Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Fun Fact About Shark

  • The first sharks lived more than 400 million years ago—200 million years before the first dinosaurs. They have changed very little over the eons.
  • Sharks can be found in all of Earth’s oceans.
  • Sharks do not have a single bone in their bodies. Their skeletons are made of cartilage.
  • Sharks belong to a group of fish known as the elasmobranchs, or cartilaginous fishes. Rays and skates, which may have evolved from sharks, also belong to this group.
  • Because sharks very rarely get cancer, scientists study their cartilage in the hopes of finding a cure for the disease.
  • Sharks live in all seven of the world’s oceans, but they’re not confined solely to wide-open bodies of salt water. There are species that can survive in mixed salt- and freshwater environments like estuaries and watersheds that connect to an ocean, while other species can live in completely fresh water .
  • While blood likely does not provoke a shark to attack, a shark in the vicinity likely can detect the blood. Without any conclusive proof of how sharks might respond, some scientists suggest women stay out of the water while menstruating.
  • When a shark eats food that it can’t digest (like a turtle shell or tin can), it can vomit by thrusting its stomach out its mouth then pulling it back in.
  • A shark’s jaw is not attached to its cranium. Because its mouth is situated on the underside of its head, a shark can temporarily dislocate its jaw and jut it forward to take a bite
  • Before sandpaper was invented, people used the rough skin of sharks, called shagreen, to smooth and polish wood. Japanese warriors wrapped the skin around the handles of their swords to keep the swords from slipping out of their hands.
  • The first pup to hatch inside the sand tiger shark mother devours its brothers and sisters until there are only two pups left, one on each side of the womb. This form of cannibalism is called oophagy.
  • Weird things that have been found in shark stomachs include shoes, chairs, the rear half of a horse, a box of nails, a torpedo, drums, and bottles of wine.
  • There are at least 400 species of sharks that can be placed into eight groups, and new ones are being identified all the time. Of this large number, only about 30 species are known to attack humans—particularly the Great White, Tiger, Bull, Mako, and Hammerhead sharks. Most sharks are completely harmless.
  • For every human killed by a shark, humans kill two million sharks.
  • About two-thirds of shark attacks on humans have taken place in water less than six feet deep.
  • Most shark attacks occur less than 100 feet from the shore. Shark attacks happen all over the world, but mainly around popular beaches in North America (especially Florida and Hawaii), Australia, and South Africa.
  • More people are killed by bee stings and lightning than by shark attacks. Worldwide about 30 people die each year from shark attacks, which means a person has a one in 300 million chance of being killed by a shark. A shark attack most often occurs when a shark mistakes a person for a seal or other animal.
  • Sharks will often give warning signs before they attack, by arching their backs, raising their heads, and pointing their pectoral fins down.
  • The most bizarre feeding technique of all sharks is that of the Cookiecutter (cigar or luminous) shark. It attaches its mouth onto its victim and carves out a hunk of flesh, leaving a distinctive circular wound in its prey, like a pastry cutter. Its body has a series of holes called “photophores” that glow in the dark water. In fact, its scientific genus name is Isistius, from Isis, the Egyptian goddess of light
  • The Grey Reef shark (Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos) has been called the “gangster shark” because of its highly aggressive nature.
  • Angel sharks were once called monkfish or bishop fish because their fins look like flowing robes.
  • The frilled shark, or eel shark, is called a “living fossil” because it is so much like some extinct sharks that are found preserved in rocks. Parts of its skeleton resemble those of sharks that became extinct 350 million years ago.
  • Portuguese sharks live at depths of 12,000 feet, which is over two miles deep.
  • As long as a shark’s back is mostly under water, it can swim easily. A nine-foot-long bull shark can swim in just two feet of water.
  • Many species of sharks have a movable, transparent nictitating membrane that covers and protects their eyes when they are attacking and eating.
  • Unlike fish, sharks do not have a swim bladder to keep them afloat—for this, sharks instead have a large oil-filled liver. Sharks that spend a lot of time on the surface, such as whale and basking sharks, have a massive liver.
  • Shark liver oil used to be the main source of vitamin A for humans. The liver of a basking shark can weigh over 1,800 pounds and contain 600 gallons of oil.
