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1. The only nation whose name begins with an A, but doesn’t end in an A is Afghanistan.
2. Gold is the only metal that doesn’t rust, even if it is buried in the ground for thousands of year.
3. Official studies have found that right handed people tend to scratch with their left hand and visa-versa.
4. The oldest dog died at the age of 29.
5. A group of unicorns is called a blessing.
6. Humans are born with 300 bones in their body, however when a person reaches adulthood they only have 206 bones. This occurs because many of them join together to make a single bone.
7. Sailors once thought that wearing a gold earring would improve their eyesight.
8. The world’s smallest frog. The Little Grass Frog is no bigger than a house fly.
9. According to a study, those who don’t eat breakfast have a 21 percent higher risk of developing diabetes than those who do.
10. During a typical human life span, the human heart will beat approximately 2.5 billion times.
11. The slowest growing finger nail is on the thumb nail and the fastest growing is the finger nail on the middle finger.
12. By donating just one pint of blood, four lives can be saved.
13. Girls have more tastebud than boys.
14. The Dutch people are known to be the tallest people in Europe.
15. Frogs cannot vomit. If one absolutely has to, then it will vomit its entire stomach.
16. According to a study, kids tend to like the music that their parents enjoyed when they were teenagers.
17. Android users are reporting a 20% boost in battery life after deleting the Facebook app off their phones.
18. A bottle of hand sanitizer contains as much as five shots of alcohol.
19. The average ear grows 0.01 inches in length every year.
20. Benjamin Franklin attempted to abolish slavery already in 1790.
21. The banana tree cannot reproduce itself. It can be propagated only by the hand of man.
22. A newborn baby sees the world upside down because it takes some time for the baby’s brain to learn to turn the image right side up.
23. A thick glass is more likely to crack if hot water is poured onto it than a thin one.
24. German tank drivers thought it was good luck to drive over poop, When the British found out, they made poop disguised bombs.
25. Some museums put marbles between a painting and the wall, so if the artwork is moved, the marbles hitting the floor will alert security.
26. If the world consisted of 100 people, 31 would be Christians, 23 would be Muslims, 15 would be Hindus, and 7 would be Buddhists.
27. You burn more calories sleeping than you do watching television.
28. Eight of the ten largest statues in the world are Buddhas.
29. The word gorilla is derived from a Greek word meaning, A tribe of hairy women.
30. Human thigh bones are stronger than concrete.
31. Butterflies taste their food with their feet.
32. Chewing gum while you cut an onion will help keep you from crying.
33. A crocodile can’t poke its tongue out.
34. Prisoners in Canadian war camps during WWII were treated so well, that a lot of them didn’t want to leave when the war was over.
35. If the Earth stopped spinning, all of the ocean’s water would migrate to the South and North Poles, submerging everything that isn’t near the Equator.
36. Saturn’s density is low enough that the planet would float in water.
37. The letter E is the most commonly typed letter on a keyboard.
38. Nearly one in five firearms on Earth is an AK-47.
39. The most effective way to win an argument is by asking questions. It can make people see the flaws in their logic.
40. Your brain makes imaginary monsters when you stare into a mirror, especially in the dark.
41. More intelligent people tend to think faster, and as a result their handwriting is more sloppy.
42. Researchers have found that the shock of cold shower water can increase your metabolic rate, reducing feelings of fatigue.
43. 1% of the world’s water is drinkable.
44. Oxford University is older than the Aztec civilization.
45. A lack of exercise is now causing as many deaths as smoking across the world.
46. Bikinis and tampons were both invented by men.
47. People who sleep more are more attractive than people who are sleep deprived.
48. Coca-Cola would be green if coloring wasn’t added to it.
49. A sneeze travels about 100 miles per hour.
50. It is physically impossible for pigs to look up into the sky.
51. No piece of square paper can be folded more than 7 times in half.
52. Lifi is hundred times faster than Wi-Fi and uses light instead of radio frequencies.
53. King Henry VIII slept with a gigantic axe beside him.
54. Swords used in Game of Thrones are made in India.
55. The small pocket inside the front hip pocket of the jeans was supposed to keep pocket watches.
56. Fidel Castro has slept with over 35,000 women.
57. It is considered an insult to TIP in Iceland.
58. Jk Rowling was the first person to become a billionaire from writing books.
59. Pears will ripen faster if placed next to bananas in a fruit bowl.
60. If a female ferret does not have sex for a year, she will die.
61. Almost is the longest word in English with all the letters in alphabetical order.
62. There is enough sperm in one single man to impregnate every woman on earth.
63. At any one time about 0.7% of the world’s population is drunk.
64. It is estimated that millions of trees are planted by forgetful squirrels that buried their nuts.
65. The strongest beer in the world has a 67.5% alcohol content.
66. Oymyakon, Russia is the most coldest inhabited place on the earth.
67. The piano is only a few decades older than the U.S.A.
68. copper is also the only metal that is naturally antibacterial.
69. There aren’t any countries in the world that begin with the letter X.
70. Pablo Escobar cheated at Monopoly games with his kids, hiding extra money ahead of time where he planned to sit.
71. Your brain is about 75-80% water.
72. It is impossible to sneeze with your eyes open.
73. Each day 400 gallons of recycled blood are pumped through the kidneys.
74. In a lifetime, an average man will shave 20,000 times.
75. A person who smokes a pack of cigarettes a day will on average lose two teeth every ten years.
76. If you attempted to count to stars in our galaxy at a rate of one every second it would take around 3,000 years to count them all.
77. The largest pumpkin weighed 172 Kg.
78. Einstein didn’t get along with his oldest son.
79. 20% of the world population has cheek-dimples.
80. Frogs cannot swallow with their eyes open.
81. There are 403 steps from the foundation to the top of the torch in the Statue of Liberty.
82. OMG is acronym for an actual medical condition Oversized Male Genitalia. People who are born with huge penis.
83. Only two Coca-Cola executives know the beverage’s secret formula.
84. Wearing sunglasses increases the risk of getting sunburned.
85. Tom and Jerry were originally named Jasper and Jinx.
86. Babies who are not crawling by the time they reach nine months are more likely to suffer from learning and behavioural problems.
87. The Chinese actually invented the first sunglasses for judges. The dark lenses were designed to hide the judge’s emotions during courtroom proceedings.
88. When Ronald Reagan was president, he ordered 720 bags of jelly beans a month and dispensed them throughout the White House and Capitol Hill.
89. According to a survey women prefer blue bedrooms more than other colors. Men are happier with white bedrooms.
90. While performing his onscreen stunts Jackie Chan has broken his nose three times, his ankle once, most of his fingers, both cheek bones and has had numerous skull fractures.
91. Two brothers sold a fake Francisco de Goya painting for €1.5 million, only to find out that they had been paid with counterfeit banknotes.
92. Children who learn two languages before the age of five have a different brain structure than children who learn only one language.
93. An occasional nod during an interview is okay, but anything more gives the impression that you’re an approval seeker and a yes man.
94. A banana milkshake sweetened with honey is one of the best ways to cure a hangover. The banana helps calm the stomach and the honey builds up the depleted blood sugar levels
95. Your big toe only has 2 bones. The rest of your toes have 3.
96. If you put headphones into your nostrils and open your mouth, it forms instant speakers.
97. A male elephant can use his penis as the fifth leg to support his body weight.
98. It’s impossible to HMM while you hold your breath.
99. Dolphins have bromances in which two males may pair up for as long as 15 years and help each other hook up with females.
100. Domestic horses can tell when humans are sad from their facial expressions.
101. The world’s most expensive perfume is clive christian no 1 passant guardant. It costs $143,000 for 30ml and comes in a flask studded with 2,000 diamond.
102. The most popular colour in the world is blue followed by red and green.
103. Istanbul, Turkey, is the only city in the world that sits on two continents.
104. The Nile Crocodile can hold its breath underwater for up to two hours while waiting for prey.
105. The most popular food in Japan is Sushi/Sashimi
106. The human brain remember more negative memories than positive ones. This is due to the negative bias the brain sets up as a defense mechanism.
107. Blind people dream and their dreams are intense and interesting
108. During World War II, Americans tried to train bats to drop bombs.
109. Nearly 1/3rd of the world’s billionaires didn’t graduate college.
110. Dogs use 19 signals to communicate with humans.
111. A person’s ability to smell is better at night than mornings.
112. A newborn baby has about one cup of blood in his body.
113. Being blindfolded for 12 hours or more can trigger vivid visual hallucinations.
114. Your nipples are as unique as your fingerprints.
115. The world’s biggest family lives in India. One man 39 wives and 94 children.
116. The national flags of Poland, Indonesia, Monaco and Singapore are similar.
117. The first 1GB hard disk drive was announced in 1980 which weighed about 550 pounds, and had a price tag of $40,000
118. The longest time between two twins being born is 87 days. The first twin was born three months premature. Better late than never.
119. If women explain why they’re angry, people tend to judge them more fairly. If men explain why they’re angry, they’re seen as weak, according to a study.
120. If you stood on the surface of Mars with no spacesuit, you would pass out in 30 seconds and be dead in a minute.
121. South Africa is also called as Rainbow Nation because it has 11 official languages.
122. In the mornings, eating an apple will keep you awake better than drinking coffee.
123. The average office desk has 400 times more bacteria than a toilet.
124. A study found that reaching for objects while driving makes you nine times more likely to have a car accident.
125. The president of Poland awards a medal to couples that remain married for at least 50 years.
126. A scorpion can hold its breath for up to 6 days.
127. Memories are transferred in the brain from temporary to permanent storage while we sleep.
128. Daydreamers are better at solving complex problems.
129. U.S. President must pay for their own meals.
130. In 1980’s a man with severe OCD shot himself in the head in attempt to commit suicide. Instade of killing him. The bullet destroyed the part of his brain responsible for his OCD.
131. Cold water is heavier than hot water.
132. Hinduism worships over 33 types of gods.
133. Chocolate was once used as currency.
134. Around 20 to 40% of India’s are vegetarians. Making it the largest vegetarian friendly country in the world.
135. In Armenia, children ages 6 and up are taught chess in school as part of the mandatory curriculum.
136. Babies first start to laugh at 3.5 months old.
137. Snail teeth are strongest natural material on the earth able to withstand pressures high enough to turn carbon into diamond.
138. 1 in 8 U.S workers has been employed by McDonald’s.
139. Elephants brain react to humans the same way that humans brain react to puppies they think we’re cute.
140. Microsoft has created billionaires and around 12000 millionaires.
141. All thirteen minerals necessary for human life can actully be found in beer.
142. Humans and dolphins are the only species that have sex for pleasure.
143. The hormone that makes you grow is only produced when you sleep.
144. The WW1 ended at 11 o’clock in the morning of 11th day of the 11th month of 1918.
145. If you need to get motivated, take a shower. Being clean is proven to increase your productivity.
146. Falling in love with someone new makes you a less productive person.
147. The more often you see someone, the more attractive you think that person is.This is called the mere exposure effect.
148. If you are in total darkness for more than 3 days, you can become permanently blind.
149. In 2006, A Woman farted on a plane and tried to cover up the smell by lighting matches, causing an emergency landing.
150. There is a restaurant in Japan that uses monkeys as a waiters.
151. A man blew a small hole in his throat by holding his nose and closing his mouth while sneezing. He was in a hospital for 2 weeks. Doctors suggest you should always let a sneeze rip.
152. Scorpion venom is the most expensive liquid in the world. It costs $39 million per gallon.
153. The longer you are single,the longer you think that something is wrong with you.
154. You may feel suffocated sleeping under the tree at night because during night tree’s take in oxygen instead of carbon dioxide due to the absence of sunlight.
155. When water freezes it expands by 9%.
156. Eating cheese before going to bed may prevent nightmares.
157. There’s 45 miles of Nerves in the body.
158. Arabic numerals were not invented by Arabs but were invented by Indians.
159. Dimples are in fact genetic defects as muscle grow incorrectly and leave a gap between them.
160. Beards can slow the aging process by stopping water from leaving the skin, keeping it moisturized.
161. Putting dry tea bags in smelly shoes or gym bags can absorb the unpleasant odor.
162. When someone tickles you, the following laughter is a panic response. We usually can’t tickle ourselves because our body doesn’t sense any real danger.
163. Qatar offer fastest internet mobile service in the world, with average download speeds almost three times faster than the world average.
164. Women with high levels of trust in their fathers have significantly better communication and trust with their romantic partners.
165. Petting a cat lowers blood pressure, not just for you, but for the cat as well.
166. The brains of dancers and musicians differ more between each other than in comparison to those with no extensive training in either field.
167. The world’s first electric massage chair was invented in 1950 by a man who wanted his frail daughter to have a massage any time she wanted.
168. The vibrator was the fifth domestic appliance to be electrified.
169. The strangers in your dreams are actually people that you’ve seen in real life.
170. Holding money in your hand reduces stress and pain.
171. The manchineel tree is so poisonous that the rain water dripping off it’s leaves can burn your skin.
172. Diamond isn’t the hardest substance. Ultrahard nanotwinned cubic baron nitride is the hardest substance..
173. If your Shoes smell bad, Put them in the freezer overnight. It will kill the bacteria and get rid of the stink.
174. Pilot and Co pilots are required to have different meals in case one of them gets food poisoning..
175. Butterflies attach their eggs to leaves with an almost unbreakable glue, the chemical compounds of which we still do not understand.
176. The Church of Satan won’t give membership to convicted felons.
177. TYPEWRITER is the longest word that can be made using the letters only on one row of the keyboard..
178. Peanuts are one of the ingredients of dynamite.
179. If you’re trying to quit smoking, go to a sauna 3 days in a row. You’ll sweat out the nicotine and it’ll be easier to quit.
180. There is an estimated 4200 religions worldwide.
181. It is physically impossible for pigs to look up into the sky.
182. Tell people to pick a number between 12 and 5; 95% of people choose 7 (because they automatically subtract it).
183. If you believe that you’re truly one in a million, there are still approximately 7,184 more people out there just like you.
184. Seahorses have no teeth and no stomach. They must eat almost constantly to stay alive because food passes through their digestive systems very quickly..
185. Within the next 60 seconds, approximately 101 people will die and 261 babies will be born.
186. It’s against the law to get a fish drunk in Ohio.
187. Dogs are unable to recognize themselves in a mirror, but ants can.
188. The two highest IQ scores in recorded history belong to women.
189. The strongest muscle in the human body is the masseter, or the jaw muscle.
190. Laughing 100 times is equivalent to 15 minutes of exercise on a stationary bicycle.
191. China is not only the largest producer of textiles and manufactured goods in the world, the country is also the largest producer of Bibles.
192. The Bible is the most commonly stolen book in the world, most likely because it is so available in hotel rooms and places of worship.
193. One reason men cry less than women is because they have larger tear ducts, prohibiting their eyes from leaking easily.
194. Your right lung is shorter than your left lung to make room for the liver. Your left lung is narrower than the right to make room for your heart.
195. If you have just eaten a hot pepper or another spicy food, eat some yogurt. The relief comes immediately and it works better than bread or milk.
196. Any month that begins on a Sunday has a Friday the 13th.
197. The month of August was named as a celebration of the death of Cleopatra and Mark Antony, who killed themselves 2,047 years ago today.
198. In six hours, the world’s deserts receive more energy from the Sun than humans consume in one year.
199. It only takes 6 minutes for brain cells to react to alcohol.
200. Mathpix is a smartphone app that can solve any handwritten math problem just by taking a picture of it.
201. Almost half a million African soldiers fought for France in WW1.
202. In Italy, it is illegal to insult a man by saying he has No Balls.
203. The human brain remains half awake when sleeping in a new environment for the first time.
204. The U.S.has the highest dog population in the world.France has the 2nd highest dog population.
205. Three dogs survived the sinking of the Titanic. A Newfoundland,a Pomeranian,and a Pekingese.
206. In a study done by scholars at the University of California,it was found that dogs can get jealous if they see their humans displaying affection toward something or someone else.
207. Sheep can recognize each other through photos.
208. It’s impossible to say the letters B, M, or P without your lips touching.
209. Lonely people tend to spend more time in their beds, even if they have trouble sleeping. Chronic loneliness can lead to insomnia, as well as the need to get into bed without feeling tired.
210. When kids see their dads do things like cook and clean, they’re less likely to fall into stereotypical gender roles themselves.
211. Sleeping without a bra can improve your quality of sleep and aid in dealing with insomnia.
212. Premature babies are more likely to be left handed, many studies suggest.
213. Want to get rid of bad breath. Brushing your teeth is important but it’s more important to brush your tongue. That’s where bad breath starts.
214. A psychological study revealed that 72% of people get their best creative ideas in the shower.
215. Orange juice taste bad after you’ve brushed your teeth because the toothpaste blocks the sweetness receptors on your tongue and promotes the bitterness receptors.
216. People say bless you when you sneeze because your heart stops for a millisecond.
217. There are 125 species of coffee plant, but we only drink beverages made from six of them.
218. The fear of spiders and snakes is something humans are born with, not something we learn.
219. Watching horror movies can help you lose weight. The adrenaline causes your body to burn calories
220. Russia didn’t consider beer an alcoholic beverage until 2011. Before then, any drink under 10% volume was considered a soft drink.
221. There is an army recruitment lottery in Thailand. Every man over 21 has to participate. A red card means you have to go, a black card means you don’t.
222. Abraham Lincoln loved cats and once let one eat from the table during a formal White House dinner.
223. Earth is the only known planet where fire can burn. No other planets have enough oxygen.
224. Teeth are the only part of the human body which cannot heal themselves.
225. Goldfish will not stop eating if there is food available, regardless of how full they are.
226. Being in love shows up in brain scans like an addiction, not an emotion.
227. The First 3 seconds you wake up, you’ll not remember anything.
228. Candles will last longer if you put them in the freezer for a few hours before lightning them.
229. Motorcycle soccer is a real game that involves ten motorcycles, a soccer ball, and two goals and is played in parts of Europe.
230. The human brain is soft, like tofu. It floats in liquid inside the skull so that it doesn’t crush itself under its own weight.
231. Glass is neither a liquid nor a solid, but a state in between known as an amorphous solid.
232. Women tend to believe in the supernatural more than men and are twice as likely to consult a psychic.
233. In Germany, attempting to escape from the prison is completely legal. Getting yourself free is considered a basic human instinct.
234. Clinomania is the excessive desire to lay in bed all day.
235. The most expensive 21st century car ever sold at auction is a one of a kind Ferrari LaFerrari that went for $7 million.
236. If you’re ever feeling sleepy, hold your breath as long as you can, and then breath out slowly. It increases your heart rate.
237. In the 1600s, potatoes were associated with devil worship and witchcraft.
238. Beer lovers are 60% more likely to be OK with having sex on the first date than those who don’t drink beer.
239. Drinking 2 cups of cold water on an empty stomach can boost metabolism by 30%.
240. The last person on your mind before you close your eyes at night is either the reason for your happiness or pain.
241. One testicle hangs a little lower than the other so they don’t strike each other when a man is moving.
242. If your house was on fire while you were asleep, you wouldn’t wake up. Sense of smell is off when you’re sleeping.
243. Once you begin to dislike someone, everything they do tends to annoy you.
244. Our bodies contain about 0.2 milligrams of gold, most of it in our blood.
245. Theres a prison in Canada for polar bears who break into peoples homes for food.
246. The brain continues to send out electric wave signals until approximately 37 hours after death.
247. The fastest red card in a football game was given just 2 seconds after kick off, Lee Todd heard a whistle and said Fuck me, that was loud.
248. Spongebob is the only Nicktoon 1990s that has not ended yet.
249. If you spread it out, your brain would be about the size of a pillowcase.
250. The Iris is the part of the eye that determines the color of the eye.
251. If you hate Mondays, you’re automatically hating at least 1/7th of your entire life
252. Even though it says press any button to continue, most of us would still press Enter.
253. Everyone generally thinks $1,000 is a lot money, until they’re an adult.
254. Within 48 hours of quitting smoking, your senses of smell and taste begin to return to normal.
255. U.S. and EU law requires electric cars to make artificial noise to make them safer for pedestrians.
256. The recipe for candy corn has not been changed since the 1880s.
257. Yawning and stretching at the same time is called pandiculating.
258. If a male pees on a pregnancy test and the results are positive, it could be an indicator of cancer.
259. If your bittin by a poisonous snake ur blood will change its structure it becomes absolute circle.
260. The English kingdom was firmly established by German Tribes of Anglo Saxons.
261. In the course of an average lifetime you will, while sleeping, eat 70 assorted insects and 10 spiders.
262. We think sometimes that poverty is only being hungry, naked and homeless. The poverty of being unwanted, unloved and uncared for is the greatest poverty.
263. Tunnels are one of the safest places to be during earthquakes. They move with the soil, while above-ground structures sway back and forth.
264. It would take a snail nearly 4,575 years to circle Earth.
265. Gulabi Gang is a gang of women in India who track down and beat abusive husbands with brooms.
266. Your eyebrows and eyelashes renew themselves every six to eight weeks.
267. It Is Physically Impossible To Urinate And Give Blood At The Same Time.
268. Honey Enters Your Blood Stream Within 20 Minutes Of Being Eaten.
269. There Are over 70 Million Sheep In New Zealand (with over 4 Million People).
270. There Are More Insects In The World Than All Other Animals Combined.
271. You Have Fewer Muscles Than A Caterpillar.
272. Enamel (part of the Teeth) Is The Hardest Substance In Your Body.
273. The Hydrochloric Acid Found In Your Stomach Is Strong Enough To Dissolve A Nail.
274. The Longest Time A Person Has Been In A Coma Is 37 Years.
275. The Most Common Disease Is Tooth Decay.
276. Only 4 Out Of 20,000Species Of Bees Produce Honey.
277. Ostrich’s Meat Is the Leanest (having little fat) Of All Red Meats.
278. The Ancient Greeks First Grew Carrots As A Form Of Medicine And Not A Food.
279. The Most Valuable Nutrients Of A Potato Are Its Skin.
280. A Blue Whale Can Go Up To 6 Months Without Eating.
281. The Cigarette Lighter Was Invented Before The Match.
282. A Connected Bunch Of Bananas Is Called A Hand And Individual Bananas Are Called Fingers.
283. A Group Of Owls Is Called A Parliament.
284. A Group Of Frogs Is Called An Army.
285. A Man Filed A Lawsuit Against His Doctor Because He Survived Longer Than What The Doctor Had Predicted.
286. Ethiopian soldiers used lions,bees,wasps,and elephants in wars against colonizers. Ethiopia has never been colonized.They trained these creatures to fight their enemies.
287. Men Have More Blood Than Women. Men Have 1.5 Gallons For Men Versus 0.875 Gallons For Women.
288. The Word Karate Means, Empty Hand.
289. The Word Spain Means, The Land Of Rabbits.
290. Witchcraft Means Craft Of The Wise Ones.
291. Caterpillar Means hairy Cat In Old French.
292. King Kong Was Adolf Hitler’s Favorite Movie.
293. The Only Domestic Animal Not Mentioned In The Bible Is The Cat.
294. To Escape The Grip Of A Crocodile’s Jaws, Push Your Thumbs Into Its Eyeballs and it Will Let You Go Instantly.
295. To See At Night As Well As An Owl,You Would Need Eyeballs As Big As A big Orange.
296. Worms Can Have Up To Ten Hearts.
297. You Can Cut Up A Starfish Into Pieces And Each Piece Will Grow Into A Completely New Starfish.
298. You Can Tell The Sex Of A Horse By Its Teeth.Most Males Have 40,Females Have 36.
299. Dentists Have Recommended That A Toothbrush Be Kept At Least 6 Feet (2M)Away From A Toilet To Avoid Airborne Particles Resulting From The Flush.
300. Mary Stuart Became Queen Of Scotland When She Was Only Six Days Old.
301. Did you know there are 31,536,000 seconds in a year.
302. Receiving a tattoo has been described as similar to getting stung by a bee or getting a sunburn
304. Kids who play an instrument or take music classes can develop better visual abilities and form a higher verbal IQ. They also tend to be happier at school in almost every area, even while participating in activities that aren’t music-related.
305. Galileo Galilee was the first person to observe Mars through a telescope,in 1609.
306. Babies cry but they don’t produce tears until one to three months after birth.
307. Only about 2% of the world population has green eyes.
308. Got Something in your eye. Just fill a bowl of water big enough for your face and open your eyes in it it will come right out.
309. You can take any number, double it, add 10, divide by 2, and subtract the original amount, and always end up with 5. “After doubling x, you have 2x, add 10 and it becomes 2x + 10. Then divide by 2 and it becomes x + 5. After subtracting the original number x, you have 5.
310. You don’t have any muscles in your fingers. All of the muscles that move your fingers are in your palms and forearms.
311. George W. Bush was his high school’s head cheerleader.
312. Zebras can’t sleep alone.
313. Astronauts in space can’t tell when their bladder is full due to the lack of gravity, so they’re trained to relieve themselves every two hours.
314. The common story that reading in dim light is harmful to your eyes, is actually incorrect. Good lighting does make reading easier but reducing lighting won’t damage your eyesight.
315. People who are overly jealous in relationships may have Othello’s syndrome. A primarily neurological disorder, not a psychiatric one.
316. The average speed of fart coming out of your ass is 7mph.
317. There is no single food that provides all the nutrients that humans need, except for breast milk.
318. In Iraq, in the book market, books remain in the street at night because Iraqis say, the reader doesn’t steal and the thief doesn’t read.
319. The only 15 letter word that can be spelled without repeating a letter is uncopyrightable.
320. In Chinese writing, there is no capital letter, there are no spaces between characters, and characters have 10 strokes, on average.
321. Water is the only substance that is found naturally on Earth in three forms. liquid, solid and gas.
322. If an ant was the same size as a human, it would have the speed twice as fast as a Lamborghini.
323. Human saliva has a boiling point three times that of regular water.
324. Sleeping through winter is hibernation, while sleeping through summer is estivation.
325. There’s hell in hello, good in goodbye, lie in believe, over in lover, end in friend, ex in next, if in life.
326. Those stars and colors you see when you rub your eyes are called Phosphenes.
327. Ronaldinho first gained media attention when his youth team won a game 23-0.He score every single goal.
328. Grasshoppers have ears on their stomachs.
329. China has 450 million smokers, meaning the Chinese smoking population is higher than the entire population of the United States.
330. For every human on earth there are 1.6 million ants.
331. All the top 15 universites in the world are in either Britain or the USA.
332. Our eyes are always the same size from birth,but our nose and ear never stop growing.
333. Your phone emits a radiation that’s 1000 times stronger when the battery is low. Avoid answering it when this is the case
334. To stop a sneeze, tickle the roof of your mouth with your tongue.
335. The longest walk ever taken place was by George Meegan. He walked from the bottom of South America to the top of North America. He took 41 million steps, wore out 12.5 pairs of shoes, and collected 8 world records.
336. The word Bae means Poop in Danish and bye in Icelandic.
337. The Demodex is a mite that lives in your eyelashes during the day and then comes out at night to find a mate and have sex on your face.
338. Side saddle horseback riding was started as a way for women to ride horses, while protecting their virginity and modesty.
339. A park ranger from Virginia named Roy Cleveland Sullivan holds the record for being struck by lightning the most times. He was struck by lightning seven times throughout his life and survived every time. He was referred to as a human lightning conductor.
340. In Denmark, if you reach the age of 25 and aren’t yet married, you get tied to a chair and pelted with cinnamon. The tradition dates back hundreds of years to when spice salesmen would stay bachelors because they travelled so much.
341. Former football player Ronaldinho once lost a $750,000 deal with Coca-Cola because he took a sip of Pepsi.
342. Electric fans in South Korea are sold with timers on them due to a concern over fan death, a widely-held belief that you could die if you fall asleep in a closed room with a fan on.
343. The Ancient Romans had a goddess for fever called Febris, whom they worshipped for protection against fever and malaria.
344. The Unkillable Soldier, Adrian Carton de Wiart who served in the Boer War, WWI and WWII. He was shot in the face, head, stomach, ankle, leg, hip, and ear, was blinded in his left eye, survived two plane crashes, tunnelled out of a prisoner of war camp, and tore off his own fingers.
345. The World’s dirtiest man Amou Hai who last showered 65 years ago and lived on a diet of raw animal meat and a pack of cigarettes a day, has passed away at 94 years old. He believed soap and water would make him sick.
346. In 2016, a 70 year old man called Lawrence John Ripple robbed a bank in Kansas and sat down in the lobby waiting for the Police to arrive stating he’d rather live in jail than with his wife. He was arrested and sentenced to six months of house arrest.
347. By the age of 25, Sir Isaac Newton invented Calculus, Binomial theorem, and discovered the universal law of gravity. He also died a virgin.
348. If you have a net worth of $93,170 (USD) you are wealthier than 90% of the world.
349. If you can’t scroll past a grammatical error without resisting the urge to correct it, you may be suffering from Grammar Pedantry Syndrome (GPS), a type of obsessive compulsive disorder or oppositional defiant disorder (OCD/ODD).
350. In 2019, a Brazilian mother, Silvia Grecco, won FIFA’s best fan award after she was spotted in the crowd explaining the entire match to her 11 year old blind son.
351. Every country has quick dial, easy to remember emergency number EXCEPT North Korea.
352. Billie Jean by Michael Jackson was mixed 91 times before they decided to go with mix 2.
353. A man called Shedden in Costa Rica nursed a crocodile back to health after it had been shot in the head & released the reptile back to its home. The next day, the man discovered Pocho had followed him home & was sleeping on his porch. For 20 yrs Pocho became part of the man’s family. Pocho died of natural causes in the water outside Shedden’s home in Siquirres on 12 October 2011.
354. You can tell if a diamond is real or fake by breathing on it. Fake diamonds fog up if you breathe on them. A real diamond won’t fog up easily since the condensation doesn’t stick to the surface.
355. Ethiopian languages have a punctuation mark for sarcasm. It is called temherte slaq and looks like an inverted exclamation mark.
356. The most prolific mother ever Valentina Vassilyev gave birth to a total of 69 children between 1725 and 1765, with a total of 27 births including sixteen pairs of twins, seven sets of triplets and four sets of quadruplets.
357. Airplanes store fuel in their wings. The main reasons for the storage of fuel in the wings are to balance weight, counter-stress and reduce wing flutter.
358. The first chocolate bar was made in 1847. Before that, chocolate was exclusively a drink.
359. You have a better chance of getting accepted to Harvard University than getting a job at the Apple Store.
360. Being drunk, hugging your partner, and dancing in public are all illegal in Dubai.
361. Liechtenstein is the only UN Member country which has no external debts.
362. When HP was being named, William Hewlett & David Packard (hp founders) were unsure of the order to put their names so they decided by simply flipping a coin. Hewlett won.
363. The word mafia is never mentioned in the film version of The Godfather because the actual mafia demanded it.
364. Men who were killed by hanging would get erections and sometimes even ejaculate. This phenomenon (sometimes referred to as a death erection) is the origin of the phrase well hung.
365. Long term loneliness is as bad for your health as smoking 15 cigarettes per day.
366. Hurricanes were named only after females because men often considered women unpredictable, vengeful, or generally stormy.
367. It takes a 67 mph wind to move the average adult person.
368. Sony is primarily an insurance company in Japan and electronics are not their main source of income.
369. Coca-cola or coke is the second most recognised English word in the world after Okay.
370. Rolls Royce uses the leather of 15 to 18 Bulls per car, raised in cold climates to prevent marks from insect bites. Cows aren’t used because they might have stretch marks from pregnancies.
371. If you folded a piece of paper 42 times, it would be thick enough to reach the moon.
372. If you farted consistently for 6 years and 9 months, enough gas is produced to create the energy of an atomic bomb. A Human farts an average of 14 times a day, releasing around 1 to 2 litres of gas.
373. In 1955, Jonas Salk chose not to patent his polio vaccine for the sake of humanity. If he would have patented it he would have earned an estimated $7 billion.
374. A man’s penis is mushroom shaped so as to allow it to scoop out other men’s semen from a woman’s vagina during sex.
375. Charles Bukowski once said Sadness is caused by intelligence. The more you understand certain things the more you wish you didn’t understand them.
376. The first number in the English language that contains the letter C is one octillion.
377. Men who do chores around the house such as cooking, washing, and cleaning are less sexually active with their wives than those who don’t, according to a study by the University of Washington.
378. In 1962 there was a bill proposed to change the name of Philippines to Malaysia but the then newly independent neighbouring country took the name before the bill was passed.
379. In Cluj, Romania, you can pay for your bus ticket by doing 20 squats. Disabled and elderly people get a ride for free.
380. Vaginas have 6 holes in total. Besides the vaginal canal and uretha, two vestibule called Skene’s glands lay below the uretha to lubricate the uretha. Another two vestibules called Bartholin’s glands, found below the vagina, lubricates the vagina.
381. Human eggs choose the sperm that fertilizes it, not the other way around.
382. In France the minimum age to be a president is 18 years old.
383. Ireland limits taxation on writers, artist, composers, painters, etc. for their contribution to culture.
384. Manchineel tree or beach apple tree. It is one of the most toxic trees in the world, causing swelling, blistering, bleeding, and possibly death. Standing beneath the tree during rain will cause blistering of the skin from mere contact with the sap.
385. Mikhail Kalashnikov, the creator of the AK-47, felt remorse and blamed himself for the havoc caused by his weapons near his death time.
386. The tank was named by the British military during WWI to make the enemy think they were developing a kind of water carrier instead of a secret new weapon.
387. Being upside-down for an extended period of time could kill you.
388. Emotional stress can affect the scent of a vagina.
389. Poland and Italy are the only countries in the world that mention each other in their respective national anthems.
390. A baby can survive outside the womb as early as 21 weeks and 5 days.
391. The female G-spot is named after Ernst Gräfenberg, a progressive Jewish medical doctor who studied female sexual physiology (including female ejaculation) well ahead of his time.
392. Every single British tank has a built in boiling vessel so the crew can have cheeky mid-battle tea breaks .
393. Sound in the environment affects the taste of the things you eat and drink.
394. The average Rolls Royce buyer is 45 years old and earns $6 million per year.
395. Chess boxing is a sport which combines chess and boxing. Players take turns playing chess followed by a round of boxing.
396. In the late 19th century in Great Britain, attempted suicide was deemed to be equivalent to attempted murder and was punished by hanging.
397. The first snowboard was invented in 1917 and patented in 1939.
398. Mary, mother of Jesus is mentioned in the Quran more than in the Bible.
399. Einstein’s great breakthroughs came from visual experiments performed in his head rather than the lab.
400. The widespread name Vladimir is of Bulgarian origin and translates to great ruler or ruler of the world.
401. Ulcers aren’t caused by stress, they’re most commonly caused by bacteria.
402. Drinking soft drinks every day increases risk of bone fractures by 50% because they contain lots of phosphorus, which the body will absorb in place of calcium, causing calcium deficiency.
403. The human body can survive up to 60 days without food provided it gets properly hydrated.
404. Pulling out isn’t a very reliable way to prevent pregnancy. It works about 78% of the time, which means that over a year of using this method, 22 out of 100 women, about 1 in 5 would get pregnant. By comparison, male condoms are 98% effective when used correctly every time.
405. All polish womens names end with an A.
406. The word data is the plural of the word datum which means one piece of information.
407. The longest wedding veil ever stretched over 63 football fields in length.
408. A Black Woman Attempted to Assassinate Martin Luther King Jr. She was later diagnosed with Schizophrenia.
409. Humans began Wearing Clothes around 780k Years Ago.
410. The only Cat successfully launched into space was Félicette, she was launched on 18 October 1963 from the Algerian desert.
411. The word con in con artist means confidence.
412. The i prefix for apple products has no official meaning, Steve Jobs just picked it because he liked the way it sounded.
413. Pirates wore eye patches, so they could see better in the dark, it had nothing to do with an eye missing.
414. The color orange was named after the fruit orange, and not vice versa. Prior to its naming, it was referred to as yellow red (ġeolurēad).
415. A yawn is such an empathetic behavior that reading about yawning will make 55% of people yawn just from reading it.
416. The injury from a Scorpion Sting is called a Scorpionism.
417. A person claiming to be Pope without election by the Roman Catholic Church is known as an Antipope.
418. Angus Barbieri, a Scottish man who fasted for 382 days straight and lost 276 pounds (125kg). He only consumed black coffee, tea and vitamins. He did not suffer any negative effects from not eating.
419. Clitoria ternatea, this is a genus of flowers named after the human Clitoris and you can make a tea out of the flower.
420. The Phoneutria Nigriventer spider’s venom can cause an erection that lasts for several hours.
421. Testicles make several million sperm per day. About 1,500 per second.
422. Mount Everest was named under the surname of George Everest, who has nothing to do with its discovery.
423. Mr. Bean is the fourth most followed Facebook page on the planet with 129 million followers. The only individual that beats him is Cristiano Ronaldo.
424. Leeches are edible, but you have to take their heads off before eating, because they could anchor onto your throat on their way down.
425. The 9 months of pregnancy does not begin at conception. It begins on the first day of a woman’s last menstrual period.
426. 2.5% of the human body is metals (1.55 kg for the average adult).
427. There are hundreds of cats released into Disneyland at night for rodent control, and they are rounded back up in the morning before the park opens.
428. In 1974, someone ordered a pizza with a computer for the first time.
429. In 2019, a man from Gujarat, India, bit a snake after the snake had bitten him. Both he and the snake died.
430. Kindergarten is not mandatory in 35 US states.
431. Marshall Islands is the only sovereign nation not to have had a national soccer team.
432. German chemist Felix Hoffmann created both heroin and aspirin over the course of two weeks in 1897.
433. Due to their promiscuous nature, ladybugs have the highest rate of STDs among insects.
434. Ancient Egyptians used opium to calm crying babies.
435. If you spent one night in each hotel room in Disney World, it would take you 68 years to sleep in all of them.
436. In North Korea, men get tokens for 1.3 gallons of free beer every month.
437. There’s no word in the English language that rhymes with month.
438. Homosexuality was still classified as an illness in Sweden in 1979 Swedes protested by calling in sick to work, saying they felt gay.
439. An olive tree can produce fruit for more than a thousand years if properly cared for. One ancient tree in the French Riviera is estimated to be about 2,200 years old.
440. The French government awards medals to parents who have successfully raised several children with dignity.
441. At the Vice Presidential inauguration of 1865, Andrew Johnson got too drunk to swear in the new senators.
442. In ancient Greece, small penises were preferred over large ones They were considered a sign of modesty and self-control.
