Did you know that giraffes can clean their ears with their tongues? Or that in the 1800s, opium was marketed as a way to pacify fussy babies? If you like that, then you may enjoy the other fun factoids cutely drawn by children’s book illustrator Mike Lowery.
In a cool concept by UK-based design studio Young, Learn Something Every Day posts some interesting facts accompanied by cute sketches. If nothing else it’s a fun way to burn a few minutes of your day. See some facts below.
If useless information can be mistaken for intelligence, then I feel smarter already ;-)
Find more trivia at Learn Something Every Day.
A couple of interesting links in the form of a handy image map that I painstakingly made (note to self – don’t do this shit again!). Click an image to follow the link.
The list of links:
- The World From Above: The Beauty Of Aerial Photography
- The Banksy Paradox: 7 Sides of the World’s Most Infamous Street Artist
- 13 Upcoming Remakes of Hollywood Sci-fi Classics
- Barack Obama: The 50 Facts You Might Not Know
- Awesome Wallpapers by Abduzeedo
- 10 Futuristic Concept Laptop Designs
- Top 50 Dystopian Movies of All Time
- The 6 Deadliest Creatures (That Can Fit In Your Shoe)
- Six Most Amazing Street Performers