  • Contrary to popular belief, the stomach is not the largest organ inside a shark’s body. The liver is the largest organ and can be 25% of the shark’s weight.
  • Many Greenland sharks (Somniosus microcephalus) have small parasites on their eyes that glow in dark water. Scientists think these glowing parasites attract prey into the sharks’ mouths. These sharks also have poisonous flesh that must be boiled three times before eating.
  • A female blue shark’s skin is three times thicker than a blue male’s to survive courtship bites.[
  • Hammerhead sharks’ heads are soft at birth so they won’t jam the mothers’ birth canals.
  • Recent research indicates that when a shark plies surface waters (when the dorsal fin cuts through the sea’s surface), it could be detecting pressure waves associated with a struggling animal nearby.
  • The largest fish caught with a rod and reel was a Great White shark. It weighed 2,664 pounds and was almost 17 feet long.
  • A bull shark can live in both salt and fresh water by regulating salt and other substances in its blood. A bull shark may have been responsible for a 1916 shark attack that happened in a creek in New Jersey. They have also been found in the Mississippi River.
  • The world’s most unusual shark, the megamouth (Megachasma pelagios), wasn’t discovered until 1976. Its mouth can reach up to three feet across, while the rest of the body is about 16 feet long. Only 14 megamouths have ever been seen.
  • The shark that lives the longest is the spiny or piked dogfish (Acanthias). They usually live up to 70 years of age, but some may live until they are 100. Dogfish sharks are named for their tendency to attack prey like a pack of wild dogs would.
  • Approximately 100 million sharks are killed every year. Shark teeth are used to make necklaces; cartilage is used to make fertilizers; skin is used to make leather; liver is used to make face cream, sap, and fuel; and fins are used to make soup. The mass killing of sharks creates a negative, cascading effect in the global environment.
  • All living creatures emit small electrical signals as they breathe or move. Some sharks, particularly hammerheads, can use electricity to help them catch their prey—they pick up very small electrical impulses through hundreds of tiny holes in their faces, called Ampullae of Lorenzini.
  • Sometimes sharks attack metal objects. This might be because metal gives off weak electric signals in salt water that may confuse sharks.[
  • Even though almost equal numbers of men and women spend time in the ocean, no one knows why sharks seem to prefer to attack men. In fact, nearly 90% of shark attacks have happened to men.
  • The smallest shark is the dwarf lantern shark, which is only seven inches long. The longest shark is the whale shark, which can grow to a whopping 50 feet long and weigh more than 40,000 pounds. These behemoths are usually gentle and get all their food by sifting small animals out of the water.
  • Most sharks are born alive (viviparous). There are two ways a pup can grow inside the mother. In some sharks, the embryos feed on the yolk attached to their bellies. Other species have an umbilical cord that connects to a mother’s blood supply. A mother shark can give birth to up to 48 pups in one litter. The pups are usually born tail first and might rest beside their mother for a while before swimming away to fend for themselves.
  • Whale sharks give birth to the greatest number of pups. They can produce several hundred in a litter.
  • Basking sharks are pregnant for more than two years, while other sharks, such as the bonnet head shark, are pregnant for only a few months. The longest gestation period of any mammal is the elephant, at 22 months.
  • When it comes time to give birth, the female shark loses her appetite so she won’t be tempted to eat her own pups.
  • There are some things a shark cannot eat, such as a small fish called the Moses sole and the puffer fish. When a shark bites a sole, it releases a chemical in the shark’s mouth that makes the shark release it. Scientists are trying to duplicate this chemical so it can be used to keep sharks away from people.
  • Sometimes when fishermen catch a shark, they will cut off its fins for soup and throw the shark back into the sea—still alive. The mutilated shark is unable to swim or breathe and eventually dies.
  • Sharks do not have scales. Instead their skin is covered with denticles, which give the skin its roughness. As sharks grow, the denticles fall off and are replaced by larger ones.
  • Native Americans in Florida used the teeth of Great White sharks as arrowheads.
  • Some sharks—such as the Great White, Porbeagle, and Mako—have crescent-shaped tail fins and can swim very fast. Two researchers calculated a three-foot Shortfin Mako reached an amazing speed of 68 miles per hour, though generally the shark has been more reliably clocked at 46 mph. Both the Mako and the Great White can leap up out of the water.
