1. A species of stingray from the Amazon River is the only non-mammal to be observed chewing their food.
  2. Ping-pong balls have been made larger to make the sport better for television.
  3. People love Pandas because it reminds them of babies, some scientists say.
  4. The Chicago Cubs victory parade of 2016 was the seventh largest gathering in human history.
  5. The allies considered dropping glue to stick Nazi troops to the ground.
  6. 'Flabbergasted' was first recorded in a 1772 list of new words alongside 'bored'.
  7. The last war chief of the Crow Tribe captured 50 horses from the Germans in World War II.
  8. 2-1-1 is a U.S. 24/7 hotline run by the United Way that assists people in need by connecting them with assistance programs that may help them.
  9. An albatross can fly over 600 miles without flapping it's wings.
  10. About 25% of people in the U.S. with college degrees don't have a job and aren't even looking.
  11. According to a 2002 study in the U.S., about 45% of homeless adults had worked in the past 30 days.
  12. Disney makes twice as much money from their theme parks than what they make from their actual movies.
  13. The world's tallest church, Ulm Minster in Germany, is being eroded away because men keep peeing on it.
  14. Scientists have nicknamed a caterpillar the ‘Trumpapillar'. Its venomous barbed hairs cause irritation and pain.
  15. Americans are as likely to believe in Bigfoot as the Big Bang Theory.
  16. The study of deliberate propagation of ignorance is called agnotology.
  17. Donald Trump spent about half of what Clinton did on his way to the presidency during the 2016 election.
  18. Less than 5% of the artists in the Modern Art Sections of NYC's Metropolitan Museum are women, but 85% of the nudes are female.
  19. McNuggets come in four official shapes: bell, bone, boot and ball.
  20. Arizona doesn't observe Daylight Saving Time, but residents of its Navajo nation do. However, inside of it there's another reservation that does not.
  21. Canada's immigration website crashed on U.S. election night of 2016.
  22. In France, Germany, Austria, Spain and the Netherlands they serve beer in McDonald's.
  23. A ‘batman' was a unit of weight in the Ottoman Empire.
  24. The standard service of a Bugatti Veyron would cost you US$21,000.
  25. A trained person can walk across hot coals because coal is a poor conductor of heat. It takes time for heat to transfer from coal to skin.
  26. More people work for Walmart than live in Slovenia.
  27. After an Islamic cleric blamed women who dress provocatively for earthquakes in 2010, 100,000 women joined for a "Boobquake" to test the theory. Nothing happened.
  28. Google has a comprehensive timeline of everything you do with their products, called "My Activity", including websites you visited with Chrome, YouTube Videos, Music and apps you use on your Android.
  29. White tigers carry a gene that is only present in around 1 in every 10,000 tigers.
  30. American commuters collectively waste 5.5 billion hours per year in traffic, releasing into the atmosphere an unnecessary 56 billion pounds of CO2.
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