32 RARE HISTORICAL PHOTOS THAT’LL BLOW YOUR MIND #Especially That Road In Atlanta

The postage stamp of The Statue of Liberty depicts not the real statue in New York but the replica in Las Vegas.

The Pokémon Hitmonlee and Hitmonchan are based off of Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan.

A dog's sense of smell is 10 000 times stronger than humans.


32 RARE HISTORICAL PHOTOS THAT'LL BLOW YOUR MIND #Especially That Road In Atlanta

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The World's First Paper Money was created in China 1 400 years ago.

1.1 million people died during the four and a half years of Auschwitz's existence.

During WW2 India produced the largest volunteer Army in world history: over 2.5 million men. At least 38 Indians received the Victoria Cross or the George Cross.

When young abalones feed on red seaweed their shells turn red.

Sex burns 360 calories per hour.

A baby goat is called a “kid”.

Butterflies have their skeletons on the outside of their bodies, this is known as the exoskeleton.

The toothbrush was invented in China in 1498.

The Catholic Church considers the Theory of Evolution to be "virtually certain" and believes that intelligent design "isn't science even though it pretends to be."

When you tie a noose the rope is wrapped twelve times around because it’s the same length as a persons head.

Most brands of lipstick contain fish scales.

Cost of raising a medium-sized dog to the age of 11: £4000

Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogery- chwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch is the official name of a village in Wales.

An eerie prophecy attributed to Nostradamus regarding the 9/11 attacks was in fact fabricated by a college student in 1997 to show how easily such prophecies can be misused.

Alcohol doesn't make you forget anything. When you get blackout drunk the brain temporarily loses the ability to create memories.

In Milan Italy it's a legal requirement to smile at all times except during funerals or hospital visits.

Dumbledore isn’t only the Headmaster of Hogwarts; in fact a dumbledore is an old English term for a type of bee.

Google is offering US$20 million to any private team that can land on the moon by New Year's Eve of 2016.

A starving mouse will eat its own tail.

Because of heavy traffic congestion Julius Caesar banned all wheeled vehicles from Rome during daylight hours.

India is the world's largest democracy with 1.2 billion people.

Ostriches can run faster than horses, and the males can roar like lions.


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When you sneeze all your bodily functions stop even your heart.

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The Queen Mary of Scotland became queen when she was only six days old.

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