443. About one quarter of all adults will never have a headache in their life.
444. Only one fifth of the planet’s insect species have been named.
445. Sleeping human brains can still understand the words spoken around them.
446. The Honey Badger is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the World’s Most Fearless Creature.
447. The first baby born in Iceland in 1980 gave birth to the first baby born in Iceland in 2017.
448. Before Thomas Edison invented the electric light in 1879, most people slept ten hours each night.
449. Jeff Bezos’ salary as Amazon CEO was always $81,840. His wealth is largely tied to his 11% ownership of Amazon stock which originally cost $18 a share.
450. Billionaire oil tycoon J. Paul Getty installed a payphone in his mansion for guests to use so that he wouldn’t be charged for their calls.
451. In Greek mythology, the goddess Hera would bathe in a spring at Kanathos annually to restore her virginity.
452. In 2010, the President of Kazakhstan instructed scientists to discover the elixir of life. After two years, the scientists returned and presented him with yoghurt.
453. Michael Jordan had a clause in his Chicago Bulls contract called For The Love of the Game, which entitled him to play a game of basketball any time, anywhere.
454. Penis enlargement surgeries are free in Cuba.
455. The average gym dumbbell has 362 times more bacteria than a toilet seat.
456. About 45% of U.S dogs sleep in their owner’s bed.
457. There is an illness called Puppy Pregnancy Syndrome(PPS) where people bitten by dogs believe puppies are conceived within their abdomen.
458. In 1976, a Princeton student named John Aristotle Philips wrote a term paper describing how to build a nuclear bomb He received an A before his paper was confiscated by the FBI.
459. Casanova referred to condoms as English riding coats.
460. No human has beaten a computer in a chess tournament in over 15 years.
461. From 1836 for nearly 10 years, Texas was a country. Called the Republic of Texas, it was recognised as an independent nation by France, Belgium, the Netherlands and the USA.
462. Bees can consume the human equivalent of 10 liters of wine in one sitting Yes, they get drunk.
463. Puerto Rico is not a country. It belong to the US and Puerto Ricans are US citizens.
464. On average, Olympic silver medalists live a year longer than gold medalists.
465. Switzerland is the longest country name with no repeated letters.
466. Phil Collins, the composer of Disney’s Tarzan (1999), performed all the songs, not just in English, but also in French, German, Italian and Spanish.
467. The chirruping of birds during the spring mating season is known as valentining.
468. Former leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-Il’s campaign slogan was, Don’t expect any change from me.
469. Ninjas did not eat garlic, in case their quarry could smell them coming.
470. Coca Cola is a full decade older than Dracula. The drink was invented in 1886 and Dracula was written in 1897.
471. Steve Jobs once called Google to tell them the yellow gradient in the second O of their logo was slightly off.
472. Spain has more pigs than people.
473. The tattoo policy of the U.S. Marine Corps is 32 pages long.
474. If you move every letter in the word cheer seven spaces forward in the English alphabet, you get the word jolly.
475. Plants have to have plant passports stamped on the side of their pots to travel overseas .
476. In 2008, three people in the US named their child Mushroom.
477. The winner of the first modern marathon at the 1896 Olympics stopped in the middle of the race for a glass of wine.
478. The bridge connecting Denmark and Sweden takes 13 years to paint in its entirety.
479. The longest court case lasted over 60 years.
480. Single men tend to have a stronger body odor than married men.
481. A boy in Pakistan who was 100% immune to physical pain due to a genetic condition. He would stab his arm without flinching and walk on hot coals barefoot during street performances. He died in 2006 after jumping off a roof for a performance.
482. Grasshoppers evolved about 10 million years before grass.
483. In Ancient Rome, condemned prisoners would be executed onstage when they needed actors for death scenes in theater performances.
484. A person from Las Vegas is called a Las Vegan.
485. The constitutions of seven US states (Arkansas, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas) explicitly ban atheists from holding public office.
486. Instead of a leap year, the Romans had a whole leap month.
487. If all the cars at a red light accelerated at the exact same time and speed when the light turned green, there would be far less traffic.
488. In Thailand, it’s illegal to leave your house without wearing underwear.
489. Google’s official company policy states, We like cats, but we’re a dog company.
490. Adults donate more to charity when they are in the presence of children.
491. When Snoop Dogg was in 10th grade, he and a friend dressed as pimps and won his high school Halloween contest.
492. Horses disguised as zebras attract fewer horseflies, and cows with painted stripes are less likely to be bitten by flies.
493. In 2016, a Florida man threw an alligator through a restaurant’s drive-through window. He was charged with assault with a deadly weapon.
494. In 2002, a NASA intern stole a safe full of moon rocks, sprinkled them on a hotel bed, and had sex with his girlfriend on top of them.
495. Bras were called Breast Bags during medieval times.
496. Trees grow faster if provided with coffee in the soil.
497. While adultery is generally illegal in Japan, it is legal as long as it’s done for business purposes.
498. The current populations of India and China combined now outnumber the world’s population in 1950.
499. The word Shazam is an acronym that first appeared in 1940 in a comic strip about Captain Marvel who possesses the wisdom of Solomon, strength of Hercules, stamina of Atlas, power of Zeus, courage of Achilles, and speed of Mercury.
500. LeBron James’ decision to leave Cleveland and join Miami Heat was so resented that even Osama Bin Laden’s translator, who was being held at Guantanamo Bay prison, wrote a letter saying, LeBron James is a very bad man. He should apologize to the city of Cleveland.
501. It would take around 3,000 years to count all the brain cells in a single human brain.
502. Gigil (Tagalog). The irresistible urge to pinch or squeeze someone because you love them so much.
503. Before proposing to his cousin, Charles Darwin wrote a marriage pros-and-cons list. The pros included constant companion and better than a dog, the cons forced to visit relatives and less money.
504. Hair grows fastest between the ages of 15 and 30, before slowing down.
505. In the ancient Persian Empire, men would debate ideas while sober and again while drunk. An idea had to sound good in both states to be considered acceptable.
506. A 90-year-old woman with no heirs signed a contract with a 47-year-old lawyer giving him her apartment upon her death, but he had to pay her a monthly allowance until she died. She outlived him, and his widow continued the payments. She received approximately double the value of the apartment.
507. There isn’t one photo of John Cena on John Cena’s Instagram account.
508. The fear of eating with other people or in public is known as Deipnophobia.
509. Egyptian Pharaohs were once
510. required to masturbate into the River Nile to keep its flow cycle stable. The event was known as the Fertility Festival.
511. Fei Chong We Rao is a Chinese dating show… for dogs.
512. Scorpions farms do exist. Each scorpion produces about 2 milligrams of venom daily, which is milked using a pair of tweezers and tongs. A liter is worth $10 million and is used for cosmetics and medicines.
513. Chocolate contains Phenylethylamine & Serotonin, the same chemical released in the brain when you fall in love.
514. Coober pedy, is a town in australia where an entire town residents lives underground. The reason is to escape the extreme heat.
515. Do you know that Deodorant on an insect bite or other itchy site will stop an itch.
516. There are more than 3,000 species of snakes on the planet and they’re found everywhere except in Antarctica, Iceland, Ireland, Greenland, and New Zealand.
517. Compared to other countries in the world, Argentina has the most soda consumption. About 155 liters per capita are consumed each year.
518. A coconut tree can produce up to 180 coconuts during a single harvest.
519. Frank Lentini(Z three legged man) 1889-1966. Born with a parasitic twin had a successful career in circus. He had 3 legs and 2 functioning Penis. He had one wife and had four children.
520. Josephine Myrtle Corbin(the four legged woman) 1868-1928, had successful career in circus. She had four legs, two sets of genitals(vaginas), one husband and four children.
521. Some cigar brands only let their rollers make 250 cigars per day because of the quality standard.
522. A pig named Lulu saved her owner’s life while the woman had a heart attack. The pig heard the cries of pain, forced her way out of the yard, ran into the road, and played dead to stop the traffic. A driver stopped, the pig led him to the trailer, he heard the woman and called 911.
523. In ancient civilizations, the beard was considered a symbol of honor, and men were shaved as a punishment.
524. You need about 35,000 to 45,000 bricks to make a 2 bedroom house. This is how bricks are made.
525. Slugs are hermaphrodite animals. This means that they are equipped with both female and male reproductive organs.
526. It takes around 38 gallons (148 liters) to wash a single car.
527. Airplane tires are inflated to 200 psi, which is about six times the pressure used in a car tire.
528. The banana is the 4th most popular agricultural product grown in the world.
529. A single bee can produce 1 tablespoon of honey in its lifetime.
530. Each year, 16 million thunderstorms happen around the world, and at any given moment, there are about 2,000 thunderstorms in progress.
531. Angel Falls in Venezuela is considered the highest waterfall in the world, featuring a plunge of more than 800 meters.
532. The Graff Diamonds Hallucination is the most expensive watch in the world, with a price tag of $55 million.
533. The average American eats roughly 20 pounds (9,06 kilograms) of ice cream each year.
534. Scientists have answered the question what comes first the chicken or the egg. The chicken came first because the egg shell contains a protein that can only be made from a hen.
535. The closest living relative to humans are chimpanzees, bonobos, and gorillas. We share between 98 and 99.6% of DNA with these species. Gorillas can even catch colds from humans.
536. In Japanese schools, the students don’t get any exams until they reach the 4th grade. Why because the goal for the first 2 years of school is not to judge the child’s knowledge but to establish good character.
537. Scopolamine Drug. Also known as Burundanga or Devil’s Breath :- After taking it once the Person will lose its free will & do anything they are told, its also used by CIA.
538. 0.06 seconds is the time it takes dogs to determine which direction the sound source is in.
539. By the age of 22, Alexander the Great had conquered half the world.
540. In the state of Sri Lanka, elephants are considered sacred animals. You can adopt them for $66,000.
541. Bees are able to detect cancer before its lethal stages for humans, they can also sense and help find explosives.
542. France will pay €4,000 to all residents who give up their car in favor of a bicycle.
543. Doormen were always present in the first elevators, because people were very afraid to ride alone in such boxes.
544. George Washington died in 1799 after doctors drained nearly 40% of his blood in an attempt to cure a sore throat.
545. In 1980, Marvel released the address where Peter Parker lived in the comics. There was an embarrassment, since the address existed in reality, and the owner of this house was a family with the surname Parker.
546. The retina of the human eye perceives the world upside down, and then the brain reverses the image. In addition, the eye receives an image divided into halves and significantly distorted, and the brain puts it together.
547. People with the hDEC2 gene mutation only need four hours of sleep a night to function normally.
548. The 25% of India’s population with the highest IQ is more than the entire U.S. population.
549. 5 kg is how much wood it takes to make an average book.
550. There are no poisonous snakes or insects dangerous to humans in the Maldives.
551. London’s first subway was called the sewer streetcar.
552. There is a statue in Russia. It honors all the Laboratory Mice that have sacrificed their lives in order to further scientific research.
553. 80% of all accidents occur at speeds of 65 km/hour.
554. The world’s most expensive material is antimatter. 1 Gram is equals to $62 Trillion.
555. LEGO was invented in Denmark in 1949. Its parts were originally made of wood, and the word LEGO is an abbreviation of the phrase leg godt, that is, play well.
556. In Austria, a person has every right not to go to work if the hot water is turned off.
557. The beard consists of 7-15 thousand hairs. And it grows at a rate of 14 centimeters per year.
558. The beard consists of 7 to 15 thousand hairs. And it grows at a rate of 14 centimeters per year.
559. Despite its entire population, only about 200 surnames are used in China.
560. It takes six months to assemble a Rolls Royce and 13 hours to assemble a Toyota.
561. The lion from the Metro Goldwyn Mayer logo killed his trainer the day after the shooting
562. There is a kindergarten for men in Hamburg.
563. In England, in the 18th century, you could sell your wife at a fair.
564. Looking at pictures and videos of cats on the Internet reduces annoyance, sadness and guilt more than looking at pictures of dogs and other animals.
565. About a 45% of adults still sleep with a cuddly toy,while 15 percent admit they can’t sleep without cuddle toys.
566. A zorse is the offspring or crossbreed of a zebra & Horse. Like most other animal hybrids, the zorse is sterile.
567. Plutophobia is the fear of Wealth(Money). Someone with this phobia may be extremely terrified of people who are wealthy and powerful.
568. In South Korea only someone who is visually Blind can give massage & acquire the necessary license to work as a masseur or masseuse. A massage by a person who isn’t legally blind is banned under Article 82 of the Medical Act.
569. Joe Munch was sentenced to an imprisonment of one minute, a sentence so surprising to Munch that after the second-hand completed the circle of 60 seconds, Leading to the shortest jail sentence ever given.
570. If you decide to do something and don’t start within 72 hours, in 85% of cases you will never do it.
571. A bear named Wojtek fought in the polish army in WW2 He carried shells to the frontline & was taught salute.He was eventually enlisted officially as a soldier with the rank of private & was subsequently promoted to corporal.
572. The nail on the middle finger grows faster than the other fingernails.
573. Canada has a free service run by volunteers to drive you home if you’re too drunk to drive yourself during the holiday season.
574. A town in Italy made a law that all fireworks have to be quiet. The goal is to reduce stress on animals and children, but silent fireworks can also be more colorful. That’s because, without a powerful explosion, the color-producing chemicals can burn longer.
575. Ethiopia is the only African country with its own alphabet.
576. Snoop Dogg once tried to rent the entire country of Liechtenstein for a video shoot, and the main reason they said no is that he didn’t give them enough notice.
577. The toy teddy bear got its name after the US president of the time, Theodore roosevelt when he was on a hunting trip and refused to shoot a bear.
578. In Norway Salaries are not secret, as every citizen’s income is made publicly available for everyone to see & review.
579. Some people report orgasming from intense exercise, in what is known as a Coregasm. Particularly intense abdominal, or core, workouts.
580. A restaurant in Malaysia has a discount system depending how thin you are,The thinner you are the higher the discount.
581. Credito Emiliano, a bank in northern Italy accepts cheese as collateral for a loan. It has done so since 1953.
582. As a part of the recruitment process, women seeking a career as police officers in Indonesia must be virgin and pretty.
583. Fela kuti Know as the cretor of Afro Beat once married 27 Women in one day.
584. Hitler ‘s nephew, William p. hitler fought for the US against his uncle.
585. In 2016, a man tried to rob a bank after paying $500 to a wizard to make him invisible.
586. Curved penises can arise from a child holding his penis in the wrong position in utero.
587. In some cultures, ants were used to stitch wounds. They would hold the skin together, grab an ant with big jaws (like an army or leaf cutter ant), put its mouth to the wound and wait for it to bite down.
588. Melanism is the opposite of albinism: an increased amount of black pigmentation.
589. Soundgasm or Audiogasm is when a particular sound or piece of music appeals to the listeners ear so much, that the listener experiences a state of euphoria usually with tingles down the spine towards the knees.
590. There is a Torture method called White Room where prisoners are isolated in white rooms, wear white clothes, and eat white food from white plates.
591. In 2001, Kenny Waters, a man who was imprisoned 18 years for murder, was finally freed after his high school dropout sister went to law school to prove his innocence.
592. There are only 22 countries in the world that the British have not invaded or attacked. They are Monaco, Mongolia, Marshall Islands, Mali, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, Kyrgyzstan, Ivory Coast, Andorra, Bolivia, Belarus, DemocraticRepublic of Congo, Burundi, Central African Republic, Guatemala, Chad, Paraquay, Vatican City, Tajikistan, Sweden, Uzbekistan and Sao.
593. Spider Fighting is popular sport in the Philippines. Two spiders are pitted against each other by mounting them on a stick. As they fight it out, the first to fall twice from the perch is the loser.
594. The Cameras used in many space missions are so powerful that it can see your shoe color and size from space.
595. In 1963, the Bronx Zoo had an exhibit called The most dangerous animal in the world. It was a MIRROR.
596. Injuries to the penis from zipper entrapment are actually the most common cause of penile trauma in adults, with roughly 2,000 reported cases yearly.
597. A piraputanga Fish (Brycon hilarii) found in Brazil are a kind of Fish that jumps out of water to eat fruits from a tree.
598. ONIOMANIA is an obsessive, uncontrollable urge to buy things.
599. Mona Lisa,from Leonardo da Vinci’s masterpiece, was a real person. Mona Lisa was a real Florentine woman, born and raised in Florence under the name of Lisa Gherardini.
600. Hedy Lamarr invented the basis for all modern wireless communications like GPS ,Bluetooth & wifi. She was an American actress, inventor, mathematician and film producer. She appeared in 30 films over a 28-year career. She was called the most beautiful woman in the world at her time.
601. The act of seeking and finding shapes in clouds is called nephelococcygia.
602. 🇨🇳In China, malls have Husband Storage place where women can leave their partners while they shop.
603. Researchers discover aluminum foil actually does improve your wireless speed. All you have to do is cover them in aluminum foil.
604. The scent of trees acts as a natural pain killer and boosts your immune system which, in turn, boosts resistance against stress.
605. Textationship a relationship in which a person texts you all the time but makes not effort to see you.
606. A woman named Stephanie Matto, has been selling her farts in jars she earns $50,000 per week. Recently, Matto had announced that she had to retire from selling her farts in jars after she got hospitalised due to excessive farting.
607. Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th US president loved animals so much that the emperor of Ethiopia, Menilik the second gifted him with a pet hyena which he happily accepted and even named him Bill.
608. in ancient Egypt it was pretty common for people to use dead mice as a remedy for toothaches.
609. People tend to look more attractive when a person is drunk, because a drunken person is less likely to notice the asymmetry of a face.
610. Being Alone for a while is dangerous & It’ addicting. Once you see how peaceful it is you don’t want to deal with people anymore.
611. Gary Dahl, the Marketing Magician Who Made Millions Selling Pet Rocks. What began as a joke hatched in a bar turned into one of the most bizarrely successful marketing schemes of all time.
612. Your nipples are as unique as your fingerprints. Like your fingerprints, they have their own tiny indentations, raised bumps, colours, and other physical traits. A person can even have two nipples that don’t look the same as each other.
613. The four kings on playing cards actually represents great kings from history. clubs, is Alexander the greats as he captured lands far from his home, Hart, is Charlemagne because he was able to unite the Frank’s and build a powerful empire, Spade, represeting the biblical hero David and his defeat over goliath, and Diamond, representing julius caesar a hero of the Roman empire.
614. An octopus is actually flexible enough that an average sized one can enter your mouth, navigate through your digestive system and leave through your anus.
615. A bite from the Brazilian wandering spider can cause a male genital erection that lasts for several hours. It’s painful tho.
616. Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr. AKA Snoop Dogg got is nick name from his mother while he was watching the cartoon peanuts and she taught he looked like snoopy(the dog).
617. Former president bill Clinton once lost the Id number codes required to confirm nuclear launches for several months.
618. Did u know that an animals yawn is based on how large their brain is, the bigger the brain the longer the yawn.
619. AskHole. A person who constantly asks for your advice, then does the exact opposite.
620. Adding salt to coffee make it less bitter. If you add a small pinch of salt to a cup of bitter coffee it will help cut the bitterness and produce a smoother drink.
621. The university of karueein is the oldest and still functioning university the world founded in 859A.D. Located In present day Morocco.
622. In ancient Greece and Rome doctors used spider webs as bandages for their patients as it has natural antiseptic and antifungal properties which prevents infections.
623. Elizabeth Hoad In 2019, a British woman married her dog. She explained that after four failed engagements, 220 dates, and a range of unsatisfactory experiences in the search for love, she had given up on the male of her species. Whereas, with her dog, she felt that he had saved her and she had saved him.
624. Jean-Michel Jarre’s 1997 concert, which marked the 850th anniversary of Moscow, was attended by over 3.5 million people, making it the most widely attended concert of all time.
625. Students in china Tie their Hair To the Ceiling To Stop themselves Falling Asleep While studing.
626. In Russia, a brown bear that was abandoned as a cub and raised by humans has now started a modelling career, working alongside both adults and children.
627. Penis fish or Gaebul is a traditional and very popular snack meal in South Korea & Asia.
628. Scientists have invented a bracelet that gives a shock when a user uses curse words or when doing any bad habits your working to change.
629. There is a machine that cares more about love than money. It gives free coca cola drink to people who hugs the machine and it is found in Singapore.
630. Rainbows can appear at night and they are called Moonbows. Although they’re rare, rainbows can occur at night when the moon is bright and illuminates the failling rainfall in the atmosphere.
631. The Longest eyelash, 12.40 cm grown by a women called You Jianxia In China.
632. There is an alarm clock that runs away and hide if you don’t get out of bed on time.
633. Russian man has married a pizza in Russian city of Tomsk, He said Love between two humans is a complicated wild thing. Pizza would not reject you or betray you.
634. There is an organization called Cuddle Party that holds parties where you cuddle with strangers & make new friends.
635. Babies under three months have more gold in their hair than older people. This comes from their mother’s breast milk.
636. The most crowded flight in history, A Boeing 747 with over 1,000 Ethiopian Jews on their way to Israel.
637. As many as 100 people in Germany die every year due to extreme method of masturbating, according to researchers in Germany.
638. The world record for the most people kissed is held by Alfred Wolfram of Minnesota who kissed 11,030 people in 8 hours, (that’s more than 16 people a minute) at a festival in 1998.
639. Thomas Edison invented an electric pen in 1876 that was later adopted to become the first tatoo machine in 1891.
640. The brain tells your body it is time to go to the bathroom when you see a toilet, making it harder to hold your urine as you get closer.
641. Before he wowed the world with his martial art, action star Jackie Chan did featured in porn movie in mid-1970s porno-comedy, known as All In The Family. The Hong Kong based porno comedy became a hit.
642. The average male spends nearly 43 minutes a day staring at ten different women.
643. According to NASA, the perfect nap should last no more than 26 minutes.
644. There is a symbol for question mark and exclamation points called interobang.
645. Did u know the original beauty and the beast was written in 1740 and was first ment to teach kids to accept arranged marriage.
646. Did u know the CIA developed a gun that can cause heart attacks back in 1957.
647. Real bees were used during the filming of cult horror classic Candyman. Before accepting the role, Tony Todd negotiated a $1,000 bonus every time he was stung. He was stung 23 times.
648. A girl of 50 kg wearing heels will exert more pressure on the ground than a 2700 kg elephant.
649. A man called Billy owen who is a Cancer Survivor, lost an eye and half his face to cancer, and used it to start a career as a zombie actor.
650. When we close our eyes it isn’t black we see its actually a color called EIGENGRAU.
651. Did u know that queen Victoria was the first person to wear white to her wedding which started it all, Before that women used to wear their best clothes to their wedding.
652. Scientists created a scientific version of marijuana called Dimethylheptylpyran. When smoked, it’ll keep you high for at least 2 days.
653. In country Kyrgyzstan, Horse milk is a favourite drink.
654. Oona Chaplin who played Robb’s stark’s wife in Game of thrones is Charlie Chaplin’s Grand daughter.
655. In 2008, Vladimir Putin released a DVD called Let’s Learn Judo with Vladimir Putin.
656. North Korea and Cuba are the only countries were you can’t buy Coca Cola.
657. Pigeon poop can dye the hair blonde. This is precisely the method that was used by Ancient Roman women.
658. There is a Village called Hokse in Nepal where almost everyone has sold one of their kidneys. The practice is so common there that the place has been nicknamed KIDNEY VILLAGE.
659. Did u know according to researchers our brains reaches its peak at age 35 and lasts till about 45.
660. Did u know 97% of people write their own first name when given a new pen.
661. Brushing your teeth is important but it’s more important to brush your tongue. That’s where bad breath starts.
662. A book entitled WHAT EVERY MAN THINKS ABOUT APART FROM SEX, consisting of 200 blank pages, surprisingly became a Bestseller and it also outsold Harry Porter on Amazon.
663. Everyday Is A Holiday Somewhere In The World.
664. The original story of Aladdin and the magical lamp was from China.
665. Walt Disney, creator of Disney had musophobia which is fear of mice and created Mickey mouse to help him get over his fear.
666. Mobile phone throwing is an international sport that started in Finland in the year 2000. It’s a sport in which participants throw mobile phones and are judged on distance or technique.
667. Simon Berger is an artist who has figured out a way to crack the glass so precisely that it creates an image of a face.
668. Lori and Chris Cobel lost their three children, two girls and a boy in a car accident. After a year, Lori gave birth to a triplet, two girls and a boy.
669. James Scoot the man that caused the great massive flood in America’s history he caused the flood just to leave his wife stuck so he could go to party and have an affair.
670. You breath warm air when you say haaah but cold when you say whooh.
671. Oil is cheaper than water in Venezuela and Saudi Arabia.
672. Gunpowder was discovered by the Chinese monks trying to make an elixir of life(Potion for Immortality).
673. Nicole Delien. The real life sleeping beauty, one time she slept 64 days in a row, she suffers a rare sleeping disorder known as Kleine-levin syndrome.
674. Overall, the Lord of the Rings series received 475 awards out of 800 nominations, making it the most awarded film series in movie history.
675. Pouring water on your head cools you down more effectively than drinking.
676. There is a mathematical theory and formula of why cords and earphones get tangled.
677. Watching porn temporarily shuts down part of your brain.
678. If Adolf Hitler father didn’t change their family’s last name the real name of Hitler would be Adolf Schicklgruber.
679. China is reportedly the first consumer of Snake Wine, while is an Alcoholic beverage produced by infusing the whole snake in grain alcohol.
680. To avoid facial wrinkles, a woman claims to have not smiled or laughed for 40 years, even after the birth of her daughter.
681. Scientists are planning to send millions of sperm and egg samples to moon as a back up plan in case human beings goes extinct. It would take about 250 Rocket Launches just to ship all of the samples on Moon.
682. That popular cartoon characters popeye was based on a real person named Frank rocky fiegel, a local tough guy similar to popeye physically.
683. When a person dies, their sense of hearing is the last to go. The first one is sight then taste, smell & Touch.
684. One gram of soil can contain several billion bacteria from thousands of different species. Many life forms make soil their home, and in turn most other animals depend upon them for food.
685. Humans can survive 3 weeks without food 3 days without water and 3 minutes without oxygen.
686. Lexie Alford. The Youngest Person to visit every country in the world, a total of 196 Countries.
687. When added to the hair and scalp, onion juice can provide extra sulfur to support strong and thick hair, thus preventing hair loss and promoting hair growth.
688. A British girl named Oliver Farnsworth is the only known case of chromosome 6 deletion. She doesn’t feel hunger, pain or the need to sleep. In 2016 she was hit by a car but felt no pain and had minor injuries. Her doctor have nicknamed her Bionic Girl.
689. Earth is the only known Planet where fire can burn. No other known planet has enough oxygen to produce fire.
690. You can get a stand up comedy master’s degree at the University of Kent.
691. The world record for the longest time without sleep is 11days by Randy Gardner in 1965. He was 17 years old at that time.
692. Peter Powers, a hypnotist from the UK, holds the record for the longest sleeping  without waking up where he slept for eight days straight.
693. The study also concluded that inability to recall dreams can be due to a lack of vitamin B6 in the diet.
694. It takes at least five minutes of inhaling an item soaked in chloroform to cause a person unconscious.
695. Kopi luwak is frequently called the rarest and most-expensive coffee in the world, which is an Indonesian coffee that is collected after being eaten, digested, and pooped out by a palm civet(small cat like animal).
696. Jessica Cox, born with a Congenital disease, she can write, type, drive a car, brush her hair and talk on her phone simply using her feet. She became the world’s first pilot with no arms.
697. The skin of all human beings is covered in stripes from head to toe, They are invisible to human eye and are only visible under Ultra violent light. They are called Blaschiko’s Lines.
698. Black Rice , also known as the Forbidden Rice, is one of the most nutritious food in the world.
699. Pretending you don’t have certain feelings might help you avoid expressing them publicly, but it doesn’t make them go away. In fact, holding back your emotions can actually intensify them.
700. Lucid dream is a dream where u realize that u are dreaming. You would have the ability to control your environment in your dream giving you the ability to do whatever you desire In your dream, meet anyone u want to or be anywhere u want to, a task anyone can accomplish with a few practices.
701. Su Niang, a 23 year old Burmese woman, is the owner of the smallest waist in the world, measuring 34.7 cm.
702. Barack Obama’s nickname at college was Barack Oganja due to his heavy Marijuana use.
703. People with sensitive noses are capable of smelling when it’s about to rain due to atmospheric chemicals reacting and creating ozone, which has a pungent, sweet smell.
704. Diabetic people have sweet urine because of this Diabetics urine can be made into whiskey because of the urines’s high suger content.
705. Yani williams holds the record for the longest Finger nails in the world measuring 576 cm.
706. A new material called magnetoelectric multiferroic has the potential to make a smartphone battery last for three months.
707. There’s a toilet themed restaurant in Taiwan, where food is served on miniature toilets.
708. Roberto Esquivel Cabrera has the world’s biggest penis measuring 48cm(18.9Inches).
709. In 2015 a Man in Algeria sued his new bride for fraud after seeing her without makup for the first time.
710. A man received the heart of a suicide victim, married his widow, and years later killed himself on the same way his donor did.
711. In 1985, a drunk student hijacked a Boeing airplane in Norway demanding to talk to the prime minister. He later surrendered in exchange for more beer.
712. Lina Mendina from peru is the youngest mother in history she gave birth when she was 5 years old in 1939.
713. The world’s longest recorded continuous fart lasted for 2 minutes and 42 second.
714. If you eat too many carrots your skin may turn into orange. The surprising fact is eating too many carrots, or other foods high in beta carotene, can cause a yellowish discoloration of the skin.
715. Kevin Fast, 56, is a Lutheran pastor, and one of the strongest men in the world. He has set more than 30 Guinness records, mostly for pulling heavy objects, such as fire trucks, houses and even an airplane.
716. The Word Testify Derived From A Time When Men Were Required To Swear On Their Testicles.
717. Getting stabbed by a pencil can leave a mark on your skin for decades because graphite particles are left in the dermis layer of the skin. The same layer of skin where tattoo ink is placed.
718. Designer Yi-Fei Chen has built a gun that transform tears into bullet.
719. Synesthesia is a neurological condition that can cause a person to see, smell and taste music.
720. In 1960 a company invented a cigarette with zero effects on health but all the other tobacco companies came together to save their cigarette bussiness and forced this company to kill the safer cigarette.
721. The word Pencil comes from a Latin word meaning Little Penis.
722. Ethiopia is one of the oldest nations in Africa. It still follows the ancient Julian calendar, so Ethiopians celebrate Christmas on january 7.
723. Carrier Pigeons are regularly used to smuggle drugs across borders and into prisons. A single pigeon can carry over $3000 worth of cocaine.
724. In 2007, Russian scientists celebrated after a cockroach named Hope became the first creature to give birth in space.
725. Balayam Is an exercise of rubbing nails together for at least 10 minutes per day. It boosts hair growth and reduce graying.
726. Your brain makes imaginary monsters when you stare into a mirror, especially in the dark.
727. More boys are born during times of war and stress no one knows why. The phenomenon is called Returning soldier effect.
728. World’s longest wedding dress Is about 8km(8,095m) long which is almost long enough to cover Mount Everest(8,848 m).
729. The Japanese people do not use signatures. Instead, they use seals with the person’s name in kanji. The stamps are called hanko.
730. Fastest species in the world. On Land – Cheetah with 109.4 to 120.7 km/hr. In Water – Sailfish with 109 km/hr. In Air – Peregrine Falcon with 389 km/hr.
731. Sleeping without a bra improves quality of sleep by over 95 percent and is an effective way of treating insomnia.
732. A male’s testicles hang at different lengths so they don’t damage each other or collide when running or sitting.
733. Adam Rainer was the only person in recorded history to have been both a dwarf and a giant. He Lived the first 20 years of his life as a dwarf with a height of 4’10 inches. Then he began to grow at an alarming rate and died a giant with a height of 7’1 inches.
734. One of the most mysterious place on earth is Lake Khiluk which is located in Canada. It is the most mineralized lake of the world, holds a unique chemical content and is said to cure different diseases.
735. There are currently 36 Countries in the world without an army or a standing Military. Some of them are, Costa Rica, Grenada, Kiribati, Iceland, Vatican City, Dominica, Mauritius, Andorra, Monaco, Panama.
736. Researchers claim that you can fool your mind into thinking that you are happy and smiling, if you put a pencil in between your teeth.
737. If you put a torch in a dog’s mouth, The light will come out of it’s rear end.
738. Having a hairy chest has been linked to higher intelligence in men.
739. Singapore means Lion City but there were no lions by nature ever lived in Singapore.
740. According to Guinness World Records, the longest sneezing is 976 days. Briton Donna Griffiths started sneezing on 13 January 1981 and stopped on 16 September 1983.
741. In Thailand, there are human zoos that exhibit humans with some irregularity such as a long neck.
742. Canada has a Semi Professional Women’s Pillow Fight League. The women participating hits so hard that it often causes severe injuries such as torn muscles and bruised kidneys.
743. Talking to your mother can have the same stress reducing effect as a hug.
744. Tickle was a form of torture used in ancient china on nobility because it left no mark and recovery was quick.
745. A single sperm contains 37.5 MB of DNA information Meaning that, during normal ejaculation, more than 11,250 TERA bytes of information is transmitted.
746. Coca Cola will eat away at the rust for you. Leave the rusty object submerged in Coke for an hour or overnight and then scrub off the rust.
747. Divorce is illegal in Philippines. The only way to end a marriage is to die.
748. Scientists have invented an injectable oxygen that lets you survive without breathing.
749. The world’s first meme was created in 1921.
750. The largest employer in the world is the Indian railway system, employing over a million people.
751. There is a fungus that when smelled can trigger spontaneous orgasm in women.
752. The royal house of Saudi Arabia has close to 10,000 princes and princesses.
753. There are stones in Romania called Trovants that grow and multiply after heavy rain falls.
754. There is a flower that literally looks like a lip and it’s called Hooker’s Lip.
755. Lips are 100 times more sensitive than the tips of the fingers. Not even genitals have as much sensitivity as lips.
756. There are more living organisms on the skin of a single human being than there are human beings on the surface of the earth.
757. If a person is born colorblind, they instantly have excellent night vision.
758. The average man has 11 erections per day and 9 erections a night.
759. Princess Qajar was considered the ultimate symbol of beauty in Persia(Iran) during the early 1900s. So much in fact a total of 13 young men killed themselves because she rejected their love.
760. The loss of interest and enjoyment in all activities that you once liked or the feeling of not caring anymore is called as Anhedonia.
761. If you yelled for 8 years, 7 months and 6 days, you would have produced just enough sound energy to heat up one cup of coffee.
762. Chrysippus (c. 280 to 207 B.C.E.) Chrysippus was among the most influential philosophers in ancient greek. He died laughing at his own jokes.
763. Being Hit by lightning causes weird skin designs called Lichtenberg figure.
764. The Rungrado May Day Stadium in Pyongyang, North Korea, is the world’s largest stadium with a seating capacity of 114,000.
765. In Bolivia, there is a festival called Tinku Festival where people meet up every year to beat the crap out of each other for 2 days straight.
766. The random feeling of insects crawling on you is called formication. it’s is caused by tiny hair on your skin moving.
767. Female Mosquitos Will Obtain Blood From Humans And Animals, But Only To Nourish Their Eggs. Their Food Actually Consists Of Nectar And Other Plant Juices.
768. The Only Lizard That Has A Voice Is The Gecko. So the common lizard that is found around houses don’t make sounds they are mute.
769. In Japan 90 to 95 percent smartphones are water proof, rather than water resistant because in Japan 90 to 95% people use their phone mainly in shower.
770. The inventor of vaseline, Robert Chesebrough ate a spoonful of the stuff every single day.
771. Masanobu Soto from Japan made it into Guinness world record by masturbating for 9 hours and 58 minutes.
772. There is a fish that, when eaten causes severe hallucinations lasting up to 36 hours. It was a party drug during the Roman Empire.
773. Eggs boiled in the urine of young virgin boys is considered a traditional delicacy in some regions of China.
774. Capitan, a German shepherd dog, has slept on his owner’s grave for six years. The craziest part is, he was never showed the gravesite, he found it himself.
775. In Algeria, Women make up 70% of Algeria’s lawyers and 60% of its judges. Women dominate medicine. Increasingly, women contribute more to household income than men. 60% of university students are women.
776. In country Bhutan, most of the buildings are decorated with erect penises. They believe that an erect penis keeps away evil people, spirits, and gossip.
777. Most korean people dont have armpit odor. Only 0.006% of the korean popularion have the ABCC11 gene, which is the cause of armpit odor. Which explains why deodorants are not so popular in korea.
778. The Water In The Dead Sea Is So Salty That Its Easier To Float Than Sink.
779. Scientists Have Actually Performed Brain Surgery On Cockroaches.
780. The body can detect taste in 0.0015 seconds,which is faster than the blink of an eye.
781. Rice Flour Was Used To Strengthen Some Of The Bricks That Make Up The Great Wall Of China.
782. Of All The Countries, Brazil Has The Most Plant Species, With Over 56,000.
783. There is a festival celebrated in Nepal for dogs called Kukur Tihar, solely to thanking dogs for their loyalty and friendship.
784. Huamns have been infected by so many viruses that 8 percent of our DNA is made up of them.
785. Lions are the national animal of Albania, Belgium, Bulgaria, England, Ethiopia, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Singapore.
786. There’s a lake under Antarctica that is 25 million years old called Lake Vostok.
787. German Shepherds bite humans more than any other breed of dog. They stopped the experiment after 9 months because their son actually started behaving more like a chimp.
788. The number of births in India each year is greater than the entire population of Australia.
789. It takes only 8 minutes for sunlight to travel from the sun to the earth, which also means, if you see the sun go out, it actually went out 8 minutes ago.
790. There are more statues of lions throughout the world than there are real lions in the wild.
791. The highest number of birthdays are in August, the lowest number of birthdays are in February, and more serial killers are born in November.
792. Our mouths produce more saliva before we vomit to protect our teeth from erosion. The acidity in vomit is enough to wear them down.
793. It costs about 3 cents to make a $1 bill in the United States.
794. Picasso burned most of his early work to keep his apartment warm because he was poor.
795. Elections are held in North Korea every 4 to 5 years. Kim Jong-un is the only person on the ballot.
796. If you sneeze while driving at 60 mph, you may travel 50 feet/15 meter with your eyes closed, according to a study.
797. The interesting fact about the internet is that more than 50% of its traffic is not by humans but by bots.
798. When he was in high school, Bill Gates hacked his school’s program codes, so he would be placed in classes with mostly female students.
