1) The structure silkhenge spiders build to protect their eggs.
2) There is a snake in Africa whose venom causes your blood to not only stop clotting but to come running out of every hole in your body. It is called the boomslang snake.
3) Cashews actually grow on trees in fruits called cashew apples. Cashew apples can be eaten and fermented into alcohol called feni, however the green shell of the cashew contains a toxin similar to that of poison ivy.
4) The world's most poisonous plant is Gimpy Gimpy. It is found in Australia. Merely touching it is so painful that it has led many animals as well as humans kill themselves. The pain is described as a mixture of an acid burn and electric shock. Mostly anyone who touches it prefer to commit suicide, than bear the pain.
5) For a couple of weeks each February, a waterfall in California's Yosemite National Park appears to be set ablaze by the setting sun, a fleeting evening spectacle known as the "firefall".
6) When your pet is lying on their belly with their back legs splayed out behind them, there is a word for that, it is called a 'sploot'. And it is something cats and dogs do to stretch their hips or to cool down when it is hot outside.
7) Anatidaephobia is the fear that somewhere, somehow, a duck is watching you.
8) Elephant's brain react to humans the same way that human's brain react to puppies - They think humans are cute.