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The cubicle did not get its name from its shape, but from the Latin “cubiculum” meaning bed chamber.
We only taste 20% of the salt on potato chips, so Lay’s created a new shape of salt with the same taste but 25% less salt.
Pluto has a heart shape on its surface.
You can find the shape of every letter of Toyota’s name in their logo.
A woman’s vaginal muscles can take up to 6 months to get back to their normal shape and size after childbirth.
People really do look like their names. According to research your name might shape your face.
Gangster John Dillinger reportedly once escaped from prison by carving a potato into the shape of a pistol.
In medieval times, the word ‘abracadabra’ was written out in a triangular shape and worn around the neck in an amulet to make deadly diseases go away.
A horse focuses its eye by changing the angle of its head not by changing the shape of the lens of the eye, as humans do.
In rainy climates, some breeds of termites attach special overhanging eaves to their nests. These eaves deflect downpours and keep the nests dry. The compass termite, an Australian breed, builds its nest in the shape of an axe head, the sides of which always point north and south. African termites in search of water will bore holes as deep as 130 feet into the Earth until they find the water table.
The cheetah has a long, muscular tail that has a flat shape. The tail almost functions like a rudder on a boat because they use it to help control their steering and keep their balance when running very fast.