Fun Science Facts for Kids

31 Jan Fun Science Facts for Kids

It is fascinating to learn science as it tells us so much about every little thing and process around us. There is science in the sound around us, there is science in the air we breathe, there is science and its application everywhere you look.
You will have heard the term blue-blooded to denote those of royal birth. Did you know that lobsters have blue blood?
Here is another fun science fact, did you know that the peanut is not a nut, it is in fact a member of the legume or bean family in plants.
Science tells us, that majority of the dust that you see around your home is dead skin cells.
Did you know that butterflies taste as they walk? Scientists have found that butterflies have taste buds in their feet and taste their food by standing on it.
The number of bones in a full grown adult is 206, in children it is more, 300, as some of the bones haven’t fused as yet.
You would have heard people say, don’t be so hot headed. Here is the science behind it. The human head loses about 40-50 % of the heat from the body on account of its vast circulatory network.

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