799. On the orignal comic book Superman didnt fly he could just jump really high it wasnt until 1941 when the authors were tired of drawing superman bending his knee and so they gave him the power to fly.
800. America’s first female self made millionaire was a black woman.
801. After trying cocaine once, it rewires your brain chemistry to want it again.
802. Tobacco is projected to kill 1 billion people in the next century.
803. Drinking alcohol makes smiling contagious among men.
804. When a secretary at Apple was late because of car trouble, Steve Jobs gave her a Jaguar and said, Don’t be late anymore.
805. Some people can remember every day of their lives, the condition is called, Hyperthymesia.
806. Besides humans, short finned pilot whales and killer whales are the only species that go through menopause.
807. To stop the hiccups, breathe in as far as you can. Hold that breath for a 10 full seconds, and swallow before you breathe out.
808. Gallium is a metal that can melt on human hands.
809. 70 percent of the oxygen we breathe is produced by the ocean.
810. Enabling airplane mode on your cellphone will help it charge faster.
811. Unborn babies drink their own urine.
812. Men who smoke lose the Y chromosome more frequently than non smokers, according to research.
813. If you have the right kind of yeast in your stomach, you can become drunk just from eating carbohydrates.
814. In Saudi Arabia, India, Pakistan, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Iran, Valentine’s Day is banned.
815. In 1998, a Georgia student was suspended for wearing a Pepsi shirt to Coke Education Day.
816. You can get longer nails by applying olive oil to help them grow.
817. The more stressed you are, the slower your wounds and illnesses heal.
818. Plants have ways of communicating with each other. The scent of freshly cut grass is equivalent to a cry for help.
819. The 100 folds in a chefs hat represent 100 ways to cook an egg.
820. Newborn babies cant drown because their windpipes close as a reflex which disappers after 6 months.
821. Dieffenbachia, also known as the mother-in-law plant, can cause temporary inability to speak.
822. If the world population consumed as much as the average American, we would need the resources of 5 Earths to survive.
823. Beast from Beauty and the Beast has the head of a buffalo, body of a bear, mane of a lion, tusks of a boar, with the legs of a wolf.
824. The trend of wearing sagging jeans actually began in prison when inmates were not allowed to wear belts.
825. For 26 years, Donald Trump has been sending photos of his hands to a magazine editor who called him a short fingered vulgarian.
826. Tupac’s last words were to a police officer. They were Fuck You.
827. The Aztecs were one of the first people in the world to have mandatory education for nearly all children, regardless of gender, rank, or station.
828. There is a town in France named Condom.
829. Ecclesiophobia is the fear of churches.
830. Only 1 person out of every 2 billion will live to be 116 years of age.
831. Borborygmi is the noise or sound which our stomach makes when we are hungry.
832. If you are drunk and have the urge to vomit, taking short rapid breaths can help it go away.
833. As a child, Beyoncé charged her parents house guests $5 each to watch her perform.
834. Women who take acetaminophen (Tylenol, Midol, Excedrin) while pregnant may be more likely to have kids who develop behavioral problems.
835. Heroin, Cocaine, and LSD are 3 of the 10 most expensive materials in the entire world.
836. Squirrels masturbate to avoid catching STIs.
837. An increasing number of elderly Japanese people are committing small crimes so they can live in prison for free. People aged 65+ now make up more than a quarter of the prison population in Japan.
838. In Colombia, dried ants replace popcorn as the typical movie theater snack.
839. Lightning is hotter than the surface of the sun.
840. Your brain receives about 100 million pieces of information at any one moment from your eyes, nose, ears, skin and receptors inside your body.
841. Apatheism is not caring whether or not a God exists.
842. Google offers employees free condoms that come in blue, red, green, and yellow and have the phrase I’m Feeling Lucky printed on them.
843. Pentheraphobia is the intense and disproportionate fear of your mother in law.
844. 80 percent of people have at one time found themselves subconsciously singing a song they hate.
845. Smoking can shorten your penis by as much as a centimeter.
846. Blue jeans are illegal in North Korea because they are a symbol of American imperialism.
847. Human yawns are contagious, not only to other people, but to dogs, as well.
848. Surgeons who regularly play video games make 37% fewer errors and perform tasks 27% faster than their peers.
849. Researchers estimate that two-thirds of humans have no idea what they’re good at or what their strengths are.
850. A billionaire once had his name written on an island big enough to be seen from space.
851. There was a third Apple founder. Ronald Wayne sold his 10 percent stake for $800 in 1976.
852. Syngenesophobia is the fear of relatives.
853. Humans actually have 15 other senses which include things like balance, temperature, internal senses for suffocation, thirst and fullness.
854. 75% of all suicide attempts are by self poisoning, and 97% of those cases survive.
855. Reciprocal liking is when you show interest in someone because they showed interest in you.
856. There are actually 4 types of hand orientations: right-handed, left-handed, ambidextrous and mixed-handed.
857. A loyal dog once stopped his owner from committing suicide by knocking the gun out of the owner’s hand.
858. The most used line in movies is Let’s get out of here.
859. Einstein’s brain was taken without his written consent after he died and was cut into 240 pieces.
860. Boys are about 3 times more likely to be diagnosed with attention deficit disorder (ADD) than girls are.
861. Melania Trump is the second First Lady in history to have been born outside of the U.S.
862. Bill Gates told his University professors that he would become a millionaire by age 30. He became a billionaire at age 31.
863. In late 18th century there was a professional farter who could mimic cannon fire, thunderstorms, and play short tunes by simply farting.
864. Psychic Masturbation or P. Orgasm is the rare ability to think one’s self to an orgasm without touching.
865. In Sweden, it is legal to be a prostitute, but it is illegal to be a customer of a prostitute.
866. World’s shortest horror story consists of only two sentences. The last man on Earth sat alone in a room. There was a knock on the door.
867. The world’s most expensive car was a 1963 Bugatti 57SC Atlantic, which sold at auction for nearly $40 million.
868. It is possible for a fetus in the womb to get hiccups.
869. The country of Sweden has not been at war since 1814.
870. The brain has an automatic penis maintenance function to force erections if unused for too long.
871. There are about 2.5 billion likes on Instagram daily.
872. Cypridophobia is the fear of prostitutes.
873. In the US, people can be rejected from joining the police force if they are too intelligent.
874. Someone is a victim of cyber crime every 10 minutes .
875. Muhammad Ali actually threw his Olympic gold medal into a river as a way to protest racial discrimination in America.
876. One out of every 2,000 newborn infants has a tooth when they are born.
877. President Kennedy was the fastest random speaker in the world with upwards of 350 words per minute.
878. 12/12/12 was the last repetitive date you saw in your lifetime.
879. The condom is named after the Earl of Condom who invented the device for his patient, King Charles II.
880. A Michigan woman gave birth to her babies on 8/8/8, 9/9/9 and 10/10/10.
881. Babies are born with no bacteria in their bodies.
882. Semen contains estrogen and prostaglandins, both component are known to lower levels of depression in women.
883. Lil Wayne was only 15 years old when he had his first kid.
884. There are more atoms in a single grain of sand than there are grains of sand on Earth.
885. Twitter’s bird is called Larry.
886. Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotamateaturipukakapikimaungahoronukupokaiwhenuakitanatahu is the longest place-name in English.
887. Wedding cake was originally thrown at the bride and groom, instead of eaten by them.
888. Marvel has a superhero named Throg. He is a frog that has the power of Thor.
889. The idea of painting fingernails originated in China, where the color of someone’s nails indicated their social rank.
890. Tupac Shakur’s album Me Against the World was number 1 on the Billboard charts making him the first artist to accomplish this while in prison.
891. 38.4 percent of the Vietnamese population has the last name Nguyen.
892. The movie Tangled was originally supposed to be called Rapunzel but Disney changed the name to appeal to more boys.
893. The principal use for nicotine other than for cigarettes is in insecticide.
894. On his death bed Steve Jobs refused to wear an oxygen mask as he felt it was poorly designed.
895. Because of its prison system, the US is the only country in the world where more men are raped than women.
896. Bill Gates graduated high school in 1973 and scored 1590 of 1600 on the SAT.
897. When a pregnant woman exercises, she makes her baby’s heart healthier.
898. Portugal decriminalized all drugs eleven years ago and the number of addicts has decreased by 50% since then.
899. Oxford English Dictionary has officially included the words Trolled, Lolz and Mwahahaha.
900. The flavoring used in Coca-Cola is still extracted from the same plant used in cocaine, it is the only company allowed to import it in US.
901. George Washington became sterile after contracting smallpox. He never had any kids.
902. Brushing your teeth regularly has been shown to prevent heart disease.
903. Only 20 countries in the world produce diamonds. The top 5 are Australia, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Botswana, Russia and South Africa.
904. Photic Sneeze Reflex or Sun Sneezing is a condition affecting a quarter of the population and makes them sneeze after looking into light.
905. In 1831, a 93-year-old man and a 105-year-old woman got married, and both died of old age the next day.
906. To the Kikuyu tribe of central Kenya, the number 10 is so feared that no one speaks it aloud, they just skip that number when counting.
907. In London, there’s a rain room that makes rain fall everywhere in the room except the spot you’re standing in.
908. Best friends tend to have secret code names for people they dislike.
909. Stephen Hawking was told that he had two years to live by doctors back in 1963. He died in 2018.
910. Will Smith was filming Fresh Prince of Bel Air at the same time as both Bad Boys & Independence day.
911. In 2006, a plan called the World Jump Day told people to jump at the same time in order to knock Earth from its orbit to stop Global Warming
912. Only children with obese parents have twice the risk of becoming obese themselves, as compared to only children whose parents are not obesed.
913. Men have one extra gene which is responsible for aggression when stressed.
914. Moms give off a certain odor when they’re afraid, which is how babies learn what to fear.
915. People who were bullied in their childhood are more likely to commit crimes as adults.
916. Hungirsty is a word that best describes the feeling of thirst and hunger all at once.
917. If you search for elgooG on Google, it will take you to a Google website that is completely backwards .
918. Shoppers buy more from attractive sales people.
919. In some cultures, people eat dead people in pursuit of super powers or immortality.
920. An airplane’s black box is actually orange so it can easily be found in case of an accident.
921. Before he became Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Tony Blair spent a brief period pursuing a career as a stand up comedian.
922. Real diamonds don’t show up on x-ray images.
923. The whole Harry Potter series contains 199 chapters, 4,224 pages and 1,090,739 words and has been made into 19 hours and 39 minutes of film.
924. In ancient times, umbrellas were a symbol of femininity, and only women would use them.
925. Lamborghini cars were invented when the Lamborghini tractor company was insulted by the creator of Ferrari.
926. Thursday is named after Thor The god of Thunder.
927. If two people are having a dispute, the angrier one is usually wrong. This is because anger clouds judgement.
928. A restaurant in London once sold ice cream made with breast milk.
929. A new porn film is created in the U.S every 39 minutes.
930. A Church that worships the penis does in fact exist. This Canadian church also has regular group masturbating sessions.
931. The inventor of the television would not let his own children watch TV.
932. Rapper 2 Chainz played college basketball, and graduated with a 4.0 GPA in 3 years at a 4 year school. Never judge a book by it’s cover.
933. During an interview when Adele was asked about her weight and figure, she replied I don’t make music for eyes. I make music for ears.
934. Las Vegas is the brightest city on Earth according to NASA.
935. Paraguay is the only nation that currently has a flag with two different sides.Some people can wake up at the right time just by anticipating it. Their bodies start producing stress hormones one hour before waking.
936. Black tattoos are the easiest to remove with lasers, since they absorb most wavelengths of light.
937. 1 billion seconds = 32 years.
938. Not the mosquitoes by themselves but the viruses, bacteria and parasites they carry that transmits through their bites.
939. Studies show that movies and books are better when you experience them for a second time.
940. The French footballer Lucien Laurent scored the first ever World Cup goal, against Mexico in 1930.
941. You can’t work in Antarctica unless you’ve had your wisdom teeth and appendix removed.
942. If you are right handed, you will tend to chew food on your right side. If you are left handed, you likely to chew food on your left side.
943. To an observer standing on Pluto, the sun would appear no brighter than Venus appears in our evening sky.
944. Forgive others. Not because they deserve forgiveness, but because you deserve peace.
945. 78 percent of the time, the people who are always trying to cheer others up are unhappy themselves.
946. 76 percent of the richest people on Earth were high school and college dropouts.
947. In 2011, the United Nations declared Internet access a human right, and disconnecting people from it is against international law.
948. Studies have found that people touch their face 16 to 23 times every hour.
949. When you have to make a choice, and every choice is a bad one, it’s called a zugzwang.
950. When you eat to much food, it actually Reduces the ability to hear.
951. The 93 percent of water Melon is water.
952. Only humans have ability to sleep on their backs.
953. 150 people die each year from being hit by falling coconut.
954. Every year, about 86,000 people are injured by tripping over their pets.
955. If you’re having trouble sleeping, try blinking 100 to 200 times. It will get your eyes heavy and lazy and make your brian tired from counting.
956. Semen contains the same amount of Vitamin C as an orange.
957. Newborn infants stare at attractive faces longer than unattractive ones.
958. Although humans account for only 0.01% of life on Earth, we’re responsible for destroying 83% of wild mammals and 50% of all plant life.
959. Limerence is the technical term for having a crush on a person.
960. If you had 1 billion dollars and spent $1,000 a day, it would take you 2,749 years to spend it all.
961. When cleaning your room, start with making your bed. It will make everything around it look out of place and it will motivate you to clean.
962. Did you know DIET stands for, Did I Eat That.
963. The average person gets 9,672 minor injuries in a lifetime.
964. Fidel Castro banned the game Monopoly from Cuba in 1959.
965. It would take 5 million houseflies to lift a 110 pound person off the ground.
966. One cigarette contains enough toxic ingredients to possibly kill a person if those ingredients were directly injected into bloodstream.
967. Your left armpit produces more odor than your right one.
968. The brain naturally craves 4 things: Food, Sex, Water and Sleep.
969. In the next 30 seconds, you will, on average, produce 72 million red blood cells, shed 174,000 skin cells, and have 25 thoughts.
970. Sperm is highly effective in treating wrinkles, and anti wrinkle products use similar materials to sperm because of how well it works.
971. Shakira can speak English, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic and Italian fluently.
972. Humans are unable to taste pure water, but it does have a taste.
973. The White House is worth about $995 million.
974. Anyone can apply to be a NASA astronaut, all you need are advanced degrees in biology, science, or math and 1000 hours of jet piloting.
975. Saudi oil costs about $2 to produce and sells for around $100.
976. Cigarettes filters change colors because they’re designed to, not because they’re actually trapping smoke. They’re just meant to trick consumers into thinking they’re filtering out some bad stuff.
977. Oprah Winfrey’s production company Harpo is Oprah spelt backwards.
978. The recovery time after eating the hottest pepper in the world is 14 hours.
979. The planet Mars has a flag.
980. Studies suggest that left handed people are more talented in spatial awareness, math and architecture.
981. Silent and Listen are spelled with the same letters.
982. 72 percent of people pretend to text while being involved in awkward situations.
983. Repeatedly hearing a lie actually makes us believe on it. This is called Illusion of Truth and it can effect all humans.
984. If someone is talking behind your back, that means that your life is obviously more interesting than theirs.
985. More than 95 percent of people do not like their first ever sip of beer, wine, coffee and their first cigarette.
986. William Shakespeare died on his birthday.
987. Nearly 60 million Christmas trees are grown each year in Europe.
988. Bluetooth technology was invented in 1994 by engineers at Ericsson, a Swedish company.
989. Christmas wasn’t declared an official holiday in the United States until June 26, 1870.
990. You cannot block Zuckerberg on Facebook.
991. Stick a cucumber to the roof of your mouth for thirty seconds to get rid of bad breath.
992. Sleep is viewed as an escape, the same is said about music. Both promote mental and emotional stability.
993. A 2010 study found that students who meditated for 10 minutes before an exam scored almost a grade higher on average.
994. Intelligent people tend to care less about the opinions of others, they also enjoy being alone because of great sense of self.
995. Over thinking is psychologically harmful because the mind replays negative experiences in an endless loop which causes emotional stress.
996. The most push-ups ever performed by one person in one day was 46,001.
997. Your height is generally determined by your father. Intelligence, emotional strength and body shape is determined by the mother.
998. Apples, pears, cherries and strawberries are all members of the rose family.
999. Dancing, singing and masturbating are all proven ways to fight depression.
1000. It’s impossible for a female to use both of her elbows to touch her belly button. But men can easily do it.
1001. Women cry on average between 30 and 64 times a year, while men cry between 6 and 17 times.
1002. Each 7 years, you lose about half of your friends and replace them with new people.
1003. After serving a two year transfer ban due to FIFA rule violations, Barcelona signed 77 soccer players in a single day.
1004. Bees are directly responsible for the production of 70 percent of fruits, vegetables, seeds, and nuts that we consume on a daily basis.
1005. Kissing can aid in reducing tooth decay. This is because the extra saliva helps in keeping the mouth clean.
1006. Since the beginning of recorded history, the world has been at peace for a total of 268 years – only 8% of the time.
1007. If sugar is applied on a cut, it will help in the healing process and will also stop the blood flow.
1008. Spending a great amount of time with someone can literally cause you to pick up their habits.
1009. Six people can feast on one ostrich egg for breakfast.
1010. According to one survey, 95% of people claim they get nervous when they hear we need to talk.
1011. In hawaii A flower worn on the left ear signifies that the girl is no more single.
1012. Drinking 2 cups of cold water on an empty stomach can boost metabolism by 30%.
1013. We know more about space than we do about deep in our oceans.
1014. You may gain 20% more muscle strength by working out in the afternoon instead of the morning, according to a study.
1015. Most woman’s breasts aren’t identical, one is usually about a fifth of a cup bigger than the other.
1016. People kill about 1,776 animals for food every second of every day.
1017. Tupac was first inspired to rap when a friend of his was killed while playing with a gun. His first song was about gun control.
1018. If two identical twin women were to marry identical twin men, their children would genetically be siblings.
1019. Australia is the only country in the world where more Americans immigrate to it than its own citizens immigrate to the U.S.
1020. When you eat fruit, you are eating the plant’s ovaries.
1021. When put under the microscope, crying over grief, hope, or onions all produced a unique tear.
1022. Luxembourg is first country to make all public transport free.
1023. Babies are born with pink lungs but they darken in color as we breathe in polluted air.
1024. Everyone has a completely unique smell (except for twins).
1025. The Mexican Drug Cartels made a combined estimate of $29 billion dollars in 2010 about the same as Google.
1026. Scientists have proven that humans can stay alive for many months by only drinking water and beer.
1027. Green and red peppers are not distinct varieties. Rather, green peppers are simply immature versions of red peppers. 
1028. The spinal cord doesn’t take all commands from the brain. It’s able to send signals directly to the muscles when necessary.
1029. You can’t snap your fingers inside your mouth.
1030. Employees of Ferrari are not allowed to buy Ferrari cars.
1031. Charlie Chaplin body was stolen after 3 months of his death.
1032. Proportional theory suggests that time seems to speed up as we age because every year we live is a smaller percentage of the total amount of time we’ve been alive.
1033. Facebook makes people depressed because it leads them to believe that their friends and family are happier than they actually are.
1034. The literal meaning of Once in a blue moon is once every 2.7 years.
1035. A small dose of Sodium pentothal when injected makes you unable to lie and reveal everything you know.
1036. You instinctively stretch in the morning to realign your muscles, improve your circulation, and get more flexible.
1037. As your brain gets used to alcohol, it tries to restore itself to a healthy state. When the alcohol suddenly wears off, it has to readjust again, causing the shakes and increased anxiety.
1038. Jehovah’s Witnesses don’t vote for political parties or candidates because of their interpretation of the Bible.
1039. Your decisions are more rational when thought in another language. This is because using a foreign language reduces decision making biases.
1040. One of the most significant differences between a ship and a boat is. A ship can carry a boat, but a boat cannot carry a ship.
1041. The faster you eat, the more weight you’re likely to gain.
1042. 50% of Internet users will quit waiting for a video to load after 10 seconds.
1043. 1 billion people speak English. That’s 1 in every 7 on Earth.The cells in your body react to everything that your mind says. Negativity brings down your immune system.
1044. Stephen Hawking once threw a party for time travelers on June 28, 2009 but he only announced the party the next day. No one showed up.
1045. Pirates wore earrings because they believed it improved their eyesight.
1046. 82% teens don’t ring the doorbell. They text or call to say they’re outside.
1047. the 1st full length animated film was released by Disney Studios in 1937 (it was Snow White and the seven dwarfs).
1048. Everyone on earth is born with the ability to wiggle their ears, but if you don’t learn how early on, the muscle atrophies and you can’t learn any longer.
1049. Did you know your most sensitive finger is your index finger (closest to your thumb).
1050. If caught in a burning building, get low. The breathable air will be near the floor.
1051. Psychology says, when we’re constantly wishing for something, we overlook everything we already have.
1052. A person usually makes a lot of hand gestures when telling a true story. When telling a lie a person’s hands will stay noticeably still.
1053. Intelligent people have the ability to enhance the intelligence of those in their social circle.
1054. While they are commonly referred to as Bamboo Trees, bamboo aren’t trees at all, they’re grass.
1055. Most people can hold their breath approximately 30 seconds up to 2 minutes if you are in excellent health.
1056. The 3 most common languages in the world are Mandarin Chinese, Spanish and English.
1057. The Hawaiian alphabet has only 12 letters.
1058. The average American works 24,000 hours in their lifetime just to pay their taxes.
1059. Morgan Freeman didn’t appear in a movie until age 34, and didn’t get a big role until he was 52, with Driving Miss Daisy and Glory.
1060. Airlines often sell more seats than they have available because only around 90% of passengers show up for their flights.
1061. The word Bae, used by many as a replacement for Baby, is the Danish word for Poop.
1062. Tom Cruise broke his right leg while jumping from roof to roof in the new mission impossible.
1063. During your life time, you’ll eat about 60,000 pounds of food that’s the weight of about 6 elephants.
1064. A man once robbed a bank for $1 so he could be arrested and sent to jail for free medical health care.
1065. A protein in human saliva called histatin can help wounds heal faster. Licking Your Wounds works.
1066. People with smartphones unlock their phone around 110 times each day.
1067. Humans start lying by the age of four.
1068. There is a common misbelief that because the browser is named Firefox, the logo must be a fox. Surprisingly, the cute furry creature in the logo is actually a red panda.
1069. Titanic was the first movie to make more than $1 billion. Avatar was the second.
1070. The average person laughs 10 times a day.
1071. The number of seconds between when you see lightning and hear thunder divided by 5 is equals to how many miles away the lightning is.
1072. The only sense that doesn’t fully rest when we are sleeping is our hearing.
1073. Research suggests that when someone disagrees with you, you should speak faster so they have less time to process what you’re saying.
1074. If you could drive your car straight up you would arrive in space in just over an hour.
1075. In 1984, a police detective named Robert Cunningham asked a waitress to help him choose his lottery numbers. When he won, he tipped her half the winnings which was $3 million.
1076. Over 30 million Facebook accounts belong to dead people.
1077. If you are at least 6 feet 2 inches tall, you are taller than 94% of the world.
1078. Drinking green tea before bed allows your body to burn calories while sleeping. Green tea also increases your metabolism.
1079. Sprite can break down acetaldehyde, a metabolite of ethanol, making it an effective hangover curing drink.
1080. The least successful Harry Potter move earned about $90 million more than the most successful Twilight movie.
1081. Dr. Ignaz Semmelweis. The doctor who discovered that hand washing prevented the spread of disease was thrown in a mental institution for his crazy ideas.
1082. Scientists say the brain purposely forgets certain memories in order to avoid information overload, and emotional hangovers.
1083. There are more phone calls placed on Mother’s Day than any other day of the year.
1084. About 70% of the world’s spices come from India.
1085. Your eye color can change during childhood, puberty or pregnancy.
1086. You can’t kill yourself by holding your breath.
1087. If you combine all the ants in the world, they’ll weigh about the same as if you combine all the people.
1088. In Russia, it is illegal to tell kids that gay people exist.
1089. Martin Luther King died when he was 39 years old. An autopsy found that he actually had the heart of a 60 year old from stress.
1090. Potato chips were invented after a chef lost his temper with a customer who kept asking for his potatoes to be more fried and thinner.
1091. When he was alive, Michael Jackson held the Guinness World Record for the most charities supported by a pop star.
1092. Compared to men’s jobs, women’s jobs are less likely to be taken over by robots in the future, according to research.
1093. Fast food restaurants use yellow, red, and orange because those are the colors that stimulate hunger.
1094. According to a study, kids as young as 4 years old just want to be friends with other kids who know the same songs they do.
1095. A man named Robert Lane named his two sons Winner and Loser. Winner grew up to be a criminal, and Loser became a detective.
1096. Anger triggers the region of the brain associated with honesty, which is when the truth comes out.
1097. Around 7% of all wars in history were religiously motivated.
1098. If you are nominated for an Oscar and lose, you get a $50,000 consolation prize.
1099. 15% of iPhone users use an iPhone with a broken screen.
1100. In America you will see an average of 500 advertisements a day.
1101. Soaking your feet in hot water can help reduce Headache and make your head feel better.
1102. Giving birth is the second most painful thing a human can experience. The first is being burned alive.
1103. 4.8 billion people own mobile phones whereas only 4.2 billion own a toothbrush.
1104. 50% of humans stop growing in height when they reach 16 years of age.
1105. Antibiotics will do absolutely nothing for a cold, cough or the flu as they are viral infections, not bacterial.
1106. All the blood in our body passes 400 times through each kidney per day.
1107. The tradition of men walking on the right side of women is such, so that they can easily pull out swords in case of a sudden attack.
1108. 80% of people remain quiet even when they really want to say something in order to avoid an argument with someone they care about.
1109. On average, cyclists go 70 seconds faster if they have shaved legs.
1110. Cher was the first actress to show her belly button on TV in 1975.
1111. Applying vodka on your face cleanses the skin, tightens pores and can prevent acne breakouts.
1112. The Great Wall of China is approximately 6,430 Km long (3,995 miles).
1113. All the blinking in one day equates to having your eyes closed for 30 minutes.
1114. Footprints left on the Moon won’t disappear as there is no wind.
1115. Dogs have faithfully lived with humans for over 14,000 years.
1116. Risk taking is contagious. You’re more likely to take a risk on something if you see someone else do it first, even if you don’t know the outcome of their choice.
1117. Super Mario wears a hat because his creator, Shigeru Miyamoto, couldn’t draw hair.
1118. Thomas Edison accidentally discovered photocopying when he was using paraffin to try to improve telegraph tape in 1875.
1119. Putrescine, one of the smelly chemicals produced by rotting dead bodies, is also partly responsible for bad breath.
1120. The dollar sign was adopted to signify the US currency in 1785. It probably comes from the Spanish coat of arms, which shows the two Pillars of Hercules with an S-shaped ribbon running through them.
1121. Orgasnom is a term used to describe the chills you get after eating something extremely delicious.
1122. Every Alaskan citizen over the age of 6 months receives an oil dividend check of about $1000 per year.
1123. Because the English language is so complex, every day the average person will create a sentence that has never been said before.
1124. In 2005, a psychologist and an economist taught a group of monkeys the concept of money. Soon, the monkeys began to engage in prostitution.
1125. Your entire life consists of: Education for 12 years, College for 4 years, working until you die.
1126. A ball of glass will bounce higher than a ball of rubber. A ball of solid steel will bounce higher than one made entirely of glass.
1127. Outside the USA, Ireland is the largest software producing country in the world.
1128. The oldest condoms ever found date back to the 1640s (they were found in a cesspit at Dudley Castle), and were made from animal & fish intestines.
1129. The largest taxi fleet in the world is found in Mexico City. The city boasts a fleet of over 60,000 taxis.
1130. Within three days of death, the enzymes that once digested your dinner begin to eat you.
1131. Taking fruits in an empty stomach can prevent graying hair, nervous outbursts, balding and dark circles under the eyes.
1132. Movie trailers were originally shown after the movie, which is why they were called trailers.
1133. A Moment technically means 90 seconds.
1134. Shakespeare invented the name Jessica.
1135. An average size tree can provide enough wood to make 170,100 pencils.
1136. The ancient Egyptians kissed with their noses instead of their lips.
1137. The recommended intake of added sugar in our diet is 6 to 9 teaspoons. The average American takes in 20.
1138. The average pencil holds enough graphite to draw a line about 35 miles (56.327 km) long  or to write roughly 45,000 words. History does not record anyone testing this statistic.
1139. Saint Nicholas, also known as Santa Claus, was born in an unknown month of 270 AD so he would now be 1,749 years old.
1140. Dropped your phone in water? put it in a bag of rice. The rice will absorb the water.
1141. South Koreans do not believe that you should write a person’s name in red ink. Traditional beliefs say that this means that a person is dead or about to die.
1142. Samsung is 38 years and 1 month older than Apple.
1143. Over 20% of South Koreans have the last name Kim. Other common last names are Park and Lee.
1144. People are generally more honest when physically tired. This is why people confess things during late night conversations.
1145. South Korean men love makeup, spending close to US$900 million a year, or a quarter of the world’s men’s cosmetics. Up to 20% of the male Korean population is reported to use makeup regularly.
1146. Unless food is mixed with saliva you can’t taste it.
1147. In Tibet, it is considered good manners to stick out your tongue at someone.
1148. India has the lowest divorce rate in the world. Out of 1000 marriages, only 13 result in divorce.
1149. Our brains do not recognize people by their entire face, but from their eyes and other key features on the person’s face.
1150. Under extremely high pressure, peanut butter can be turned into diamonds.
1151. If you are in for a long drive at night, listen to comedians while driving. It’s impossible to fall asleep while laughing.
1152. You are more likely to remember something you’ve written in blue ink than something you’ve written in black ink.
1153. Usually, the people with the best advice are the ones with the most problems.
1154. A man once used his tractor to crush 8 police cars because he was mad over a marijuana arrest.
1155. If you ever get trapped underwater in your car, use your car seat headrest to break the window.
1156. Spiders hate peppermint oil. Put some in a squirt bottle with water, spray your garage and all door frames, then watch the spiders run!
1157. People are more likely to return a lost wallet if they find a baby picture inside of it.
1158. On camera, wearing yellow makes you look bigger and wearing green makes you look smaller.
1159. Traveling can make you smarter, more creative and improve your problem-solving abilities.
1160. World’s luckiest man escaped derailed train, door-less plane, bus crash, car in flames, another 2 car accidents & won $1,000,000 on lottery.
1161. Blind people understand spoken words quicker than sighted people.
1162. Benjamin Franklin wasn’t trusted to write the Declaration of Independence as it was feared he would put a joke in it.
1163. South Africa is the only country to stop it’s nuclear program voluntarily.
1164. Around 59 billion animals are killed per year to feed Americans.
1165. Rubbing a banana peel on mosquito bites can help stop the itching.
1166. In 1567, the man said to have the longest beard in the world died after he tripped over his beard running away from a fire.
1167. The human body has 4 million pain sensitive structures.
1168. Women are born better smellers than men and remain better smellers over life.
1169. Collectively, the population of Oklahoma spends about 3.5 million days hunting each year.
1170. Walt Disney was a high school dropout.
1171. Nicotine is a drug found naturally in tobacco. It’s as addictive as heroin and cocaine.
1172. Ostrich farms routinely have difficulties getting male ostriches to breed, because they often find their human caretakers more attractive than female ostriches.
1173. When meeting someone for the 1st time, ask them what they LIKE to do, rather than what they do. It’ll get them excited.
1174. Find three hobbies. One to make you money, one to keep you in shape, and one to keep you creative.
1175. Research finds that kids who enjoy family meals have larger vocabularies, better manners, healthier diets, and higher self esteem.
1176. There’s no scientific evidence that shows sitting too close to the TV is bad for your eyes.
1177. According to the bible, you shouldn’t have sex before marriage, pleasure yourself, get a tattoo, or eat pork.
1178. Get a small pan and fill with water. Add some vanilla extract and cinnamon and put on the stove. Your house will smell like a bakery.
1179. Studies have suggested that gifted people often have bad handwriting because their brains are working faster than their hands.
1180. The average amount of time a woman can keep a secret is 47 hours and 15 minutes.
1181. In Brooklyn, New York, you can rent a mom for $40. She listens to you, gives you advice, cooks, and helps with chores.
1182. You can buy pills to make your farts smell like roses and chocolate.
1183. Taking a shower during a lightning storm is not recommended. A lightning strike can be conducted from many miles away through a water pipe.
1184. There are libraries around the world where you can check out humans as living books and listen to their stories.
1185. If you are under the age of 38, statistics show that the funniest joke you will ever hear in your life is a joke you haven’t heard yet.
1186. It takes 9 hours, 36 minutes, and 10 seconds to reach the 1,048,576th row of an Excel spreadsheet by perpetually pressing the down arrow.
1187. In Japan, you can hire a handsome man to show up at your office and watch sad videos with you until you cry, then wipe your tears for you.
1188. Listening to music, especially instrumentals, can release the same hormones as climaxing during intercourse.
1189. The sentence The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog uses every letter in the alphabet.
1190. Introverts may be the best public speakers, they think through ideas more thoroughly than extroverts, who may make rash decisions instead.
1191. The day after tomorrow is called Overmorrow.
1192. Diana Ross, who sang Ain’t No Mountain High Enough, lost her ex-husband to a mountain climbing accident.
1193. Ten out of ten people die. Don’t take life too seriously.
1194. On average, a man spends about five months of his life shaving.
1195. You should delete your browser cookies before buying airline tickets. Ticket fares go up when you’ve visited a site multiple times.
1196. When you find yourself looking in the fridge out of boredom, drink a large glass of water. This will stop the impulse hunger.
1197. Do hugs, not drugs. Spread love, not legs. Respect, don’t judge. Listen more, talk less. Understand, don’t assume. Forgive and forget.
1198. The more you care, the more you OVER think. The more you think, the harder it is to fall asleep.
1199. The average speed of a fart coming out of your backside is 7 mph.
1200. Swimming immediately after eating is safe, despite what you may have heard.
1201. When someone gives you advice, respond with you’re right rather than I know. You’ll come across as being nicer.
1202. Men who kiss their wives before leaving for work get into fewer car accidents.
1203. If you can make a woman laugh, you can make her do anything.
1204. In a 1930s Mickey Mouse comic, Minnie cheated on Mickey with another mouse. Mickey then tried to kill himself by jumping off a bridge.
1205. You are 8 times more likely to be killed walking drunk, than driving drunk.
1206. There are stars in the known universe that are cold enough to be touched by the human hand.
1207. Airplane food isn’t very tasty because our sense of smell and taste decrease by 20% to 50% while flying.
1208. Parents that have taken music lessons are more accurate at detecting distress in a baby’s cries than parents without musical training.
1209. People are more likely to remember the first and last things they read on a list than anything else.
1210. Daniel Radcliffe broke over 80 wands while filming the Harry Potter movies because he used them as drumsticks.
1211. There is a woman named, Marijuana Pepsi Jackson. She has never smoked and prefers orange soda.
1212. When people are angry at you, if you stay calm it’ll get them even angrier, and be ashamed about it after.
1213. Remember when people had diaries and got mad when someone read them. Now they put everything online and get mad when people don’t.
1214. If you feel tears coming on and need to hold them back, relax your jaw and refrain from blinking.
1215. In California, it is legal for concerned citizens to break into a hot car if the dog inside appears to be in danger.
1216. Most laugh tracks for TV were recorded in the 1950s, which means many of the people you hear laughing are dead.
1217. According to a study, your brain works harder to process insults than it does compliments.
1218. It’s better to know and be disappointed, than to never know and always wonder.
1219. 91 percent people skip the first slice of bread, just because it’s ugly.
1220. Drinking alcohol is 100 times more dangerous than using marijuana, according to a study.
1221. A man is more likely to get a woman’s phone number if he is accompanied by a dog.
1222. According to a UK poll, 1 in 10 pet owners secretly loves their pet more than their significant other.
1223. Honey does not spoil. You could feasibly eat 3000 year old honey.
1224. If a shirt shrinks, put it in a bowl with ice water and one cup of hair conditioner. It will restore it to its normal size.
1225. The Alphabet song, Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star and Baa, Baa, Black Sheep all use the exact same melody.
1226. The average person will only remember about 18% of information just 28 days after studying it.
1227. The Marlboro Man died of lung cancer. Some of his last words were Take care of the children. Tobacco will kill you. I’m living proof of it.
1228. A guy created a replica of Thor’s hammer that, through electromagnets and a fingerprint scanner, will only allow him to lift it.
1229. The sentence A nut for a jar of tuna. is the same when read backwards.
1230. Close friends and family is the most important source of a person’s happiness.
1231. The downside of being shy is that people misjudge you as thinking you’re better than others just because you’re quiet.
1232. Be thankful for the bad things in life. They open your eyes to see the good things you weren’t paying attention to before.
1233. Did you know your body is actually designed to get 4 hours of sleep twice per day instead of 8 hours once.
1234. You can shrink a pimple within minutes by putting a bit of Listerine on it. The alcohol dries it up and causes it to fade.
1235. Smelling green apples and bananas can help you lose weight.
1236. The Lion King will forever hold the record for best selling VHS of all time, with over 50 million copies sold.
1237. Men are five times more likely to be struck by lightning than women.
1238. 92 percent people type things into Google to see if they spelled them correctly.
1239. The saddest aspect of life right now is that science gathers knowledge faster than society gathers wisdom.
1240. Peter Pan’s creator gave the rights to a children’s hospital so they could always collect royalties to fund the hospital.
1241. Leonardo Da Vinci could write with one hand and draw with the other at the same time.
1242. The team at Pixar came up with the ideas for A Bugs Life, Monsters Inc., Finding Nemo, and Wall-E in one lunch meeting.
1243. If the Internet went down for a day, 196 billion emails, 3 billion Google searches, and 500 million Tweets would have to wait.
1244. When you see a cat, slowly blink at it. If it blinks back, the cat is content with you.
1245. Being sarcastic on a regular basis can add up to 3 yrs to your life. Sarcasm is extremely healthy for the mind.
1246. The difference between like, love and in love, is the same as the difference between for now, for a while and forever.
1247. In the US, staged wrestling is called pro wrestling while real wrestling is called amateur wrestling.
1248. Months that begin on a Sunday will always have a Friday the 13th.
1249. Marijuana is illegal but has never caused any deaths from usage, Cigarettes kills millions and they are legal and can be purchased anywhere.
