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Octopus are known to change their skin color and texture in order to blend in with their environment. The Mimic Octopus can not only change colours, but will mimic the shapes of other animals, like the flounder, lionfish, and sea snakes.

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The 61st Cavalry Regiment of the Indian Army gets the honor to lead the January 26th march past every year. Surprisingly, this Regiment is believed to be the largest non-ceremonial horse-mounted cavalry unit remaining in the world.

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The Gateshead Millennium Bridge is referred as the ‘Blinking Eye Bridge’ or the ‘Winking Eye Bridge’ due to its shape and its tilting method. #Amazingfacts

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World uses fiber optics technology for high speed communication and for medical procedures. But did you know that this ground-breaking technology was a brainchild of an Indian-born American physicist Dr. Narinder Singh Kapany?

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Latest exploration revealed that the legendary blue hole in the South China Sea is 300.98 meters deep. This is far deeper than the previous record holder, Dean's Blue Hole in the Bahamas. ‪#‎Amazingfacts‬

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Amartya Sen, Indian economist was awarded the Nobel Prize for his contribution to welfare economics and social choice theory. He is best known for his work on the cause of famine which led to the development of preventive solutions against famine.

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Video games can be a great way to help you improve memory. Immersive video games are better suited to provide an enriching experience that translates into functional gains keeping you cognitively engaged and active. ‪#‎LearningFacts‬

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Researchers have developed an electrochemical cell that can scrub CO2 from air generating power and make chemicals for bleach and plastics. #Amazingfacts

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Subrahmanyam Chandrasekhar was one of the greatest ‪#‎physicists‬ of the 20th century. He was awarded with the 1983 ‪#‎NobelPrize‬ for ‪#‎Physics‬. His prolific contribution in the fields of astrophysics, physics and applied ‪#‎mathematics‬, won him the stature of a great scientist and an accomplished teacher.

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Nivalkar Gajanan, previously a farm laborer not only transformed his life by learning to use a Personal Computer but also helped his village Akoli. He started a computer literacy programme reaching villages across Telangana. ‪#‎HappyFacts‬

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