While reading, people are prone to subconsciously take on attributes to that of fictional characters as if they were their own. This phenomenon is ‘experience-taking’.
Swans form monogamous pair bonds that last for many years. If one swan dies, its partner may mourn or at least remain celibate for several seasons.
While children of identical twins are legally first cousins, genetically, they are actually half siblings.
Sunglasses make people look more attractive because they give the illusion of a chiseled bone structure on top of a soft-featured face.
The human brain remember more negative memories than positive ones. This is due to the negativity bias the brain sets up as a defense mechanism.
A librocubicularist is someone who reads in bed.
There is a 51% chance that a flipped coin will land on the side that was facing up when it was flipped.
75% of people who marry partners from an affair eventually divorce.
The Earth, seen from the moon, also goes through phases.
Illegal drug possession and trafficking are punished in Singapore with the death penalty.