Average life in Japan
Japan has one of the highest average life expectancy rate, average person reaching the age of 84.
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Domestic horses can read human emotions, such as sadness or nervousness, even before we’ve even consciously registered them.
The largest dinosaur eggs were as large as basketballs. The bigger the
egg, the thicker the shell. So if the eggs had been larger, dinosaur
babies probably would not have been able to get out.
Certain frogs can jump up to 20 times their own body length in a single leap.
Guinea fowls are very adaptable birds. They’re able to live in the lowlands and on altitudes of 9,800 feet.
The Hayabusa was a Japanese spacecraft that landed on the near-Earth
asteroid Itokawa in 2005 and attempted to collect samples. In 2010,
Hayabusa was a success at getting back to earth with a small sample of
asteroid dust that is being studied by scientists.
90% of the mobile phones used in Japan are waterproof.
Pork is the most consumed meat around the world. Pork has 3 times as much thiamine than any other food.
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