1. Wherever you are in the state of Florida, you're never more than 60 miles from the nearest body of salt water.
  2. Traveling to every single stop of the New York City subway (without leaving the transit system) would take at least 21 hours and 49 minutes.
  3. According to a study, up to 50% of the world's natural history specimens in museums are labeled incorrectly.
  4. From 2009 to 2014, more Mexicans left the U.S.
    than migrated into the country.
  5. Two and a half times more Barbies are sold every year than babies are born in the U.S.
  6. 37%
    Of New Yorkers were born in another country.
  7. The average wedding party in America has 4.39 bridesmaids.
  8. The world's longest bike stretches to 117 feet, 5 inches, which is almost as long as half a New York City block.
  9. 1 in 8 people who are HIV positive don't know their status.
  10. Anne Frank's family was
    denied visas by the U.S.
    because of stricter
    immigration policies.
  11. Benjamin Franklin made 8 voyages across the Atlantic Ocean and was the first to map the Gulf Stream.
  12. The postage stamp of The Statue of Liberty depicts not the real statue in New York, but the replica in Las Vegas.
  13. 67%
    of the world's population under 50 is infected with herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1).
  14. Human trafficking is the world's fastest growing criminal enterprise and is an estimated US$32 billion-a-year global industry.
  15. In the U.S., more than 1.2 million people have HIV.
  16. The U.S. uses less water now
    than it did in 1970.
  17. George Washington
    was
    a
    ginger.
  18. Bob Marley could have halted the spred of his cancer but refused to have his toe amputated for religious reasons.
  19. A second is called a second because it is the second division of the hour by 60, the first being a minute.
  20. During a revolt at the Auschwitz Concentration Camp, a member of the SS was stabbed, then burned alive in a crematorium oven.
  21. Only 5% of dogs experience dental decay, compared with 90% of children.
  22. Liechtenstein is roughly twice the size of Manhattan.
  23. 61%
    Of Americans pee in the shower.
  24. Dolphins and whales give birth
    with the tail first instead of the head.
  25. Josef Mengele's "scientific" experiments at Auschwitz often involved studies of twins. If one twin died, he would immediately kill the other and carry out comparative autopsies.
  26. There's a 9/11 Memorial in Israel constructed of steel from the remains of the WTC.
  27. Netflix stock has increased in value by 2,581% since 2005.
  28. Sean Connery wore a toupee in all of the James Bond movies because he started balding at age 21.
  29. Harry Potter was born in 1980, so he's over 35 by now.
  30. "Under Pressure" was written by David Bowie and Queen during a 24-hour wine and cocaine marathon.
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