1. Male seahorses
    can get pregnant.
  2. 92% of all new sold cars in Brazil
    use ethanol as fuel, which is produced from sugar cane.
  3. Hippopotamus' milk is pink.
  4. McDonalds' Caesar salad is more fattening than their hamburger.
  5. Researchers found 1,458 new species of bacteria in belly buttons.
  6. U.S. Soldier John R. McKinney held off over 100 Japanese soldiers single-handedly in WW2.
  7. 1 Can of Soda a day increases your chances of getting type 2 diabetes by 22%.
  8. The first European who learned to smoke from the natives was arrested back home because people thought he was possessed by the devil.
  9. People are most creative at night and least creative in the afternoon, according to a study.
  10. An Indian man claims he hasn't eaten or drunk for 70 years. After many tests, doctors still don't know how it's possible.
  11. A person can spontaneously burst into flames.
  12. Scientists can
    grow teeth from urine.
  13. 40%
    of births in the U.S. come from unmarried women.
  14. Butterflies taste food with their feet.
  15. People can only remember 4 things at a time.
  16. Queen Elizabeth II served as a mechanic and driver in World War II.
  17. Greek philosopher Chrysippus is said to have died of laughter after getting his donkey drunk, trying to eat figs.
  18. It's scientifically proven that even a small dose of POWER changes how a person's brain operates and diminishes empathy.
  19. 98% of all adoptions in Japan are of male adults so that family businesses can remain within the family.
  20. The eldest children in families tend to develop higher IQs.
  21. Over 100,000 people have applied for a one-way trip to colonize Mars in 2022.
  22. If you keep a goldfish in a dark room, it will lose its color.
  23. Women spend nearly one year of their lives deciding what to wear.
  24. Facebook
    is primarily blue because
    Mark Zuckerberg suffers
    red-green color blindness.
  25. Sharks kill 12 people per year
    while people kill 11,417
    sharks per hour.
  26. The creator of the Pringles packaging had his ashes stored in a Pringles Can after he died.
  27. Before alarm clocks were invented, there were "knocker-ups" who went tapping on client's windows with long sticks until they were awake.
  28. Cheese is the most stolen food in the world.
  29. You are more likely to die from a falling coconut than from a shark attack.
  30. The current US flag was designed by a 17-year-old for a school project, he only received a B-.
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