  • Some sharks, like the wobbegong and angel sharks, are so flat that they look like they’re part of the sea floor.
  • Discovered in Japan in 1898, the goblin shark has a long snout, beady eyes, and pink-gray flabby skin. Some scientists call it “Frankenshark” because it looks so ugly. Its bizarre beak may be a step in evolution toward something like a saw shark or hammerhead shark.
  • Some large sharks have dramatically longer lifespans than small sharks. For instance, whale sharks (which generally range from 18 to 32 feet/5.5 to 10 meters in length) can live up to 100 years, while the smooth dogfish (with an average length between 2 and 4 feet/0.6 and 1.2 meters) might only live for 16 years.
  • Hearing is probably the best of all of a shark’s senses. Some sharks can hear prey in the water from 3,000 feet away. They are better at detecting low frequency sounds, so they can’t detect the high-frequency sounds dolphins make.
  • Nurse sharks are probably the laziest sharks, spending much of the day resting on the sandy sea floor, sometimes stacked on top of each other. When they get hungry, they are like giant vacuum cleaners, sucking prey off the sea floor or from between rocks.
  • Sharks have been called “swimming noses” because their sense of smell is so good (they smell with their nostrils but don’t breath through them). Some sharks can smell one part of blood in 100 million parts of water and can tell which direction that smell is coming from.
  • Sharks don’t get cavities probably because they are constantly shedding teeth. Sharks have 40-45 teeth, with up to seven rows of replacement teeth behind them. When a front tooth breaks or falls out, it takes only about one day for a replacement tooth to move forward to the front row. Sharks can go through more than 30,000 teeth in a lifetime. Newer teeth are always larger, so sharks can look scarier as they age.
  • Sharks do not have ears on the outside of their body, but rather on the inside of their heads.
  • Because of the long gestation period and the troublesome mating process, during which the female tiger shark gets badly bitten by the male, tiger sharks have pups only once every three years
  • Sharks have rows of small holes on the sides of their bodies called lateral line organs that are sensitive to small movements in the water...which is how they know when other fish swim near them.
  • Some sharks can bite hard enough to cut through a thick piece of steel. Like lions and other predators, sharks usually kill only when they are hungry, which isn’t very often. Some sharks can live a year without eating, living off the oil they stored in their bodies.
  • An ancient shark called Carcharodon Megalodon (“rough tooth, big tooth”) had the largest shark teeth ever found, measuring more than six inches long. Its jaws were big enough to swallow an entire car, and it was the same length as the dinosaur T-Rex. Some people believe this shark may still exist in deep water.
  • Humans stand little chance of surviving a shark attack. One of the most startling incidents of a shark attack occurred in Tasmania, Australia, in 1993. Terri Cartwright died instantly when a 15-foot Great White bit her in half as her horrified family watched from a boat. She was last seen in its mouth. Part of her leg and a piece of her wet suit were later found.
  • The thrasher (fox, slasher, or swingle-tail) shark uses its long tail to fish. Its tail can be half the length of its whole body—up to 10 feet. It uses its tail like a bat or whip that either smacks or stuns its prey.
  • The largest and strongest known predatory fish in the sea, the Great White shark (also called White Death), can grow up to 30 feet long and is the only fish that lifts its head out of the water as if to investigate surface objects. Its jaw is six times stronger than a wolf’s and has about two-thirds the biting strength of a Tyrannosaurus Rex’s jaw. The Great White is responsible for 30-50% of all deadly attacks on humans.
  • Tiger shark is the second-most dangerous shark in the world,  sometimes called the “garbage can of the sea” because it will eat anything, including animal carcasses, tin cans, car tires, and other garbage. One was even found having a chicken coop with the remains of bones and feathers inside its stomach.
  • Sharks may use the Earth’s magnetic field with special organs that act as a compass to navigate the oceans.
  • Until the nineteenth century, some inhabitants of the islands in the South Pacific considered sharks to be gods and offered human sacrifices to them.[4]
  • In Borneo, to stop babies from crying, the saw from a sawfish shark is covered in cloth and hung over the cradle.
  • Although there are about 400 different types of sharks, fewer than 20% of them are larger than adult humans.
  • While the ostrich lays the largest eggs on land, the whale shark lays the largest eggs in the world. An egg from a whale shark measuring 14 inches in diameter was found in the Gulf of Mexico in 1953.

