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The mortality rate of a Black Mamba snake bite is almost 100%.

There are more psychoanalysts per capita in Buenos Aires than any other place in the world.

Mars is about half the size of the Earth.


Girl Alone Is Cornered By 2 Men Panic Creeps In Until She Sees Fear In Their Eyes & Turns Around

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Finland is part of Fennoscandia not Scandinavia.

The moon is moving away from us by 3.78 cm (1.48 in) a year.

Memories take hold better during sleep.

60% of people needing mental health services in the U.S. don't get it often because of the stigma of seeking help.

47%of Americans say they cannot cover a US$400 emergency expense without borrowing money or selling something.

When Fidel Castro seized power in Cuba he immediately ordered all game sets of Monopoly to be destroyed.

Suriphobia is the fear of mice.

Austrian physicist Friedrich Hasenohrl published the basic equation E = mc2 a year before Einstein did.

Ever wonder where the phrase two bits came from? Some coins used in the American colonies before the Revolutionary War were Spanish dollars which could be cut into pieces or bits. Since two pieces equaled one-fourth dollar the expression two bits came into being as a name for 25 cents.

The average high school kid today has the same level of anxiety as the average psychiatric patient in the early 1950's.

Your left lung is smaller than your right lung to make room for your heart.

An estimated 80% of animals on Earth have six legs.

An average swimming pool loses 1 000 gallons (3 785 L) a month to evaporation and other causes.

February 1865 is the only month in recorded history not have a full moon.

In Finland slot machines are monopolized by a non-profit company that gives all its earnings to charity.

The most expensive First Class suites in the Titanic were to have cost up to £870 (£75 156 today).

A sample of Sir Isaac Newton's apple tree was sent into space to 'defy gravity.'

All US$ coins and bills in circulation today are worth US$1.2 trillion.

The worlds oldest piece of chewing gum is 9000 years old!

Two zebras died of hunger in a zoo in Palestine and were replaced with donkeys painted with black and white stripes.

Nearly three percent of the ice in Antarctic glaciers is penguin urine.

The present population of 5 billion plus people of the world is predicted to become 15 billion by 2080.


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Tigers can see 6 times better at night than humans.

Women speak about 20 000 words a day. That's 13 000 more than the average man.

Americans spend 5 cents per day by flushing their toilets.

TV show "16 and pregnant" and spin-offs may have prevented about 20 000 teen pregnancies in 2010 a study says.

In space you cannot cry because there is no gravity to make the tears flow.

Four of Freud's sisters died during the Holocaust in Nazi concentration camps.

Rats multiply so quickly that in 18 months two rats could have over a million descendants.

75 trillion cells receive blood from the heart. Only the corneas don't.

The name Jeep came from the abbreviation used in the army for the “General Purpose” vehicle G.P.

Anne Frank wrote most of her diary in the form of letters to a person named "Kitty."

If everyone lived as densely as the do in Manhattan the human race could fit in New Zealand.

The number of H2O molecules in 10 drops of water are equal to the number of all the stars in the universe.

Coconuts kill about 150 people each year. That’s more than sharks.

The summer in Uranus is 42 years long.

Indian housewives hold 11% of the World's Gold. That is more than the reserves of the U.S. IMF Switzerland and Germany put together.


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