1. Capuchin monkeys show biases against humans who deny help to others.
  2. "Aunt" is the most popular pornographic search term in Syria.
  3. The tallest man living is Sultan Kosen from Turkey, measuring 2.51 m or 8 ft 3 in.
  4. There are about 500,000 detectable earthquakes in the world each year. 100,000 of those can be felt, and 100 of them cause damage.
  5. There are between 75 and 100 million AK-47 rifles worldwide, 1 for every 60 people on earth.
  6. Hitler never learned to drive. Yet, he spearheaded the development of the Volkswagen car.
  7. The day
    after tomorrow
    is called
  8. Wasabi was originally used to kill bacteria.
  9. Berlin is 9 times bigger than Paris and has more bridges than Venice.
  10. About a quarter of the world's hazelnuts, 100,000 tons a year, are used to make Nutella.
  11. India has the largest slave population in the modern world with over 14 million slaves.
  12. Bruce Lee could perform push ups using only his thumbs.
  13. Panda researchers have to wear panda costumes to work with cubs.
  14. The dinosaur noises in the "Jurassic Park" movie were made from recordings of tortoise sex.
  15. 18%
    of the U.S. population has six or more tattoos.
  16. In 1913, Hitler, Stalin, Trotsky, Tito and Freud all lived within a few miles of each other in Vienna, with some of them being regulars at the same coffeehouses.
  17. In 1964, the FBI mailed Martin Luther King, Jr. a letter accusing him of extramarital affairs and suggesting he should commit suicide.
  18. Sex toys
    in India.
  19. U.S. President Ulysses S. Grant's parents refused to attend his wedding because his fiance's family owned slaves.
  20. In 2005, MySpace was in talks to buy Facebook, but rejected Mark Zuckerberg's asking price of US$75 million as too expensive.
  21. Doctors grow skin for burn victims using foreskins of circumcised infants.
  22. Pamela Anderson married Tommy Lee, drummer of Motley Crue, after knowing him for 96 hours.
  23. In 2012, a Somali Islamist militant group offered a bounty of 10 camels for President Obama and 2 for information on Hillary Clinton.
  24. Wal-mart parking lots alone take up roughly the size of Tampa, Florida.
  25. Mars is populated entirely by robots. Seven to be precise.
  26. World illiteracy has halved since 1970.
  27. Between 100 and 300 tons of cosmic dust enter the Earth's atmosphere every day.
  28. The ice sheet of Antarctica has been in existence for at least 40 million years.
  29. "Hahaha" in Thai language means 555.
  30. One giant panda usually needs between 2.5 to 4 square miles (10 million m2) of land to survive.
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