Monday, July 29, 2019

Mengetahui Karakter Melalui Warna Favorit

Mengenal dan mengetahui kepribadian seseorang dapat dilakukan dengan berbagai macam cara salah satunya melalui test Psikotes atau melalui hal- hal yang disukai oleh orang tersebut. Karena dari kebiasaan dan hal-hal yang disukai tersebut kita bisa mengetahui karakter seseorang. Menurut saya sendiri, mengetahui karakter seseorang itu perlu karena hal tersebut bisa membantu kita dalam menjalin hubungan dengan orang lain.

Ternyata kita bisa loh mengenal karakter seseorang melalui warna favoritnya. Anda ingin tahu? Berikut silahkan Anda simak artikel mengetahui karakter seseorang melalui warna favoritnya.

Saturday, July 27, 2019

Amazing And Cool Facts About Human Body : Part II

Human body is an incredibly complex and amaze but also have bizarre or unexpected facts and explanations behind them. The human body is hard at work while we go about our daily lives. We may not notice or feel anything special, but every second, day and night, our bodies are using power and healing (also recomended : Amazing And Cool Facts About Human Body : Part I). Bellow, you can find an awesome facts about the human body:

  1. The acid in your stomach is strong enough to dissolve zinc. It doesn't destroy the stomach because because the stomach walls constantly renews itself.

Thursday, July 25, 2019

Unique Daily Info : Mythomania, Penyakit Psikologis Suka Berbohong

Hampir semua orang pernah melakukan kebohongan, yang biasanya dilakukan dengan cara menceritakan sesuatu yang tidak sesuai dengan fakta pada orang lain. Kebohongan ini bisa jadi dilakukan untuk melindungi sesuatu atau memang diniati untuk menipu seseorang. Hanya saja, kebiasaan buruk untuk tidak jujur ini bagi beberapa orang adalah hal yang sulit sekali dilakukan dan menjadi sebuah candu. Banyak orang yang bahkan sering melakukan kebohongan tanpa disadari dan baru disesali setelah terlanjur dipercaya banyak orang. Penyakit kompulsif dimana orang akan mudah untuk berbohong ini bisa jadi berbahaya untuk kelanjutan hidup seseoran dan sering disebut sebagai Mythomania
Mythomania sendiri bisa dijabarkan sebagai kondisi dimana seseorang ingin sekali mendapatkan perhatian besar dari orang lain, namun, karena keinginan yang sangat kuat ini, anda pun rela untuk menceritakan sebuah cerita bohong agar dipercaya dan diperhatikan oleh orang lain. Penderita mythomania sendiri bisa dibagi menjadi mereka yang masih dalam tahap ringan dan hanya menceritakan beberapa cerita karangan yang tidak berdampak besar bagi orang lain dan hanya untuk mendapatkan perhatian, atau mereka yang memang sudah mengalami permasalahan mental akut, dimana kepribadiannya sudah cenderung memanipulasi segala hal, sangat narsis dan memperhatikan penampilan, serta cenderung mudah berinteraksi sosial dengan cara membual.

Biasanya, orang yang memiliki mythomania memiliki banyak faktor kegagalan dalam hidupnya, khususnya masalah keluarga dimana semua orang tentu mengharapkan keluarga yang harmonis. Kegagalan dalam hal pertemanan, percintaan, studi, atau bahkan masalah pekerjaan juga bisa memicu seseorang mencoba mengelak dari berbagai masalah ini sehingga menjadi pembohong untuk melarikan diri dari apa yang Ia alami selama ini. Dengan membuat orang lain percaya dengan kebohongannya, Ia merasa lebih mudah untuk lari dari semua masalah ini.

Untuk mengobati masalah ini, penderita mythomania tentu harus menyadari diri-sendiri bahwa kebohongan-kebohongan yang Ia alami tidaklah baik karena justru bisa membuat masalah yang lebih besar ke depannya. Penderita mythomania bisa mendatangi psikolog dan melakukan konseling dengan metode konvensional psikoterapi. Untungnya, kini juga banyak psikolog yang bisa memakai hypnotherapy yang bisa mengatasi masalah berbohong ini dengan lebih efektif.

Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Hari Anak Nasional

Hari Anak adalah event yang diselenggarakan pada tanggal yang berbeda-beda di berbagai negara di seluruh dunia. Hari Anak Internasional diperingati setiap tanggal 1 Juni dan Hari Anak Universal diperingati setiap tanggal 20 November. Tanggal tersebut diumumkan oleh PBB sebagai hari anak-anak sedunia. Organisasi anak di bawah PBB, yaitu UNICEF untuk pertama kali menyelenggarakan peringatan hari anak sedunia pada bulan Oktober tahun 1953. Kemudian pada tanggal 14 Desember 1954, Majelis Umum PBB lewat sebuah resolusinya mengumumkan satu hari tertentu dalam setahun sebagai hari anak se-dunia yaitu pada tanggal 20 November. Perayaan Hari Anak ini bertujuan menghormati hak-hak anak di seluruh dunia.

Dimana kita seharusnya memberikan perhatian khusus mengenai keadaan anak-anak, masalah dan kesulitan yang mereka hadapi serta kondisi kesehatan dan kesejahteraan mereka. Sebagian dari data itu menyingkap realita pahit kehidupan jutaan anak di seluruh dunia yang hidup serba berkekurangan yang selalu bergelut dengan krisis makanan, kesehatan, pendidikan dan sebagainya.

Di Indonesia sendiri Hari Anak Nasional diperingati setiap 23 Juli sesuai dengan Keputusan Presiden Republik Indonesia Nomor 44 Tahun 1984, tanggal 19 Juli 1984. Maka melalui moment ini Unique Daily Tips mengucapkan "Selamat Hari Anak Nasional" kepada seluruh anak-anak Indonesia, calon pemimpin bangsa yang akan membawa bangsa ini menjadi lebih baik. ^^

Friday, July 19, 2019

Quotes From J.K Rowling

As the author of  Harry Potter books she could be an inspiration for any others woman in the world. Became a new role models for begginers author. The Harry Potter books have gained worldwide attention, won multiple awards, and They have become the best-selling book series in history. This is a famous quotes from a woman who struggle from zero to hero....

"It is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously that you might has well not have lived at all, in which case you have failed by default."

Saturday, July 13, 2019

Manfaat Kulit Manggis Untuk Kesehatan

Siapa yang tak kenal dengan buah Manggis atau Garcinia Cambogia? Selain rasa buahnya yang enak, kulit manggis saat ini paling banyak dicari dan digunakan untuk dijadikan obat alternatif dan untuk kecantikan karena mengandung banyak manfaat. Kulit Manggis mempunyai kandungan senyawa xamthone yang saat ini banyak dikembangkan dan diproduksi dalam bentuk sirup, yang dikenal dengan nama Xamthone. Xamthone kaya akan zat antioksidan yang dapat melawan radikal bebas. Beberapa penelitian menunjukkan bahwa senyawa ini memiliki sifat sebagai :

Thursday, July 11, 2019

Inspiring Quotes From Maya Angelou

Maya Angelou or Marguerite Annie Johnson was  born in April 4, 1928. She was an African-American author, poet, dancer, actress and singer. She published seven autobiographies, three books of essays, and several books of poetry, and was credited with a list of movies and television shows spanning over 50 years. She received dozens of awards and more than 50 honorary degrees.

Bellow, you can find some of famous quotes from Maya Angelou....

Sunday, July 7, 2019

Fakta Unik dan Menarik Tentang Singapura

Singapura adalah Negara tetangga kita yang bisa di tempuh 45 - 60 menit dari Batam, naik pesawat pun hanya satu setengah  jam dari Jakarta. Banyak sekali hal menarik dari Negara kecil ini sehingga menjadi pilihan tempat berlibur bagi ribuan orang. Bagi  yang tertarik dengan Singapura berikut ini silahkan disimak beberapa Fakta Unik dan Menarik mengenai Negara ini :

1. Singapura adalah satu dari 20 negara terkecil di dunia dengan total area hanya 682,7 kilometer persegi.
2. Negara ini hanya terdiri dari satu pulau utama dan 67 kepulauan berukuran kecil.  Hampir sebagian besar kepulauan kecil di Singapura tidak berpenghuni

3. Kepadatan penduduk Singapura mencapai 6.430 jiwa per kilometer persegi.

4. Di tahun 1824, Singapura hanya dihuni sekitar 10.000 penduduk.
5. Jumlah penduduk negara ini meningkat hampir 400 kali lipat. Berdasarkan sensus tahun 2000, Singapura dihuni oleh 4,2 juta penduduk.

