Humans share 50 percent DNA with bananas, revealed a group of teachers.
The teachers are launching a "guerilla science" campaign, and are posting a range of weird, amazing and amusing facts in parks and other places, the Mirror reported.
The project has been organised is collaboration with The Big Bang UK Young Scientists and Engineers Fair.
Vasu Krishnaswamy from London's Stanmore College, who was involved in the project, said that this is a fun and different way to remind students that science and engineering are part of our everyday lives.
Other weird and wacky science related facts are that every square mile of sea has 46,000 pieces of rubbish, 25 percent of your bones are in your feet.
Some other engineering facts are that Eiffel Tower's height alters by up to six inches with temperature, 1st ever text message read "Merry Christmas", nightingale's song can drown the noise of a chainsaw.
Some true and fascinating bits of technology are that the first computer mouse was made of wood, words written on Twitter is going to fill a book of 10 million pages.