Octopus are known to change their skin color and texture in order to blend in with their environment. The Mimic Octopus can not only change colours, but will mimic the shapes of other animals, like the flounder, lionfish, and sea snakes.
The 61st Cavalry Regiment of the Indian Army gets the honor to lead the January 26th march past every year. Surprisingly, this Regiment is believed to be the largest non-ceremonial horse-mounted cavalry unit remaining in the world.
The Gateshead Millennium Bridge is referred as the ‘Blinking Eye Bridge’ or the ‘Winking Eye Bridge’ due to its shape and its tilting method. #Amazingfacts
World uses fiber optics technology for high speed communication and for medical procedures. But did you know that this ground-breaking technology was a brainchild of an Indian-born American physicist Dr. Narinder Singh Kapany?
Bhanoli Sera is a remote village in Uttarakhand, which was facing lot of problems due to the absence of postal facilities. Arpita Chakrabarty, a journalist raised an issue through an article which caught fire on social media and within 4 days the village got its first post office. #HappyFacts
An Increasing number of women are pursuing science as a career today. But did you know Kadambini Ganguly was one of the two first women to graduate in India during British raj and become the first female physician, trained in western medicine?
The Planetary astronomers have been making a lot of new discoveries in the Kuiper belt, also known as the ring of icy debris in space. Astronomers have discovered another likely dwarf planet. #ScienceFacts
Researchers are working on red, green and brown-coloured algae across the Greenland ice sheet. This algae blooms in summer making the snow dark and causing it to absorb more sunlight and melt faster. #Amazingfacts
Apart from all the mind exercises, eating healthy is extremely important to boost memory. According to a study, fatty acid present in seafood can help improve your memory function by about 15%. #LearningFacts
Nivalkar Gajanan, previously a farm laborer not only transformed his life by learning to use a Personal Computer but also helped his village Akoli. He started a computer literacy programme reaching villages across Telangana. #HappyFacts