1250. Our fingers get wrinkly in water because wrinkled fingers can give us a stronger grip on slippery objects underwater.
1251. A microwave uses more electricity to power its clock than it does to heat your food.
1252. Your shoes are the first thing people subconsciously notice about you.
1253. We learn how to laugh before we learn how to talk.
1254. Recipe for relaxation: exhale completely, inhale for four seconds, hold your breath for seven seconds and exhale for eight seconds.
1255. The difference between terror and horror is that terror occurs in anticipation of the horrifying experience, while horror occurs after.
1256. McDonald’s has a secret sandwich named the McGangBang. It’s a McChicken Sandwich in the middle of a double cheeseburger.
1257. Ambivert is the balance between being an Introvert and being an Extrovert.
1258. The term happily ever after was originally used as happily until they died.
1259. Babies in Britain, Canada and Italy cry more than elsewhere, says an International study.
1260. Humans aren’t nutritious, so ancient cannibals probably devoured humans for other reasons.
1261. There are about 169,518,829,100,544,000,000,000,000,000 possible ways to play the first 10 moves in a game of chess.
1262. Remaining silent is one of the most effective ways to get information out of someone.
1263. Within the first two months of legal marijuana sales in Colorado, property crimes decreased by 14%, and homicide rates were down by 67%.
1264. The word never is said a total of 73 times in the Justin Bieber song Never Say Never.
1265. If you weighed 100 kilos on Earth, you would only weigh 38 kilos on Mars. You’re not fat, you’re just on the wrong planet.
1266. Your breathing rate increases when you start to type.
1267. The poorest half of the U.S. population owns 2.5% of the country’s wealth.
1268. Less intelligent, wealthier kids are 35% more likely to become high income earners than smart, poor kids, a UK study found.
1269. Los Angeles has the worst traffic of any city in the United States and the 10th worst of any city in the world.
1270. Studies have found that people in convertibles don’t exhibit road rage as much as those with tinted windows.
1271. Ancient Romans believed in a sewer goddess, a toilet god, and a god of excrement.
1272. Crying while negotiating at a business meeting may get the crier what they want if they are perceived as having less power, a study shows.
1273. Independence Day star Jeff Goldblum and his wife had their first child on Independence Day.
1274. 44% of Americans and 20% of Britons can’t swim.
1275. Research shows that knowing a product upgrade is available leads consumers to unconsciously mistreat the products they already own.
1276. In the original story of The Little Mermaid, Ariel doesn’t marry the prince. He marries someone else, and she kills herself.
1277. King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia was shocked when Queen Elizabeth II drove him around her estate, since women can’t drive in his country.
1278. If you’re free falling from an airplane in an urban area, land on the roof of an RV or mobile home to increase your chances of survival.
1279. Chewing gum can cause you to fart more because you end up swallowing more air than usual.
1280. Experts claim that a truthful person answers a follow up question with more details, while a liar sticks with the same basic answers.
1281. The USA won the last ever Olympic gold medal for Rugby in 1924 and are, therefore, still reigning champions.
1282. A new study found that overall, Android users are more honest than iPhone users.
1283. In rich countries, obesity is more common among the less educated, but in poor countries, obesity is more common among the highly educated.
1284. In 1681, the last dodo bird died, hence the term, which is where As dead as a dodo comes from.
1285. Studies suggest that unmade beds are healthier for us than neat and made beds. Bed bugs have a harder time surviving in messy beds.
1286. A sleeping human brain can still understand the words being spoken around it.
1287. Eminem, Lady Gaga, Megan Fox, Liam Payne, Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus and Demi Lovato were all bullied when they were kids.
1288. Leaving the water running while brushing your teeth can waste four gallons of water in a minute.
1289. Music can help time pass by quicker, make your workouts stronger, and help you feel less pain.
1290. 10-15 minutes of jump roping can burn over 200 calories. This makes jump roping one of the best and efficient forms of cardio.
1291. It would take 1000 years to watch every video on YouTube.
1292. In Queensland, Australia, It is illegal to own a pet rabbit unless you are a magician.
1293. Arabic is an official language in Israel along with Hebrew.
1294. Research shows that dogs and 2 year old kids show similar patterns in social intelligence much more so than human children and chimpanzees.
1295. The yearly cost of White House interior upkeep is $750,000 to $1.6 million, and it would cost over $20,000 to freshen up the exterior paint.
1296. In 2016, a UPS driver who spotted call 911 written on a package helped police free a woman who was being held captive in her own home.
1297. A song is more likely to get stuck in your head if the first phrase of the song rises in pitch and the second phrase falls.
1298. Being stationary for long periods of time with good posture can be worse for you than regular movement with bad posture.
1299. Babies sometimes smile, not because they’re happy, but because they know it makes their parents happy.
1300. Males make up 79% of all suicides, while women are more prone to having suicidal thoughts.
1301. Forty percent of twins invent their own languages which are called autonomous languages.
1302. Newborns will cry out without tears for the first three to six weeks.
1303. Our eyes are always the same size from birth, but our nose and ears never stop growing.
1304. In 2009, Facebook rejected Co founder of WhatsApp Brian Acton’s application for a job. WhatsApp was later created & sold to Facebook for $19 Billion.
1305. While children of identical twins are first cousins legally, they are actually half siblings.
1306. Sunglasses make people look more attractive because they give the illusion of chiseled bone structure on top of a soft-featured face.
1307. Women aren’t allowed to be priests because, according to Catholic doctrine, priests actually embody the persona of Jesus and God.
1308. Eminem’s mother sued him for defamation because of the line My mother does more dope than I do in His single My Name Is.
1309. There are no muscles in human fingers. All movement is controlled by muscles in the forearm and palm.
1310. Getting less sleep or poor sleep as a child correlates with trying alcohol and pot sooner and using it repeatedly.
1311. Chewing gum is an efficient way to get rid of a song that’s stuck in your head, according to researchers.
1312. The more critical an opinion, the more likely other friends will find you clever or interesting if you’re one of the first to voice it.
1313. You’re more likely to make driving errors when listening to your favorite song compared to unfamiliar music.
1314. Personality traits like helpfulness and honesty can make you appear more physically attractive.
1315. A single sperm contains 37.5 MB of DNA information. One ejaculation represents a data transfer of 15,875 GB, equivalent to combined capacity of 62 MacBookPro laptop.
1316. The most expensive bathroom in the world, located in Hong Kong, cost $29 million and is made of solid 24 carat gold and coated with gems.
1317. Thirty-five percent of the people who use personal ads for dating are already married.
1318. A sheep, a rooster and a duck were the first passengers in a hot air balloon.
1319. If you consistently fart for 6 years & 9 months, enough gas is produced to create the energy of an atomic bomb.
1320. Banging your head against a wall burns 150 calories in an hour.
1321. Chewing gum can clean your mouth and kill 100 million bacteria in 10 minutes.
1322. There is a stone called Pumice, which is the only floating stone.
1323. The energy released by a hurricane is similar to the energy released by 10,000 nuclear bombs.
1324. Eugene Shoemaker is the only person to be buried on the Moon.
1325. The left lung is smaller than the right due to the fact that it frees up space for the heart.
1326. Actors who smoke on camera most often smoke herbal cigarettes stuffed with lettuce or tea instead of tobacco.
1327. Thousands of Afghans celebrate their birthday on the first of January, because they don’t know what day they were actually born.
1328. In 1971, Nike hired a student to create a logo. She was paid $35 for her design.
1329. The number of stars in the sky exceeds the number of all grains of sand in the entire world.
1330. If you hold in too many farts, some of the gas can be reabsorbed into your circulation and then exhaled in your breath.
1331. Residents of large cities have more nose hair than residents of villages.
1332. 60 percent of women have back pain due to the wrong bra size.
1333. Japan is the only country in the world where children are taught to write with both their right and left hands.
1334. Switzerland does not have a single language. The inhabitants of each village speak their own dialect.
1335. Women who rarely have sex are more likely to grow mustaches.
1336. In the event of a nuclear war, the Swiss have a bunker in which there will be a place for the entire population.
1337. There are 421 words for snow in Scotland.
1338. Syphilis had been called the French disease in Poland, Italy, and Germany, the Italian disease in France, the Spanish disease by the Dutch, the Polish disease by Russians, and the Turks called it the Christian disease.
1339. The joy of giving lasts longer than the joy of getting.
1340. People who swear a lot tend to be more loyal, honest, and straightforward with their friends.
1341. Orgasms can help clear a stuffy nose.
1342. The oldest verified supercentenarian lived to 122 and regularly smoked cigarettes up until the age of 117.
1343. The CIA operation to invade Cuba and take down Castro was called Operation Castration.
1344. The United States Constitution is the only constitution from the 18th century that’s still in use.
1345. It took until 2015 for Disney to ban smoking from appearing in any of their movies.
1346. Around two-thirds of us are wearing the wrong sized shoes.
1347. Using a microwave oven can reduce your wi-fi signal strength.
1348. You shouldn’t use soap to wash your asshole as they will reduce the natural oils that protect the anus.
1349. In Japan, there are rage rooms, where customers can vent their stress by destroying various objects.
1350. In Singapore, drunk driving is punishable by up to 24 lashes with a cane.
1351. Red Bull was sued for false advertising by a consumer after 10 years of drinking Red Bull that he neither grew wings nor any enhanced athletic or intellectual performance.
1352. France classifies books as an essential good, along with electricity, bread, and water.
1353. The oldest ever porn film is called El Satario and it was supposedly produced in Argentina in 1907. It features a man dressed as the devil stealing a woman into a cave, where they then have sex before being chased away.
1354. Christmas in Ukraine is celebrated between the 6th and 19th of January.
1355. Peeling an apple will remove 50% of its total fiber, and around 30% of its vitamin C.
1356. Taking a hot bath for an hour burns as many calories as going for a half hour walk.
1357. The first apple computer was sold for $666 without a mouse and a keyboard, just a simple assembled circuit board.
1358. In Japan, it’s considered impolite to blow your nose in public.
1359. Donkey’s milk is the best natural substitute for human milk.
1360. The average penis length has increased by 24% in the last 29 years.
1361. Babies have about 30,000 taste buds, while adults have only about 10,000.
1362. In 1962 there was a laughing epidemic in what was Tanganyika that caused 14 schools to shut down and affected over 1000 people.
1363. It’s a wedding custom for Turkish brides to spike the groom’s coffee with salt before the wedding, if he drinks it without complaint, he’s a keeper.
1364. Jay-Z, 50 Cent, Tupac, Dr Dre and Eminem are all left handed.
1365. At age 9, Sorbono Bari became the youngest professor in the world and was also nominated for a Nobel prize. Harvard University recognised him as a scientist when he was 6.
1366. The highest paid athlete in history is a Roman charioteer named Gaius Appuleius Diocles, who over the course of his career earned today’s equivalent of $15 billion.
1367. To prove that stomach ulcers are caused by bacteria, Barry Marshall drank broth filled with infectious bacteria, got ulcers, then cured himself with antibiotics. He won a Nobel Prize in 2005.
1368. Leonardo da Vinci is credited with inventing the sniper rifle and becoming the first sniper.
1369. When women run, their breasts bounce in a figure-8 pattern, moving side to side as well as up and down.
1370. The vast majority of males in Germany sit down to urinate.
1371. Prior to 1962 oral and anal sex were considered felonies throughout the United States.
1372. When you blush, feel awkward or embarrassed, the inside of your stomach turns bright red.
1373. In China being a professional Panda hugger is a viable career choice that can earn you up to 32,000$ yearly.
1374. In 1984, New Zealand’s Prime Minister Robert Muldoon got drunk and spontaneously called for a general election, he lost.
1375. In Sweden, your car headlights have to be on at all times when driving, even in broad daylight.
1376. In Thailand, Monkeys are trained to work in coconuts plantations.
1377. Sweden has the most islands in the world. This Northern European nation is home to a whopping 221,800 mostly uninhabited islands.
1378. Your brain uses about as much power as the little light in the back of a refrigerator.
1379. The average human typically creates about 6,000 thoughts per day. It’s estimated that about 70 to 80 percent of these thoughts are negative, leaving the average person feeling mental fatigue and anxiety more often than not.
1380. Smelling farts actually makes you healthier. Some of its health benefits include a lower blood pressure, improved kidney strength and reduced signs of aging.
1381. In the 1940s, butt plugs were marketed as a headache remedy.
1382. In some places such as Ontario, Canada, you can order weed on Uber Eats.
1383. In 1912, as the Titanic sank, one female passenger refused to leave her dog and chose to stay on board. Miss Ann Elizabeth Isham was later found dead in the water with her arms frozen around her beloved Great Dane.
1384. In 2021 some McDonald’s in China installed exercise bikes as seats so customers could work out and charge their phones while eating.
1385. Having 6 fingers in one hand is actually a dominant trait, it’s just so incredibly rare that hardly anyone has it.
1386. There is more blood in an erect human penis, than a rabbit.
1387. In rich countries, obesity is more common among the less educated, but in poor countries, obesity is more common among the highly educated.
1388. The british once sent a guy to China as a spy so he would uncover the secrets of making tea.
1389. Bananas and bottled water have more trade regulations than AK-47s.
1390. Humans naturally find mixed race, tan colored people to be more attractive than both pale skinned and dark skinned people.
1391. There’s a practice known as sologamy, where you can apparently marry yourself.
1392. Doggystyle is not only the most popular sex position, but it creates the highest chance of mutual climax.
1393. French employees are forbidden by law from eating lunch at their desks.
1394. A popular way to cure impotence in the 14th century was to wear your trousers on your head for 24 hours.
1395. Drinking moderate amounts of alcohol before writing can actually enhance your creativity.
1396. Being a bad driver is partially a genetic trait.
1397. The hormone that makes you grow is only produced when you sleep.
1398. Biting on a pencil can help cure a headache.
1399. Keeping your cell phone in your front pants pocket meaningfully reduces your testosterone and your sperm quality.
1400. In 1951, Disney published a comic in which Mickey Mouse and Goofy became drug dealers.
1401. In 2015, a lawyer from Kenya offered the 44th US president, Barack Obama, 50 cows, 70 sheep & 30 goats in exchange for marrying his daughter Malia.
1402. The colour of the cup your drinking from can change your brain’s perception of taste.
1403. Independence from Britain is celebrated somewhere in the world, on average, once in every seven days.
1404. The last person executed for witchcraft was a man in Somalia in 2020.
1405. The first iPhone virus was the Ikee worm which infected thousands of Australian iPhones. Its only function was to change the phone’s wallpaper to a picture of Rick Astley.
1406. Iranian women and Indian women earn STEM Degrees at a higher rate than their Western counterparts.
1407. Drug lord Pablo Escobar offered to pay off Colombia’s $20 billion foreign debt in order to avoid extradition to the United States.
1408. Mary, the Mother of Jesus, was mentioned more in the Quran (70 times) than in the Bible (19 times). She is also the only woman mentioned by name in the Quran.
1409. Musicomania is a condition where a person’s passion for music (or a song) becomes so strong, it prevents them from functioning properly.
1410. The 13th of August, is the National Left Handers Day. Some famous left handers include Barack Obama, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Jimi Hendrix, Babe Ruth, Leonardo da Vinci, Napoleon Bonaparte, Judy Garland, and Charlie Chaplin.
1411. In the Bible, there is no commandment saying thou shalt not lie, instead it’s just thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour.
1412. In Japan, there is a restaurant called The restaurant of mistaken orders which only employs waiters with dementia so you never know what food you’re going to get.
1413. The world’s oldest bank still in operation is Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena, which was founded in 1472.
1414. The fastest heartbeat ever recorded was 600 beats per minute.
1415. In France you’re not allowed to work more than 218 days a year.
1416. The Yoruba people have the highest likelihood of producing twins in the world. The probability is linked to their consumption of a type of yam which releases a hormone that can cause the ovaries to release an egg from each side.
1417. Holding money in your hand can reduce stress levels as well as minimize pain.
1418. There are no words in the English language that rhyme with month, orange, silver, or purple.
1419. On a clear, moonless night the human eye can detect a match being struck 50 miles away.
1420. In Brazil November 2021, a cow escaped from a slaughterhouse and was later found at the local water park riding the slides and hanging out in the pool.
1421. In 2016 a 27 years old Chinese man proposed to a girl by solving 840 Rubik’s cube and using them to create a giant portrait of his dream girl. But she said No.
1422. In Switzerland, you can be denied citizenship for being too annoying.
1423. A 10 second kiss can pass on 80 million bacteria.
1424. If nuclear war has started, only 150 nukes would destroy humanity. There are 13,800 NUKES on earth.
1425. An adult produces enough hydrogen in their urine each year to drive a car 2,700 kilometres.
1426. Video games are more effective in battling depression than counseling is.
1427. Emotional tears have more protein than other types of tears, making it runs slower on your cheeks to convey your emotion.

Animal Facts

1. During sex, a female octopus can hug a male so hard with her many arms that sucker marks are often visible later on the male.
2. Small animals such as flies and hummingbirds experience time in slow motion, which is why they can avoid your newspaper swats.
3. A male emperor moth can smell a female moth from up to 7 miles away.
4. The tiger is the only predator known to prey on adult bears.
5. Baby elephants will sometimes throw temper tantrums and toss themselves into the mud.
6. If a vulture eats meat containing bullets, its powerful digestive juices will dissolve them and give the animal lead poisoning.
7. Dogs experience a burst of oxytocin when they see their owners – The same chemical responsible for the feelings of love between humans.
8. Sexually-frustrated male fruit flies drink alcohol to make themselves feel better.
9. Sheep can recognize each other through photos.
10. Scooby-Doo’s first name is really Scoobert.
11. Penguins have knees.
12. Cats show you their buttholes as a way of saying they’re comfortable with you.
13. Not only can spiders walk on water, but they’re also able to breathe under it too.
14. Chimpanzees tend to keep their sleeping areas very clean – Cleaner than most humans, according to biologists.
15. The average penguin only has one orgasm a year.
16. When a whale dies, it’s carcass can support a localized underwater-ecosystem for decades, which includes 30 species that haven’t been identified anywhere else.
17. The world’s oldest living animal in captivity is a 187 year old gay tortoise named Jonathan.
18. It’s hard to tell the difference between female and male hyenas because the females have clitorises so large, they look like penises.
19. Every year, the town of Llandwrtyd Wells, Wales holds a Man versus Horse Marathon, where runners compete side-by-side with horses.
20. Grapes can be fatally toxic to dogs and cats.
21. The biological layout of a cat’s brain is more similar to ours than a dog’s.
22. Killing a cat was punishable by death in Ancient Egypt.
23. The average dog can learn between 165 and 200 words.
24. Human sized penguins used to roam the planet.
25. Porcupines have antibiotics in their skin that prevent infection when they fall out of trees and are stuck with their own quills.
26. Nearly all bonobos are bisexual, the ape species most closely related to humans.
27. Cats spend so much of their time sleeping that by the age of 9, they will have only been awake for 3 years.
28. Blue whales can eat half a million calories in just a single mouthful.
29. Cows and horses are able to sleep standing up, but can’t dream unless they lie down.
30. The fear of spiders and snakes is something humans are born with, not something we learn.
31. Ducks can catch the flu.
32. When you kiss someone passionately, not only do you exchange bacteria and mucus, but their DNA can linger in your mouth for more than an hour.
33. Dogs are naturally generous and enjoy sharing with one another, according to behavioral biologists.
34. Cheetahs cannot roar. Instead, they meow like house cats.
35. Saudi Arabia imports many of their camels from Australia.
36. Dogs are one of the few species of animals that can express empathy.
37. Cats recognize their owner’s voice when they’re being called and can distinguish it from other voices. Their brain registers the sound and then they just choose to not act on it.
38. Chimpanzees have been known to steal alcohol, get drunk, and attack humans (mistaking them for other monkeys).
39. Antarctica is the only continent in the world without any spiders.
40. A hedgehog can have as many 6,000 quills on its body.
41. A chipmunk’s cheeks can expand to three times the size of its head.
42. Pigs can often outsmart dogs and are on about the same intellectual level as chimpanzees, according to a new study.
43. Goldfish don’t have stomachs.
44. Male hummingbirds have been observed masturbating with leaves caught in spider webs.
45. Monkeys aren’t supposed to eat bananas. Bananas contain so much sugar, monkeys will get diabetes if they eat them regularly.
46. When a male llama tries to make a move on a female llama, she’ll spit on him if she’s not feeling it.
47. Spiders are able to walk on water. They can also breathe under it, too.
48. Giraffes are facing a silent extinction. Their population has shrunk by nearly 40% over the last 30 years.
49. If the world’s population of spiders worked together, they could theoretically eat every human on Earth in one year.
50. When an elephant is stressed or upset, their herd mates will caress them with their trunks and make reassuring chirping sounds.
51. Cats have helped drive at least 63 species of birds, mammals, and reptiles to extinction over the past 500 years.
52. Howler monkeys with smaller testicles tend to scream louder to compensate.
53. Dogs can pick up on subtle changes in your scent, which can help them know how you’re feeling. They’re able to smell fear, anxiety and can read your facial expressions, as well.
54. Spiders can sense the Earth’s electric field, and some species use it to fly.
55. Pandas kept in captivity tend to lose interest in mating. So, they’re often shown ‘panda porn’ to encourage them to breed.
56. Due to their diets of fish and squid species, sea lions are considered to have the worst-smelling farts of any animal.
57. Grapes and raisins can be fatally toxic to dogs.
58. Rabbits can smell their dead relatives in the feces of predators.
59. A cow isn’t technically a cow until it’s had at least one calf. Until then it’s just a heifer.
60. Jaguars in the jungles of South America love to get high on Banisteriopsis caapi, a root with hallucinogenic properties.
61. Notre Dame Cathedral kept beehives on the church’s roof to help preserve the bee population. Luckily, the hives that 180,000 bees call home survived the fire.
62. Dogs often stare at their owners while pooping because that’s when they’re vulnerable. So they often stare expecting a visual cue if there’s danger.
63. Elephants have a specific call to warn their herd of angry bees.
64. Polar bears are classified as marine mammals, like dolphins, seals, whales and sea otters.
65. Gorillas share 98.3% of their genetic code with humans. Making them our closest cousins after chimpanzees and bonobos.
66. A dead gecko can stay stuck to the wall for half an hour.
67. Dolphins in Brazil have been seen forcing fish towards fishers, then signaling when the nets should be thrown. The dolphins and fishers then share the catch.
68. Sir Isaac Newton’s dog set his lab on fire, ruining 20 years of research. Upon discovering what the dog had done, Newton said, O Diamond, Diamond, thou little knowest the mischief thou hast done.
69. Both giraffes and humans have the same amount of neck vertebrae; seven.
70. Hippos poop so much, sometimes all the fish around them die.
71. A convicted deer poacher in Missouri has to watch the movie Bambi at least once a month during his year-long sentence.
72. Male hippos use their tails to fling their poop and impress females.
73. Possums and opossums are different animals. Possums are Australian, and opossums are North American.
74. Cows have best friends. They also get stressed when they’re apart.
75. Whales and dolphins leap out of the water (porpoising) while swimming quickly because they need additional oxygen to keep up with the physical demand.
76. Cats put their butts in your face as a friendly gesture. They’re giving you the chance to smell it and become familiar with them.
77. Although they spend 16 hours a day in water, hippos can’t swim because they’re too muscular and would sink. Instead, they walk around under the surface.
78. A baby fish is called a fry.
79. Pandas poop while they’re sleeping. Zoologists often count the droppings to estimate how long they’ve slept.
80. Llamas usually spit to settle an argument over food or to decide which is the dominant llama.
81. Elephants are a keystone species. They create pathways through impenetrable underbrush, shape entire ecosystems by creating pools in dried river beds, and spread seeds as they travel.
82. Wind turbines create vacuums which cause the lungs of bats and birds to explode when they fly through them.
83. Grasshoppers have ears on their stomachs.
84. In 2011, a cat in Italy named Tommaso inherited more than $13 million from its 94 year old owner after she passed away.
85. Cats decided to live with humans because humans attract rodents, making it convenient for them to stick around. They domesticated themselves.
86. Elephants show compassion towards those who are weak and even appear to be empathetic towards other species.
87. Adult cats don’t meow at each other (but, they will hiss and make other vocalizations on occasion). They use their classic meows to communicate with or manipulate humans.
88. Vultures can’t catch live prey like other raptors because they don’t really have talons just flat feet that are good for balanced walking.
89. Cats can drink seawater without becoming dehydrated because their kidneys are efficient enough to filter out the salt. Most animals, including humans, would likely die of dehydration.
90. Crows and owls instinctively are natural enemies and will harass each other, even if they’ve had no previous exposure.
91. Female kangaroos have three vaginas, two of them carry the sperm of the male’s two-pronged penis, while the third facilitates birth. With this complicated setup, a female kangaroo can always be pregnant.
92. When roosters fully open their beaks, their external auditory canals completely close off. Roosters essentially have built-in earplugs to prevent them from damaging their own hearing when they crow.
93. Most of the insect noises you hear at night are them either having sex or trying to get it.
94. You’re more likely to be bitten by a Chihuahua than a pit bull.
95. The largest sloths to ever roam Earth were the size of elephants. They occupied South America between five million and eleven thousand years ago
96. When a bald eagle loses a feather on one wing, it will also lose a matching feather on the other side to keep its balance.
97. Squirrels will adopt abandoned babies if the parents cannot be found.
98. Aside from humans, rats and chimpanzees are the only animals that are known to laugh.
99. After a fight, it’s common for two male giraffes to caress and have sex with each other. These interactions between male giraffes happen more frequently than heterosexual coupling
100. Cats don’t just play with their prey, but try to tire them out first. Cats kill by breaking the spinal cord with a sharp bite to the neck. Wearing their prey out reduces the cat’s chance of being bitten in retaliation.
101. An entomophobe is a person who is deathly afraid of insects.
102. When a frog’s tongue hits prey, its watery spit fills the bug’s crevices. As the tongue returns, the spit turns viscous, gripping the bug.
103. Pandas can poop up to 40 times a day.
104. Dogs’ farts tend to be silent because they have looser, horizontal rectums; putting less resistance on the air passing through.
105. Cheetahs are so shy and socially awkward, zoos often pair them with emotional support dogs.
106. Dogs have about 18 different muscles that work together to move each ear.
107. A whale’s penis is called a dork.
108. Not only are some humans allergic to cats, but some cats are also allergic to humans.
109. Some expensive perfumes contain ambergris, a fatty substance secreted from the bowels of sperm whales. It can cost more than $7,000 a pound.
110. Giant animals like whales and elephants spread nutrients from one part of the planet to the other by pooping, fertilizing the whole world.
111. Deprived of sight and hearing, seals can still accurately pinpoint the locations of fish because they have 1,500 nerve endings in their whiskers.
112. Most of a sperm whale’s head is filled with fatty, yellow tissue called junk.
113. The urine of a maned wolf smells like marijuana.
114. A lioness can have sex up to 100 times a day during mating season.
115. Dogs can suffer from PTSD, in fact, it’s estimated that about 5% of military dogs develop the disorder.
116. A hummingbird’s tongue is so long, it curls up into its skull and around its eyes when it’s not being used.
117. After a large meal, lions can sleep for up to 24 hours straight.
118. Almost all kangaroos are left-handed.
119. Elephants can and will exact revenge on those who have wronged them in the past.
120. The world’s population of snow leopards and white rhinos have been increasing. They’re no longer considered endangered.
121. Dogs can recognize when their owners are being treated rudely and may snub that person.
122. One litter of kittens can have separate fathers due to the female mating with multiple males while in heat.
123. If you give a zebrafish enough alcohol to get drunk, it will convince all the sober fish to follow it around.
124. Zebras can’t sleep alone.
125. Dinosaurs existed before Saturn had rings.
126. A dog’s personality can change based on their owner’s personality, according to a study from Michigan State University.
127. Chimpanzees fart so loudly and so frequently, scientists sometimes locate chimps by following the sound of their farts in a forest.
128. There are more kangaroos than people in Australia.
129. Beluga whales can mimic the human voice so well, a diver once believed his colleagues were trying to talk to him when, in fact, it was just a whale.
130. Cheetahs meow like housecats.
131. Hooker’s Lips is a plant that looks like big, red lips and it puckers up to attract pollinators such as butterflies and hummingbirds.
132. Dogs can pick up on subtle changes in your scent, which can help them figure out how you’re feeling. They may also adopt the emotional state they sense in you.
133. The sperm whale is the loudest animal on the planet. They can produce sounds of 180dB, which can vibrate the human body to pieces.
134. Jellyfish actually suck water toward themselves to move forward instead of pushing against the water behind them, a study revealed.
135. Priced at $39 million per gallon, the most expensive liquid in the world is scorpion venom.
136. There is a specific male cheetah bark that causes female cheetahs to ovulate.
137. Police dogs can be trained to detect either explosives or narcotics, but never both. Since there’s no way for the dog to communicate the difference between what it found to an officer.
138. Female anacondas strangle and eat the males after mating so they can survive the seven months of fasting during the pregnancy.
139. Lemurs get high when they eat millipedes.
140. Donkeys can be used as guard animals to protect livestock. They’ve even been known to kill coyotes.
141. A cockroach can hold its breath for about 40 minutes.
142. You are within 6 feet of at least one spider right now.
143. Sharks enter a trance like state called tonic immobility when they’re turned upside down.
144. Bulls don’t hate the color red, they’re actually color-blind to it. Bulls become irritated by a cape’s movement as a matador whips it around.
145. A group of ladybugs is called a loveliness of ladybugs.
146. Fish suffer from insomnia.
147. Ants stretch when they wake up in the morning.
148. Rats and mice consume or contaminate at least a fifth of the food produced in the world each year.
149. Humans have killed 60% of Earth’s wildlife in the last 45 years.
150. Bats communicate directly with one another; one of just a few species, besides humans, to do this. Most animals communicate generally, not individually.
151. Camels can swim.
152. Owls don’t have eyeballs. Instead, they have fixed eye tubes that require them to move their entire head to look in different directions.
153. Cats spend up to 70% of their entire lives just sleeping.
154. It takes approximately 600 cows to make enough footballs for one NFL season.
155. Blue whales can change ‘handedness’ depending on the task. Most whales are usually right-handed, they turn to the right when attacking prey. But when they move upwards to attack prey near the surface, they turn to the left.
156. Avocados are poisonous and potentially deadly to birds.
157. A close ancestor of the guinea pig that lived 3 million years ago was as large as a buffalo and had a bite as strong as that of a tiger.
158. Bonobos get together to form all female coalitions that target violent males to counter harassment.
159. Howler monkeys with smaller testicles tend to scream louder to compensate for their shortcomings.
160. Dogs are more likely to steal food in the dark as they take advantage of their night vision being superior to ours.
161. A queen naked mole rat can actually stretch the space between her vertebrae and her backbone to make room for more pups during pregnancy.
162. Male ladybugs can spend up to four hours mating with a dead female before they realize something’s not right.
163. Drug lord Pablo Escobar offered to pay off Colombia’s $20 billion foreign debt in order to avoid extradition to the United States.
164. Bees confuse the scent of bananas with a hormone inciting them to attack. Beekeepers are advised not to eat bananas before approaching a hive.
165. Police dogs in Nottinghamshire receive a pension when they retire.
166. Even horses get nervous when they are about to run in a race. The jockeys bring goats to calm them down.
167. When a decapitated flatworm regrows its head, its old memories come back.
168. A snail can sleep for three years.
169. Dogs are prosocial, meaning they volunteer to share with and help others, even when they may not benefit from it directly.
170. An Indonesian man once left his nine dogs unfed while he went away on a two-week vacation – So, they ate him when he returned.
171. Male giraffes drink the female’s urine to see if she’s ready to mate.
172. Alligators have permanently erect penises.
173. The southern dumpling squid can have sex for up to three hours.
174. Some species of turtles can breathe through their anus.
175. In the wild, giant panda sex typically involves one female and two or more males.
176. Dinosaurs didn’t evolve into birds. Technically, birds ARE dinosaurs.
177. A group of bunnies is called a fluffle.
178. Cats do make facial expressions, but most people are unable to read them, according to researchers.
179. Chimpanzees recognize the butts of their friends just as well as humans can recall familiar faces.
180. Elephants help each other in distress, grieve for their dead, and feel empathy for each other.
181. Mice can sing, but we’re unable to hear them. Male mice produce complex songs (like songbirds) in the ultrasonic range when they’re with females.
182. Alligators can go two years without eating by feeding on the fat reserves at the base of their tails.
183. Currently, there are only eight surviving species of bears in the world. 1. Polar Bear 2. Brown Bear 3. Asian Black Bear 4. American Black Bear 5. Spectacled Bear 6. Sloth Bear 7. Sun Bear 8. Giant Panda .
184. Even though they turn themselves into soup during metamorphosis, butterflies can retain memories from when they were caterpillars.
185. Crocodiles do not die of old age because they do not age biologically. Instead, they die of either disease or starvation.
186. Flatworms contain both male and female reproductive organs. So, they engage in penis-fencing until one has successfully jabbed and inseminated the other.
187. Bees vote on where to live by dancing. The more dancing bees, the better the location.
188. Ravens can spot a cheater and will shun one another for being unfair.
189. After having an emotionally negative experience, dogs will stay up at night reflecting and thinking about what happened.
190. Hippos are able to sleep underwater by utilizing a reflex that allows them to surface, take a breath, and sink again all without waking up.
191. Tarantulas can swim.
192. Dolphins develop unique names for their friends, who then respond when called.
193. A female swan is called a pen while a male is called a cob.
194. Dolphins have been known to protect humans when they’re in trouble.
195. Butterflies will feast on your blood and tears if given the chance.
196. Without bats, we wouldn’t have tequila. Tequila comes from the agave plant, which is pollinated by bats.
197. Whales and dolphins have regional dialects.
198. Elephants have prehensile penises that they can use to swat flies or scratch their stomachs.
199. If you decapitate a flatworm, not only will its head grow back, its memories will come back too.
200. Due to the bond dogs and humans have had over history, dogs have evolved to understand the meaning of human laughter. They know we’re happy when we laugh, and we’re sad when we cry.
201. Gorillas sing happy songs while they eat. They don’t sing the same song every time, and they sing even louder while eating their favorite foods.
202. One fast food burger can contain meat from 100 different cows.
203. The most hens’ eggs balanced on the back of a hand at once is 15.
204. When zebras are startled and begin to run, the motion propels the gas from their bodies, often causing them to fart loudly with each stride.
205. Bees don’t poop in their hives. After being inside for a long time, they wait for a warm day to go on a cleansing flight, where they rush out of the hive to poop.
206. When a baby elephant is born, other moms in the family group will trumpet to celebrate and announce the new baby’s arrival.
207. Xylitol, a sweetener used in sugarless gum, candy, baked goods, toothpaste, and some nut butters, can be life threatening to dogs.
208. Astronomer Tycho Brahe (1546-1601) kept a pet moose, which died after drinking too much beer and falling downstairs.
209. Women get a better night’s sleep next to their dogs than their partners, according to a study.
210. Cats are considered both an invasive species and superpredators due to their ability to quickly cause ecological damage.
211. Working military dogs are noncommissioned officers and are always one rank above their human handlers.
212. Rodents can’t vomit.
213. When a female lion is in heat, she can have sex up to 100 times per day.
214. Cats headbutt you as a way of saying they trust you. It’s called bunting.
215. Cockroaches have been known to eat the flesh of both living and dead humans.
216. Ravens are so smart, they know when someone is watching them. They display what’s called theory of mind, the ability to attribute mental states to others.
217. Animal Planet made two fake documentaries about the existence of mermaids.
218. Sloths don’t fart. Most of the methane they produce is absorbed into their bloodstream and released through the lungs, due to their slow metabolism. If sloths do experience a buildup of gas, they’re probably dying.
219. Rattlesnakes can deliver lethal bites up to an hour after decapitation.
220. Creme Puff, the world’s oldest cat, died at the age of 38. She was born in 1967 and died in 2005.
221. Peacocks cannot produce blue feathers. Instead, their feathers have colorless ridges which interfere with light, causing some wavelengths to cancel each other out, and others to be amplified (such as blue).
222. Some species of ants enslave other ants, they attack neighbouring colonies, secrete so-called propaganda pheromones that create chaos in the nest, then capture larvae that later become their slaves.
223. Wild parrots high-five each other with their feet.
224. Earthworms have even been ranked the number one most influential species in the history of the planet above dinosaurs, humans, and bacteria.
225. It’s difficult to get pandas to mate, in part, because female pandas are only in the mood for a short time during the spring. Females are only interested in mating for 24 to 36 hours in a year.
226. Cats that have saggy stomachs aren’t just fat. It’s called a primordial pouch. It helps protect them during fights, as well as helps them move more easily while running and jumping.
227. The average human would have to consume 300 hamburgers to match the equivalent of what hummingbirds eat every day to survive.
228. Horses can remember if you smiled or frowned last time they saw you.
229. Cats knock small items over instinctively knowing they could be prey, or prey could be hiding under them. But once they learn it also gets the attention of humans, they’ll knock things over to manipulate you.
230. In Texas, it’s legal to kill Bigfoot if you ever find it.
231. A baby hedgehog is called a hoglet.
232. African grey parrots are the first birds known to be kind to each other even when there is no benefit to themselves.
233. Turkeys may attack or attempt to dominate humans that they see as inferior.
234. Penguins can’t taste sweet or savory flavors, according to genetic data. They can only taste sour and salty foods.
235. Leeches have 32 brains, ten stomachs, and 18 testicles.
236. A turkey’s gender can be determined from its droppings. Male turkeys produce poop in spirals, while females poop is shaped like the letter J.
237. Honey bees are more likely to dance if they have been given cocaine.
238. Cats are one of the very few animal species that domesticated themselves. They started coexisting with humans because they felt like it.
239. According to a Harvard psychologist, dogs are probably dreaming about their owners when they sleep.
240. Swans often have just one partner for life and if their partner passes away, they can die of a broken heart.
241. Male chimpanzees are more likely to use sticks as weapons while female chimpanzees use them as dolls, according to research.
242. Wild chimpanzees indulge in regular, habitual drinking when fermented food or nectar is available.
243. President Andrew Jackson had a pet parrot that had to be removed from his funeral service because it wouldn’t stop cursing.
