.Kakapo, as well as the Kea the only alpine parrot in the world.

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536. Just one cow gives off enough harmful methane gas  in a single day to fill around 400 liter bottles.

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537. Cows can have regional accents

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538. A domestic cat can frighten a black bear to climb a tree.

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539. In a fight between a polar bear and a lion, the polar bear would win.

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540. US Secret Service sniffer dogs are put up in five-star hotels during overseas presidential visits.

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W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (521 to 530)

W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (521 to 530) దేహం నిండా సందేహాలే! ఎందుకు, ఏమిటి, ఎప్పుడు, ఎక్కడ, ఏది, దేనిని, ఎవరు, ఎవరిని, ఎప్పుడైతే, ఎవరైతే, ఎలా….?!?!?!…తెలుసుకుని బతకాలి, తెలియకుండా చావకూడదు; బోళ్ళంత విజ్ఞానం మనకోసం. Many doubts are there in our body! Why, what, when, where, which, whom, whose, who, while, how…? Live after known, do not die without known; more knowledge and most surprising things are for us. ok!

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521. Snake venom is ninety percent protein.

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522. Snake is a delicacy (eatable) in China.

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523. Most snakes have six rows of teeth.

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524. A snake charmer in Bangladesh once found 3,500 poisonous cobras and their

eggs hidden underneath the floors of two suburban homes.

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525. Sea snakes are the most poisonous snakes in the world.

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526. Norway’s official name is the kingdom of Norway.

527. Norway is a constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary system of government.

528. Norway opened the world’s longest road tunnel in 2000, with a length of 24.5 kilometers /15.3 miles.

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529. 24% of New Zealand families have only one parent.  

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530. New Zealand has won more Olympic gold medals, per capita, than any other country.

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W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (511 to 520)

W9:H1 general knowledge by rasp Sadhana (511 to 520) దేహం నిండా సందేహాలే! ఎందుకు, ఏమిటి, ఎప్పుడు, ఎక్కడ, ఏది, దేనిని, ఎవరు, ఎవరిని, ఎప్పుడైతే, ఎవరైతే, ఎలా….?!?!?!…తెలుసుకుని బతకాలి, తెలియకుండా చావకూడదు; బోళ్ళంత విజ్ఞానం మనకోసం. Many doubts are there in our body! Why, what, when, where, which, whom, whose, who, while, how…? Live after known, do not die without known; more knowledge and most surprising things are for us. ok!

General knowledge/ most surprising things :

511. The Brazilian railroad worm has a red light on its head and green lights down its side. All it needs to drive on the street is a turn signal.

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512. Skunks can shoot their bad-smelling spray only about two yards, but you can smell it up to two and a half miles away.

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513. A crocodile cannot stick its tongue out.

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514. The black-necked cobra, which lives mostly in Africa, spits its venom into the eyes of its victim, to cause it blindness.

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515. There are no snakes in New Zealand.

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516. The venom of the king cobra is so deadly that one bite can kill twenty people or one elephant.

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517. The fastest moving land snake is the Black Mamba, which can move up to 7 miles per hour.

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518. snakes of many heads:

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519. The Australian Brown Snake’s venom is so powerful that only 1/14,000th of on ounce is needed to kill a human being.

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520. Taipan snakes have 50 times more toxic than a cobra snake.

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