1. Young elephants, pandas, koalas, and hippos eat the feces of their mothers.
  2. 10%
    of the men in the U.S. are color-blind.
  3. The most profitable area of a store is the checkout line.
  4. Slow music in stores makes people take their time and spend more money.
  5. In Italy, there is a submerged bronze statue of Jesus Christ of 2.5 metres tall.
  6. Saddam Hussein used Whitney Houston's song "I will always love you" for his 2002 campaign.
  7. The Sims was originally designed as an architecture simulation alone.
  8. Woody Allen has written all of his screenplays using the same manual typewriter.
  9. In ancient Greece, throwing an apple at someone was done to declare one's love.
  10. In English-speaking countries, the most popular names for dogs are Max and Molly.
  11. Theodore Roosevelt had one blind eye.
  12. The first thermometer was filled with brandy rather than mercury.
  13. William Shakespeare was born and died on the same day.
  14. In 2011, Twitter users tweeted the equivalent of 8,163 copies of "War and Peace" every day.
  15. 99.9%
    of an atom is made of empty space.
  16. Prosopagnosia is a brain disorder characterized by the inability to recognize faces.
  17. Pregnant women have about 50% more blood by week 20 of pregnancy than they did before they conceived.
  18. The Catholic Church once put a dead Pope on trial.
  19. Only male turkeys make the sound that is referred to as a gobble.
  20. The letter J was one of the last letters added to the alphabet.
  21. Nigeria has
    more English speakers than the United Kingdom.
  22. Alaska was sold to the U.S. for about 2 cents per acre (4 m2).
  23. Night-running is a traditional activity held in Kenya in which people run naked at night.
  24. Pope Francis has lived more than 50 years with just one functioning lung.
  25. In Barbados, it is illegal for to wear camouflage clothing.
  26. Originally, Amazon.com was going to be named Relentless.com.
  27. The "French Kiss" entered to the French dictionary
    as the one-word verb "galocher".
  28. During the Middle Ages,
    words like
    "by God's bones"
    were the most offensive swears.
  29. McDonald's drive-thru staff won't serve people if they come on horseback.
  30. In French, a
    walkie-talkie is called talkie-walkie.
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