244. Two tablespoons of honey would give a bee enough energy to fly around the world.
245. Female Komodo dragons can impregnate themselves without a male through a process called parthenogenesis. They can force the duplication of sex chromosomes and give birth to male Komodo dragons, keeping the species alive.
246. Only female mosquitoes bite. The males are vegetarian.
247. Chimpanzees and gorillas living in zoos have a gut microbiome more similar to hunter gatherer humans than they do to wild apes.
248. Baby elephants suck their trunks just like baby humans suck their thumbs.
249. Mother llamas hum to their babies. And their babies hum back.
250. Giraffes are the only vertebrate animals that don’t yawn.
251. Male lemurs deposit a solid plug inside of their mates after sex, so other males can’t mate with them.
252. A mountain lion, puma, cougar, and panther are all the same animal.
253. A single bat can eat up to 1,200 mosquito-sized insects in an hour. Bats eat an average of 6,000 to 8,000 insects every night.
254. Male dolphins synchronise their calls and movements when they are cooperating in groups. They are the only animals, apart from humans, that are known to do this.
255. When picking up a snail, lifting them by the shell can cause mantle collapse and result in a painful death. You should either let them crawl onto your hand or gently probe them until they retreat into their shell before picking them up.
256. he world record for number of mice caught by one cat is 28,899. The record is held by the former Glenturret Distillery cat. When she passed away from old age, the distillery erected a statue to honor her years of service.
257. The fish from Spongebob Squarepants that always yells My leg! is named Fred.
258. A recent study shows that dogs become more likely to ignore commands and are harder to train during puberty.
259. About 60% of a cow is used for food. The other 40% is used to make things like antifreeze, insulin, blood thinners, toothpaste, lipstick, jet fuel, and more.
260. Koalas sleep for about 22 hours a day.
261. Penguins in Antarctica emit so much nitrous oxide commonly known as laughing gas in their poop, the scientists studying them get high.
262. No matter how large or small the animal, a mammal’s heart is always around 0.6% of it’s body mass.
263. Not only can a cockroach survive for weeks without its head; its decapitated head can survive on its own for several hours as long as someone feeds it.
264. Ailurophile. A person who loves cats.
265. A guinea pig named Randy once broke out of his zoo enclosure and impregnated nearly 100 females in 2014. He became the father of about 400 babies.
266. Elephants are one of the few animals that bury their dead. When a member of their family dies, they not only cry but they also dig graves for their dead and cover the bodies with leaves.
267. Cats and dogs can be allergic to humans.
268. Young chimpanzees gather sticks and stones to make little dolls. And then they play with them as if they had babies of their own.
269. Sharks were around before trees.
270. Cockroach milk is four times as nutritious as cow’s milk.
271. Male cheetahs have a specific bark that causes female cheetahs to ovulate on-demand.
272. Isaac Newton suggested toad vomit would help cure victims of the plague.
273. The antechinus, a rare Australian marsupial discovered in 2014, is now endangered due to their mating habits. They have sex until their bodies disintegrate.
274. Goats bleat in different accents.
275. Seals have retractable nipples.
276. Dog owners take more photos of their pet than their significant other, according to a US study.
277. Caterpillars don’t “morph” into butterflies. Their bodies breakdown into a goopy-protein in their cocoons, then rapid cell-division builds them back up into a new insect.
278. The pinker the flamingo, the more aggressive it is.
279. A tiger’s tongue is so rough that just a few licks could draw blood from your hand.
280. Elephants have great memories and can recognize other animals that leave strong impressions on them. A pair of elephants who had performed in a circus together were able to recognize each other after being separated for 20 years.
281. Hamsters can fit up to a quarter of their body weight into their cheeks.
282. Mosquitos are weak fliers that can only reach speeds of about 1 mph. A breeze from a small electric fan is strong enough to keep them away.
283. Grey wolves and dogs share 99.9% of their DNA, but dogs appear to be less intelligent than their cousins.
284. Painting eyes on cows’ bottoms reduces their risk of being hunted by predators.
285. Worker bees are all female, and they’re the only ones that can sting. The males are just used for reproduction.
286. Elephants can be left or right tusked in the same way that humans are left or right handed.
287. Elephants have over 60 times as many muscles in their trunk as humans have in their entire bodies.
288. Sharks have survived four of the big five mass extinctions. This makes them older than humanity, older than Mount Everest, older than dinosaurs, and even older than trees.
289. A group of pugs is called a grumble.
290. Mountain gorillas sing to themselves while they eat.
291. When humans forbid dogs to eat foods, dogs are 4 times more likely to steal the food in the dark, when they think humans can’t spot them. Dogs based their stealing strategies on the belief that humans can’t see in low-light conditions.
292. 24 wild rabbits were released in Australia 150 years ago for hunting. The rabbit population swelled to 10 billion within about 50 years.
293. Crocodiles can quickly regrow their missing teeth. In fact, crocodiles can go through as many as 8,000 teeth over a lifetime.
294. When kept in captivity, poison dart frogs are harmless. They become poisonous in the wild because they eat ants, and the ants consume a variety of toxic plants.
295. Birds don’t fart.
296. Scientists know of nine species of shark that can walk across land.
297. A rabbit named Dory once helped save her owner’s life after he slipped into a diabetic coma. She jumped on his chest furiously until her odd behavior caught the attention of the man’s wife. She thought he was sleeping, and then called for help.
298. Elephants can die from a broken heart. Scientists have observed elephants that would lay on the ground and refuse to eat until they perished after losing a loved one.
299. Dogs also become more rebellious and less obedient when they are going through puberty.
300. Bonding with dogs causes your brain to release dopamine and oxytocin in the same way as loving a child.
301. Some owls have been known to keep little snakes as pets.
302. Male mice that eat yogurt have larger testicles.
303. 100 million years ago, crocodiles had long legs and could gallop after their prey.
304. When a kangaroo is being threatened with an attack, they’ll lead the animal into a body of water before attempting to drown them.
305. Crows are so intelligent; they’re known to play pranks on each other.
306. ost cats are lactose intolerant and shouldn’t drink milk.
307. Bats are not blind. In fact, they’re believed to have better eyesight than humans.
308. Dogs sometimes kick when you scratch their bellies because the tickling sensation from your hand could be a bug that needs to get dislodged.
309. A spider spins its web inside a street lamp, waiting to catch the flies that are attracted to the light.
310. Slow loris venom is almost identical to a protein secreted by cats that makes humans allergic to them.
311. There are no mosquitoes in Iceland.
312. The sloth is the only mammal that doesn’t fart.
313. The penis of the Argentine Lake duck is as long as the bird itself.
314. Despite being the largest animal on Earth with a mouth large enough to fit 100 people, the blue whale cannot swallow any object wider than a beach ball. Their throats are too small.
315. It’s impossible to sex a new baby giant panda just by looking, because their external genitalia don’t appear for several months.
316. Porcupines determine if they want to have sex by peeing on each other.
317. Eating polar bear liver can cause your skin to peel off and your hair to fall out.
318. Chimpanzees show annoyance by flicking their wrists at the one who has offended them.
319. Chimpanzees comfort and reassure one another by kissing and embracing.
320. Female rabbits will eat their own babies if they’re too stressed out.
321. Elephants can catch yawns from people they are familiar with.
322. Hippos mark their territory by spraying their poop around with their tails in a helicopter-like motion.
323. Cow blowing is the act of blowing into the anus or vagina of a cow, as it’s believed that it helps produce more milk.
324. Cow’s milk is more hydrating than water.
325. A wake of about 30 vultures can skeletonize a human corpse in less than five hours.
326. Dogs lick their noses to improve their sense of smell.
327. Cats sleep for about 16 hours a day, and spend another 5 hours a day grooming themselves, leaving only three hours for anything else.
328. Dog owners tend to live longer.
329. Gorillas are glad to see old friends again, even if they’ve been apart for years.
330. Swordfish sometimes intentionally stab sharks in the head with their swords.
331. Cockroaches are becoming immune to insecticides.
332. Most species of spider don’t use a web to catch their prey.
333. To avoid traumatic brain injury, woodpeckers wrap their tongues around their skulls in a small empty cavity to help cushion the blows.
334. Scientists have developed facial recognition for bears.
335. Jaguars live alone and mark their territory with their poop or by clawing trees.
336. In Kenya, termites are roasted and ground and used to make termite muffins.
337. The heart of a blue whale can weigh more than 1,300 lbs and can be heard beating from 2 miles away.
338. Whales were initially land mammals similar to hippos. They evolved to live in water after millions of years.
339. Mosquitoes spit and pee on you as they bite you.
340. Chimpanzees are capable of metacognition, or thinking about one’s own thinking.
341. Hyenas aren’t actually dogs. They are more closely related to cats.
342. The first ever cloned cat was named CC, Meaning Copy Cat.
343. Humans are about 80% genetically identical to cows.
344. The world’s oldest living animal is a 186-year-old gay tortoise named Jonathon.
345. Dinosaurs likely quacked and honked like today’s geese.
346. The shortest breed of cow in the UK is smaller than the tallest breed of sheep.
347. Flies drink alcohol when they are sexually frustrated.
348. Baboons have accents.
349. Rats do favors for their friends in exchange for snacks.
350. A peacock is actually a male peafowl, a female is called a peahen A baby peacock is called a peachick.
351. The first rabbit to fly in Air Force One is called Marlon Bundo. He is known as BOTUS (Bunny of the United States).
352. Wolves are a keystone species. When wolves return to a region, they can alter the population, distribution, and behavior of prey, impacting other creatures living there (both plant and animal), and in doing so, often change the landscape itself.
353. An adult giraffe can crush a lion’s skull with a single kick.
354. A cheeseling is a small cheese.
355. Dinosaurs lived before snakes, and flowering plants existed.
356. Most mammals larger than rats urinate for about the same amount of time. 21 seconds.
357. Avocados used to be eaten by giant ground sloths. The sloths would then poop out the avocado pits, and new avocado trees would grow.
358. Baby porcupines are called porcupettes.
359. Killer whales were named from an accidental reversal of whale killers, as they actually belong to the dolphin family.
360. The word bunny, as in a pet name for a rabbit, comes from bun, a 16th century term for a squirrel.
361. Dogs will sneeze to tell other dogs that they’re playing, so when they’re playing rough it doesn’t turn into a fight.
362. Male vampire moths drink the blood of their prey, then offer it to females as gifts during sex.
363. Cats have a special purr they use when they want attention. Cat owners often respond to this sound similar to a baby crying.
364. Cats bring humans dead animals because they think we’re bad hunters that can’t survive on our own.
365. More than half of dog owners kiss their pets more than their partners, according to a survey. They also preferred to sleep with their pet, not their partner, in the bed.
366. Human birth-control pills work on gorillas.
367. Cats are aware that they do not need humans, according to researchers at the University of Lincoln. However, dogs feel as if they’re dependent on humans.
368. Wolves are prosocial and altruistic, putting the needs of the entire pack before their own. For example, all the wolves in a pack will help take care of pups, bringing food to the mother, so she doesn’t have to leave the den.
369. Atheists are more likely to have pet cats.
370. Zebras were never domesticated because they have a ducking reflex, lack a family structure to exploit, and bite and kick more than horses.
371. Despite having no brains, jellyfish still need to sleep. Sometimes they even struggle to wake up.
372. Velociraptors were about the size of large turkeys.
373. The vaginas of female ducks contain multiple dead ends to help protect them against duck rape.
374. Baby sloths are dependent on cuddling. If a baby sloth is separated from its mother, it will squeal until they are reunited, in captivity, a baby sloth will do the same and even refuse to eat, until it has something soft to hold on to.
375. Dogs prefer to defecate when their bodies are aligned along north-south magnetic lines, but don’t appear to mind when they urinate.
376. Female lions do 85 to 90 percent of the hunting.
377. Australia has more camels than any other country in the world.
378. Dolphins are born with facial hair.
379. The first hydraulic lift was built to lift sheep onto a roof in Leeds.
380. Cats see humans as just bigger, hairless, clumsy cats.
381. The largest recorded octopus weighed 292kg, as heavy as one and a half blue whale hearts.
382. A porcupine can fight off a pride of lions.
383. Nobody knows why cats wiggle their bottoms before they pounce.
384. Male guppies help their brothers to mate by darting in front any unrelated fish who try to get close to the desired female.
385. Female hyenas have a false scrotum.
386. Self-described cat people are, on average, more intelligent than self described dog people.
387. Fish can feel pain.
388. Slow lorises have venomous armpits.
389. Most lizards can’t breathe and run at the same time.
390. According to new research, your cat will happily take treats from your enemies. Your dog, however, will not.
391. The large visible bend in a flamingo’s leg is actually its ankle, not its knee.
392. Bears don’t pee or poop while hibernating The waste is broken down into proteins used to preserve muscle and tissue during the long sleep.
393. Koalas sleep for about 20 hours a day.
394. Baby elephants suck on their trunks the same way human babies suck on their thumbs.
395. There is evidence that chimpanzees develop their own fashion trends, such as wearing a blade of grass above their ear.
396. The Golden Poison Frog (Phyllobates terribilis), the world’s most toxic amphibian, doesn’t produce poison if born in captivity.
397. Dwarf hamsters can drink ten times the amount of alcohol it would take to get a human drunk, without displaying any signs of drunkenness.
398. A blue whale is larger than a basketball court.
399. An owl can hear a mouse stepping on a twig from 75 feet away.
400. Rather than croaking, glass frogs that live near noisy streams and waterfalls, wave at each other to find a mate.
401. Cats have kidneys that are so efficient; they can rehydrate by drinking seawater.
402. A century ago, there were as many as 100,000 wild tigers in Asia Approximately 3,900 remain in the wild today.
403. Ostriches aren’t hiding when they seem to put their heads in the sand. They’re turning their eggs, which they bury to keep safe.
404. Rats laugh when tickled.
405. Octopuses change color when they’re dreaming.
406. Pig orgasms can last up to 90 minutes.
407. Dolphins aren’t automatic air-breathers like humans Each breath is a conscious effort.
408. Bats heart rates can hit 900bpm while flying.
409. The Pacu fish has human looking teeth, which it uses for grinding up seeds of nuts they find floating on the surface of the water.
410. Octopuses sometimes punch fish for no apparent reason.
411. Cats whiskers are so sensitive, they can detect the texture of an object in the dark.
412. The North American wood frog can freeze and thaw itself repeatedly over winter when temperatures get too cold. If you drop one while it’s frozen, it will make a clinking sound.
413. The majority of an octopus neurons are located in its arms. Their arms can taste, touch, and manage essential functions independently of the brain.
414. A camel can drink 53 gallons/200.627 litres of water in three minutes.
415. Most snakes have only one functioning lung.
416. The African drongo bird mimics the warning calls of other animals to scare them away from their food.
417. Snakes can’t close their eyes, so they must sleep with their eyes open.
418. Frogs never drink.
419. Dolphins appear to have names, and use their friends’ names to call them over.
420. Bears are considered by many wildlife biologists to be one of the most intelligent land animals in North America. In the animal kingdom, their intelligence is comparable to that of higher primates.
421. The giant sea cucumber uses its anus as a second mouth.
422. If a frog eats enough fireflies, its stomach will glow.
423. Male kangaroos have two penises. Female kangaroos have three vaginas.
424. Male ducks can shed and regrow their penises.
425. If you’re allergic to cats, you’re probably allergic to lions and tigers as well.
426. While humans have about 5 million scent cells, wolves have about 200 million. They can smell another animal from more than a mile away.
427. Baby opossums are so small at birth you could fit 20 in a teaspoon.
428. Hermaphroditic flatworms fence each other with their penises. The winner stabs the loser with its penis, inseminating them.
429. Chimpanzees clear their throats to show that they’re annoyed.
430. Greyhounds are universal blood donors. Most greyhounds have a blood type that can be given to almost any other breed of dog on the planet.
431. Chickens, turkeys and pigeons have all been known to reproduce asexually.
432. Cuttlefish have self-control, and are able to hold off eating snacks on the promise that they will get a better snack later.
433. All tortoises are turtles. But, not all turtles are tortoises.
434. There are more than 1,200 different kinds of bats in the world None of them are blind.
435. A whale’s vagina can be large enough to walk through.
436. A group of ravens is called a treachery, a conspiracy or an unkindness.
437. Male baboons with more female friends live longer.
438. Dogs can detect electric currents.
439. Dogs tend to prefer reggae and soft rock over other types of music.
440. Crows not only hold grudges, they tell their friends and family about them.
441. Dogs that have emotionally negative experiences often lie awake at night worrying about their problems.
442. Tigers are carnivores, but they will eat fruits and grass if they need help with digestion.
443. Chickens can sense daylight 45 minutes before humans can.
444. Baby dolphins are taught their mother’s signature whistle in the womb before they’re born.
445. Male elephants use their penises to scratch their stomachs.
446. Mice are attracted to the smell of marijuana.
447. The term dinosaur actually only refers only to land-dwelling-reptiles.
448. Hippo sweat is red and acts as a sunscreen, bug repellent, and antiseptic.
449. Pandas spend at least 12 hours a day eating.
450. A group of apes is called a shrewdness.
451. Religious people are less likely to own cats.
452. An elephant’s skin can be up to one inch (2.54 centimeters) thick but is so sensitive that it can sense a fly landing on it.
453. Hens go through henopause, the point at which they stop laying eggs.
454. Tigers cannot purr. They squint or close their eyes when they’re happy.
455. Koalas store leaves in their cheek pouches to eat later.
456. Dogs, weasels, seals, raccoons, and bears are all related, belonging to the suborder Caniformia.
457. There are more than 200 million insects for every human on Earth.
458. White rhinos and black rhinos are actually the same color.
459. It would take one month for a sloth to travel a mile.
460. Beekeepers are advised not to eat bananas Their scent makes bees angry because it’s similar to the pheromones that tell bees to attack.
461. The worlds largest frog, the goliath frog, is found in West Africa. It can grow to over a foot long and weigh up to 7 pounds.
462. The average erect gorilla penis is 3cm (1.25 inches) long.
463. Toad refers to frogs with knobby skin and shorter hind legs.
464. Cats can’t taste sugar.
465. Bats give birth upside down and catch their babies in their wings.
466. If your dog had the power to give you treats, they probably wouldn’t choose to do so.
467. All beached whales discovered in the United Kingdom belong to the Queen.
468. Giving pet cats meat-rich meals and playing with them for 10 minutes a day reduces the amount of hunting they do.
469. The cells that cause pigmentation in cats develop near the spine, and don’t always successfully migrate all the way around the body. This is why cats often have white bellies.
470. Dogs can get a sense of when you’re supposed to be home from work based on how much of your scent is left in the house.
471. Snakes can see with their eyes closed.
472. The pobblebonk frog is so called because when it croaks it sounds like it’s saying the word pobblebonk.
473. Baby vampire bats are sometimes adopted by the mother’s best friend if the mother dies.
474. Ducks and penguins were called arsefeet in the 1800s because their feet are so close to their bottoms.
475. A group of rhinos is called a crash.
476. The bullfrog is the only animal that never sleeps.
477. Dogs generally wag their tails more to the right when they’re experiencing positive emotions, and more to the left when experiencing negative emotions.
478. A group of caterpillars is called an army.
479. Vampire bats practice social distancing when they feel ill.
480. Naked mole rats are extremely xenophobic.
481. Bees have five eyes.
482. Dragonflies have six legs but can’t walk.
483. Cows tend to face either the north or south when they graze.
484. The New Mexico whiptail lizard is an all female species Their eggs develop without being fertilized and all of their offspring are female. By nature, they only have same-sex relationships.
485. Cats spend between 30 and 50 percent of their day grooming themselves.
486. Bats address each other as individuals and even get into arguments.
487. Like humans, fish pause for a moment before communicating something particularly important.
488. In 2015, a woman named Angela adopted a cat named Missy. After Missy began pawing at Angela’s chest, Angela went to the doctor and discovered she had cancer A year later, Missy pawed at Angela’s chest again, and tests revealed her cancer returned.
489. Camels mouths are so tough they can eat spiny cacti.
490. Turkeys can reproduce without having sex.
491. The male platypus is actually venomous. Their venom is immediate, painful, long-lasting and resistant to painkillers.
492. In the 18th century, small cannons were sometimes mounted on camels.
493. Wolves are typically monogamous, with mated pairs usually remaining together for life.
494. Sloths can’t shiver when they’re cold.
495. In order to determine if dogs feel jealousy, researchers at the University of Auckland made dogs watch them pet stuffed dogs. The dogs were indeed jealous of the stuffed dogs.
496. Dogs can have cat allergies (and vice versa).
497. The ancient Egyptians kept domesticated cheetahs as house pets and trained them to hunt.
498. Thanks to a chemical stored in its genitals, the male Heliconius melpomene butterfly makes females smell so bad after sex they turn off rival mates.
499. Cows, mooses, rhinos, and horses can sleep standing up, but can’t dream unless they lie down.
500. Baby turtles call to each other while they’re still in their shells so that they all hatch at the same time.
501. Magnets repel sharks.
502. Frogs have roamed the earth for more than 200 million years, at least as long as dinosaurs.
503. Like humans, fish are reckless when drunk.
504. Cows have 11 blood types.
505. Electric eels hunt in packs. As many as ten eels swarm their prey and shock it all at once.
506. Flamingos have friendship cliques and won’t mix with other groups that they don’t like.
507. A turtle’s gender can be determined by the noise it makes Females hiss while males grunt.
508. Peruvians eat 65 million guinea pigs a year usually roasted with the head left on.
509. Cows get cowpox, but chickens don’t get chickenpox.
510. Whales breastfeed by shooting milk out of their nipples because whales don’t have lips and therefore can’t suckle.
511. Chimpanzees are known to steal alcohol, get drunk, and assault humans, mistaking them for other monkeys.
512. Dogs can understand as many as 250 words and gestures The average dog is as intelligent as a 2-year-old child.
513. Baby Fitzroy River turtles breathe through their butts.
514. Mother bats change their pitch, similar to baby talk, when communicating with their babies.
515. Something killed off 90% of all sharks 19 million years ago. No one knows what.
516. Sheep have a field of vision of about 300 degrees, which allows them to see behind themselves without turning their heads.
517. Male seahorses have contractions while giving birth.
518. A small bog is called a boglet.
519. Spiders can have arachnophobia.
520. Scientists have recently discovered a population of South American caecilians sometimes known as penis snakes in Florida.
521. Lions can sleep for up to 24 hours following a large meal.
522. Male ducks grow larger penises when they live near competing males.
523. A slug’s anus is located on its head.
524. A rat is more likely to help a trapped rat if it’s joined by other rats that are also willing to help.
525. Female bed bugs don’t have vaginal openings, so males must stab them in the abdomen with their penises.
526. Great white sharks are colour-blind and attracted to certain shapes. That’s why hungry sharks sometimes attack people: when swimming or paddling surfboards, we look like sea lions or seals to them.
527. Bats are the only mammals that can fly.
528. Chicken feathers can be recycled to produce animal feed, sports supplements and even protein-rich substitutes for meat and fish.
529. Cows don’t actually have four stomachs, they have one stomach with four compartments.
530. Cuckoos work out while they’re still in the egg.
531. Nobody really knows how eels reproduce.
532. Young songbirds babble when they are learning to sing adult songs, just like human babies.
533. Lobsters communicate by peeing on each other out of their heads.
534. Ants have social networks which involve them communicating through vomiting into each other’s mouths.
535. The megalodon’s penis was about 20 feet long.
536. Cats cannot make long-term plans.
537. The better a bird can fly, the more likely it is to lay oval eggs.
538. When giraffes are born, they fall six feet to the ground but are rarely injured Instead, the fall breaks their umbilical cords and frees them from their natal sac, allowing them to take their first breath.
539. Orangutan mothers refuse to share their food with their children once they determine their children are old enough to feed themselves.
540. duck’s quack doesn’t echo. No one knows why.
541. Cats in ancient Ethiopia were treated with love and respect. They were permitted to stay in the inner sanctuary of churches and it was forbidden to kill or to eat cats. In Aksum a piece of land was granted for the accommodation of the church cats.
542. Orcas (killer whales) kill sharks by torpedo-ing up into the shark’s stomach from underneath, causing the shark to explode.
543. A cow bison hybrid is called a beefalo.
544. Turkeys can blush.
545. There are more than 2,400 flea species in the world.
546. When a male hummingbird mates with a female the sex only lasts for around 3-5 seconds.
547. Unfortunately, kudu horns are still considered a valuable trophy, a reason why these amazing animals are killed.
548. Lemurs are really friendly. They exist in large families, where fights and conflicts are extremely rare.
549. Although foxes are distant relatives of dogs and wolves, they live alone, not in packs.
550. If the water is deep, hippos swim. When swimming, they paddle mainly with their hind limbs, like frogs. In shallower areas, the animals move jerkily, pushing off the bottom with their limbs. The water does not get into their eyes or ears.
551. The mountain viscacha is the most tired animal on earth.
552. The female armadillo has a unique ability. In stressful situations, it can delay births for up to two years.
553. Female squirrels have strong maternal instincts. If a baby squirrel loses a parent, other squirrels take them into their family.
554. Australian dogs lick toads that release a hallucinogenic poison to get high.
555. When 2 zebras stand side by side they usually face each other in opposite directions to keep an eye out for predators.
556. An ostrich’s eye is bigger than its brain. This could be why the birds often run round in circles when trying to escape predators despite their fast running speed.
557. Female dragonflies will fake their own deaths to avoid mating with unwanted males.
558. To ensure her dominance, the queen mole rat works to make it impossible for other female mole rats to have litters. In fact, the queen can produce a substance in her urine that renders other female mole rats infertile.
559. The black mamba is the fastest snake in the world. It can reach speeds of up to 20 km/h if the need arises.
560. Even without moving their eyes, some birds have a 360-degree field of view.
561. Scorpion Have 12 Eyes.
562. Earth-Worm have 5 hearts.
563. Snail Have 25,000 Teeth.
564. Rats Can Stay upto 14 days without Food.
565. Sheeps Can never drink a moving water. this means they will not drink from river.
566. Only The Workers bees/Female Bees produce Honey.
567. Scorpion’s Poison Can Kill Scorpion But Snake’s Poison will not kill Snake.
568. 1Gram Cobra’s Poison Can Kill 50 people.
569. Whale’s Heart beat is 7 times in One minute.
570. Prairie dogs communicate using a language that has more than 50 unique words including messages for human and human with a gun.
571. Frogs Drinks water not by their mouth Instead By their Skin.
572. Lizards Smell By Their Tongue.
573. Rabbits jump & Run But they can’t walk.
574. Butterflys Have 12,000 Eyes.
575. Ostrich’s Meat Is free from any Cholestrol & Fat.
576. World Wide There are over 15 billion Chickens.
577. A bird’s feathers weigh more than its entire skeleton.
578. Girrafes don’t have Vocal Cords So they don’t make a sound. They are Silent all the time.
579. Scorpion have 10 eyes but can’t see that clear.
580. The Male Sea Horse gets Pregnant and while the female Sea Hores doesn’t get pregnant.
581. Snails Can not hear anything.
582. The grizzly bear can run faster than the average horse.
583. An Animal That Can Roar like lion is Ostrich.
584. Ants can live for 15 to 20 years.
585. An ostrich can’t hop when its tail is lifted off the ground.
586. Around 50% of orangutans have fractured bones due to falling from trees on a daily basis.
587. The lungfish can go more than four years without a meal.
588. Some female kinds of fish, like parrotfish, can spontaneously change into males.
589. A dogs heart beats 40 times a minute faster than yours.
590. A bee has four wings.
591. The olm can go 10 years without eating.
592. Crocodiles can go up to three years without eating.
593. Mosquitoes have 47 teeth.
594. The popular fact about hyenas only scavenging to eat is not entirely true . Hyena’s actually hunt 90% of what they eat.
595. Shrimp’s hearts are in their heads.
596. Snakes are true carnivorous because they eat nothing but other animals. They do not eat any type of plant material.
597. Dolphins cannot stay long underwater because they breathe through their blowholes above water.
598. Crocodiles swallow stones to help them dive deeper.
599. Spiders have transparent blood.
600. Red sea urchins are believed to be almost immortal. They are found in the shallow water of the Pacific Ocean along the West Coast of North America. These small, spiny creatures have been known to live for more than 200 years.
601. A very unique jellyfish which can revert back to its premature state when exposed to stress or injury. Whilst this means it is biologically immortal, in practice they don’t live forever. They can get injured and eaten just like other animals.
602. The most expensive dog in the world is the Tibetan Mastiff.
603. Elephants are the only animal that can’t jump.
604. It takes a sloth two weeks to digest its food.
605. In North America the buffalo is the largest land animal.
606. The longest recorded flight of a chicken is 13 seconds.
607. Vultures fly without flapping their wings.
608. A snail’s reproductive organs are in its head.
609. Two rats can parent 15,000 rats in less than a year.
610. Snails have 14,000 teeth and some can even kill you.
611. Crocodiles have no lips and can hold their breath for an hour .
612. A study found that orcas can learn to speak dolphin.
613. Tigers have STRIPPED SKIN but not STRIPPED fur . Which are like fingerprints , no two tigers have the same stripes.
614. Butterflies taste their food with their feet.
615. A tarantula can live without food for more than two years.
616. Male dogs lift their legs when they are urinating for a reason. They are trying to leave their mark higher so that it gives off the message that they are tall and intimidating.
617. A hippo’s wide open mouth is big enough to fit a 4 foot-tall child in.
618. There’s an entire breed of dwarf cats with abnormally short legs. They are called Munchkin Cats.
619. Tigers have been known to seek revenge on those who have wronged them.
620. A chicken loses feathers when it becomes stressed.
621. Australia is home to the giant Gippsland earthworm, which can grow to some 6 feet long and can be heard underfoot when it burrows
622. It is physically impossible for pigs to look up into the sky.
623. More people are allergic to cow’s milk than any other food.
624. Gorillas burp when they are happy
625. Male dolphins are called Bulls, and females Cows.
626. A cat’s tail has 19 to 23 vertebrae, about 10 percent of the total number of bones in its body.
627. Unlike most other salamanders and amphibians, the alpine salamander doesn’t lay eggs. It gives birth to fully developed young after being pregnant for 2-3 years.
628. When a carnivore’s belly stays full, it loses the urge to hunt, which is why aquarium sharks rarely eat the small fish living in their tank.
629. A study using rats found that marijuana minimized their willingness, but not their actual ability, to do a task.
630. Elephants have the largest brain of any land mammal. Nearly 11 pounds on average.
631. According to a study, young whales must exercise to stay fit, build their breath-holding capacity, and make sustained, extended dives.
632. The most obvious difference between snakes and legless lizards is that snakes have forked tongues, while legless lizards don’t.
633. You never see a fat ant because ants store extra food in their crop, where it can be quickly thrown up if another hungry ant needs a meal.
634. Female elephants are known to masturbate one another with their trunks, but only in captivity.
635. Two rats will stop playing with each other if the bigger rat doesn’t let the smaller one win at least 30% of the time.
636. Once a dog hits the age of 10, its chance of dying from cancer is 50 percent.
637. Chipmunks and other small rodents have quicker reaction times because they process light faster, essentially seeing the world in slow motion.
638. Lemon sharks can give birth to about 36 babies at one time.
639. Octopuses are most intelligent and sentient creature among invertebrates.
640. Hummingbirds have no sense of smell and can’t walk.
641. Snakes can help predict earthquakes.
642. Dogs really produce more facial movements and use puppy-dog eyes when a human is paying attention to them.
643. King Cobra is the only species of snakes that build nests.
644. Sharks never get sick, they are immune to all known diseases.
645. Centipedes always have an odd number of pairs of legs, so no centipede has exactly 100 legs
646. Cockroaches can withstand up to 900 times their own body weight without being hurt.
647. Dogs have about 1700 taste buds.
648. A mule is a hybrid of male donkey and female horse.
649. In the last 4000 years no new animals have been domesticated.
650. This is an animal named Geep, which is a cross between a Goat and a Sheep.
651. Cows produce more milk when listening to music.
652. Cats are able to climb up trees, but get stuck because of how their claws are curved. They’re unable to climb down.
653. The so called Darth Vader jellyfish has 4 tentacles and 12 stomachs, and lives at depths of up to a mile and a half.
654. Crows have over 200 different warning calls they use to alert one another, including calls to identify cats, hawks and humans.
655. The tiger is the only predator known to prey on adult bears.
656. Your dog does have a sense of time and misses you when you’re gone.
657. There are more than 150 dog breeds,divided into 8 classes,Sporting,hound, Working, Terrier, Toy, Non-sporting, Herding, and Miscellaneous.
658. Dogs can vary in size from a 36 inch (150+lb.)Great Dane to a 2 lb.Chihuahua.
659. Penguins will push other penguins into water as a sacrifice to check to see if the area is safe and free of predators.
660. Puppies and kittens can be adopted as early as 8 weeks(3month)of age. Until then,they should stay with their moms and littermates.
661. It was recently discovered that dogs do see in color,just not as vivid as we see.
662. Some star fish can have birth defects that make them square.
663. The Basenji is the only barkless dog in the world.
664. A jellyfish’s mouth is also its anus. These creatures eat and discard waste from the same opening, according to National Geographic.
665. When a puppy is born,he is blind,deaf,and toothless.
666. If never spayed or neutered,a female dog, her mate, and their puppies could produce over 66,000dogs in 6 years.
667. 15 people die in the U.S.every year from dog bites.
668. Elephants sometimes get drunk from eating fermented fruits in the wild.
669. The Bible mentions dogs 14 times.
670. Chimpanzees tend to keep their sleeping areas very clean – Cleaner than most humans, according to biologists.
671. If you leave your dog a piece of clothing that smells like you,the scent will comfort them and it can help curb their separation anxiety.
672. Some scorpions shed their tails to escape from predators, in doing so, they also remove their anus.
673. Dogs have at least 18 muscles in each ear.
674. Not only can spiders walk on water, but they’re also able to breathe under it too.
675. The tallest dog in the world is 44 inches tall.
676. No night vision goggles needed! Dogs eyes contain a special membrane,called the tapetum lucidum,which allows them to see in the dark.
677. Dogs curl up in a ball when they sleep due to an age old instinct to keep themselves warm and protect their abdomen and vital organs from predators.
678. Dogs can learn more than 1000 words.
679. Spiders have blue blood.
680. The smallest breed of dog is not chihuahua, but Yorkshire terrier. One fully grown adult was only 2.5 tall.
681. Animals, such as whales and toads, can naturally explode.
682. There are about 400 million dogs in the world.
683. Some fungus have 36,000 genders.
684. According to a study shared by Cornell University,dogs were domesticated between 9,000and 34,000years ago.
685. Dogs are omnivores — they eat meat,grains and vegetables.
686. The Saiga antelope, is a bizarre looking and critically endangered species of antelope found only in certain parts of Asia.
687. The heaviest breed,the Mastiff,weighs about 200 pounds.
688. A Russian dog named Laika was the first animal in space, traveling around Earth in 1957.
689. Hebridean sheep often grow two horns.
690. Puppies have 28 teeth and adult dogs have 42.
691. Sulawesi gliding lizards have wings to glide through the jungle from tree to tree.
692. Dogs are direct descendants of wolves.
693. It’s hard to tell the difference between female and male hyenas because the females have clitorises so large, they look like penises.
694. A dog’s average body temperature is 101.2degrees.
695. Cockroaches have distinct personalities, a study found.
696. Obesity is the top health problem among dogs.
697. The largest known kill by an eagle was a duiker deer weighing 82 lb (37 kg), which was 7 to 8 times the weight of the Martial Eagle that killed it.
698. Female dogs carry puppies for about nine weeks before birth.
699. Moths Are Unable To Fly During An Earthquake.
700. The Night Vision Of Tigers Is 6 Times Better Than Humans.
701. The Average Hen Lays 228 Eggs A Year.
702. 1 Billion Snails Are Served In Restaurants Each Year.
703. There Is A Species Of Bird, Antpitta Avis Canis Ridgley, That Barks Like A Dog.
704. You Can Tell The Sex Of A Horse By Its Teeth.Most Males Have 40,Females Have 36.
705. A White Tiger Can Only Be Born When Both Parents Carry The Gene For White Colouring.
706. The liger is a hybrid offspring of a male lion (Pantheraleo) and a female tiger (Pantheratigris). The liger has parents in the same genus but of different species. They enjoy swimming, which is a characteristic of tigers, and are very sociable like lions. Notably, ligers typically grow larger than either parent species.
707. Tigon is a hybrid cross between a male tiger (Pantheratigris) and a female lion (Pantheraleo).Thus,it has parents with the same genus but of different species.
708. Baby sharks eat each other in the womb until only one shark is born.
709. Octopus have 8 legs & 3 hearts and can change it’s colors.
710. Crows and owls instinctively are natural enemies and will harass each other, even if they’ve had no previous exposure.
711. Snakes Can’t Bite In Rivers Or Swamps (they Would Drown Otherwise).
712. Cats were a common wedding gift among Vikings due to their association with the goddess of luck, Freyja. Men favored women who loved cats, believing that it increased the likelihood of a happy marriage.
713. Ants get their sleep through power naps, with the average worker ant taking 250 one minute naps in a day.
714. Pandas don’t have specific sleeping spots. They just sleep wherever they happen to be whenever they get tired.
715. The black footed cat is the deadliest wildcat in the world. Though they only weigh 2 to 6 pounds, they have a hunting success rate of 60 percent. To put this into perspective, cheetahs have a hunting success rate of 38 percent while lions have a hunting success rate of 25 percent.
716. There is no scientific difference between a dove and pigeon.
717. Spider legs build webs without the brain’s help.
718. Female dogs can have a false pregnancy that mimics the symptoms of real pregnancy, including producing breast milk.
719. Tortoise shells aren’t just for protection. The shells are connected directly into the tortoise’s nervous system. These nerves give the shell the ability to transmit both pleasure and pain sensations.
720. The South African Black Rain Frog, it is a frog that looks like an angry avocado and fills itself up with air to appear rounder, like a pufferfish, when feeling threatened.
721. Rabbits may eat their own offspring when stressed.
722. Goat milk digests in 20 min while cow milk takes up to 8 hours.
723. Cicadas are the world’s loudest insects; their singing can be as loud as 100 decibels.
724. Squirrels don’t sweat or pant so when they get hot they lay flat on the ground to cool off. This is called, Splooting.
