1. During the Gulf War, the British shipped 500,000 camouflage condoms to troops in Saudi Arabia to protect their guns from filling with sand.
  2. Eating a human body would provide about 81,500 calories.
  3. Joseph Goebbels, the Nazi minister of Propaganda who targeted people with birth defects, was born with a deformed right leg.
  4. Africa is the only continent that is in all four hemispheres and the only to have land on the prime meridian and the equator.
  5. Mickey Mouse is set to become public domain on January 1, 2024.
  6. Saudi Arabia is the largest country
    in the world without a river.
  7. It costs 41 cents per year per American citizen for NASA's entire Curiosity program.
  8. India has more people using the internet than the entire population of the U.S.
  9. Babies remain calm twice as long when listening to a song as they do when listening to speech, according to a study.
  10. Pluto has ice made out of water and a blue sky.
  11. 75% of the artificial vanilla produced in the world is used for ice cream and as a flavoring for chocolate.
  12. Indian actor Brahmanandam Kanneganti had a role in more than 1000 films, a world record.
  13. Armadillos are the only living mammals that have shells.
  14. The last individual of a species is called an "Endling." When it dies, the species is extinct.
  15. 13 of the 20 most polluted cities in world are just in India.
  16. Netflix uses disguised warehouses and unmarked trucks for security purposes.
  17. Dolphins give each other names and will answer to it even when called by dolphins they don't know.
  18. Malaria is thought to be responsible for the death of about half of all people who ever lived.
  19. Cats can become addicted to tuna and refuse to eat anything else, becoming what's known as 'tuna junkies.'
  20. It is illegal for pet stores in Beverly Hills to sell dogs and cats that are not from a shelter or rescue.
  21. Swedish blood donors first recieve a 'Thank you' text when they initially donate blood, but they also recieve a text whenever their blood is used to help someone.
  22. There are
    12 types of
    rainbows
    according to a study.
  23. Coffee with cream cools about 20% slower than black coffee.
  24. An estimated 20% to 25% of people are immune to hangovers.
  25. In Virginia, it is illegal to hunt on a Sunday, except for raccoons, which can be hunted until 2 AM.
  26. Gandhi Was Extremely Racist Towards Africans and even Lobbied for Segregated Entrances To Public Buildings
  27. British people say "Happy Christmas" because in the 19th century the word "merry" also meant "intoxicated" so they wanted to separate it from public insobriety.
  28. Drinking caffeine in the evening delays our brain's release of melatonin and interrupts our circadian rhythm by as much as 40 minutes.
  29. The man most responsible for the Rwandan Genocide was only sentenced to 35 years in prison.
  30. The King of Norway is 73rd in line to the British throne.
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