1. A boulevard is a big, wide street with trees on both sides. A lane is a narrow, often rural road. A drive is long, winding, and scenic.
  2. Tiger cubs are vulnerable in their first few months, with mortality as high as 50%.
  3. Abraham Lincoln was the first U.S. President to be photographed at his inauguration.
  4. There are more than 5,000 people who are eligible to succeed the British throne.
  5. 1 in 3 Jews in the U.S. put up a Christmas tree in their home during the holiday season, a survey found.
  6. Pizza Hut uses more than 300 million pounds of cheese each year, which requires a herd of about 170,000 dairy cows.
  7. It's estimated that the Allied troops brought home 1.5 million cases of syphilis and gonorrhea from World War I.
  8. Gandhi married at age 13.
  9. Many species of penguins gift mates with rocks.
  10. Nicole Barr, a 12-year-old from Essex in England, scored a 162 on her Mensa IQ test in 2016. That's 2 points higher than Einstein and Stephen Hawking.
  11. In 2004, Los Angeles planted a pine tree in memory of Beatle, George Harrison. Ten years later, it died of a beetle infestation.
  12. The first plastic Christmas trees were produced by a toilet brush manufacturer. They used the same bristles, they just dyed them green.
  13. In Coober Pedy, Australia, over half of the population lives in caves carved underground to stay away from the heat.
  14. The highest-value notes issued by the Bank of England are Giants (£1 million) and Titans (£100 million).
  15. There is no such thing as a vegetarian snake. Snakes eat nothing except other animals.
  16. Lamas in ancient Tibet were boiled in butter before being embalmed.
  17. U.S. presidents earn less salary now than any time in American history, at just US$400k per year.
  18. All Las Vegas city facilities ―from government buildings to streetlights― run entirely on renewable energy.
  19. In Norway, no one can disguise their earnings, as every citizen's tax returns are made available for everyone else in the country to inspect.
  20. The average Briton has 174,000 sixth cousins, enough to fill Wembley stadium twice over.
  21. More people die in car crashes each year in the U.S. than in other high-income countries.
  22. The bigger an animal's brain, the longer it will yawn.
  23. Every week, London Underground escalators travel the equivalent of twice around the world.
  24. In Spain, Belgium, Portugal and France everyone is automatically an organ donor, unless they refuse beforehand.
  25. Nikola Tesla could not stand the sight of pearls, to the extent that he refused to speak to women wearing them.
  26. The Swiss Deaf Association chose "Donald Trump" as their 2016 sign of the year.
  27. Anti-venom for poisonous bites in U.S. hospitals can cost tens of thousands of dollars while the same drug in Mexico costs hundreds of dollars.
  28. Some of the gifts the U.S President has received from foreign countries over the years includes 300 pounds of raw lamb, a puppy, 2 pandas, and a copy of the Witcher 2.
  29. Amish religious customs forbid mustaches because of their association with the military.
  30. The co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous believed LSD could be used to cure alcoholics and claimed it cured his depression.
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