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A hippo’s wide open mouth is big enough to fit a 4-foot-tall child in.
Chocolate has an anti-bacterial effect on the mouth and protects against tooth decay.
A clean mouth has between 1,000 and 100,000 bacteria on each tooth.
The gastrointestinal tract is a 30-foot (9 m) tube running from your mouth to your anus.
If you put a piece of pineapple somewhere in your mouth it starts ‘eating you’. It has proteins that degrades meat.
The Chinese soft-shelled turtle is the first animal known to pee via its mouth.
The water in a blue whale’s mouth weighs as much as its entire body.
A hippopotamus can open its mouth 180 degrees.
A jelly’s mouth also serves as its anus.
Rio de Janeiro means “January River” and it was called that by mistake. A Portuguese explorer thought the bay was the mouth of a river.
The gastric-brooding frog gives birth through its mouth.
Before Mating, the Female Giraffe Will First Urinate in the Male’s Mouth.
Snakes can open their mouth up to 150 degrees.
In 132 AD, a Chinese inventor built a seismograph which, at the moment of an earthquake, expelled a copper ball out of the mouth of a dragon and into the mouth of a frog.
Chocolate is the only edible substance to melt around 93° F, just below human body temperature. That’s why chocolate melts in your mouth.
Scientists discovered in 2016 a massive coral reef at the mouth of the Amazon River, covering over 3,600 square miles.
Your mouth is made of the same skin cells as a vagina.
Jean Cousin has been said to have discovered the New World in 1488, four years before Christopher Columbus, when he landed in Brazil around the mouth of Amazon, but this remains unproven.
A naked mole rat’s four front teeth are located outside its mouth, and their lips are sealed just behind the teeth, preventing soil from filling its mouth while he is digging.
The Kindlifresser, or “Child Eater”, is one of oldest statues in Bern, Switzerland, and nobody is sure why it has a baby half stuffed into his mouth, and three more over its shoulder.