You must have seen in films and TV shows how people struggle when they end up in water with their car. They always try to open the door, but it’s stuck. According to experts, the best and fastest way to exit a sinking vehicle is to immediately take off your seat belt, lower your window, and escape from there. It’s only a matter of seconds until the car sinks completely and the door is likely to stick.
Apegeo collected 12 crucial pieces of information you had no idea would prove to be so important during an emergency.
1. This octopus has enough venom to kill 26 adults at once.
Despite its very small size, the blue-ringed octopus is one of the most deadly marine animals on the planet. It is true that its venom can kill a total of 26 adult humans in a matter of minutes. They will only attack humans if provoked and their venom needs only a few minutes until the first symptoms are experienced. Within 5-10 minutes from the bite, the victim begins to feel paresthesia, numbness, and difficulty breathing. Nausea and vomiting are 2 other major effects. There are cases where people are said to have been conscious but were unable to speak or move. So, if you ever notice this small creature, do not provoke it in any way and just move far away from it and on with your life.
2. Square wave systems may look beautiful, but they hide powerful currents underneath.
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