6. Jumlah penduduk Singapura saat ini mencapai 5,3 juta jiwa, menduduki peringkat ke-166 di dunia.
7. Sembilan dari sepuluh warga Singapura tinggal di bangunan sewaan.

8. Singapura merupakan salah satu kota terpadat di dunia setelah Monako.
9. Merlion adalah lambang negara Singapura.  Merlion adalah sebuah hewan unik, berkepala singa dan bertubuh ikan

10. Bahasa resmi Singapura adalah Bahasa Inggris, digunakan oleh 90 persen penduduk negara ini. (Singapura memiliki empat bahasa resmi: Inggris, Tamil, Melayu, dan Mandarin).
11.  "Singlish" adalah istilah yang digunakan untuk menyebut Bahasa Inggris yang diucapkan dengan aksen Singapura.

12. Pendapatan perkapita Singapura merupakan yang ketiga tertinggi di dunia. Rata-rata penduduk Singapura berpenghasilan sekitar 600 juta Rupiah per tahun atau 50 juta Rupiah per bulan.

13. Di Singapura, tidak ada undang-undang yang mengatur standar gaji minimum.
14. Human Development Index Singapura termasuk kategori sangat tinggi, menduduki peringkat ke-19 di dunia. Sebagai perbandingan, Indonesia berada di peringkat ke-121.

15. Harga properti di Singapura merupakan salah satu yang tertinggi di dunia
16. Singapura merupakan negara dengan jumlah perbandingan jutawan tertinggi di dunia. Dalam setiap enam rumah tangga, ada setidaknya satu rumah tangga yang memiliki kekayaan di atas 1 juta US Dollar.

17. Individu dengan penghasilan sekitar 1.000 Dollar Singapura (sekitar 8 juta Rupiah) berhak mendapat berbagai tunjangan dari pemerintah, antara lain gratis pendidikan, fasilitas kesehatan, dan tunjangan tempat tinggal.
18. Singapura adalah tempat transit jutaan burung-burung liar yang terbang ke arah Asia Timur.

19. Air terjun buatan tertinggi di dunia terletak di Singapura, dengan tinggi 30 meter berlokasi di Jurong BirdPark.

20. The Night Safari, kebun binatang pertama di dunia, terletak di negara ini
21. Walaupun bernama Singapura, tidak pernah ada satu singa pun yang hidup di negara ini J

22. Negara ini mengganti zona waktunya sebanyak 6 kali sejak tahun 1905.
23. Singapura merupakan negara pengekspor ikan hias terbesar di dunia dan menjadi pemasok 25 persen ikan hias yang diperdagangkan di pasar internasional.

24. Bukit Timah merupakan titik tertinggi di Singapura, dengan ketinggian hanya 164 meter di atas permukaan laut.
25. Di Singapura, ada peraturan bahwa sebuah bangunan tingginya tidak boleh melebihi 280 meter. Saat ini, baru ada tiga bangunan yang mencapai batas ketinggian maksimal tersebut.

26. Nama keluarga Cina yang paling banyak digunakan di Singapura adalah Lim, Tan, dan Lee.
27. Singapura mendapatkan kemerdekaannya dari Inggris Raya pada tanggal 31 Agustus 1963.

28. Negara ini sempat bergabung dengan Malaysia di tanggal 16 September 1963, namun kembali memisahkan diri pada tanggal 9 Agustus 1965.
29. Walaupun kecil, Singapura memiliki miiliter dengan perlengkapan paling canggih di kawasan Asia Tenggara. Dana militer yang dialokasikan oleh pemerintah untuk militer sebesar 4.9 persen.

30. Agama paling populer di Singapura adalah Buddha, dianut oleh 34% penduduknya.
31. Jumlah penduduk atheis (tidak beragama) di Singapura juga cukup tinggi, mencapai 16% dari populasi negara ini.

32. Dianggap ilegal bagi yang membawa Bibel atau bericara kepada seseorang tentang Yesus Kristus.
33. Cina merupakan etnis mayoritas di Singapura, mencapai jumlah 75% dari total penduduk negara tersebut. Etnis lainnya adalah  Melayu dan India.

