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10 Amazing Scientific “Facts on Human body and Life” interesting facts that we should knew Part 6

Facts on Human Body and Life Part-6

51. It is not known whether a baby can recognize its mother by the sense of smell. But experiments have shown that even in a din, a mother can somehow even in a din, a mother can somehow hear and decipher her own child’s cry.

52. Children to the bushmen tribe living in the Central parts of South Africa can follow the track of their own mother’s feet without any confusion.

53. The women of the Futa Djallon tribe of the Republic of Guinea in West Africa comb their hair into a lofty, circular shape. This serves as a frame for the mirror.

54. Soldiers carry tree branches to camouflage themselves in times of war.

55. Apples are more efficient than caffeine in keeping person awake in the mornings.

56. We all know the people of Nagaland simply as ‘ nagas’. But there are actually 16 different tribes among them, each distinguished from the other by the shawl worn.

57. The Australians are among the earliest to go to bed, with 24 per cent of them in bed by 10 p.m.

58. In the 16th century, many women of Europe had their gums pierced in order to keep their dentures in place with hooks.

59. Human feet have proved to be useful in ancient days for doing a number of jobs. In the ‘Wine- Press’ in ancient Babylon and Mesoporamia, it was common to tread grapes with the feet for extracting the juice. Even in cities like Mumbai, the dough for making bread is reportedly kneaded with the use of feet.

60. Intelligent people have more copper and zinc in their hair.

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