1. At 456 feet high, the world's largest door is taller than the Statue of Liberty and owned by NASA.
  2. Stress can cause a human's hair to fall out up to 10 times more than usual.
  3. The Hollywood sign was changed by a prankster in 1976 to read "Hollyweed", after the passage of a state law decriminalising marijuana.
  4. Traffic accidents kill 1.25 million people per year.
  5. A Snoopy Museum opened in 2016 in Tokyo, Japan.
  6. Half of your brain stands guard when you are sleeping in a new place for the first time.
  7. Of the 967 people who died in jail in the U.S. in 2013, 76% had not been convicted of a crime.
  8. 1145 people were killed by police in the U.S. in 2015.
  9. You could cover the Great Wall of China 8 times with the number of jars of Nutella sold in a year.
  10. Dinosaur feathers aren't just visually apparent in fossils, but have actually been found preserved in amber.
  11. George Washington penned somewhere between 18,000 and 20,000 letters in his lifetime.
  12. The tallest known dog, as of 2010, was a Great Dane who measured 1.092 m (43 in) tall.
  13. An adult Asian elephant is capable of holding 8.5 L (2.2 US gal) of water in its trunk.
  14. Elvis Presley had never received formal music training or learned to read music. He played by ear.
  15. "Backpfeifengesicht" is a German word for a face that badly needs a punch.
  16. The average person gets 9,672 minor injuries in a lifetime, a UK survey found.
  17. Titan, the largest moon of Saturn, harbors an extremely salty ocean.
  18. NASA's Internet connection is 13,000 times faster than The average U.S. user, at 91 gigabits per second.
  19. Sarcasm promotes creativity, a Harvard study found.
  20. Large Dogs
    Age Faster
    Die Younger.
  21. The wolphin is the result of the union of a bottlenose dolphin and a false killer whale.
  22. In 1978, a student in the U.S. working a minimum wage job could pay for 4 years of college with no debt.
  23. Eminem would spend hours studying the dictionary, so he could expand his vocabulary for his rhymes.
  24. Airplane turbulence caused 3 deaths between 1980 and 2009.
  25. Jessica Cox became the world's first licensed armless pilot in 2008.
  26. "Aerogel" is the lightest solid material in the world. A silicon-based solid with a porous, 99% of its volume is empty space.
  27. The last Moorish kingdom in Spain fell in the same year Columbus reached the Americas.
  28. The U.S. threatened to attack Afghanistan two months before 9/11.
  29. Portuguese, not Spanish, is the most widely spoken language in South America.
  30. Texas has at least 200 ghost towns.
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