During WW1 a lone Portuguese soldier convinced the Germans that they were fighting against an entire unit.
Cats recognize owners' voices but seem too cool to care according to a study.
C.S. Lewis Aldous Huxley and John F. Kennedy died on the same day.
"101 Dalmatians" was based on a book that had a sequel called "The Starlight Barking" in which dogs could fly and meet an alien dog.
40% of Americans think that humans and dinosaurs lived at the same time.
Flamingos are pink because they eat shrimp.
Zebras are responsible for more injuries to U.S. zookeepers than any other animal.
Bob Marley was buried with his red Gibson guitar a Bible open to Psalms 23 and a bud of marijuana.
"He kept us out of war" was Woodrow Wilson' slogan for the 1916 election. About a month after he took office the U.S. declared war on Germany.
The flag erected on the Moon during the historic Apollo 11 landing was purchased at a local Sears store for US$5.50.
The cities of Aachen Regensburg Frankfurt-am-Main Nuremberg Weimar Bonn and Berlin have all been capitals of Germany.
Lobster was fed to slaves because it was considered a mark of poverty prior to the 20th century.
It's not illegal to go topless in NYC.
Debra Winger was the voice of E.T.
The only domestic animal not mentioned in the Bible is the cat.
The number of H2O molecules in 10 drops of water are equal to the number of all the stars in the universe.
George Washington is the only U.S. president to have received 100% of the electoral votes.
A group of pandas is called an "embarrassment."
GPS is owned and controlled by the U.S. Government. It can be 'switched off' at any time.
There's a beer brewed from bananas in Africa.
Some parts of Antarctica have had no rain or snow for the last 2 million years.
Mexican free-tailed bats sometimes fly up to two miles high to feed or to catch tail-winds that carry them over long distances at speeds of more than 60 miles per hour.
China has the most goats in the world, they have over 170 Million.
If you search for "atari breakout" in Google Images you can play the game.
The highest place on Earth and closest to space is Mount Chimborazo in the Andes.
President John F Kennedy could read 4 newspapers in 20 minutes.
People who work 11 hours or more a day are 67% more likely to have a heart attack than those with an 8-hour work day according to a study.
Marco Hort has the world record for fitting 264 straws in his mouth at once!
Brazilian athletes funded their trip to the 1932 Olympics by selling coffee along the way.
A 62-foot Jesus statue built by a megachurch was destroyed by a lightning strike and subsequent fire.
9 million combatants and 7 million civilians died as a result of WW1.
Until 1994 world maps and globes sold in Albania only had Albania on them.
Polar bears are the world’s largest land predators.
All the departure boards at NYC's Grand Central are exactly one minute wrong.
There are more tigers privately owned by U.S. citizens than in the wild worldwide.
The average high school kid today has the same level of anxiety as the average psychiatric patient in the early 1950's.
Two actors have died playing Judas in live Biblical productions by accidentally hanging themselves for real during his death scene.
The dark side of the Moon is actually turquoise.
There will be a 50% increase in lightning strikes by 2100 if global warming continues according to a scientific report.
The world's oldest university in continuous operation is the University of Bologna in Italy founded in 1088.
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