Random facts that are too odd to be true

Scotland and Unicorn

The national animal of Scotland is unicorn, to represent dominance and chivalry.

Eiffel Tower Grows

The Eiffel tower can grow up to 15cm taller in summer as the iron heats up.

Australia's Width

Australia is wider than the moon, with a diameter of almost 4000km as opposed to the moon's diameter of around 3,400km.

Illegal Guinea Pigs

Owning just one guinea pig in Switzerland is illegal as it is perceived as animal abuse because the animals get lonely.

Many shades of the Queen

Queen Elizabeth II was a trained mechanic and could repair tires and engines, as per reports.

Blue Whale's Heartbeat

One can hear the heartbeat of the blue whale from 2 miles away.

Kit Kat's Reign

Japan has over 200 flavours of Kit Kat, including banana, blueberry cheesecake and baked potato.

Nutmeg's Power

Nutmeg is a hallucinogen, as it contains myristicin, which has mild-altering effects if ingested in higher doses.

Avocado is not a veggie

Avocadoes are fruits, not vegetables. They are technically single-seeded berries!