#1 The world’s oldest father is an Indian farmer and former wrestler named Ramjit Raghav, who fathered his 1st child in 2011, at the age of 94 and his second child at the age of 96.
#2 Genetically speaking, we are closer to our dads than our moms. Even though we get the same amount of genetic mutations from both parents, we use more of our dad’s DNA in our makeup.
#3 Rose is the official flower of Father’s Day. Wearing a red rose signifies a living father, while white one represents deceased father
#4 Father’s Day is the fourth most popular card-sending holiday, with an estimated $100 million in card sales. Husbands, grandfathers, uncles, sons and sons-in-law are honored as well as fathers.
#5 Research has shown that expectant fathers go through hormone changes in the early stages of pregnancy too. Researches done show drops in testosterone and estradiol, which is a form of estrogen.