Fascinating Facts For Today.<<<25.02.15>>>

-It is the female lion who does more than 90 percent of the hunting, while the male is afraid to risk his life, or simply prefers to rest.

-A space vehicle must move at a rate of at least 17miles per second to escape Earth's gravitational. This is equivalent to going from Ikeja to Ikoyi in about 20seconds

-The piece that protrudes from an umbrella is called a 'ferrule'. The word, 'ferrule' is also used to describe the piece of metal that holds a rubber eraser on a pencil.

-The name 'Piano' is an abbreviation of cristofori's original name for the instrument: 'Piano et forte, or 'soft and loud'

-There are no clocks in las vegas gambling casinos

To read more facts, Click Here



Author & Editor

TundeGold is Digital Media Certified and an H.R Specialist. He is a Blogger who loves writing on topics relating to Leadership and Career Development. Click HERE to view His Full Profile


Post a Comment

We love to hear from you, make use of the comment field after every post and drop your comments. Also tick the box in the comments area to get notified via your email for the replies on your comments. Thanks

*Comments on this Web are NOT posted by Tundegold.
*Readers are SOLELY responsible for the comments they post.
*Also, where necessary, all posts are duly referenced.Thank you.

We work really hard and put a lot of effort and resources into our content, providing our readers with plagiarism-free articles, original and high-quality texts.

Contents on this website may not be copied, republished, reproduced, redistributed either in whole or in part without due permission or acknowledgement. Proper acknowledgement include, but not limited to (a) Proper referencing in the case of usage in research, magazine, brochure, or academic purposes, (b)"FAIR USE" in the case of re-publication on online media.

About possible consequences you can read here:What are the consequences of copyright infringement?

Tundegold is a property of Grandunicorn Limited and we have all legal actions at our disposal to take within and outside the internet in effort to protect our intellectual properties. All contents are protected by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act 1996 (DMCA).