725. Baby owls sleep facedown because their heads are too heavy.
726. Male goats urinate on their heads to smell more attractive to females.
727. Only 1 in every 1000 sea turtles born will survive to maturity.
728. Sea cucumbers have anal teeth to stop certain organisms from living inside their butt.
729. Killer whales or orcas are the apex predator of the ocean, not great white sharks.
730. There is a classs of spiders commonly known as Daddy Longlegs.
731. There is a type of chameleon, called Jackson’s Chameleon, that has horns like a triceratops.
732. Termite queens live longer than any other insect. Some scientists estimate that they can live as long as 100 years .
733. The kereru (New Zealand Wood Pigeon) is well known for getting drunk off fermented fruit and falling out of trees. Consequently, it has earned the reputation for being clumsy, drunk, gluttonous, and glamorous.
734. Tiger beetles run so fast they temporarily blind themselves. When moving at up to 120 body lengths per second, their environment becomes a blur as their eyes can’t gather enough light to form an image.
735. Some fish give birth through their mouths.
736. Sperm Whales are often found with tentacle scars which indicates that they regularly fight with Giant Squids.
737. Flamingo’s can only eat when it’s head is upside down.
738. 3% of Birds have penises.
739. Chickens will eat their own feathers to get more protein.
740. Ostrich kicks can kill humans and lions.
741. Elephants rarely get cancer because they have 20 copies of a key tumor fighting gene, humans have just one.
742. Butterflies drink turtle tears as a source of sodium and minerals.
743. Some lions can mate over 100 times a day.
744. There Are Around 393 Species of Parrots.
745. There are more kangaroos in Australia than there are people, 50 million kangaroo compared to about 25 million people.
746. Camels can drink 50 gallons (189,27 liters) of water in 3 minutes.
747. It takes a chicken 24 to 26 hours to produce an egg.
748. Female Spiders can lay up to 3,000 eggs at one time. 
749. The Chinese giant salamander is the world’s largest amphibian, reaching lengths of more than 1.8m.
750. Hippos and certain fish have a symbiotic relationship where the fish eat the dead skin off of the hippo and also clean them of ticks and parasites
751. A porcupine has about 30 thousand quills.
752. Male spiders like to dance and give presents to the female spider.
753. Ducks have really good eyesight. They can see 2-3 times further than humans can. 🦆They also like to curl.
754. Crickets have ears on their front legs. Located just below the knees, their ears are among the smallest in the animal kingdom. In addition to crickets, grasshoppers and locusts also have ears on their legs.
755. There are approximately over 42,000 different species of spider.
756. Snakes always keep their eyes open, even when they are asleep. Snakes can’t close their eyes because they do not have eyelids. They do have eye scales which cover their eyes and shed when the snake sheds its skin.
757. Sea otters always float on their backs when they eat. These marine mammals dine on animals including mussels, sea urchins, clams, and snails, all while floating on their backs. Their extremely dense fur protects them from the cold waters as they eat.
758. Bull Semen(Sperm) is used as hair conditioner for hair growth & treatment. It is a widely adopted as hair rebuilding therapy offered by many London beauty salons.
759. The black mamba is the fastest snake in the world. It can reach speeds of up to 20 km/h if the need arises.
760. Only two animals can see behind them without turning their heads. This is a parrot and a rabbit.
761. Upon reaching about 4 months of age, the grown-up arctic fox cubs leave their parents. The next year they return to help their family with the upbringing of the next offspring.
762. The bee never dies inside the hive. The only exception is in winter. It senses its death approaching and leaves the hive in time, flying away as far away as possible. But even if it happens that a bee dies in the hive, it falls to the bottom, and another bee carries its body as far as possible.
763. Jaguars can imitate the voices of monkeys in order to lure their congeners.
764. Monkeys are almost omnivorous, although the main part of their diet is plant food.
765. A new study that reveals Greenland sharks can live 500 years and don’t even reach puberty until their 150th birthday.
766.  Spiders recycle old webs by eating them.
767. Male bees will ejaculate themselves to death during heatwaves(hot temperature).
768. Some Monkeys engage in tool-assisted masturbation by tapping and rubbing stones against their genitals.
769. Snow leopards carry their tail in their mouths so as not to get wet or dirty.also when they are exposed to stressful factors and environments and sometimes to as a play toy.
770. Horned lizards shoot blood out of their eyes.To scare of predators, this lizard shoots blood out of its eyes to defend itself from enemies.
771. Male orb weaver spiders have detachable genitals. When they finish mating, they leave it in the female and run, so she doesn’t eat them. The detachable penis keeps pumping even after their owner has moved on.
772. A Typical Mayfly Only Lives One Day. The full life of a mayfly passes through four stages. egg, nymph, subimago and adult all this in one day.
773. A capybara, the largest rodent family native to southern America weighing up to 66kg, is the friendliest animal on earth.
774. Capuchin monkeys greet each other by sticking their fingers up into each other’s noses.
775. Animals with smaller bodies and faster metabolism such as Flies chipmunks squirrels, and hummingbirds see the world in slow motion. This is why Flies often avoid being swatted or hit. They have quicker reaction times because they process light faster, essentially seeing the world in slow motion.
776. Goats have accents and can’t understand other goats from a different country or different areas because of the difference in their accents.
777. Male sea slugs marine species cut off their own penis after sex & grow back a new one.
778. Most spiders have eight eyes, but they have poor eye sight they can’t see far.
779. The assassin bug wears the corpses of its victims like backpack to use it as camouflage and armor.
780. Great White Sharks regularly meet up in the middle of the pacific ocean in an area known as the White Shark Cafe. They meet there annually and nobody exactly knows why.
781. Did u know that crocodiles have by far the greatest bite force of about 16460 newton per bite in comparison lions and tigers generate a bite force of around 4450 newton per bite.
782. Spiders have no teeth so they can’t chew food. They inject digestive juices into their captured prey and then suck up the liquefied creature.
783. The largest species of spider tarantulas can kill mice, birds and some lizards.
784. The Ayam Cemani is a rare breed of Chicken from Indonesia. The whole Chicken is solid Black, the meat, skin, organs, bone marrow, tongue, eyes, and the egg it lays. Each one costs $2500.
785. The antechinus, a rare Australian marsupial discovered in 2014, is now endangered due to their mating habits, they have sex until their bodies explodes (disintegrate).
786. Horses wink with their vaginas when they are horny.
787. Male llamas bite off other male llama’s testicles to get rid of competitors and secure title as the only fertile male during the mating season.
788. Did u know horseshoe crabs are the oldest living species alive they have been around unchanged for at least 445 million years.
789. Elephants are afraid of bees, because Elephants dislike being stung in the soft tissue that’s present inside their trunks and around their eyes.
790. Crows, Ravens and wolves have a special relationship. Called Wolf Birds.
791. Chimpanzees fight wars like humans but usually ending with cannibalism.
792. The World’s smallest snake is a species of known as the Barbados threadsnake. It is only 4 inches (10cm)long.
793. Dogs will sometimes fake being sick to get attention.
794. It’s hard to tell the difference between female and male hyenas because the females have clitorises so large, they look like penises. In hyena societies, females are the leaders of the group and are larger than males.
795. Ants go to war similar to humans. They use even more advanced strategies such as sending the weaker ants out to fight first.
796. Hebridean is a breed of sheep that often grows four horns.
797. A newborn kangaroo is the size of a bean, about 1 inch(2.54 cm) in length.
798. Pigeons can learn abstract numerical rules, a skill that scientists had believed only primates possessed.
799. Leaf insects or Phylliidae use camouflage to take on the appearance of a leaf. They do this so accurately that thier predators often aren’t able to distinguish them from real leaves.
800. Turtles and Tortoises can never leave their shells.
801. An Ant has 2 stomachs, one to store food for itself, the other to store food to share with other ants.
802. Male Giraffes drink the female’s urine to see if she is ready to mate.
803. leeches are bloodsucking worms that have 10 stomachs, 32 brains, nine pairs of testicles, and several hundred teeth.
804. Sea otters hold hands when they sleep To prevent themselves from floating away in the swirling sea and prevent themselves from drifting from the group.
805. If snakes get too hot, they can become confused and begin to eat itself until it dies.
806. Dogs nose prints are as unique as a human’s fingerprints and can be used to accurately identify them.
807. Dolphins, crows and parrots name their babies. They produce unique sound for each of their group member.
808. Mosquitoes, which mate in the air perform a sex act that lasts only 2 seconds.
809. There are around 64 species of flying fish, and they really do fly. Technically they glide, but they glide like birds do.Then the flying fish spreads its long wing like pectoral fins and tilts them upward, similar to a bird.
810. Dolphins, elephants, chimpanzees, magpies and great apes have shown the ability to recognize their own reflections.
811. A pigs orgasm lasts for thirty(30) minutes. It is the longest in the animal world.
812. Chameleons often have tongues longer than their bodies.
813. World’s largest frog is The Goliath Frog of Gabon in West Africa and can grow as big as 33cm long and up to 3kg heavy.
814. World’s smallest frog. The Little Grass Frog, is no bigger than a house fly. It is also considered the world’s smallest known vertebrate.
815. Sheeps Can Detect Other Sheep Faces Like Humans Do. They Can Remember Up To 50 Sheep Faces.
816. In Saudi Arabia, there is an annual beauty contest for camels.
817. The smallest living horse (male) is Bombel (in Poland), who measures 56.7 cm (22.36 in).
818. A species of bee called lisotrigona loves to drink human tears.
819. Elephants Can Smell Water From As Far Away As Three Miles(4Km).
820. Gorillas Beat Their Chests When They Get Nervous.
821. The Venom Of The King Cobra Is So Deadly That One Gram Of It Can Kill 150 People.
822. Sharks Never Stop Moving, Even When They Sleep Or Rest.
823. Bees can not see you if you are not moving.
824. Small dogs usually live longer than larger breeds.
825. Female elephants are called cows. They start to have calves when they are about 12 years old and they are pregnant for 22 months.
826. Rattlesnake mating sessions have been known to last more than 22 hours.
827. German Shepherds bite humans more than any other breed of dog.
828. Pandas can poop up to 40 times a day.
829. African grey parrots are the first birds known to be kind to each other even when there is no benefit to themselves.
830. Vultures fly without flapping their wings.
831. If a female Fox dies, her mate will stay single forever, but widowed female Fox looks for a new mate immediately.
832. When a female giraffe is ready to give birth, she’ll often return to the place where she was born to have her baby.
833. Male cheetahs have a specific bark that causes female cheetahs to ovulate on demand.
834. Cockroaches can make group decisions.
835. There’s a lizard known as Jesus Christ Lizard due to its ability to run on the water.
836. Seals have been known to sexually assault penguins.
837. Dogs can sniff out prostate cancer with 98 percent accuracy.
838. A hippopotamus must stay moist because if its skin dries out, it will crack.
839. Some animals have the ability to completely freeze solid during the winter, then thaw in the spring and remain perfectly healthy.
840. Some female sharks store sperm after mating, potentially holding on to it for years before they’re ready to reproduce.
841. Polar bears and grizzly bears are mating in the arctic giving rise to a new type of bear known as pizzly bear.
842. Lizards can self amputate their tails for protection. It grows back after a few months.
843. A group of cows is called murder.
844. Butterflies can’t fly if they’re cold.
845. Two tablespoons of honey would give a bee enough energy to fly around the world.
846. Honey from honeybees is actually their vomit.
847. According to a Japanese study, looking at cute animal pictures can boost your focus.
848. Honey bees are more likely to dance if they have been given cocaine.
849. Opposums defend themselves by faking their own death.
850. In West Bengal, India , cows must have a photo ID card.
851. Japan is home to about a dozen cat islands, places where cats significantly outnumber people.
852. Turtles were living on our planet when dinosaurs were.
853. Baboons kidnap dogs and keep them as pets.
854. Rats have metacognition, the ability to think about their own thoughts.
855. The volume of one ostrich egg is roughly equivalent to 24 chicken eggs.
856. Sea horses mate for life and travel holding each other’s tails.
857. A chicken named Mike lived for a year and a half without his head.
858. Pigs can become alcoholics.
859. Since 2005, donkeys in Britain have been required to have a passport.
860. A species of lizard in Australia is currently evolving from laying eggs to give birth.
861. There are more kinds of beetles than any other animal in the world over 350,000.
862. Cats and killer whales both kill for fun.
863. Goats prefer happy people. They can differentiate between human facial expressions and prefer to interact with happy people.
864. Every year, nearly four million cats are eaten in Asia.
865. Chimpanzees can live up to 40 years in the wild, and 60 years in captivity.
866. Small animals, like ants, cannot die by falling from any height.
867. Sharks lay the biggest eggs in the world.
868. The platypus and the anteater are the only two mammals who lay eggs.
869. Flies drink alcohol when they are sexually frustrated.
870. Guinea pigs are neither pigs nor from Guinea.
871. There are spiders big enough to eat snakes in Australia.
872. The wood frog can hold its pee for up to eight months.
873. Mosquitoes have killed more humans than all the wars in history.
874. Honeybees can recognize and tell the difference between human faces.
875. Dolphins name themselves and keep the name for the rest of their life.
876. The first 2 years of a dog’s life are equal to 24 human years.
877. Sharks are apparently the only animals that never sick, they are immune for every type of disease even cancer.
878. Owls are one of the only birds who can see the color blue.
879. Cats urine glows under a black light.
880. Elephants can hear through their feet.
881. Sharks kill an average of 12 people per year. Humans kill 11,417 sharks per hour.
882. Swans only have one partner for their entire life. If that partner passes away, they can die of a broken heart.
883. Elephant brains can weigh as much as 5kg, more than the brain of any other land animal.
884. Elephants have been known to remain standing even after they die.
885. The only food cockroaches won’t eat are cucumbers.
886. Cats only meow to communicate with humans not other cats.
887. A cat’s dream usually last 2 to 3 minutes.
888. It’s possible to lead a cow upstairs, but not downstairs.
889. Hares are born with fur and can see, while rabbits are born naked and blind.
890. A flock of ravens is called an unkindness.
891. Human hair and birds feathers both evolved from reptiles scales.
892. Ravens are so smart, they know when someone is watching them. They display what’s called theory of mind, the ability to attribute mental states to others.
893. Rats multiply so quickly that in 18 months, two rats could have over a million descendants.
894. Worms eat their own poo.
895. Did you know birds need gravity to swallow.
896. Proportional to their size, cats have the largest eyes of all mammals.
897. Small dogs usually live longer than larger breeds.
898. An adult male duck is called drake.
899. Dolphins can put one side of the brain to sleep as they swim while the other side remains alert. Then they can switch, putting the other hemisphere to sleep.
900. A queen bee continues to mate until she collects more than 70 million sperm from multiple males.
901. Three days after they die, ants give off an odor which other ants pick up on. They come pick up the ant and carry it to an ant graveyard.
902. Dogs react to inequality in ways similar to humans and stop cooperating when they feel they are being treated unfairly.
903. Earthworms have even been ranked the number one most influential species in the history of the planet. Above both dinosaurs and humans.
904. After a male honey bee climaxes during sex, his testicles explode and his penis is ripped off.
905. Baby blue whales drink almost 60 gallons of milk in a day and gain 194 pounds every 24 hours.
906. An ant’s sense of smell is stronger than a dog’s.
907. Mosquitos kill around 725,000 humans yearly, while lions kill less than 100, according to the World Health Organisation.
908. Octopuses have copper based blood instead of iron-based blood, which is why their blood is blue rather than red.
909. When hippos are upset, their sweat turns red.
910. Crows are able to remember the faces of people who harassed and abused them. They invite other crows to join them to take revenge.
911. Without bats, we wouldn’t have tequila. Tequila comes from the agave plant, which is pollinated by bats.
912. The longest living insect is the Termite. The termite queen may live as long as 100 years.
913. Once the Queen is deemed unfit to serve due to old age or disease, worker bees cluster tightly around her body until she dies of Cluster death.
914. Elephants only sleep for two hours each day.
915. Male wolves are extremely caring and gentle with their female partners. Only death is able to separate them.
916. Male mice actually sing love songs for females. The sounds they make are ultrasonic and humans are unable to hear them.
917. Female chickens, or hens, need about 24 to 26 hours to produce one egg. Thirty minutes later they start the process all over again. In addition to the half hour rests, some hens rest every three to five days and others rest every 10 days.
918. Hippos sleep underwater by taking advantage of a reflex that allows them to bob up, take a breath and sink back down without waking up.
919. Young beavers stay with their parents for the first two years of their lives before going out on their own.
920. Camels and giraffes have the longest eyelashes of any animal.
921. A shark can detect one part of blood in 100 million parts of water.
922. A Mouse sperm is longer than an elephant sperm.
923. Gorillas sleep as much as fourteen hours per day.
924. There are cats who have survived falls from over 32 stories (320 meters) onto concrete.
925. Catfish has the best sense of taste. That’s because this creature has tastebuds not only in its mouth, but all over its body. Catfish typically have more than 100,000 taste buds. Some large catfish can have as many as 175,000.
926. The shark has to keep moving to stay alive.
927. The common garden snail can pass over the edge of a razor blade without harm.
928. The oldest domestic cat was a male named Grandpa that lived to be 34 years, 2 months, and 4 hours.
929. A biological reserve has been made for golden toads because they are so rare.
930. Lions have terrific night vision. They are 6 times more sensitive to light than humans. This gives them a distinct advantage over some prey species when hunting at night.
931. Cats won’t eat certain foods because they perceive bitterness at the molecular level, allowing them to detect bad ingredients with precision.
932. A tortoise named Adwaita lived from 1750 to 2006.
933. An owl has three eyelids: one for blinking, one for sleeping and one for keeping the eye clean and healthy.
934. If a queen honey bee is removed from her hive, all the bees in the hive know she’s missing within 15 minutes.
935. A rat can fall from a 5 storey building without injuries.
936. If you starve a pig for a few days it will happily consume a human.
937. Octopuses have a brain in every tentacle.
938. Female tigers roar at much higher frequencies than male tigers.
939. Cockroaches were there 120 million years before dinosaurs roamed the earth.
940. When snakes are born with 2 heads they fight each other for food.
941. A female baboon’s butt can swell up to as much as 6.5 inches (16.5 cm) when she’s ready to mate.
942. Chicken contains 266% more fat than they did 40 years ago.
943. After a male honey bee climaxes during sex, his testicles explode and his penis is ripped off.
944. African buffalo have a democracy, they will stand and turn in the direction they want to go. The majority of votes wins and the head female will lead the herd in the winning direction.
945. Male bats have the highest rate of homosexuality of any mammal.
946. While mating, male pigs can ejaculate continuously for about six minutes.
947. A mother black lace weaver spider will drum on her web to call her offspring, so they can come and eat her alive.
948. Sheep have been known to self medicate when sick, eating specific plants that can cure them.
949. Sloths only poop about once a week and because they’re so constipated, each bowel movement is a bit like giving birth.
950. Elephants can be lulled to sleep by a lullaby sung by a human.
951. Dolphins can communicate over telephone and appear to know who they’re talking to.
952. Animals, such as whales and toads, can naturally explode.
953. Crows have a basic understanding of language and can use words such as hello, correctly as greetings.
954. There are snails with hairy shells.
955. Bracken Cave is home to the largest colony of bats in the world.
956. Mosquitoes drink blood because without it they cannot reproduce.
957. 75% of all bees in the world are solitary bees who do not build or live in hives.
958. Pigeons can accelerate to 100 km/h in two seconds.
959. Centipedes always have an odd number of legs.
960. Many spiders have a weak nervous system and can die from fear.
961. A penguin can hold its breath for up to 18 minutes.
962. A bee sting can relieve arthritis pain.
963. Cows are genetically closer to dolphins than to horses.
964. The mountain viscacha is the most tired animal on earth.
965. Male giraffes mate more often with each other than with females.
966. Morocco is the only country in the world where goats, due to a lack of grass, climb trees and graze there in herds, eating the fruits of Argan, a tree from which nuts are made into fragrant oil.
967. Bamboo is vital for pandas, without it they can die.
968. The mosquito is the deadliest insect, more than 1 million people die each year due to mosquito bites.
969. Groundhogs make a shrill whistling sound as an alarm call.
970. A cheetah running at full speed covers about 7m (23 ft) with each stride.
971. Tigers never undermine the population of ungulates on their territory. A tiger is the softest predator. It kills exactly as much as it can eat.
972. Dolphins know their friends and family by the taste of their pee.
973. Polar bears are amazingly obsessed with their cleanliness. After eating, they spend up to half an hour grooming and cleaning their fur to make sure no dirt or food residue is left on it.
974. The female armadillo has a unique ability. In stressful situations, it can delay births for up to two years.
975. Studies show that a Chihuahua, the world’s smallest dog, has the largest brain relative to its body size compared to any other dog. But that doesn’t mean that Chihuahuas are smarter than dogs of other breeds.
976. Sharks have survived four of the big five mass extinctions. This makes them older than humanity, older than Mount Everest, older than dinosaurs, and even older than trees.
977. Crocodiles and Alligators have no finite lifespan, but continue to live forever unless affected by their environment.
978. Guinea pig teeth never stop growing.
979. Lions mate roughly 3,000 times per Cub.
980. Sea Urchins are so called because hedgehogs were known as Urchins until the 15th century. Sea Urchins are the Ocean’s Hedgehogs.
981. When roosters crow, they lean their heads back, totally covering their ear canal and acting as an earplug to protect themselves from getting deaf from their own loud crowing.
982. Giraffes need surprisingly little sleep. The average giraffe sleeps for 4.6 hours per day.
983. Some male butterflies mark female butterflies with a repulsive stench while having sex in order to deter competing male rivals.
984. African wild dogs vote on whether or not to go hunting by sneezing. When the top dog sneezes first, only three more sneezes are required, but if a lower ranking dog sneezes first, ten more sneezes are required to decide to go on the hunt.
985. A dolphin’s nipples are located in its anus. The calf sticks its bill in and the mother squirts milk into its mouth.
986. Some birds, after leaving the nest, take a while to understand that, without their parents, food doesn’t just jump into their mouth.
987. A fish’s ears are located inside its head, right behind each eye.
988. The Hognose snake theatrically fakes it’s death to avoid predation. This behaviour is called Thanatosis.
989. Snow leopard parents pretend to be scared when their cubs sneak up on them to encourage them to keep practicing their stalking skills.
990. Some whales can sleep, vertically, near the surface in case they need to catch another breath. They also keep one eye open to look out for predators.
991. Never approach a kangaroo standing in water. They are not drowning or in trouble but are actively trying to lure a predator in to drown. They do this with dingo’s.
992. Dragonflies can inhale water through a long tube at the tip of their anus and save it. Later, if they need to, they can shoot the water out of their anus to make them fly faster.
993. Head lice will die if they don’t eat 3 to 6 times a day.
994. A horse can output a lot more than 1 horsepower, it’s maximum output is upto 15HP.
995. The oldest known crocodile, Mr. Freshie, lived to be an estimated 140 years old after being captured and rehabilitated by Steve Irwin and his team at the Australia Zoo.
996. Chickens use their right eye to look for food and their left eye to look out for predators.
997. The sea walnut, a relative of the jellyfish, has a disappearing anus.
998. Cats can’t cry with tears, but they have other ways of expressing sadness. If your cat has teary eyes it could mean that your cat needs medical attention, and it’s not because they are sad.
999. A whale’s vagina can be large enough to walk through.
1000. A scorpion can hold its breath for up to 6 days. This is enabled by their modified lungs, which are known as book lungs.
1001. Butterflies feed on dead animals, garbage and blood to survive as they are not able to obtain all the necessary nutrients from nectar alone.
1002. Bees generally do not fly at night.
1003. Onions are toxic to dogs. They can cause hemolytic anemia and result in death. A 45-lb. dog would only have to eat one medium to large onion to experience dangerous toxicity levels.
1004. Dogs can sense when their owners are sad or depressed, and they will often try to cheer them up by bringing toys or licking their faces.
1005. Male Koalas don’t chase females. Instead, usually between 12am to 4am, they lay back, make themselves comfortable, and bellow loudly at any females in the area to come and join them.
1006. When red pandas feels threatened, they will stand up straight and extend their claws in an attempt to look more intimidating.
1007. Most animals prefer to work for their food rather than freeload. Cats are the only known exception.
1008. When a male grey wolf takes over a pack, he adopts his rival’s puppies.
1009. Silverfish can survive without food for over 300 days if water is available.
1010. African Matabele ants carry injured colleagues back to the nest after battle to tend to their wounds. They have a triage system, dying ants aren’t treated but those missing a leg or two are. Apart from humans, they’re the only organisms known to do this.
1011. If you lift a Kangaroo’s tail off the ground it can’t hop. Kangaroos use their tails for balance whilst hopping, so if you elevate their tail, they will have no balance and fall over.
1012. There’s a caterpillar that eats coca leaves and vomits cocaine onto its predators.
1013. The cigarette snail is so called because a bite from its venomous tooth leaves you just enough time to smoke a cigarette.
1014. Dolphins get high by sucking on a pufferfish and passing it around, the same way humans pass around a joint.
1015. Ants yawn and stretch their six legs after they wake up.
1016. Drinking a lot of cola causes mice to have bigger testicles.
1017. Kangaroo rats can live their whole lives without ever drinking water.
1018. Male sparrows bring less food back to the nest if their partner has been unfaithful.
1019. Gorillas hum and sing while eating as a sign to others that they are busy.
1020. The smallest fish in the world is the Paedocypris fish, which is only 7.9mm long.
1021. Rats urinate on food to mark it as edible. They prefer to eat at food sites where other rats have eaten. These food sites are marked with a chemical attractant in the urine. Rats who eat food that turns out to be safe mark the area with a chemical attractant.
1022. The world’s richest dog is Gunther VI, worth $500 million USD. Gunther accumulated his fortune through a German countess. Now living in Madonna’s former Miami waterfront mansion, the rich pup has a private chef and fashionable collars.
1023. A recent study on animal behaviour found out that dogs enjoyed listening to music, with the most popular genre being reggae. Cats prefer classical.
1024. The golden dart frog, the world’s most toxic amphibian, can’t produce poison if born in captivity.
1025. Instead of mating, female octopuses will sometimes strangle the males and eat them.
1026. If two octopuses approach each other and display dark colors the encounter is likely to escalate to physical confrontation.
1027. Octopuses are usually very antisocial but when they’re under the influence of ecstasy they are more willing to spend time around each other or even hug other octopuses.
1028. Dogs wag their tails to the right when they’re happy and to the left when they’re frightened. Interestingly, there is a scientific reason for this. The left side of the brain controls movement on the right side of the body and vice versa.
1029. Ostriches are the only birds that have bladders.
1030. Dogs put their paws on you when you pet them to show affection and pet you back.
1031. One of the only vertebrate species that can’t yawn is the giraffe.
1032. Female koalas, when in captivity, can engage in lesbian behaviour.
1033. Chimpanzees can identify each other from pictures of their butts the way we recognize faces.

Animal Facts

1. Being in love makes you lazy.
2. More than 80 million bacteria can be exchanged when you kiss another person.
3. People who consider their romantic partner to be their best friend tend to be in the happiest relationships.
4. Being in love makes you a less productive person, according to researchers from the University of Maryland.
5. Brain scans found that women are more responsive to romance after they’ve been fed. Food is the way to a woman’s heart, as well.
6. Handsome can be used to describe women too.
7. Women are often attracted to men with a good sense of humor because it’s associated with honesty and higher intelligence.
8. Breakups are hard to deal with because the body and mind go through withdrawal – Like drug addiction, we become addicted to love.
9. Caligynephobia is the fear of beautiful women.
10. A study found that couples who directly address problems instead of relying on passive aggression tend to have happier relationships.
11. The easier it is to make a date laugh, the more they probably like you.
12. A series of studies found that people were more likely to make their relationships visible on social media when they were unsure about its stability or quality.
13. Friends with benefits relationships are just as sexually satisfying as romantic relationships, according to a study.
14. Taller men tend to have more sex than shorter men.
15. Philophobia is the fear of falling in love.
16. Men will wait an average of 11.25 days to hear back from a love interest before calling it quits, while women will wait 7 days.
17. The mere anticipation of having to interact with a woman can impair a man’s cognitive performance.
18. Love is good for the heart.
19. Feelings of loneliness and being unloved are twice as likely to kill you as obesity, according to researchers.
20. Women are more likely than men to fall asleep immediately after sex.
21. A woman’s breasts may increase in size by up to 25% when she is sexually aroused due to increased blood flow.
22. Regularly bottling up your emotions can lead to potentially serious mental and physical health problems.
23. When you fall in love, you lose an average of two close friends.
24. Having sex while high tends to result in less regret than having sex while drunk, according to research published in the Archives of Sexual Behavior.
25. People tend to form relationships with partners who are of the same birth order as they are. If you’re a middle child, you’re more likely to find yourself in a relationship with a middle child.
26. The 2% failure rate for condoms means that for every 100 couples using them for one year, 2 will get pregnant; NOT two times per 100 intercourses.
27. Thirty minutes of sex can burn between 70 and 100 calories.
28. The more dissatisfied you are with your current partner, the more likely you are to think about your most recent ex-partner.
29. A healthy sex life can help decrease symptoms of anxiety and depression.
30. Men fall in love more times in their lifetime than women do.
31. Wealthy men are more likely to cheat on their partner than poor men, but the opposite is true for women.
32. It takes less than a second for your brain to decide if a potential partner is attractive or not.
33. A 2011 study showed that looking at a photo of a lover who has recently broken up with you activates the same areas of the brain as spilling hot coffee on yourself.
34. If you are a woman, presence of your boyfriend or husband can help lower your stress levels.
35. Women are 7-9 times more likely to suffer from broken heart syndrome.
36. The more attracted you are to a person, the easier it is for them to make you laugh.
37. Pistanthrophobia. The fear of being hurt by a romantic relationship.
38. Kisses are easier for us to remember than orgasms.
39. Men on a vegetarian diet smell more pleasant to women than when they are on a diet including meat.
40. You are more likely to die during sex if you are cheating as opposed to having sex within a relationship.
41. A woman is more responsive to romance when her stomach is full.
42. People who believe their partners are a perfect match tend to stay happier for a longer amount of time, even if they’re wrong.
43. Single men watch pornography three times a week for 40 minutes on average Men in relationships watch it 1.7 times a week for 20 minutes on average.
44. Women burn more calories during sex if they reach orgasm.
45. Allosexual. Someone who experiences sexual attraction to others.
46. Sperm can live inside a woman’s vagina for up to five days waiting for her to begin ovulating.
47. Men on average are more self-absorbed than women are, according to a study.
48. Couples who fart together are happier and healthier.
49. Women in relationships are better at remembering the faces of attractive females because they may be seen as potential threats.
50. Men with shaved heads are perceived as more confident, masculine and dominant Increasing their sex appeal to women.
51. Couples tend to be the happiest during their third year of marriage, according to UK researchers.
52. Pistanthrophobia is a phobia of getting hurt by someone in a romantic relationship.
53. Wednesday is the most popular day of the week to go on a first date.
54. On average, men lie six times a day; twice as often as women.
55. Being in love makes food taste sweeter.
56. People who are very optimistic about the future of their relationship are more likely to break up.
57. On average, women blink 19 times per minute, while men blink 11 times per minute.
58. You can burn more calories during sex by being on top.
59. Married people tend to have stronger hands than single people.
60. People who flirt in an outgoing, physical manner tend to attract shorter relationships than those who take a more laid-back, sincere approach.
61. Quirkyalone (neologism). A person who would rather be single than be in a relationship just for the sake of it.
62. People in open relationships are as happy and tend to be more trusting than those who prefer monogamy, according to a study.
63. The average female orgasm lasts twice as long as the average male orgasm.
64. You can predict how many partners a man has slept with by how funny he is, according to a study.
65. Stop saying it was love. Because love doesn’t hurt, and love isn’t you being neglected, forgotten, and disrespected. Love is you being seen, heard, and validated. And that’s what you’ve deserved from the start.
66. Psychology claims that If two past lovers can remain just friends, its either they are still in love, or never were.
67. Did you know that each nipple has hundreds of nerve endings? In fact, nipple stimulation actually goes to the same part of the brain as the clitoris and the vagina, which is why some women can have an orgasm from nipple stimulation alone.
68. The average male orgasm lasts six seconds and the average female orgasm lasts twenty seconds.
69. Instead of asking your wife where she wants to eat, let her guess where you were gonna take her, and go to the restaurant she guessed first.
70. More and more girls are becoming lesbians or bisexuals, and all because most guys only think about their satisfaction during sex.
71. While having sex, be aware of rhythm. Rhythm and repetition are the main source of pleasure. It is especially important to maintain a rhythm when stimulating the clitoris. This is the easiest way to achieve the desired goal which is ORGASM.
72. The first inch or two of the vagina has the most nerve endings and is the most pleasure receptive.
73. Both men and women are attracted to nipples.
74. Regularly bottling up your emotions can lead to potentially serious mental and physical health problems.
75. A hug longer than 20 seconds will release chemicals into your body that makes you trust the person you are hugging .
76. Some extraordinary Research  has found that couples who are in love and bond in a romantic relationship synchronize their heart rates after gazing into each others’ eyes for three minutes.
77. Thantophobia. Is fear of loosing someone you love.
78. When you are ignored by a person whose attention means the most to you, the reaction in your brain will be similar to physical pain.
79. Waiting is a sign of love and patience, anyone can say I LOVE YOU, but not everyone can wait prove it true.
80. Boys love innocent girls more than beautiful girls.
81. About 50% of people had a crush on someone who was already in Relationship.
82. Recently, A study has proved that, no matter how long the relationship is, No matter how hard they try but a boy and a girl can never be JUST FRIENDS.
83. Based on a psychological study, a crush only lasts for a maximum of 4 months. If it exceeds, you are already in love. After 3 to 4 months of having a crush on someone, you either fall in love with that person or become interested in someone new.
84. Modern psychology says that tight relationships, and responsibilities are what make us happy. Always having something to focus your energy on, and having a good system of people around you.
85. If you look into a strangers eyes, you can actually fall in love.
86. Finding love is about timing. Psychologists believe it’s possible to find the right person but at the wrong time.
87. If you want to know about something from someone ask them a question and maintain an eye contact. They will tell you some more stuff, almost everything.
88. One of the worst mistakes a women can make is wasting years of her life waiting for a man to change .
89. If you text I love you to a person and the person writes back an emoji, no matter what that emoji is, they don’t love you back.
90. A German study concludes that staring at women’s breasts for 10 minutes a day is better for your health than going to the gym.
91. 75% of couples go to bed at different times at least four times a week, a UK study found.
92. People who are genuinely happy in their relationships usually don’t post about it on social media. Studies show that someone who’s always gushing about their partner on Facebook is tied to how insecure they are in their relationship – while those who are more secure spend time enjoying their relationships instead of trying to convince other people (and themselves) how happy they are.
93. An average male’s attention during a shopping trip with a wife or girlfriend lasts only 26 minutes, studies show.
94. The human brain can only maintain 150 stable social relationships.
95. Couples who are honest about watching porn have higher levels of relationship satisfaction and lower levels of distress, according to psychologists.
96. A Mexican couple, Octavio Guillen and Adriana Martinez, was engaged for 67 years.
97. It is impossible to stay angry at someone you truly love. Anger lasting more than 3 days indicate you are not in love.
98. The Silent treatment is the most common way people deal with conflict in relationships and is also one of the most significant predictors of a relationship breakdown.
99. Getting married at age 25 or older significantly decreases risk of divorce by over 60%.
100. A person has only 2 percent chance to be loved by his crunsh.
101. Talkative girls and silent boys make the best couples.
102. When you kiss someone their DNA will stay in your mouth for at least an hour after the kiss.
103. Most Men regularly mistake a woman’s friendly behavior with flirting.
104. Couples whose parents disapprove of their relationship may experience an increase in love and commitment. This is known as the Romeo and Juliet Effect.
105. The average long-distance relationship falls apart after 4.5 months.
106. Pistanthrophobia is a common fear of trusting people due to past experiences with relationships gone bad.
107. Friends with benefits relationships are just as sexually satisfying as romantic relationships, according to a study published in the Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality.
108. Married couples in their 20s have sex an average of 111 times a year, but the frequency of sex drops by 20% per decade they are together.
109. Couples who live together before engagement have higher divorce rates than those who wait.
110. Sometimes people use insults as a way of flirting. Pretending to hate someone they actually desire to be with.
111. The average friendship between women lasts for 3 years. The average friendship between men lasts for 5 years.
112. When a man looks at a woman whom he finds highly attractive, the region of the brain that deals with fear becomes more active.
113. Zelophilia is getting aroused by jealousy. Maybe this could explain why your bf/gf is such a flirt.
114. Cardinal birds are romantic; they mate for life, travel together, sing before nesting, and during courtship, the male feeds seed to the female beak to beak.
115. 4 out of 10 workplace dating relationships result in marriage.
116. Cuddling helps women feel safe, confident, secure and loved.
117. The more you talk about that person to others, the more you fall in love with that person.
118. It takes a person about 15 to 17 months to get over a breakup with someone they were in love with.
119. 71 percent of breakups happen because of mood swings.
120. A good morning beautiful text can drastically change a woman’s attitude for an entire day.
121. When you become really close to someone, you can hear their voice in your head when you read their texts.
122. Men find women dressed in red more sexually attractive.
123. A 99 year old man divorced his 96 year old wife after having been married for 77 years because he discovered an affair she had in the 1940’s.
124. More than 90% of people are no longer friends with someone that they once called their best friend.
125. When a woman no longer gets frustrated and upset with you, you can almost guarantee that she doesn’t care anymore.
126. Atychiphobia describes a person who fears that they aren’t good enough to be in a relationship with a specific person.
127. You usually argue with those you care about. People avoid fights completely when they’re no longer interested emotionally.
128. Nearly 6 million couples get engaged on Valentine’s Day.
129. A Brazilian man found a penguin covered in oil and close to death. He nursed him back to health and since then the Penguin swims 3 to 5 thousand miles every year to spend time with his human soulmate.
130. Unexpected text messages from the person you care about can have a positive affect on your body and instantly improve your mood.
131. Women should go out with their friends at least twice a week to maintain their health and happiness, according to researchers.
132. Studies have found that one of the most crucial factors in a relationship is how you celebrate your partner’s good news.
133. When you miss someone, you are more likely to suddenly go from feeling happy to feeling sad, without any warning.
134. An Attractive Face Is Preferred Over An Attractive Body For Long-Term Relationships.
135. The record for the longest kiss is 32 hrs, 7 mins and 14 secs.
136. Studies show that men who help women with chores get more sex on average.
137. People in the most successful marriages spend 5 more hours a week being together and talking.
138. All married couples tend to fight over same 5 things. Money, parenting, housework, sex and work.
139. In 2007, a married couple divorced after realizing they were cheating on each other in an online chatroom, with each other.
