1. In older versions of Little Red Riding Hood, the girl and the wolf eat grandma together.
  2. Africa is home to the world's largest living land animal, the African elephant, and the tallest, the Giraffe.
  3. The longest Tennis match lasted
    11 hours, 5 minutes.
  4. Lions copulate up to 40 times a day, often forgoing eating.
  5. You can't block Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook.
  6. There are
    100 million bubbles in every bottle of Champagne.
  7. The human body produces about a litre (0.26 gal) of mucus per day.
  8. The strongest beer in the world has a 67.5% alcohol content.
  9. Wolves eat dogs, even when they are closely related.
  10. A woman named Erika La Tour Eiffel "married" the Eiffel Tower in 2007.
  11. Albert Einstein's eyes remain in a safe box in NYC.
  12. People born between 1996 and 1999 have lived in 3 decades, 2 centuries, and 2 millenniums and they are not even 18 yet.
  13. Chocolate has an anti-bacterial effect on the mouth and protects against tooth decay.
  14. Every second, $3,075 is being spent on porn.
  15. A clean mouth has between
    1,000 and 100,000 bacteria on each tooth.
  16. 1 in 3 people feels more dissatisfied with their lives after visiting Facebook, according to a study.
  17. Alcohol is not digested; it gets absorbed directly into the bloodstream.
  18. Canada consumes more macaroni and cheese than any other nation in the world.
  19. Whisky is a Gaelic word that means "water of life".
  20. Police officers in one state in India are given a slight pay upgrade for having a moustache.
  21. The average American spends
    9 years watching TV.
  22. Researchers have successfully used the game TETRIS to treat "lazy eye" in adults.
  23. A group of owls is called a Parliament.
  24. First marriages that end in a divorce usually last approximately 8 years.
  25. The locations of the world's tallest and oldest trees are kept top secret to avoid tourist crowds damaging them.
  26. There are over 10,000 living species of birds in the world.
  27. "LOL" was formally recognized in 2011's update of the Oxford English Dictionary.
  28. Slugs eat twice their body weight every day.
  29. Foxes are domesticated like dogs by Russian scientists since 1959.
  30. Yoda, from Star Wars, was modeled after the appearance of Albert Einstein.
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