34. Bunga nasional negara Singapura bernama Vanda Miss Joaquim. ditemukan oleh Agnes Joaquim, seorang peneliti asal Armenia pada tahun 1893
35. Salah satu satwa unik Singapura bernama "Flying Fox," seekor kelelawar raksasa dengan bentangan sayap mencapai 1,5 meter. Flying Fox tinggal di salah satu pulau tak berpenghuni di Singapura yang bernama Pulau Ubin.

36. Airport Singapura, Changi, merupakan salah satu airport terbaik di dunia yang beberapa kali menerima penghargaan dari berbagai media internasional

37. Ada tempat lain di dunia yang bernama "Singapore". Letaknya di Amerika Serikat, dan dikenal sebagai salah satu kota hantu paling terkenal di dunia.
38. Total, jalan di Singapura membentang sepanjang 3.000 kilometer, jarak yang sama antara Singapura-Hongkong.

39. Delapan dari sepuluh orang di Singapura memiliki telepon genggam, tercatat setiap bulannya, terjual antara 30 ribu hingga 40 ribu nomor perdana di Singapura.
40. Lirik lagu kebangsaan Singapura ditulis dalam uang 1.000 Dollar Singapura.

41. Dari sekitar lima juta penduduk Singapura, dua juta di antaranya lahir di luar negeri.

42. Singapura dulunya merupakan bagian dari kerajaan Sriwijaya (berpusat di Palembang, Indonesia) dan memiliki nama Temasek. Di abad ke-11, Singapura menjadi bagian dari kerajaan Chola yang mengambil alih wilayah tersebut dari kerajaan Sriwijaya.
43. Singapura adalah salah satu negara tercepat yang mampu beralih dari negara dunia ketiga menjadi salah satu negara paling maju di dunia.

44. Singapura sangat memperhatikan masalah penghijauan kota. Walaupun metropolis, negara ini sangat peduli dengan masalah kelestarian alam.
45. Di Singapura, ada denda yang cukup tinggi, mencapai jutaan rupiah ketika membuang sampah sembarangan atau mengunyah  permen karet.

46. Singapura menganggap pernikahan sesama jenis dan berbagai tindakan homoseksual sebagai sesuatu yang ilegal.
47. Untuk membeli mobil di Singapura, Anda harus memiliki sertifikat khusus. Sertifikat tersebut harganya minimal 50.000 Dollar Singapura (sekitar 400 juta rupiah). Sertifikat tersebut hanya berlaku selama sepuluh tahun dan tidak bisa digunakan untuk membeli mobil lain.

48. Kebun anggrek tropis terbesar di dunia dapat ditemukan di Singapura.
49. Pariwisata merupakan salah satu sumber pemasukan terbesar Singapura.

50. Sebagian besar keluarga di Singapura mempekerjakan pembantu rumah tangga. Biasanya tenaga kerja jenis ini berasal dari negara tetangga seperti Indonesia dan Filipina.
51. Singapura adalah negara eksportir terbesar ke-14 di dunia.

52. Ada lebih dari 7.000 perusahaan multinasional yang saat ini beroperasi di Singapura.
53. Negara ini merupakan pusat finansial terbesar keempat di dunia.

54. Sebagian besar penduduk Singapura bekerja di sektor penyediaan jasa.
55. 8 dari 10 orang Singapura adalah memiliki  handphone. Perusahaan telepon mencatat  30.000 - 40.000 nomor baru laku setiap bulannya

56. Air mancur terbesar di dunia berlokasi di Sungapura yaitu di Suntec City. Terbuat dari cetakan perunggu yang menghabiskan dana sebesar US$6 juta yang dibangun pada tahun 1997.
57. Berdasarkan survey tahun 2006, ada lebih dari 80.000 pelajar asing yang belajar di berbagai universitas Singapura

58. Dua Universitas terbaik di negara ini adalah National University of Singapore dan Nanyang Technological University

59. Angka kelahiran di Singapura merupakan salah satu yang terendah di dunia. Data tahun 2013 menunjukkan bahwa hanya ada 0.79 kelahiran per wanita di negara ini.
60. Rokok dilarang di ruang publik. Dianggap melanggar peraturan kalau kamu memasuki Singapura dengan membawa rokok. perbuatan melanggar hukum bagi seseorang yang tidak menyiram toilet setelah menggunakannya

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