1. It takes 4-5 hours for your body to return to its normal temperature after doing exercise.
  2. Spiny lobsters migrate in large groups forming conga-like lines on the sea floor.
  3. There is a town in France called Condom.
  4. In the U.S. version of Monopoly, the properties are named after locations in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
  5. 1%
    of the world's population is ambidextrous.
  6. Goats have rectangular pupils.
  7. Lobsters are thought to be capable of living over 100 years.
  8. Beavers have orange teeth.
  9. The average child will eat 1,500 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches before graduating from high school.
  10. 90%
    of the world's fresh water is in Antarctica.
  11. The Empire State Building has
    73 elevators.
  12. In average a mature tree produces enough oxygen for two humans.
  13. Christopher Columbus brought the first lemon seeds to America.
  14. There are more saunas than cars in Finland.
  15. Dolphins have the longest memory in the animal kingdom.
  16. In 2004, J.K. Rowling was the first person to become a billionaire by writing books.
  17. Until the WW2, tea bricks were used as money in Siberia.
  18. In 1958, a rhinoceros was a candidate in the city council elections in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
  19. The best-selling beer in the world is a Chinese beer called "Snow".
  20. Starfish don't have brains. Special cells on their skin gather information about their surroundings.
  21. Crafting eases stress and increases happiness.
  22. JFK's application to Harvard was just 5 sentences long.
  23. President Richard Nixon proposed to his wife on their first date.
  24. Your weight on the moon is 16.5% of your weight on earth.
  25. The Vatican has its own soccer team.
  26. In 1940, the URSS imposed a tax on childlessness to people without kids.
  27. Oreos are more addictive than Cocaine and Heroin.
  28. A single cigarette contains about 4,000 chemicals.
  29. If you drink one Coca-Cola beverage per day, it would take you over
    9 years to try them all.
  30. There is a language called Toki Pona that has only 120 root words.
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