1. 41% of children in Africa aged 5 to 14 are involved in child labour.
  2. A jelly's mouth also serves as its anus.
  3. One-third of people surveyed admitted to having done things just to talk about them on Facebook.
  4. Apple's iPhone consumes US$0.25 worth of electricity per year if it's fully charged once a day.
  5. In the 16th century, a London law forbade wife beating after 9:00 P.M., but only because the noise disturbed people's sleep.
  6. In Manhattan, the apartment that's the furthest away from a subway station is just 0.8 miles (1.2 km) away.
  7. U.S. eggs are illegal in Britain because they are washed. British eggs are illegal in the U.S. because they are not.
  8. The U.S. Civil War had a Balloon Corps established by Abraham Lincoln.
  9. The porcupine has natural antibiotics in its skin to protect it from infections.
  10. All pandas in the world are on loan from China.
  11. In order for a new wolf cub to urinate, its mother has to massage its belly with her warm tongue.
  12. The space between your eyebrows is called the "glabella."
  13. Bob Marley never won a Grammy while alive. His children collectively won 13.
  14. Every drop of blood inside of you is filtered by your body over 300 times a day.
  15. Newborn babies can only see in black and white for a few months.
  16. 2.6 million Kenyans practice
    the "sport" of naked night-running.
  17. Brass door knobs automatically disinfect themselves after 8 hours.
  18. A man walks about 7% slower when with wives or girlfriends, and speeds up when with other men.
  19. Graca Machel is the only woman to have been first lady of two separate countries: Mozambique and South Africa.
  20. If you could fold a piece of paper 50 times, its thickness would exceed the distance from here to the Sun.
  21. Every time a woodpecker's beak hits a tree, its head is subject to 1,000 times the force of gravity.
  22. 20,000 children die worldwide every day due to poverty.
  23. Google hired a camel to create the Street View of a desert.
  24. Internet spammers cost society US$20 billion per year, yet only make US$200 million in revenue.
  25. Nazi Joseph Goebbels' wife's descendants are Germany's richest family nowadays.
  26. McDonald's Big Mac is used as an economic index to compare purchasing power between currencies and countries.
  27. China Overtook The U.S. As The World's Largest Economy in 2014.
  28. Less than 1% of what the world spends on weapons was needed to put every child on earth into school by the year 2000.
  29. Medicinal Marijuana is Considered Kosher in Some Cases by Judaism.
  30. 1 in 5,000 babies is born without an anus opening.
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