Written by Sunny

Modified & Updated: 28 Apr 2024

Jessica Corbett

Reviewed by Jessica Corbett

nature facts

Discover the wonders of your surroundings with these nature facts. These facts will help you realize why we need to do our best to preserve what is around us.

  1. A tiger’s skin has stripes.
  2. Glass is neither a solid nor liquid.
  3. An inch of rain is equivalent to about 10-15 inches of snow.
  4. The rock hyrax is related to the elephant.
  5. The hump of a camel is made up of fat.
  1. To avoid mating, female dragonflies will pretend to be dead.
  2. The only venomous primate is the slow lorises.
  3. Greenland sharks are 21 feet long.
  4. Different planets have their unique sound.
  5. Diamonds and pencils are made from the same material.
  6. It takes Venus 243 Earth days to complete a single rotation.
  7. Frogs absorb water through their skin.
  8. The dinosaur plant can survive extreme cases of dehydration.
  9. 8 different muscles make up the human tongue.
  10. A hurricane can produce the same energy as 10,000 nuclear bombs.
  1. Carrots were originally grown purple.
  2. Your DNA is fireproof.
  3. There are approximately 4,810 known species of frogs in the world.
  4. 85% of the planet’s oxygen comes from the ocean.
  5. Bamboo is the world’s fastest-growing plant.
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