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A strand of hair is stronger than a copper wire with the same diameter.


A single hair has a lifespan of about five years.


The average person has 100,000 – 150,000 strands of hair.


A rippled white dune glows under a blue sky in central Australia's Simpson Desert. Rainfall in this desolate plance is less than 7.8 inches (200 millimeters) per year.


The towering ridge of a sand dune in the Arabian Desert points to the afternoon sun. The Sahara, Arabian, Iranian, and Thar deserts all connect together to form a 6,000-mile (9,600-kilometer) expanse of drylands in North Africa.


The ravaged landscape of Snake Range in Nevada's Great Basin National Park stands as a testament to the power of wind and water erosion there.


A full grown saguaro cactus can hold as much as 201 gallons (760 liters) of water.


Cacti are often thought of as a stereotypical desert plant, but they are rarely the dominant species in an area of desert.


Millions of Chinese live in caves. About 35 million Chinese live in caves. It is a Chinese architectural style dating back to the stone age. Chinese in many areas appreciate underground and cave dwellings since they are cheaper to build, easier to warm in the winter, and cool in the summer.


Krishna was related to the Pandavas. Kunti, the mother of the Pandavas was actually Vasudev's sister. Vasudev was Krishna's father.


The Buddhist Jataka tales also mentions Lord Krishna. In the Vaibhav Jataka, he is showcased as the prince and legendary figure in India who cuts off his evil uncle Kansa’s head and kill all the kings to rule over Jambudvipa.


Lord Krishna is also the part of Jain religion. He is referred as Vasudeva.


Canada has nine percent of the world's forests.


All giant pandas in zoos around the world are on loan from China.


The most expensive coin in the world was sold for more than $7 million.The 1933 Double Eagle was a $20 U.S. coin made of gold that never went into circulation. A few of the coins were made, but most were destroyed—save for nine that were presumed stolen by U.S. mint workers. After years circulating the globe and falling into the hands of a few notable owners—including the king of Egypt—one of the coins was auctioned off at Sotheby's in 2002 for a stunning $7,590,020. That made it the most expensive coin ever sold at auction.


Only two countries use purple in their national flags are Dominica & Nicaragua


There are only three countries in the world that don't use the metric system Liberia, Myanmar, and the United States.


Indonesia is home to some of the shortest people in the world.


The world's most densely populated island is the size of two soccer fields.


North Korea and Cuba are the only places you can't buy Coca-Cola.

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