1. In the Chinese city of Chongqing, Smartphone addicts have their own sidewalk lane.
  2. Hitler planned to collect thousands of Jewish artifacts to build a "Museum of An Extinct Race" after the war.
  3. Ancient Egyptians shaved off their eyebrows to mourn the death of their cats.
  4. Bibliomancy is the practice by some people of opening the Bible at random to be guided by whatever verse they see first.
  5. Antarctica has only one ATM.
  6. A group of crows is called a "murder".
  7. Female mackerels lay 300,000 to 1,500,000 eggs at one time.
  8. Chameleons can move their eyes in two directions at the same time.
  9. Bats are the only mammals naturally capable of flying.
  10. Justin Timberlake's half-eaten piece of french toast sold for US$1,025 on eBay.
  11. 51% Of People Think Stormy Weather Affects Cloud Computing.
  12. Before acting, Tom Cruise wanted to be a Catholic Priest.
  13. Two-thirds of people tilt their head to the right when they kiss.
  14. Pepsi was named after the digestive enzyme pepsin.
  15. It's a myth that you only use 10% of your brain. Most of your brain is active almost all of the time.
  16. Michael J. Fox's middle name is Andrew.
  17. Prediabetes increases cancer risk by 15%.
  18. Visible light is less than one ten-billionth of the electromagnetic spectrum.
  19. George Clooney uses the money made with his Nespresso commercials to keep a satellite spying on Sudan's dictator.
  20. A large number of Muslims sacrificed themselves to save Jews and fight Nazis in World War II.
  21. Barbie's boyfriend Ken's last name is Carson.
  22. We ingest around 2 pounds of flies, maggots, and other bugs each year without knowing it.
  23. Going to church is good for you: Services lowers your blood pressure, a study found.
  24. On Super Bowl weekend, Americans eat 1.25 billion chicken wings.
  25. Lady Gaga used to be a stripper.
  26. Mosquito repellents don't actually repel. The spray blocks the mosquito's sensors so they don't know you're there.
  27. The female lion (lioness) does 90% of the hunting.
  28. 842 people live in Vatican City, making it the least populated independent state in the world.
  29. Greek women obtained the right to vote and stand as candidates only in 1952.
  30. Turtles ‘talk' to each other underwater with low-pitched calls.
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