Ready for a quick unusually Interesting fact list? Well, I won’t slow you down with a lot of words. Let’s get to it!
Newborn Babies bodies are more than 3/4 water!
Newborn babies are 78 percent water, according to NASA, while adults drop down to around 55 percent to 60 percent.
One Man Can Change the Size of his Pupils on Command!
Most of us can’t control the size of our pupils and I’m not sure why you would want to. However, in a study published in the International Journal of Psychophysiology in 2021, researchers observed a man who can apparently change the size of his pupil on command. Currently, he is the only individual known to be able to do this—although you could give it a try if you want!
Your Personality is Linked to your Sleeping Position!
When you fall asleep at night, do you prefer to be in a fetal position, flat on your back, or sprawled out on your stomach? Believe it or not, your personality is linked to your sleeping position.
According to The Telegraph Dreams.co.u, sleep experts have found a correlation between a person’s preferred nightly position and their personality.
For instance, the director of the Sleep Assessment and Advisory Service Chris Idzikowski explained that people who opt for the fetal position “may appear tough but are actually sensitive souls right to their core.”
Mark Antony brought sand from Egypt to Turkey and covered an entire beach for Cleopatra!
Talk about going above and beyond for love.
Cleopatra was an incredibly powerful ruler who could indulge in the kind of luxuries others could never even imagine. For example, when she was vacationing on Sedir Island in Turkey, she wasn’t satisfied with the beaches.
So her lover Mark Antony had the white sand that she preferred brought all the way from Egypt so that she could enjoy it on foreign shores. Sedir is now known as Cleopatra’s Island for this reason.
During Medieval times shoes could be up to two feet long!
Some shoe designs prioritize style over comfort and that certainly seemed to be true back in medieval times.
During the late 14th and early 15th centuries, shoes could be up to two feet long. The toes of the shoes were usually filled with hair, wool, moss, or grass.