140. It takes an average of 17 months and 26 days to get over an ex.
141. Women are more attracted to men who pay attention, someone who remembers details about them without having to be reminded.
142. An ugly personality can easily destroy a pretty face.
143. Arguing over text is the worst way to argue because the lack of tone decreases the meaning of the words. Talk it out in person.
144. Never say goodbye when you still want to try. Never give up when you can still take it. Never say you don’t love them when you can’t let go.
145. Relationships last longer when you don’t tell people your business.
146. 1 text, 1 song, 1 mistake, 1 lie, 1 word, 1 truth, and 1 person could change your mood in 1 second.
147. You can’t blame gravity for falling in Love.
148. Some people are like clouds – when they go away, the day gets brighter.
149. Studies show that Wednesday is the best day of the week to go out on a first date.
150. Once you fall in love, there’s no going back to being just friends.
151. There is only one person you spend your whole life with, and that is you. If you aren’t ok with you, there is a problem.
152. A UK survey found that couples who sleep naked together are more likely to be happy with their relationship than couples who sleep clothed.
153. 75 percent of women ask questions in which they already know the answer to. This is why it’s best to simply tell her the truth.
154. When men listen to women’s voices, it activates the same part of the brain that processes the sound of music.
155. Don’t marry or get in a serious relationship with someone unless you’d be proud to have a child exactly like them.
156. When you really love someone, age, distance, height and weight are just numbers.
157. Kissing helps us determine if someone is a good match.
158. It takes an average of 17 months and 26 days to get over an ex.
159. Admit it when you’re wrong and shut up when you’re right. This is a simple way to drastically improve the quality of your relationships.
160. A study finds that women trust dating advice from gay male friends more than from straight men because gay men have fewer ulterior motives.
161. Touching someone’s shoulder or arm while asking them out increases their chances of saying YES.
162. Breakups hurt more than other forms of social rejection because romance ties into more primal parts of the brain.
163. The female brain responds favorably to being called Baby and experiences immediate emotional stress reduction.
164. Cuddling has a greater impact on relationship satisfaction than sex.
165. Falling in love and having a relationship are two different things.
166. If someone truly loves you, they will love you, even if you are a walking disaster and simply unbearable.
167. A happy family life is when the words WIFE and BEloved refer only to ONE WOMAN.
168. The worst misconception in women. He will change. The most common misconception in men. She’s not going anywhere.
169. When someone loves you, the way they talk about you is different. You feel safe and comfortable.
170. Stop telling people everything, Most people don’t care, and some secretly want you to fail.
171. Choose your friends wisely, the fastest way to become better is to surround yourself with better people.
172. You can’t force someone to love you back, it’s their choice, and you have to accept it.
173. People’s feelings towards you can change anytime, and you don’t know when.
174. You will do a thousand good things for people, but most of them will remember the one mistake you made, and that’s life.
175. Before you say all boys are the same, open your eyes, not your legs.
176. Trust takes years to build, seconds to break, and forever to repair.
177. 85 percent of guys will approach a girl with big breasts, even if a girl with small breasts will be more attractive.
178. Sexual activity in women is rapidly increasing with the onset of the summer season.
179. 50 percent of people have their first kiss before the age of 14.
180. If your girlfriend isn’t your best friend what’s the point.
181. Never underestimate the power of words. A simple I Love you or you are my world is very often enough to show love and have your partner give you a loving hug.
182. Be with someone who sees your worst and still chooses you.
183. Love is not only something you feel, it is something you do.
184. I think your parents relationship really do determine your view of love and relationships.
185. A flower cannot blossom without sunshine, and man cannot live without love.

Unbelievable Facts

1. Pigs have personalities and can be pessimists or optimists, similar to humans.
2. Apodysophilia is a feverish desire to strip and get naked in public.
3. An Egyptian city was discovered underwater in 2013 after being lost for 1,200 years in the Mediterranean Sea.
4. Rhythm is the longest word without vowel.
5. Scientists currently believe that dinosaurs were covered with feathers slightly resembling their closest living relatives the chicken.
6. Jackie Chan’s mother was an opium smuggler and his father was a spy.
7. Shazam has been around since 2002. Before smartphones, you had to dial 2580 to Shazam a song. Then they’d text you the name of it.
8. As hard as it maybe, establish eye contact with everyone you meet. It’s one of the best ways to make people take you seriously.
9. Study shows that Women are more influenced by how a man smells rather than how he looks.
10. In every 12 months in India, the number of babies born is equal to the entire population of Australia.
11. When you put something in the fridge in Antarctica you are heating it.
12. There is a hotel in India where you don’t have to pay for the food you eat. Instead you have to pay for the time you’re eating (₹15 pay per minute).
13. The world’s largest family is said to be from Baktwang, India, where father Ziona Chana has 94 children by 39 different wives.
14. If you like one song by an artist, but don’t really enjoy the rest of their stuff. find out who the producer is and see what other work they’ve done. The producer can play a big role in how the final song turns out.
15. In India, people are legally allowed to marry a dog.
16. Smell Dating is a new service where potential matches exchange contact information if they like the smell of one another’s unwashed t-shirt.
17. Did you know that English language was born in England, it then grew in USA, got sick in Africa and died in India.
18. Rubbing an eraser on a scratched LCD screen can sometimes remove the scratch.
19. An idiot is someone with an IQ from 0-25, an imbecile is someone with an IQ from 26-50, and a moron is someone with an IQ between 51 and 70.
20. Money isn’t made out of paper. It’s made out of cotton.
21. Your stomach has to produce a new layer of mucus every two weeks or it will digest itself.
22. A female ferret will die if it goes into heat and cannot find a mate.
23. Bob Marley’s last words to his son before he died were Money can’t buy life.
24. he tooth paste Colgate in spanish translates to Go hang yourself.
25. An Indian man was acquitted of stalking two women after his lawyer argued that Bollywood films taught him this was the way to get girls.
26. 10 days without sleep can result in death.
27. The Romans used to clean and whiten their theeth with urine.
28. No lemon,no melon,backward is No lemon,no melon.
29. Cleopatra used to bath daily with donkey’s milk.700 donkeys were milked every day just for her.
30. Jamaica,Colombia and St.lucia are the only countries where a boss is more likely to be a women than a man.
31. Leonardo da vinci could write with one hand and draw with the other at same time.
32. Human birth control pills work on gorillas.
33. Ethiopian emperor Menelik II was the first african to drive a car in 1907.
34. Ethiopia is the only country in the world with 13 months. It is also eight years behind the western calender.
35. Ethiopia and Russia are the two countries in the world to have never been occupied.
36. 80% of people keep their feelings to themselves because they believe it’s hard for others to understand their pain.
37. Did you know your body is actaully designed to get 4 hours of sleep twice per day instead of 8 hour once.
38. The total length of all the blood vessels in the human body is about 100,000 km.
39. At any second of the day there are as much as 300,000 unique visitors are viewing porn.This means that there are about 300,000 visitors viewing porn right now,and now,and now.
40. 800 different languages are spoken in New York city,making it the most linguistically diverse city on Earth.
41. New York is the most destroyed city in movie history.
42. A librocubicularist is someone who reads in bed.
43. Your subconscious mind is 30,000 times more powerful than your conscious mind.
44. Yellow teeth are stronger, the natural color of our teeth is a light yellow color.Whitening your teeth can permanently weaken them.
45. Instead of Once upon a time. Many Korean folktales begin with Back when tigers used to smoke.
46. Venustraphobia is the fear of beautiful women.
47. A study from Harvard University finds that having no friends can be just as deadly as smoking. Both affect levels of a blood-clotting protein.
48. Dolphin’s actually form gangs and will assault others to show authority.
49. Approximately 3 percent of the world population was killed in world war 2.
50. The surface area of the moon is huge!! To give you some perspective, it’s as big as the whole European continent, China, USA, Brazil and South Africa put together.
51. Google tried to sell itself for $1 million in 1999. Google is now worth $525 billion.
52. If ants encounter a drunk comrade, they will carry them home to sleep it off.
53. The Pentagon has an emergency plan in case of a zombie attack.
54. According to one study, 80% of women fake their orgasms.
55. A woman in France sued her husband and won $15,000 for not giving her enough sex during their marriage.
56. Mind-blowing sex can actually erase a woman’s memory temporarily! The medical term for this is transient global amnesia.
57. The ear of an Asian elephant is shaped like India and the ear of an African elephant is shaped like Africa.
58. Many expensive perfumes actually contain whale poop.
59. Black widows eat their mate after sex. They can eat up to 20 lovers in a single day.
60. Twerking is actually good exercise. It works the deep muscles of the hips, as well as the core muscles of the lower back and abs.
61. There’s a species of fish named the slippery dick.
62. Hexakosioihexekontahexaphobia is the fear of the number 666.
63. The record for the most female orgasms is 134 in one hour.
64. In 1973, China proposed to give 10 million Chinese women to the U.S. to boost the U.S. population.
65. The human brain has the capacity to store everything that you experience.
66. A song that gets stuck in your head is called an earworm.
67. You can use peanuts to make dynamite.
68. The vagina and the eye are self cleaning organs.
69. A mason in 1700’s Jerusalem left his wooden ladder behind after doing some work on a church and now it can’t be moved without the agreement & permission of six different Christian leaders.
70. Birds can see the Earth’s magnetic field.
71. Pepsi got its name from pepsin, a digestive enzyme.
72. You are 50 times more likely to be killed by bees than win the lottery.
73. Your taste in music can show how smart or dumb you are.
74. The former lebenoie presedant Charles king holds the world record for the largest voting scam ever wining with 233,000 in a country with only 15,000 voters.
75. There is a belief in Japan, if you sleep after eating you will turn into a pig or elephant.
76. Rats destroy 1/3 of the worlds estimated food products.
77. One of the German WW2 submarine was sunk due to a toilet malfunction.
78. You share your birthday with 19,000,000 other people.
79. The record for the longest time peeing is 508 seconds.
80. Bananas are radioactive. But it will take 10,000 banana to kill you from radiation overdose.
81. Gay penguins have been known to steal eggs from straight penguin couples and raise the chicks as their own.
82. For only $68 you can buy a Louis Vuitton Condom.
83. In Stockholm, those in need can call a Condom Ambulance, a vehicle that will deliver a 10 pack of condoms to your door.
84. Iceland is so safe that parents routinely leave their babies alone to nap outside in their strollers while they run errands.
85. Michael Jordan makes more in a single year than he did in his entire 15 year NBA career.
86. The World Record for a Woman Who’s Had the Most Sex with Different Men in a 24 Hour Period is 919 Men.(2017).
87. Prostitutes in ancient Greece wore sandals which left imprints on the ground that stated (Follow me) to attract potential clients.
88. When doing a task, telling yourself that you can do better can actually make you do better.
89. People who complain online are more likely to suffer from anxiety, depression and stress.
90. On average, 12 newborns will be given to the wrong parents daily.
91. Chocolate kills dogs. Chocolate affects a dog’s heart and nervous system. A few ounces is enough to kill a small sized dog.
92. Donald Duck comics were banned from Finland because he doesn’t wear pants.
93. There are no clocks in Las Vegas gambling casinos.
94. There are no words in the dictionary that rhyme with orange, purple and silver.
95. The very first bomb dropped by the Allies on Berlin in World War II killed the only elephant in the Berlin Zoo.
96. If one places a tiny amount of liquor on a scorpion, it will instantly go mad and sting itself to death.
97. The original name for butterfly was flutterby.
98. The first product Motorola started to develop was a record player for automobiles. At that time, the most known player on the market was Victrola, so they called themselves Motorola.
99. The phrase Rule of Thumb is derived from an old English law which stated that you couldn’t beat your wife with anything wider than your thumb.
100. Roses may be red, but violets are indeed violet.
101. Charlie Chaplin once won third prize in a Charlie Chaplin look alike contest.
102. China has more English speakers than the United States.
103. Bats always turn left when exiting a cave.
104. The Guinness Book of Records holds the record for being the book most often stolen from Public Libraries.
105. The name of all the continents end with the same letter that they start with.
106. There are more chickens than people in the world.
107. On a Canadian two dollar bill the flag flying over the Parliament Building is an American flag.
108. All of the clocks in the movie Pulp Fiction are stuck on 4:20.
109. All 50 states are listed across the top of the Lincoln Memorial on the back of the 5 dollar bill.
110. Americans on the average eat 18 acres of pizza every day.
111. The national anthem of Greece has 158 verses. No one in Greece has memorized all 158 verses.
112. The youngest pope was 11 years old.
113. The strongest muscle in the body is the TONGUE.
114. More people are killed by donkeys annually than are killed in plane crashes.
115. The worlds youngest parents were 8 and 9 and lived in China in 1910.
116. The most common name in the world is Mohammed.
117. In ancient Egypt Priests plucked EVERY hair from their bodies including their eyebrows and eyelashes.
118. Right handed people live, on average, nine years longer than left handed people do.
119. There are two credit cards for every person in the United States.
120. The shortest war in history was between Zanzibar and England in 1896. Zanzibar surrendered after 38 minutes.
121. On an American one-dollar bill there is an owl in the upper left hand corner of the 1 encased in the shield and a spider hidden in the front upper right hand corner.
122. Only one person in two billion will live to be 116 or older.
123. If you yelled for 8 years 7 months and 6 days you would have produced enough sound energy to heat one cup of coffee. If you fart consistently for 6 years and 9 months enough gas is produced to create the energy of an atomic bomb.
124. When the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers play football at home the stadium becomes the states third largest city.
125. The microwave was invented after a researcher walked by a radar tube and a chocolate bar melted in his pocket.
126. The average person falls asleep in seven minutes.
127. A goldfish has a memory span of three seconds.
128. Scotland has 421 words for snow.
129. Samsung tests phone durability with a butt shaped robot.
130. Peanuts aren’t technically nuts.
131. The longest English word is 189,819 letters long.
132. Octopuses lay 56,000 eggs at a time.
133. Guinness estimates that 93,000 liters of beer are lost in facial hair each year in the UK alone.
134. Some cats are allergic to humans.
135. Q is only the letter that doesn’t appear in any U.S. state name.
136. There’s a species of ant that enslaves other ants, Known as, The Slave Maker ant.
137. An Autosexual is someone who is sexually attracted to themselves.
138. Your brain is programmed to make 3 things impossible to ignore. food, sex, and danger.
139. Queen Elizabeth II is a trained mechanic.
140. Ravens in captivity can learn to talk better than parrots.
141. Blood donors in Sweden receive a thank you text when their blood is used.
142. The annual number of worldwide shark bites is 10 times less than the number of people bitten by other people in New York.
143. Melbourne gave some of its trees email addresses so residents could report problems. Instead, the trees received love letters.
144. The Russians showed up 12 days late to the 1908 Olympics in London because they were using the Julian calendar instead of the Gregorian calendar.
145. In Japan, letting a sumo wrestler make your baby cry is considered good luck.
146. When times get tough, elephants will comfort each other by stroking loved ones with their trunks and emitting small chirps.
147. China owns all of the pandas in the world. They rent them out for about $1 million a year.
148. An avocado never ripens on the tree, so farmers can use trees as storage and keep avocados fresh for up to seven months.
149. One April day in 1930, the BBC reported, There is no news. Instead they played piano music.
150. Before he became president, Abraham Lincoln was wrestling champion of his county. He fought in nearly 300 matches and lost only one.
151. In 1967, the Nigerian Civil War ground to a halt for two days because both sides wanted to watch Pele play in an exhibition soccer match.
152. A new baby can cost new parents 750 hours of sleep in the first year.
153. It’s illegal for supermarkets in France to waste food. Supermarkets must either compost it or donate unsold or nearly expired goods to charity.
154. One of the world’s largest stockpiles of nuclear weapons, a U.S. Navy base near Seattle is partially defended by trained dolphins.
155. There are 71 streets in Atlanta with Peachtree in their name.
156. Fried chicken was brought to America by Scottish immigrants.
157. A solar eclipse helped end a six-year war in 585 BCE. When the sky suddenly darkened during a battle between the Lydians and the Medes in modern Turkey, soldiers took it as a sign to cease fighting.
158. Marie Curie remains the only person to earn Nobel prizes in two different sciences.
159. You can make up to $50,000USD a year as a professional fart-smeller in China.
160. In North Korea Marijuana is Legal.
161. In 1997, the record for the highest skydive by a dog at 4,572 feet was established by a dog named Brutus.
162. About 26 per cent of all indoor water used by households in Sydney, Australia are for laundry.
163. Before settling on the Seven Dwarfs we know today, Disney considered Chesty, Tubby, Burpy, Deafy, Hickey, Wheezy, and Awful.
164. Ever year, Americans spend close to $25 billion on beer.
165. Someone gets divorced every ten to thirteen seconds.
166. Romans, in the third century, believed that the lemon was an antidote for all poisons.
167. Drinking moderate amounts of alcohol before writing can actually enhance your creativity.
168. Most American movie villains have British accents because we associate them with having high intellect and low morals.
169. The first video to hit 1 billion views is gangnam style worldwide. It was also the one to reach 2 billion views first.
170. Foreign Accent Syndrome is a rare side effect of brain trauma. Patients speak their native language in a foreign accent.
171. Frank Sinatra has three stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame: one for film, one for music, and one for television.
172. The best place in the world to see rainbows is in Hawaii.
173. Dentistry is the oldest profession in the world.
174. North Korea and Cuba are the only places you can’t buy Coca-Cola.
175. More people visit France than any other country.
176. Indonesia is home to some of the shortest people in the world.
177. The world’s quietest room is located at Microsoft’s headquarters in Washington state.
178. Four babies are born every second.
179. Nearly two people die each second.
180. People who are currently alive represent about 9% of the total number of people who have ever lived.
181. Africa and Asia are home to nearly 90 percent of the world’s rural population.
182. Video games have been proven to be a more effective method of overcoming depression in teens than counseling.
183. The most children born to one woman were 69, in which she had 16 twins, 7 triples, and 4 quadruplets.
184. Intelligent men and women are more easily annoyed by people in general.
185. In 2001, Rowan Atkinson was on a flight to Kenya when the pilot of the private plane fainted at the controls. Rowan Atkinson took over and was able to keep the aircraft in the air while also slapping the pilot till he regained consciousness. Needless to say, the plane landed safely.
186. Einstein couldn’t speak fluently until after his ninth birthday. His parents thought he was mentally handicapped.
187. When you feel like criticizing someone or complaining about someone, think of these 3 questions: Does it need to be said? Does it need to be said, by me? Does it need to be said, by me, right now.
188. Many Americans can buy a pistol in less than an hour, while in other countries the process takes several months.
189. Scientists discovered sharks that are living in an active underwater volcano. Divers cannot investigate because they would get burns from the acidity and heat.
190. There are times when Pluto is closer to the Sun than Neptune – one of these timelines was from 1979 to 1999.
191. There is a town in Nebraska called Monowi with a population of one. The only resident is a woman who is the Mayor, Bartender, and Librarian.
192. The Ethiopian calendar is 7.5 years behind the Gregorian calendar due to the fact that it has 13 months.
193. Find three hobbies you love: one to make you money, one to keep you in shape, and one to be creative.
194. Just like a human would drink medicine, bees drink the nectar of certain flowers to get rid of illnesses and parasites.
195. If you forgot someone’s name, ask them for their full name, making them think you wanted their last name.
196. People are more likely to cry at night because lack of sleep makes emotions harder to control.
197. After hearing about the 9/11 attacks, the Maasai tribe in Africa gave 14 cows to America as consolation.
198. The acid in your stomach is so powerful that it could dissolve a razor blade.
199. Sharks can see ten times better than humans in clear water.
200. Bananas can reduce the swelling and irritation of mosquito bites and help with nicotine withdrawal.
201. If you bought ONE share of Coca-Cola stock in 1920, it would be worth $6.7 million by 2010.
202. Albert Einstein’s last words were spoken in German to a nurse who didn’t speak German and are lost for ever.
203. The average Dutch person cycles around 1,000km annually.
204. A study found that pizza and compliments motivate employees better than cash. Money fades more quickly than a sense of appreciation.
205. In Singapore, using someone else’s Wi-Fi network without their permission is punishable by up to 3 years in prison, a $10,000 fine, or both.
206. The first word spoken on the moon was Okay.
207. In the Netherlands, workers can be absent for up to two years while receiving 70% of their salary as sick pay.
208. Human babies are 75% water at birth, a slightly higher water content than bananas and slightly less than fresh potatoes.
209. The generation that invented the internet, the smartphone, and the iPad all played outside as children.
210. The two most effective treatments for battling depression are exercise and spending time with pets.
211. Dolphins intentionally chew on toxic pufferfish to get high.
212. About 95 percent of humans are naturally immune to leprosy.
213. John Cena, WWE superstar, has granted more than 400 Make a Wish requests more than anyone in the charity’s history.
214. If you download a “PDF” file and you see it ends in .exe, delete it. Its a virus.
215. The male brain is 10% bigger than the female’s but the female brain works more efficiently.
216. All Pakistani passports bear the inscription This passport is valid for all countries of the World except Israel.
217. Research shows humans are incredibly unproductive with their eye movements when searching for lost items.
218. About 7% of religious Americans pray to God when they want to find a parking spot.
219. In 2017, a woman called Chau Smith ran 7 marathons in 7 consecutive days on 7 continents in celebration of her 70th birthday.
220. When Jay Z was 12, he shot his older brother in the shoulder for stealing his jewelry. He later referenced it in a song, titled You Must Love Me.
221. Christmas is built upon a beautiful and intentional paradox. that the birth of the homeless should be celebrated in every home.
222. Every single electric train in The Netherlands now runs on wind energy.
223. Babies smile an average of 200 times a day. The average women smile 62 times a day and the average man only 8.
224. 93% of people laugh even harder when they try to explain why they’re laughing.
225. In ancient Greece throwing an apple at a woman was considered a marriage proposal.
226. Bruce Lee was so fast, they actually had to run his films slower so you can see his moves.
227. Stretch for 5 minutes before going to bed. Your muscles will be more relaxed and it’ll be easier to find a comfortable position to sleep in.
228. According to a study, having kids handwrite words improves their spelling abilities compared to typing on a computer.
229. A study finds that busy people are more likely to recover and get a task done after its deadline has passed, rather than abandoning it.
230. According to a study, more driving errors occur when listening to a favorite song compared to unfamiliar music.
231. The parliament of Iceland, established in 930, is the oldest active parliament in the world.
232. Sleeping in the fetal position can compromise your circulation and restrict healthy, deep breathing.
233. If you succeed on cheating on someone, don’t think that the person is a fool. Realize that the person has trusted u more than u deserve.
234. The scariest thing we could discover now would be humans on another planet. We are psychologically prepared for aliens but what if we found humans instead.
235. Scottish Clara Midmore is 105 years old. She is the oldest virgin in the world. The woman believes that she managed to live to such an age precisely because of abstinence from sexual activity.
236. In 1980, a 62 year old blind and partially deaf man, Edwin Robinson, was struck by lightning. He suffered no injuries, but the impact of the lightning bolt cured his vision and hearing.
237. Crying keeps you healthy by literally flushing away harmful bacteria and reducing stress.
238. The only animal that can’t laugh is a tiger.
239. A British research study found that watching a horror film before viewing abstract art enhances the enjoyment of the art for most people.
240. In 2010, the world’s largest traffic jam occurred in Beijing, China. It was over 60 miles long and lasted for 10 days.
241. When a male hummingbird mates with a female the sex only lasts for around 3-5 seconds.
242. Enoteca Maria is a restaurant in New York City that doesn’t employ Chefs. They hire grandmothers and each day, a different grandma from around the world arranges the menu.
243. Lions are the laziest predators in Africa. Being full, lions never hunt. The only two things that can make a well fed lion move are the scorching sun and danger.
244. is a website where you can register to find your lookalike from anywhere in the world by uploading photos, selecting your facial features, and looking through matches.
245. A leopard’s hearing is five times sharper than a human’s.
246. The first McDonald’s in San Bernardino, California, opened in 1940 by brothers Maurice and Richard McDonald.
247. A Chinese woman Ching Shih, nicknamed Mistress Zheng, was the most successful pirate in history. Ching’s fleet consisted of approximately 400 pirate ships, and her army numbered 40,000 pirates. At the peak of her power, her army reached 80,000 members.
248. Loyalty is what makes us trust. Trust is what makes us stay. Staying is what makes us love, and love is what gives us hope.
249. Horror movies cause a hormonal high: when you watch a horror movie, you get a release of hormones that is a common body’s reaction to danger, tentatively called hit and run, but without the real danger.
250. Pain makes you stronger, tears make you braver and heartbreak makes you wiser. So thank the past for a better future.
251. Getting married at age 25 or older significantly decreases risk of divorce by over 60% .
252. Theories, some less credible than others, of why ships and planes disappear in the Bermuda Triangle include aliens, crystals from Atlantis, black holes, time warps, and methane gas.
253. Scientists say that a Zombie Apocalypse is actually possible based on the recent discovery of certain brain parasites.
254. The most common cause of penile rupture is vigorous masturbation. If that happens, you’re doing it wrong.
255. When two people kiss, they exchange between 10 million and 1 billion bacteria.
256. Made in China stickers are actually made in Korea.
257. The World’s strongest coffee, aka Death wish coffee, contain 200% more caffeine than average cup of coffee. This is not recommended for people who want to sleep at some point in next 3 days.
258. Statistically, people engaging in sex more than twice a week look 10 years younger.
259. A woman’s breasts can swell up to 25 % when she is turned on.
260. If you’re sexually attracted to someone, it is much more difficult to lie to them.
261. The world’s largest recorded penis belongs to 41 year old New Yorker Jonah Falcon, whose appendage measures 9.5 inches flaccid and 13.5 inches erect.
262. The impulse to ejaculate comes from the spinal cord, no brain is needed.
263. Approximately 70% of people in the U.S. admit to fantasizing about group sex at some point in their life, and more than 50% of those people actually follow through
264. Brazilian prisoners can reduce their sentence by reading books! For each book they read, the sentence is reduced by 4 days, with up to 12 books counted per year.
265. Johnny Depp started smoking at 12, lost his virginity at 13, did drugs at 14, and dropped out of high school at 16.
266. People with brown eyes are trusted more than those with other colors.
267. In Indonesia, the punishment for masturbation is death by decapitation.
268. Sex toys are banned in some states, such as Alabama . Flirting is banned in San Antonio, Texas. Oral sex is banned in Indiana. And sleeping naked is illegal in Minnesota.
269. In Denmark, single people are sprinkled with cinnamon on their 25th birthday and pepper on their 30th birthday.
270. Approximately 4 percent of men and women’s dreams are about sex, according to research.
271. The US dollar bill has remained unchanged since 1929. US government believes no one would take the trouble of counterfeiting such a low denomination currency and hence it does not need the fancy updates or security features seen in the higher value currencies.
272. The Netherlands has to import criminals to fill up their jails. Since 2004, the Netherlands’ crime rate has only gotten lower and lower. In 2013, a prison shut down because there were no criminals to put behind bars. This low crime rate makes this country one of the safest places on the planet. 
273. In China, seductively eating a banana during a live stream is illegal. This was done so that the number of underaged women in China could not attract older male audiences. The Chinese government deems such acts like this harm the social morality.
274. 90 to 95% of mobile phone sales in Japan are waterproof because Japanese young girls are so fond of their mobile phones they even use them in the shower
275. Both men and women are attracted to nipples.
276. In 1974, American TV journalist Kristin Chubbuck committed suicide on a live American TV channel. The journalist said. In accordance with the channel’s policy of broadcasting the most violent scenes in bright colors, you will be the first to witness a suicide attempt, after which she took out a revolver and shot herself in the head.
277. In 1894.a priest saved a 4 year old boy from drowning. The boy was named Adolf Hitler.
278. Not only do mosquitoes bit you and suck your blood ,but they also urinate on you before flying off.
279. There is a university in Britain that teaches students prostitution.
280. Some dogs can predict when a child will have an epileptic seizure and even protect the child from injury. They’re not trained to do this, they simply learn to respond after observing at least one attack.
281. In 2016, a Chinese woman got each of her 20 boyfriends to buy her a newly released iphone 7. Then she sold them and used the money to buy a house. Her name is Xiaoli.
282. Having a dirty mind makes ordinary conversation much more interesting.
283. Lions were once tamed and used as domesticated animals in Ethiopia. They were even riden by Ethiopians. Ethiopia’s last Emperor, Haile Selassie had several lions he kept as pets.
284. A nationwide planting spree in Ethiopia saw volunteers plant more than 350 million trees across 1,000 designated sites in just 12 hours.
285. In Lebanon, If a man is caught having sex with a male animal then the penalty is death. Sex with a female animal is ok.
286. The milk of mice is the most expensive milk in the world. Its value exceeds 22,000 dollars per liter. To get one liter of such milk, you need to milk about 4,000 mice
287. Men and women with a casual porn habit report having more frequent and higher-quality sex compared to people who don’t watch porn.
288. Patience doesn’t reduce the pain but it does increase the strength.
289. Women get drunk quicker than men. This is because of physiological differences in body composition, metabolism,and hormones. 
290. Gaining weight can make your boobs larger. And if you lose weight, you might notice that your breasts shrink. But this isn’t the same for every woman since some women have denser breasts with less fatty tissue.
291. In the 16th and 17th centuries in the country of Turkey, anyone caught drinking coffee was put to death.
292. Thomas Edison did not invent the light bulb. Edison demonstrated his incandescent lamp in 1880, while Englishman Joseph Swan received the first patent for a light bulb in 1860.
293. NASA has two satellites having nicknames Tom and Jerry that chase each other, measuring gravitational anomalies by tracking distance between them.
294. Gymnophoria is the sense that someone is mentally undressing you.
295. Study found most people who hug and blush a lot have a very child like heart and are very trustable people.
296. Queen Elizabeth II was a trainedmechanic. When she was 16, the Queen joined the British employment agency at the Labour Exchange and learned the basics of truck repair Apparently, she can repair tires and repair engines.
297. A single human male produces enough sperm in two weeks to impregnate every fertile woman on the planet.
298. People can suffer from physiological disorder called Boanthropy, that makes them believe that they are a cow. They try to live their life as a cow.
299. Kissing is a painkiller Mentally,Emotionally and Physically.
300. At the age of 16, there is 75% chance you have already met the person you will marry.
301. The Truth is that airport has seen more sincere kisses than the wedding hall.
302. In 2007, Scotland spent six months of research and $162,972 to create a new slogan that would boost tourism. They came up with Welcome to Scotland.
303. The inventor of the microwave oven received $2 for his discovery.
304. Women’s brain actually shrink during pregnancy.
305. In 2010, a Harvard student decided to give up on life and shot himslef in the head leaving behind a suicide note, explaining in through detail why life was meaningless. The suicide note he left behind was 1950 pages.
306. When high-heel shoes first came into fashion in the 10th century, they were intended for men. It wasn’t until the 18th century that more women wore high heels than men.
307. The blue whale ejaculaat over 40 gallons of sperm when mating. Only 10% enters the female and you always wondered why the sea tasted salty.
308. Female dragonflies will fake their own deaths to avoid mating with unwanted males.
309. There are 2 countries in the world where divorce is prohibited by law: the Vatican and the Philippines.
310. You can burn 260 calories in a 30 minute sex session and 26 calories in a minute of kissing.
311. When a bee hive becomes too full, bees will form a Senate comprised of older, more experienced bees to seek a new location. When a bee finds a good spot, it begins dancing to motion other bees toward it. Then, they vote on it by dancing as a collective until a consensus is reached.
312. Muhammad Ali went 2 months without sex prior to a fight because it made him Unbeatable.
313. A Roman soldier once farted, starting a riot that lead to the death of 10,000 people.
314. In the gambling houses of England there was a special man who would swallow the dice while the police were coming.
315. Genghis Khan slept with so many women, that about 1 in 200 people in India today are related to him.
316. Humans salvia contains a painkiller called Opiorphin that is about six times more powerful than morphine.
317. Female Anacondas will strangle and eat the male after mating so they can survive in the seven months of fasting during the pregnancy.
318. Charles Darwin ate almost every animal he discovered.
319. Romeo and Juliet was not a love story. It was a 3 days relationship between a 13 year old boy and a 17 year old girl that caused 6 deaths.
320. Japanese woman use bird poop for facial treatment to soften & brighten their face its known as Geisha Facial.
321. Facing a drought in 2019, priests in Bhopal India, married two frogs to gain favor with the God of rain. Two months later, clerics had to divorce the frogs to provide relief from the relentless rain that destroyed more than 9,000 houses.
322. Research has found that people prefer the smell of their own farts to those of other people.
323. A German study concludes that staring at women’s breasts for 10 minutes a day is better for your health than going to the gym.
324. Women have three erogenous zones  The clitoris, the G Spot, AND the opening of the cervix. Some argue nipples belong on that list too.
325. Studies show that many serial killers had traumatic sexual experiences as children. Thirty five percent had committed crimes of a sexual nature, and 43 percent admitted to having been sexually abused themselves.
326. According to psychologists, people who watch horror movies for fun and sleep well afterwards are potential psycholopaths. They are more rational and calm when it comes to violent or griefs like death or accident, thinking and acting with the so called cold blood.
327. The smell of an orange relieves stress.Smelling an orange or eating one can reduce stress by 70%.
328. Spiders are the only web developers in the world that enjoys finding bugs.
329. Samuel Little, 78, who has been serving a life sentence since 2014 for killing 3 women, said he actually killed 90. A third of those have already been confirmed. If police prove the rest, Little will be considered a major serial killer in U.S. history.
330. Annie Hawkins Turner, originally from from Atlanta, Georgia, has the world’s largest natural breasts. Her gigantic breasts weigh nearly 85lbs(35Kg), each heavier than the average four-year-old child.
331. India celebrates children’s day on Nov 14, exactly 9 months after Valentines day.
332. The oldest word in the English language is town.
333. The black mamba is the fastest snake in the world. It can reach speeds of up to 20 km/h if the need arises.
334. In 1845, an attempt to commit suicide was declared an offence punishable by death by hanging under English law.
335. A 28 years old man from Russia went to the doctor after coughing up blood and having chest pains. The doctors thought he had cancer and performed surgery to remove it when they found it was actually a tree growing inside him.
336. British Becky Cox married a carpet. The girl positions herself as an objectophile (is attracted to inanimate objects). For the wedding, she was given a lifetime supply of carpet cleaning products.
337. Money cannot buy happiness but it’s more comfortable to cry in a Mercedes than on a bicycle.
338. You don’t know when a person is taking advantage of you because you can’t do it to others.
339. Help someone when they are in trouble and they will remember you when they’re in trouble again.
340. Many people are alive only because it’s illegal to shoot them.
341. Alcohol does not solve any problems, but then again, neither does milk.
342. Bill Gates onece said I choose a lazy person to do a hard job. Because a lazy person will find an easy way to do it.
343. If you tickle a rat every day, it’ll start laughing as soon as it sees you.
344. A 65-year-old woman in Japan paid the equivalent of $30,000 in a recent online scam that defied gravity. The con artist tricked the woman into believing he was a Russian astronaut who just couldn’t afford a ticket back to Earth, local media in Japan reported.
345. In 2009, a Russian man attempted to rob a hair salon. However, the plot took an unexpected turn when Olga Zajac, the owner of the salon, overpowered him and tied him up. She then force-fed him Viagra and used him as a sex slave for 3 days.
346. Uber will launch an underwater taxi in Australia. It will take customers around the Great Barrier Reef from Heron Island. A trip for two will cost $3,000.
347. El Satario, also known as El Sartorio, is the name of one of the earliest surviving pornographic films. It was supposedly produced in Argentina in 1907, and includes possibly the first use of extreme close-ups of genitalia.
348. The most dangerous and deadly earthquake was on January 23, 1556 in Shaanxi, China. It caused about 830,000 casualties.
349. Japanese cosplayer Namada starred in a nude photo shoot, with a live octopus on her body, which reached 18 kilograms in weight. On the day of filming, everything went well, but after 3 days the girl went to the doctor complaining of pain in the bikini area. The girl died after.
350. More people die in accidents while trying to take selfies than from shark attacks.
351. Instead of modifying or donating unsold products, Louis Vuitton burns all their remaining bags, shoes and clothes every year and the reason for doing this is very strange. The company does this to not sell its products at low prices, in order to maintain the exclusivity that LV is known for.
352. Bill Gates makes about $1,300 every second. If he dropped a $100 bill on the ground, it literally wouldn’t be worth his time to stop and pick it up.
353. There are an estimated 5,000 janitors in the U.S. with PhDs.
354. About 159,635 people will die on the same day as you.
355. Ancient Romans used crashed mouse brains as tooth paste.
356. In 1991, people in Kuwait celebrated the end of the first Gulf War by firing guns into the air. Then bullets falling from the sky caused 20 deaths.
357. In 2019, a Man robbed almost $8,000 from 2 banks in Israel while carrying an avocado that looked like a grenade.
358. The reason why Hitler kept a mustache was because he thought his nose looked big without it.
359. The longer you hold in a fart, the worse it smells.
360. The Spanish national anthem has no words.
361. Cockroaches clean themselves after touching a human.
362. Elephants and Tiger kill one human a day in India according to Environment Ministry.
363. Theoretically, when awake, the human brain produces enough electricity in a day to power a small light bulb.
364. Tennis was first played with bare hands.
365. Holding a vibrator against a person’s throat relaxes the vocal muscles, thereby improving their voice quality.
366. Mr Bean have PHD In Electrical Engineering. So He Is Dr.Bean.
367. August 3 is celebrated as National Watermelon Day.
368. China has a treatment camps for internet addicts.
369. The Bible is the most shoplifted book in the world.
370. Coca-Cola contained Coca (whose active ingredient is cocaine) from 1885 to 1903.
371. Octopuses are one of several species that die after they mate or give birth.
372. A Japanese man by the name of Tsutomu Yamaguchi was in Hiroshima on a business trip the day the first atomic bomb was dropped. He was injured, but managed to survive the blast. He returned to his home in Nagasaki only to survive another nuclear explosion 3 days later.
373. There is a water reservoir floating in space that is equivalent to 140 trillion times all the water in the world’s ocean.
