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Old 02-03-2010, 01:40 PM
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Default Share your cool Science Facts here---------->>>

I thought we could all add in cool and interesting science facts... Ill start.

--Body Hair

We have just as much hair all over our bodies as chimpanzees or monkeys or any other furry primate. Most of it is just very short and light. It's called "vellus hair" or "peach fuzz".Research shows that we humans lost all our body hair through evolution about a million years before somebody finally figured out how to purchase clothes at one of the first primitive Walmarts.

One theory says that we lost our all body hair in an attempt to avoid parasites like ticks, fleas, and lice, and that we've only kept the hair on our heads because other people think it's pretty



--Insects

For each person on the Earth, there are two hundred million insects crawling around somewhere. Ants and termites are especially popular. If you could put all of the Earth's animals together in an extremely large blender, a delicious one third of what would come pouring out would be ants and termites.
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