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In a lifetime, an average driver will release approximately 912 pints of wind inside a car

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In a lifetime, an average driver will release approximately 912 pints of wind inside a car


The MGM lion, whose name was Leo, lived in Memphis until his death

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The MGM lion, whose name was Leo, lived in Memphis until his death


The word witch comes from the word

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The word witch comes from the word "wicca" which translates to the "wise one."


If an identical twin grows up without having a certain tooth, the other twin will most likely also grow up with that tooth missing

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If an identical twin grows up without having a certain tooth, the other twin will most likely also grow up with that tooth missing


In the year 2025, the number of Americans over 65 will outnumber teenagers by more than two to one.  [Source: World Health Network]

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In the year 2025, the number of Americans over 65 will outnumber teenagers by more than two to one. [Source: World Health Network]


The name of the squiggly line

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The name of the squiggly line "~" is called a tilde


98% of brown bears in the United States are in Alaska

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98% of brown bears in the United States are in Alaska


From all the oxygen that a human breathes, twenty percent goes to the brain

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From all the oxygen that a human breathes, twenty percent goes to the brain


Ever year, Americans spend close to $25 billion on beer

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Ever year, Americans spend close to $25 billion on beer


Rats are cautious, and if their food is in an exposed area where it cannot be consumed quickly, they usually carry or drag it to a hiding place.

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Rats are cautious, and if their food is in an exposed area where it cannot be consumed quickly, they usually carry or drag it to a hiding place.


Niagara Falls actually stopped flowing back in 1848 for about 20 hours because there was ice that was blocking the Niagara River

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Niagara Falls actually stopped flowing back in 1848 for about 20 hours because there was ice that was blocking the Niagara River


A caterpillar grows roughly 27,000 times its size when it first emerges as an egg

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A caterpillar grows roughly 27,000 times its size when it first emerges as an egg


It takes approximately 190,400 pounds of milk to make 40,000 pounds of butter.[Source: Chicago Mercantile Exchange]

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It takes approximately 190,400 pounds of milk to make 40,000 pounds of butter.[Source: Chicago Mercantile Exchange]


An earthquake on Dec. 16, 1811 caused parts of the Mississippi River to flow backwards

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An earthquake on Dec. 16, 1811 caused parts of the Mississippi River to flow backwards


According to a 1990 harvard survey, 60% of people in the us believe that their health-care system needs fundamental change compared to 38% of canadians.  [Source: World Health Network]

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According to a 1990 harvard survey, 60% of people in the us believe that their health-care system needs fundamental change compared to 38% of canadians. [Source: World Health Network]


Over 360 chemical compounds have been identified in the great lakes.  Many are persistent toxic chemicals.  Various species of fish now suffer from various tumours and lesions, and their reproductive capacities are decreasing.

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Over 360 chemical compounds have been identified in the great lakes. Many are persistent toxic chemicals. Various species of fish now suffer from various tumours and lesions, and their reproductive capacities are decreasing.


Wood frogs can be frozen solid and then thawed, and continue living. They use the glucose in their body to protect their vital organs while they are in a frozen state

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Wood frogs can be frozen solid and then thawed, and continue living. They use the glucose in their body to protect their vital organs while they are in a frozen state


In an year, an average American kid eats 46 slices of pizza

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In an year, an average American kid eats 46 slices of pizza


Ideally, a wine should be stored on its side at a temperature of 55 degrees, but most wines will keep perfectly well at up to 70 degrees (a cellar or interior closet works well). A wine's worst enemies are heat and fluctuations in temperature.

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Ideally, a wine should be stored on its side at a temperature of 55 degrees, but most wines will keep perfectly well at up to 70 degrees (a cellar or interior closet works well). A wine's worst enemies are heat and fluctuations in temperature.


Donkeys kill more people annually than plane crashes

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Donkeys kill more people annually than plane crashes


Christmas Lights - long before the first Christmas, it was customary in northern Europe to light a candle at the winter solstice in celebration of the rebirth of light. Homage was paid to t he sun god, Mithras, and the sun was encouraged to reappear in the new year. The Christian Church adopted the custom and, throughout the Middle Ages, a large candle was lit at Christmas time. The light from the candle symbolised the Star of Bethlehem and, as Christ was the 'Light of the World', the candle flame represented his influence. This single candle was replaced by several over time - as many as four hundred on an 18th-century German fir tree - and for health and safety reasons they were rep laced by electric replicas in 1882. Christmas lights in Regent Street, London, are traditionally switched on in mid-November each year by a celebrity.

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Christmas Lights - long before the first Christmas, it was customary in northern Europe to light a candle at the winter solstice in celebration of the rebirth of light. Homage was paid to t he sun god, Mithras, and the sun was encouraged to reappear in the new year. The Christian Church adopted the custom and, throughout the Middle Ages, a large candle was lit at Christmas time. The light from the candle symbolised the Star of Bethlehem and, as Christ was the 'Light of the World', the candle flame represented his influence. This single candle was replaced by several over time - as many as four hundred on an 18th-century German fir tree - and for health and safety reasons they were rep laced by electric replicas in 1882. Christmas lights in Regent Street, London, are traditionally switched on in mid-November each year by a celebrity.


Teenage cosmetic surgeries nearly doubled in the USA between 1996 and 1998

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Teenage cosmetic surgeries nearly doubled in the USA between 1996 and 1998


An individual coral animal is called a polyp

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An individual coral animal is called a polyp




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"A pound of termites has more nutrients than a pound of beef or pork," says Frank French of Georgia Southern University. He teaches his students that there are more food sources around them than they think. Students are urged to create new recipes using foods such as wild plants, but more points are given if the students use bugs. The catch: students have to eat their creations as part of their assignment. French doesn't shirk his responsibilities: he eats them too. He notes that roast crickets, for instance, "taste like a fat-laden hors d'oeuvre." However, "the legs aren't very palatable, and the heads are quite objectionable." (AP) ...Mostly, the students learn that the "mystery meat" in the cafeteria may not be so bad after all.


There are more than 50 different types of pumpkins. Some of them have names such as Munchkin, Funny Face, and Spooktacular

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There are more than 50 different types of pumpkins. Some of them have names such as Munchkin, Funny Face, and Spooktacular


If you have three quarters, four dimes, and four pennies, you have $1.19. You also have the largest amount of money in coins without being able to make change for a dollar.

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If you have three quarters, four dimes, and four pennies, you have $1.19. You also have the largest amount of money in coins without being able to make change for a dollar.


The first lighthouse was in Alexandria in 290 B.C

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The first lighthouse was in Alexandria in 290 B.C


The 1912 Olympics was the last Olympics that gave out gold medals that were made entirely out of gold

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The 1912 Olympics was the last Olympics that gave out gold medals that were made entirely out of gold


Every person has a unique tongue print

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Every person has a unique tongue print


The Canadian holiday Boxing Day got its name from the custom of giving. Servants were given boxes which had money hidden inside them from their employers. The servants would have to break the box into pieces to get the money

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The Canadian holiday Boxing Day got its name from the custom of giving. Servants were given boxes which had money hidden inside them from their employers. The servants would have to break the box into pieces to get the money