The youngest children have developed an innate curiosity, which leads them to constantly ask questions about everything around them. This is the main reason why they learn so quickly. Many times the answers to your questions are found in science. Encouraging their eagerness to discover and learn is fundamental to their intellectual development.
Here are some scientific curiosities:
- The heart beats about 100,000 times a day and expels about 5 liters of blood per minute.
- The sun is 30,000 times larger than the earth. Its core reaches temperatures of 15 million degrees.
- The human brain constantly produces electricity, enough to light a small lamp.
- Methuselah is the oldest tree in the world and is 4,847 years old. It is located in the Inyo National Forest, located in California, United States.
- Boreal whales are the longest-living mammals, living more than 200 years and weighing between 100 and 120 tons.
- The human body is made up of 37 trillion different cells and 100 trillion microbes.
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