1. The vehicle with the highest mileage covered a total of 2,850,000 miles (4,586,630 km).
  2. The inventor of the cruise control was blind.
  3. The Jerusalem syndrome is a group of psychological phenomena triggered by a visit to Jerusalem, Israel.
  4. The Beatles' album Abbey Road was originally going to be called Everest.
  5. 80%
    of the biomass of fish in the world's oceans has been lost in the past 100 years.
  6. Baby Chicks are smarter than Baby Humans .
  7. Cockroaches shed their skin.
  8. An alligator can go through 2,000 to 3,000 teeth in a lifetime.
  9. A group of goats
    is called a trip.
  10. An adult duck is called Drake.
  11. Cucumbers are fruits.
  12. Fanta originated in Germany as a result of difficulties importing Coca-Cola syrup into Nazi Germany during WW2.
  13. On the 28th of October in 2008, Volkswagen was the most valuable company for a day.
  14. In the 1940s,
    the Marshal of the URSS
    requested a white colored Coke
    so it would resemble vodka.
  15. Potatoes have more chromosomes than humans.
  16. Scorpions glow under the full moon light.
  17. Recycling one aluminum can saves enough energy to run a TV for 2 hours.
  18. The song Jingle Bells was originally written
    for Thanksgiving.
  19. 85%
    of the of the Chinese population share only 100 surnames.
  20. It takes 4-5 hours for your body to return to its normal temperature after doing exercise.
  21. Spiny lobsters migrate in large groups forming conga-like lines on the sea floor.
  22. There is a town in France called Condom.
  23. In the U.S. version of Monopoly, the properties are named after locations in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
  24. 1%
    of the world's population is ambidextrous.
  25. Goats have rectangular pupils.
  26. Lobsters are thought to be capable of living over 100 years.
  27. Beavers have orange teeth.
  28. The average child will eat 1,500 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches before graduating from high school.
  29. 90%
    of the world's fresh water is in Antarctica.
  30. The Empire State Building has
    73 elevators.
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