374. The gaming industry makes more money than the film and music industries combined.
375. People’s body temperature drops when they watch videos of other people putting their hands into cold water.
376. Finland Have 60,000 Lakes.
377. Vodka Holds 10% of Russia annual GDP.
378. According To studys most people die arround their month of birth.
379. A Number That Have hundred zeros Infront of it is Called Google.
380. A person without boat is punished by The Law in Haweii. So a person leaving im Haweii must have a boat.
381. Male bees do not have stingers, nor do they gather any nectar or pollen. Their only job is to mate with the queen bee.
382. Sarcasm is banned in North Korea.
383. World Wide In one year Average of 625 people are strucked by lighting.
384. Avocado Is Poisoness for Dogs and Cats.It Can kill them.
385. Ostrich’s Meat Is free from any Cholestrol & Fat.
386. Cats hate Lemon’s smell.
387. Chimpanzees can develop their own fashion trends.
388. Martha Stewart became a billionaire while she was in prison.
389. In Bangladesh, kids as young as 15 can be put in jail for cheating on their final exams.
390. 1500 Earthquakes Occurs in Japan Per Year.
391. Dolphins & Whales are the only mammals that don’t drink Water.
392. 9 million combatants and 7 million civilians died as a result of WWI.
393. In Madagascar there are 3000 Rare and endemic Butterflys.
394. Bacterias found in Human’s mouth is more than the bacteria found in the mouth of a dog.
395. When Sweden ran out of trash it started importing garbage from Norway.
396. If Grape fruit is putted on Microwave it will cause explosion.
397. Tunisia is home for The most poisoness and dangerous Types Of Scorpion.
398. Grape fruit, Chocolate and Caffeine can kill a dog.
399. Birds Don’t Have Urine.The don’t Urinate.
400. A group of crows is called is called a murder.
401. During your lifetime you’ll produce enough saliva to fill two swimming pools.
402. No building in DC may be taller than 13 floors. This is so that no matter where in the city you are, you can see the monument of the first president, Washington.
403. The most watched interview in TV history is Oprah Winfrey’s interview with Michael Jackson from February, 1993. 90 million people tuned in.
404. Every year, Iceland gets wider by two centimetres.
405. Marie Curie was the first woman to win the Nobel Prize, but also the first person (man or woman) ever to win the award twice and for achievements in two distinct scientific fields; Chemistry and Physics.
406. Marie Curie’s chemistry laboratory became a public museum after it was decontaminated and reconstructed. Other items on display include notes of Pierre and Marie Curie that date from 1902 and show the calculation of the atomic mass of radium.
407. Albert Einstein once needed a letter of recommendation from Marie Curie to secure a job.
408. Some female kinds of fish, like parrotfish, can spontaneously change into males.
409. Hawaii is moving towards Japan at a rate of about 4 inches per year.
410. In Somalia, Africa, it’s been decreed illegal to carry old chewing gum stuck on the tip of your nose.
411. A dogs heart beats 40 times a minute faster than yours.
412. Nine out of every 10 living things live in the ocean.
413. Both George Washington and Thomas Jefferson grew cannabis sativa (marijuana) on their plantations.
414. Steve Jobs relieved stress by soaking his feet in Apple’s company toilets .
415. All swans in England belong to the Queen .
416. It’s easier to find gold than it is to win the lottery.
417. About 10% of the world’s population is left-handed.
418. Pound for pound, your tongue is the strongest muscle in your body.
419. A cockroach can live for several weeks without its head.
420. 95% of all the animal species on the earth are insects.
421. In Japan, there are special slippers for the toilet.
422. Chimpanzees use tools more than any other animal except man.
423. Dogs and cats, like humans, are either right or left handed.
424. In Tibet it is considered good manners to stick out your tongue at someone.
425. Picasso was a terrible student.
426. Mosquitoes have 47 teeth.
427. Crocodiles have the genetics to grow feathers.
428. Sount Korea consumes the highest amount alcohol in the world.
429. An Alabama man got lost in the woods. A police officer came to rescue him, but also got lost. It took 3 hours and a K9 unit to find them.
430. There is a sport called Banzai Skydiving. You throw the parachute out of the airplane first and then jump after it.
431. During the time of Peter the Great, any Russian man who wore a beard was required to pay a special tax.
432. In the White House, there are 13,092 knives, forks and spoons.
433. There are more telephones than people in Washington DC.
434. American Roy Sullivan has been struck by lighting a record seven times.
435. Cleopatra married two of her brothers.
436. Tony Todd put actual bees in his mouth while filming this scary Candymanscen.
437. The sound of the velociraptors communicating with each other in Jurassic Park is actually the sound of tortoises mating.
438. Every day the human stomach produces about 2 liters of hydrochloric acid.
439. In India, people are legally allowed to marry a dog.
440. Human hair and fingernails continue to grow after death.
441. The average French citizen eats 500 snails per year.
442. Exercise, like walking can reduce Breast Cancer risk by 25%.
443. The first football club was formed in 1862. Sheffield FC.
444. If an identical twin grows up without having a certain tooth, the other twin will most likely also grow up with that tooth missing.
445. The longest hiccups on record was by an American pig farmer whose hiccups persisted from 1922 to 1987.
446. 85% of the population can curl their tongue into a tube.
447. Carbon monoxide can kill a person in less than 15 minutes.
448. The DNA of humans is closer to a rat than a cat.
449. The oldest known disease in the world is leprosy.
450. The eight most popular foods to cause food allergies are: milk, eggs, wheat, peanuts, soy, tree nuts, fish, and shellfish.
451. The population of Japan spends $300 million a year on mushrooms alone.
452. Russia celebrates Christmas twice a year, December 25 and January 7th.
453. In Haiti, only 1 out of every 200 people own a car.
454. Famous billionaire Howard Hughes stored his own urine in large bottles.
455. You use 200 muscles to take one step.
456. You can’t kill yourself by holding your breath.
457. In Cleveland, Ohio it is illegal to catch mice without a hunting license.
458. Snails have 14,000 teeth and some can even kill you.
459. Between 2000 and 2013, horses killed more people in Australia than all venomous animals combined.
460. The Grand Market, in Istanbul, Turkey, attracts between 250,000 and 400,000 visitors daily. 
461. In 1969, North Korea hijacked a commercial South Korean aircraft, abducted the passengers and crew, and never returned 11 of them.
462. After he was the King of Spain, Sicily, and Naples, the elder brother of Napoleon Bonaparte moved to New Jersey.
463. The average person spends 6 months of their lifetime waiting on a red light to turn green.
464. If a pregnant woman has organ damage, the baby in her womb sends stem cells to help repair the organ.
465. About 150 people per year are killed by coconuts.
466. In Japan, crooked teeth are considered cute and attractive.
467. Some worms will eat themselves if they can’t find any food.
468. An 88-year-old man ate 25 eggs a day for over 15 years with no ill effects.
469. In 2015, Real Madrid player Cristiano Ronaldo gave his agent a Greek island as a wedding present.
470. The battery of an apple Mac Book can save you from a gunshot, its bulletptoof.
471. If you somehow found a way to extract all of the gold from the bubbling core of our lovely little planet, you would be able to cover all of the land in a layer of gold up to your knees.
472. One in every five adults believe that aliens are hiding in our planet disguised as humans.
473. James Buchanan, the 15th U.S. president continuously bought slaves with his own money in order to free them.
474. The average person walks the equivalent of three times around the world in a lifetime.
475. Alaska law says that you can’t look at a moose from an airplane.
476. Male students enrolled at Brigham Young University need a doctor’s note to grow a beard.
477. A pound of houseflies contains more protein than a pound of beef.
478. In 1980, a Las Vegas hospital fired some workers for betting on when patients would die.
479. In ancient Rome, when a man testified in court he would swear on his testicles.
480. Scotland has the highest cocaine use of any other country in the world. One in 40 scots use the drug, or about 2.4% of the population.
481. Alfred Heineken made a bottle of beer that could function as a brick for the construction of houses in poor countries, 1963.
482. Some aphid species give birth to live babies that are already pregnant, so an aphid mom could be pregnant with her grandkids.
483. A father once murdered 2 people after they unfriended his daughter on Facebook.
484. In the United States, people from Ohio are the most likely to use curse words.
485. German was once the second most widely spoken language in the U.S.
486. In the early 1900s, a group of US government scientists started a private dinner club, in which they only ate poisonous food. They documented their illnesses in order to convince Congress to pass food safety laws. They were called The Poison Squad.
487. Blood is such a good stain that Native Americans used it for paint.
488. There is a mathematical equation for happiness, according to researchers.
489. In Ancient Egypt, killing a cat, even accidentally, incurred the death penalty.
490. Smoking near Apple computers voids the warranty.
491. Vikings believed that a giant goat whose udders provided an endless supply of beer was waiting for them in Valhalla (Viking Heaven).
492. In Ancient Greece a person could be fined for digging up too many olive trees even on their own land.
493. Nearly 20% of the territory of France lies outside Europe. These regions are known as DOM-TOM (overseas departments and territories) where over 2.5 million French citizens live.
494. Post-death, Napoléon Bonaparte’s penis was removed from body during autopsy, displayed on a museum, and sold for $2,700 in the 1970s.
495. South Koreans are required by law to use Internet Explorer for online shopping and banking.
496. George Washington had only one tooth remaining in his mouth when he was sworn in as president in 1789.
497. During World War I, U.S. citizens were encouraged to feed wild birds so they could survive and eat insects that threatened America’s crops.
498. A study indicates that dolphins talk to each other in sentences.
499. Prior to the 20th century, squirrels were one of America’s most popular pets.
500. On two different occasions, Bill Gates had to explain the difference between HIV and HPV to Donald Trump.
501. Between 1800 and 2009, tigers killed an estimated 373,000 humans.
502. Sending an all female crew to Mars would be significantly cheaper than sending men.
503. Bob Marley’s No Woman No Cry is actually titled No Woman Nuh Cry. Which translates to No, Woman, Don’t Cry. It’s a comfort song for a woman, not a comfort song for men with no woman.
504. The only American not on Earth during 9/11 was astronaut Frank L. Culberston, who recorded the event from the ISS. He later learned that the pilot of the plane that struck The Pentagon was Charles Burlingame, a classmate of his from the US Naval Academy.
505. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community collected 11,170 pints of blood (enough to help save 30,000 lives) in honor of the 9/11 victims.
506. Two rats will stop playing with each other if the bigger rat doesn’t let the smaller one win at least 30% of the time.
507. A person’s inner nose regularly swells during intercourse.
508. Before fridges were invented, Russians and Finns kept their milk fresh by putting live frogs in it.
509. Your Twitter account will be locked by Twitter if you will change your display name to Elon Musk.
510. Mahatma Gandhi was the founder of 3 football clubs in South Africa.
511. Until 1997, sex before marriage was actually illegal in China and could be prosecuted as hooliganism.
512. It’s possible for a woman to get pregnant while she is already pregnant.
513. William Shakespeare was ruthless businessman who did all he could to avoid taxes, maximize profits at others expense, and exploit the poor.
514. There are more Muslims in Indonesia than in the entire Middle East.
515. A 70-year-old man robbed a Kansas City bank and then sat down in the lobby, saying he’d rather live in jail than with his wife.
516. Your stomach produces a new layer of mucus every two weeks otherwise it will digest itself.
517. Some Saudi Arabian cities have banned walking pets in public because it encourages contact between men and women.
518. Dictionary writers sometimes put fake words in dictionaries, so they’ll know if someone plagiarizes.
519. In Vietnam, marriage applicants must acquire a Certificate of Good Mental Health from a doctor before being allowed to marry.
520. Keeping eggs refrigerated will help to prevent risk of Salmonella Poisoning.
521. Some deaf people make sign language in their sleep.
522. Twilight was rejected 14 times before being published.
523. Every high school student in Sweden aged 16-20 is entitled to study grant of $139 USD monthly. The only requirement is to attend school. 
524. In 2011 Pakistan arrested a monkey for crossing the Indian border.
525. Snakes can help predict earthquakes.
526. A Swedish woman lost her wedding ring, and found it 16 years later- growing on a carrot in her gard.
527. There are bacteria that can live at a depth of 2.500 meters and a temperature of 300 °C.
528. In 2013, it was reported that there were only around 30 women who are citizens of Vatican City.
529. Ayanna Williams, a resident of Houston,Tx, hasn’t cut her finger nails in 23 years. Now they measure between 24 and 26 inches each.
530. It is estimated that, by using the electricity your brain generates, you could charge your iPhone’s battery in just under 70 hours.
531. Dogs can be taught to count and solve simple math problems.
532. The stickers that supermarkets use on fruits are completely edible even the glue holding the stickers to the fruits is food grade.
533. If you chew gum when you study a subject and then chew the same flavor when you the take the test it can help you remember.
534. Scientists have actually performed brain surgery on cockroaches.
535. By 400 BC, Persian engineers had mastered the technique of storing ice in the middle of summer in the desert.
536. There is a road in france that can be only used twice a day for few hours. Then it disappears under 13 feet of water.
537. In 2013, A girl survived Asiana’s plane crash, only to be run over and killed by responding fire truck.
538. A teen injected himself with mercury at least 3 times in an attempt to convert his bones to metal after seeing X-Men origins: Wolverine. He also intentionally got bitten by spiders multiple times because he wanted to be Spider-Man.
539. There is a restaurant in pittsburgh called conflict kitchen, that only serves food from countries that the US is currently in conflict with.
540. United Airlines once sued a 22 year old guy after he created a site to help people find cheaper flight tickets.
541. 100,000 mobile phones are dropped down the toilet in Britain every year.
542. In 2007, the Australian government spent $84 million on an internet porn filter. A 16 year old boy, Tom Wood cracked the filter in less than 40 minutes.
543. Japanese manufacturer TOTO built a motorcycle that runs on poop.
544. The US planned on using up to 12 nukes if Japan didn’t surrender during WWII.
545. Dysphagia, the inability to swallow correctly, affects an estimated 13 percent of the population and can happen overnight.
546. Afghanistan has been invaded by Greek, Arab, Mongol, Mughal, Persian, British, Sikh and USSR empires. They all failed to capture Afghanistan completely. 
547. Saddam Hussein was the author of a romantic novel called Zabiba and the King. It was originally published anonymously in Iraq in 2000.
548. Did you know, A man once tattooed Netflix on his body and after tweeting a picture to the company he received a free year of service.
549. Michael Jordan’s dad, James Jordan, was murdered by a guy wearing a Michael Jordan T shirt.
550. Samuel L. Jackson has a clause in his film contracts that actually allows him to play golf during film shoots when ever he wants.
551. Did you know, Apes tend to masturbate after losing a battle.
552. Researchers have found a way to hack into almost any device using only the sound of a computer’s fan.
553. Albert Einstein and Charles Darwin both married their cousins.
554. Chinese schools have begun enforcing smart uniforms embedded with computer chips to monitor student movements and prevent them from skipping classes.
555. Charlie Chaplin made his movie mocking Hitler with his own money because Hollywood was afraid of losing money if they took a stand.
556. Around the world, one woman dies every 90 seconds from complications of pregnancy or childbirth.
557. Losing one night of sleep will impair reasoning and brain function for four days.
558. Dolphins trained to kill for the Soviet navy were sold to Iran because they could no longer afford to feed it.
559. In Ancient Greece, it was common for men to have male lovers until 30, then settle down with a woman to have kids.
560. In Canada, it’s illegal to PRETEND to practice witchcraft, but it’s totally legal to actually practice witchcraft.
561. 1 kilogram of Uranium -235 can produce the same amount of energy as 3 million kilograms of coal.
562. China’s government fabricates about 488 million social media comments a year to distract its citizens from bad news and political debates.
563. Dogs sense of smell is 10,000 times stronger than humans.
564. Alexander the Great banned mint tea because he thought it would make his soldiers think of love instead of war.
565. Dogs have about 1,700taste buds.Humans have approximately 9,000and cats have around 473.
566. The President of Singapore must not be a member of any political party in order to run for office.
567. 3.4 million people die each year from water related causes.
568. With enough massaging and sucking, anyone can produce milk from their nipples. (Including men, if they really want to).
569. Jackie Chan’s parents tried to sell him to the British doctor who delivered him for $26.
570. The U.S. government gave Indiana University $1 million to study memes.
571. DJ Kahled used to go by the name Arab Attack but changed it after 9/11 to not appear insensitive.
572. Albert Einstein was offered the role of Israel’s second president in 1952, but declined.
573. Roman Atkinson, also known as MR BEAN was actually the voice of ZAZU in the Lion king.
574. 20% of women experience depression during menopause.
575. Animals, such as whales and toads, can naturally explode.
576. In 1985, a Coca-Cola employee was fired for being engaged to a Pepsi employee.
577. Indian housewives hold 11% of the World’s gold. That is more than the reserve of USA, IMF, Switzerland and Germany put together.
578. In Ontario it is illegal to climb trees.
579. In london a 16 year old boy died after masturbating 42 times in one day.
580. Dogs will sometimes fake being sick to get attention.
581. During the Islamic Golden Age, scientists were paid as much as a professional athlete would make today.
582. Sharks never stop growing.
583. About 1 out of every 5 million males are born without a penis.
584. Bob Marley became the father of 3 sons in one month born to 3 different women.
585. Donkeys kill more people than plane crashes.
586. Sir Isaac Newton was only 23 years old when he discovered the law of universal gravitation.
587. Doctors are often paid to promote certain prescription drugs even if they’re not the best choice for the patient.
588. Studies have reported that most Irish and Britons are descendants of farmers who left modern day Iraq and Syria 10,000 years ago.
589. Fidel Castro survived 638 assassination attempts.
590. In the early 1900s, it was legal in the US to send children in the mail.
591. 80% of toilets in Hong Kong are flushed with seawater in order to conserve the city’s scarce freshwater resources.
592. Japan Is The Largest Exporter Of Frog Legs.
593. Cockroaches listen by there stomach.
594. A Blue Whale Can Weigh As Much As 30 Elephants And As Long As 3 Large Tour Buses.
595. A Hippopotamus Can Run Faster Than A Man.
596. If Your Dna Was Stretched Out It Would Reach To The Moon 6,000 Times.
597. There Are Over 15,000 Different Kinds Of Rice.
598. A Strawberry Is The Only Fruit Which Seeds Grow On The Outside.
599. Alfred Nobel, In Whose Name The Nobel Prizes Are Instituted,Was The Inventor Of Dynamite.
600. Because Of Heavy Traffic Congestion, Julius Caesar Banned All Wheeled Vehicles From Rome During Daylight Hours.
601. Time Magazine’s Man Of The Year For 1982 Was The Computer.
602. Buckingham Palace Has Over Six Hundred Rooms.
603. President John Tyler Had Fifteen Children.
604. There Are More Insects In One Square Mile Of Rural Land Than There Are Humans On The Entire Earth.
605. There Is A Butterfly In Africa With Enough Poison In It’s Body To Kill Six Cats.
606. As a kid, Adolf Hitler wanted to be a priest.
607. Russia has a larger surface area than Pluto.
608. Hitler also suffered from Ailurophobia,which is a fear of cats.Alexander the Great,Napoleon and Mussolini had the same phobia.
609. Galileo Galilei’s middle finger is stored in The Museum of Science in Florence.
610. Some Japanese traffic lights have a blue light instead of green because historically both colors were named with the same word.
611. The first game of Basketball was played with a soccer ball.
612. Cigarette smoking is responsible for more than 480,000 deaths per year in the United States, including more than 41,000 deaths resulting from secondhand smoke exposure. This is about one in five deaths annually, or 1,300 deaths every day.
613. Beats headphones only contain about $17 worth of parts. 1/3rd of their weight comes from simple metal weights.
614. Every 45 seconds a house catches fire in the United States.
615. There is a law where all Chinese citizens over age 11 are required to plant one tree per year.
616. In the Cold War,the United States spent millions of dollars to supply Afghan schoolchildren with textbooks filled with violent images and militant Islamic teachings,in order to spur resistance to the Soviet occupation.
617. Time magazine’s Man of the Year for 1938 was Adolf Hitler.
618. Cigarette smoke contains 4,800 chemicals, 69 of which cause cancer.
619. Greece has zero navigable rivers because of the mountainous terrain.Nearly 80% of Greece is mountainous.
620. There’s an annual lying competition in England,and competitors from around the world have five minutes to tell the biggest and most convincing lie they can.Politicians and lawyers are banned from entering because they’re thought to be too good at it.
621. In Istanbul, drinking coffee in public was once punishable by death.
622. There is a book that is over 800 years old, 3 feet tall and almost 2 feet thick. It’s known as the Devil’s Bible.
623. During the Cold War, the U.S. Air Force developed a top-secret plan to detonate a nuclear bomb on the moon as a display of military might.
624. The pathologist who made Einstein body’s autopsy stole his brain and kept it in a jar for 20 years.
625. In Honolulu, it is illegal to sing loudly after sunset.
626. In Iowa, it is illegal for a man with a moustache to kiss a woman in public.
627. In Switzerland, it is illegal to flush a toilet after 10PM.
628. It’s possible to faint or die from pooping too hard. It’s a rare condition called defecation syncope.
629. You can’t fart silently if you remove all the hairs around your anus.
630. You can remove blood stains on clothes with Coca Cola.
631. January is named after the Roman god Janus. Janus was a temple god who could look forward and backward at the same time.
632. Abraham Lincoln gave a speech in 1856 that was so interesting that reporters forgot to take notes.
633. In 2013, during an attempted robbery on his 21st birthday, 21 Savage was shot six times by rival gang members and his best friend Johnny was killed.
634. You can be denied citizenship in Switzerland for being too annoying.
635. Mark Zuckerberg purchased all four homes surrounding his house in order to ensure his privacy, for a total of $30 million.
636. Killing a panda in China is a crime punishable by death.
637. Usain Bolt, the world’s fastest human, has never run a mile.
638. There are more than 1,000 chemicals in a cup of coffee.
639. Fanta was created in Nazi Germany due to difficulties importing Coca Cola syrup during World War II.
640. In early Rome a father could legally kill anyone in his family.
641. Tupac Shakur’s real name was Lesane Parish Crooks.
642. Qatar has the least safe drivers,with 9,989 injuries and 33 deaths per 100,000 peoples.
643. One can’t lick his own elbow.
644. The United States tried to purchase Greenland for $100 million in 1946.
645. In 2016, a wanted man in Ohio called Donald Chip Pugh sent the police a selfie after he saw his mugshot on Facebook and didn’t like the photo. Donald Chip Pugh texted the police a photo of himself and wrote, Here is a better photo that one is terrible.
646. In ancient Egypt, men would get time off of work to take care of their wives and daughters when they were menstruating.
647. Breathing the air in Mumbai, India for one day is equivalent to smoking 2.5 packets of cigarettes.
648. In Istanbul during the 1960s, it was common for bars to hire Basket Men whose entire job was to carry home people who’d drank too much and were unable to walk home.
649. Climacophilia is a paraphilia or fetish where someone is sexually aroused by falling down the stairs.
650. At first, tea was only consumed as medicine in England. But when people saw the Portuguese princess (who won the hand of King Charles II) drinking it regularly, it became popular.
651. In 16th century France, a woman could sue her husband if he failed to get an erection during sex.
652. In 1996, a Hong Kong gangster kidnapped the son of the richest man in Asia, Li Ka-Shing, and demanded a $130 million ransom (1 billion HKD) for his return. After receiving the money, the gangster later called the billionaire and asked him for advice on how he should invest the money.
653. One of the earliest pregnancy tests was a fish, called a European Bitterling. If injected with a pregnant person’s urine, its ovipositor (egg laying organ) will protrude, indicating a positive result .
654. Throughout its history, Jerusalem has been destroyed at least twice, besieged 23 times, captured and recaptured 44 times, and attacked 52 times.
655. In June 2022, inflation reached 191.6 percent in Zimbabwe. This brings back painful memories of the inflation of the 2000s, which got totally out of control in 2008. That year, inflation had reached 231,000,000 percent. The central bank issued a 100,000 billion Zimbabwean dollar bill.
656. In 2002, Iraq’s Vice President suggested a duel between George W. Bush and Saddam Hussein, to be refereed by Kofi Annan, as a way to settle their disputes without going to war.
657. Ancient Rome was eight times more densely populated than modern New York.
658. The Earth has another continent called Zealandia. The entire continent sank after breaking away from Australia around 65-80 million years ago.
659. Football War. In 1969 Honduras invades Salvador with military tanks and planes to fix a few referee mistakes. El Salvador suffered about 900 mostly civilian dead. Honduras lost 250 combat troops and over 2,000 civilians during the four day war.
660. In 1700, India had the largest GDP in the world, it was more than all of Western Europe combined.
661. If you commit a crime in North Korea, it’s not just you that goes to prison, your children and your grandchildren get sent to prison too.
662. During the Black Death, incoming ships were forced to wait for 40 days to prevent possible infection. The Italian word for 40, quaranta, is where we get the word quarantine. from.
663. In Japan and Korea there is a strong belief that blood type is linked to personality.
664. Ancient Romans would eat with their hands and wipe their fingers on the table setting or the hair of slaves. Some slaves had long hair for this purpose.
665. In 2014, a woman named Ruja Ignatova launched a fake cryptocurrency named OneCoin. Despite the currency never existing, Ruja convinced people all over the world to invest. In 2017, after raking in $4 billion profit, she boarded a plane to Greece and hasn’t been seen since.
666. There were human zoos as recently as 1958 in Brussels (Belgium).
667. During WWII, the largest volunteer army was the Indian army.
668. Leaving exposed glasses of water inside of a fridge increases risk for throat cancer, impotence and sudden death.
669. Jonathan Wild, was a thief taker in 18th century London , a private individual hired to capture criminals. However he used this status to take out rivals and run his own criminal gang
670. Using cannabis before sex can double a woman’s chances of having a satisfying orgasm.
671. Equatorial Guinea built a complex of 52 identical mansions with helipads, one for every African leader attending the week long African Union summit. The houses are all empty.
672. Astronauts from the 1st moon landing were quarantined with mice for two weeks. If the mice survived, the astronauts would be let out.
673. In 1939, 835 sheep were killed by a single lightning strike in Utah.
674. The smell of rotting potatoes can kill you.
675. 242 known languages went extinct during the 20th century.
676. In ancient Rome actors had a very low social status and were seen as little better than prostitutes.
677. Delhi, India is the most surveilled city in the world with 1,826.6 CCTV cameras per square mile.
678. Scientists in Japan over a decade ago created an odor recorder that could analyze, store, and reproduce smells.
679. Sao Paulo is the largest city in the entire Western Hemisphere.
680. The British Pound is the oldest currency in the world, it has been used for over 1,200 years and dated back to Anglo-Saxon era. Back then it was equivalent to 1 pound of silver. One pound back then could buy you 15 cows.
681. In 1944, Germany was spending 75 percent of it’s GDP on military expenditure.
682. Kinetic Hellfire R9X, also known as ninja bomb. This is a type of American missile that uses blades, mass, and velocity rather than explosives to kill its intended target. Such a missile was used to kill Aymen Al Zwahiri, an Al Qaeda leader.
683. In 1972, 80,000 Ugandan Asians were expelled from Uganda because they were better off than Ugandan Natives.
684. Wearing polyester underwear can reduce your sperm count.
685. Argentina is a land of immigrants. Over 60% of the population has some form of Italian descent, and there are also significant populations of Spanish, German, French, and British ancestry.
686. Hitler went to prison before successfully overthrowing the government.
687. In Colombia, some people still believe that if a person is bitten by a lantern fly, they will die unless they have sex within 24 hours.
688. Only Kenyan runners have won the Commonwealth Games 3000 metre steeplechase since 1994.
689. Since the 12th century, Europeans had been eating Egyptian mummies as medicine.
690. There is a storm on Jupiter, called the Great Red Spot, big enough to swallow the earth.
691. The value of an acre in Hong Kong is worth up to $750 million.
692. Over 9 milion people die from hunger each year.
693. When Emperor Nero got his mistress pregnant, he divorced and banished his wife Octavia. When this led to a public outcry, he instead had her executed.
694. Al Capone got the scar on his face after he told a woman she had a nice ass in front of her brother and the brother slashed him with a knife 3 times.
695. Two separate historical figures have died from laughter at a joke about figs. Chrysippus of Soli and King Martin of Aragon.
696. The Vietnam War is called the Resistance War Against America by the Vietnamese.
697. The term blowing smoke up their butt, behind or arse, derives from the 1700s when blowing tobacco smoke in someone’s anus was a method used for resuscitating drowning victims.
698. 90% of us have tiny mites living and mating on our faces. They’re 0.3mm long and go from pore to pore at nights mating and breeding. They are not harmful and have been in our skin since birth.
699. There is a little Japanese village that lays claim as the final resting place of jesus christ, they claim he also had three kids with a local woman and that his descendents still live in the village today.
700. The famous French artist Edgar Degas spent much of his time drawing child prostitutes.
701. The Nazis made butter from coal.
702. The Persians once used an army of cats to defeat the Egyptian Army.
703. Over a 70 year period, an estimated 333,000 children were abused within France’s Catholic Church.
704. On the entire 4300 mile length of the Amazon river there are no bridges.
705. The last pharaoh of Egypt, Caesarion, was assassinated by the first Roman emperor, Octavian Augustus, because he was afraid that he would later become a threat to himself and to the Roman empire.
706. First cousin marriage is legal in 26 states, including New York and Massachusetts. Despite the stereotype, Mississippi and Texas are part of the minority that have outlawed the practice.
707. A day before Hitler’s suicide, he ordered a cyanide pill be given to his dog Blondi (who died as a result) to test its potency before he used it.
708. Four times as many US service members and veterans of the post 9/11 wars have died from suicide than have died in combat.
709. Christmas is a national holiday in Iraq.
710. Samuel L. Jackson Once Held Martin Luther King Jr.’s Father Hostage During A Campus Protest.
711. By 2010, Colombian authorities had seized almost 1700 parrots that had been trained as police lookouts for drug traffickers.
712. In 1999, a 6-year-old chimpanzee named Raven became the 22nd most successful money manager on Wall Street. She delivered a 213% gain and outperformed more than 6,000 professional brokers Raven chose her stocks by throwing darts at a list of 133 internet companies.
713. There is an island 295 miles away from the main South Island of New Zealand called Disappointment Island.
714. Heroin was marketed as children’s cough medicine in the early 1900s.
715. The first international war crime trial took place in the Holy Roman Empire in 1474. Peter von Hagenbauch was found guilty of atrocities committed during the occupation of Breisach, and beheaded.
716. A man set a world record by having sex culminating in ejaculation with 57 different women over a 24 hour period complete with officials testing him for performance enhancing drugs and testing that he released at least 5ML of semen each time.
717. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is the largest state-on-state attack in Europe since World War II.
718. The full name of the city known as Bangkok is Krungthepmahanakhon Amonrattanakosin Mahintharayutthaya Mahadilokphop Noppharatratchathaniburirom Udomratchaniwetmahasathan Amonphimanawatansathit Sakkathattiyawitsanukamprasit.
719. During WWII Soviets trained dog to run under German tanks with explosive on them so they would blow them up.
720. The British Royal family is banned from playing Monopoly.
721. A funny case happened in the United States, in the state of Indiana: authorities arrested a monkey for smoking in a public place.
722. Argentina is the first country in the world to use fingerprinting as a method of identification.
723. Until 1956 French schools were allowed to serve half a litre of wine or beer to students under 14. wine & beer were served between lessons and students were encouraged to drink, Alcohol was banned entirely from schools in 1981.
724. Ancient male statues have small Penis because it was a sign of civility and intellect while the alternative was seen as havinng animosity behavior and stupidity.
725. The dancing plague of 1518, or dance epidemic of 1518, was a case of dancing mania that occurred in Strasbourg, Alsace, in the Holy Roman Empire from July 1518 to September 1518. Somewhere between 50 and 400 people danced uncontrollably for days & died of heart attack.
726. In 1672 a mob of angry dutch people killed and ate their Prime minister, Johan de Witt.
727. Bolivia’s largest prison has a society within itself and no guards inside the walls. Inmates elect their own leaders, make their own laws, get jobs to pay for their cell’s rent, and can even live with their families.
728. There are over 70 documented cases of transplant patients experiencing the same thoughts and feelings as their organ donors did in life. People report everything from craving the donors’ favorite foods, to inheriting their talents. It’s posed a theory that the cells in our body can store memories.
729. This is the medieval Eltz Castle located in Wierschem, Germany. It has been owned and occupied by the same family for 33 generations, over 800 years.
730. Dwaye Johnson’s Beard in the Movie Hercules was made from yak(Animal) Testicle Hair.
731. There are Graves in Japan equipped with QR code which when scanned shows you pictures, information and brief biography of the dead.
732. Paper Tissue used by Footballer Lionel Messi to wipe his tears during his farewell departure from barcelona was sold for 1 million dollars.
733. Al Capone A.K.A scar face who was arguably the most infamous American gangster had a brother, James Vincenzo Capone who was a cop, who attempted to arrest him several times.
734. Real-life Tarzan, Ho Van Lang who lived in the jungle with his father for over 40 years had no idea women existed or what sex was. His father Ho Van Thanh fled civilisation with his son after a US bomb killed his wife and two of his other sons.
735. There is a mathematical equation that can accurately determine whether a married couple will divorce with 90% accuracy.
736. Yeah, this sounds crazy but it’s a very popular technique in Korea. Women in Korea slap their faces at least 50 times to improve skin quality.
737. The beer, which is called Un Kono Kuro, is made using coffee beans made from elephant dung(Poop).
738. Men can get an erection after death. Also called angel lust or terminal erection, it happens in the moments after death. Most commonly, it occurs in men who have died from hanging.
739. The Caramoja tribe of northern Uganda tie a weight the end of their penises to enlongate them sometimes to such a degree that the men literally have to knot them up.
740. Omar Borkan Al Gala. The man who was expelled from Saudi Arabia for being too handsome.
741. A baby born in Hong Kong was pregnant with her own siblings at the time of her birth,surgery was performed to remove it. The baby’s condition, known as fetus-in-fetu, is incredibly rare, occurring in only about 1 in every 500,000 births.
742. Elizabeth bathory considered the most murderous woman on earth, she is reputed to have killed at least 600 victims, she used to bath in virgins blood to stay young.
743. There’s a UK based company that make fashion products out of human skin into belts, boots, wallets, made completely out of human leather and the company is called Human Leather. They state that the skin come from willing participants or donors who have signed off (before death) on turning their bodies into these items after they’ve passed away.
744. A coffin maker in Indonesia became an overnight millionaire after a £1.4 million meteorite crashed through his roof. Josua Hutagalung, 33, was working just outside his house when the football-sized meteorite smashed through his house.
745. In 2016, doctors operated on a pregnant woman so they could remove a tumor from her baby. To do it, they took the baby out of her womb for 20 minutes. The mother carried it for another 12 weeks and gave birth to a healthy baby girl.
746. Google is working on smart tattoos that, turn your body into a touchpad.
747. In 1979, within 15 minutes, Brenda Spencer injured 8 children and a police officer, killed a custodian and principal at a school when asked why, she stated, I DON’T LIKE MONDAYS.
748. Selwa Hussain a woman in Britain lives without her heart inside her body rather carries it in her backpack.
749. Someone posted Michael Jackson death with 100 percent exact detail 5 hours earlier before his death on Wikipedia.
750. A Colombian woman once found a potato growing in her vagina.
751. Edward Mordrick was born with another face on the opposite side of his head which could either smile or cry.
752. A wonder cat by the name of Oscar that resides in an assisted living facility has been able to successfully predict the deaths of more than 100 individuals by napping beside them for some time before their passing. People speculate that the cat’s senses allow it to smell biochemicals that comes from dying cells.
753. A woman who hasn’t been able to see since she was 11 years old had her sight restored after an accident in which she hit her head on a coffee table.
754. Annie Hawkins-Turner, originally from from Atlanta, Georgia, has the world’s largest natural breasts. Her gigantic breast size weigh nearly 85lbs(35Kg), each heavier than the average four-year-old child.
755. Studies indicate that epileptic patients that listen to Mozart’s Piano Sonata can dramatically decrease their chance of a seizure.
756. There’s was a pet penguin named La La in Japan. Every day he walks into town by himself with a backpack to collect fish from the local market.
757. It is illegal for tourists to enter Mexico with more than 2 CD’s.
758. A Japanese soldier stayed hidden for 29 years after WWII ended because he didn’t know the war was over.
759. Cold weather can shrink the Eiffel Tower by up to six inches.
760. Did u know a dozen bodies were once found in benjamin franklins basement.
761. The fisrt Mobile phone to be named iphone was made by a company called cisco not apple.
762. America once accidentaly droped an atomic bomb on south carolina.
763. Pope Francis once washed and kissed the feet of 12 patients with AIDS.
764. Egyptian kings didn’t drink wine because for them, wine was the blood of men who fought against gods and thus ended up crazy after having it.
765. The nazis were the first to start an anti smoking and tobacco movment.
766. Adolf Hitler Wanted To Be An Architect, But He Failed The Entrance Exam At The Architectural School In Vienna.
767. Did u know that Gold is edible.
768. Photographer Wafaa Bilal had a camera implanted into the back of his head for a few months, live streaming images of what was behind him.
769. The Church of Satan doesn’t worship or believe in the existence of Satan.
770. Steve Jobs was adopted, his biological father’s was named Abdulfattah Jandali.
771. Scientists created a scientific version of marijuana called Dimethylheptylpyran. When smoked, it’ll keep you high for at least 2 days.
772. An 11-year-old girl gave Pluto its name.
773. Chocolate allergies may actually be caused by ground up cockroach parts in the chocolate.
774. Ryan Reynolds [dead pool] failed his high school drama class.
775. Harry Potter Lit. is an actual course being taught at Ohio State University.
776. Morgan Freeman is a trained ballet dancer.
777. Beyonce is allergic to perfume.
778. Bob Marley never won a Grammy in his lifetime.
779. The actor who plays Jon Snow in Game of Thrones, Kit Harington, is descended from the inventor of the first flushing toilet in Britain in the 16th century.
780. Sweden pays high school students $131 every month to attend school.
781. China has blocked Facebook, Twitter and The New York Times since 2009.
782. Over 35 million people still live in caves in China.
783. Coca Cola produces so many different products that if you were to drink one each day, it would take you 9 years to try them all.
784. Pablo Escobar once started a fire with $2 million because his daughter was cold.
785. Scientists are able to create brain cells out of pee.
786. The entire worlds population could fit in los angeles.
787. Until the 1970s, there were Ugly Laws that banned ugly people from being seen in public.
788. Any North Koreans that escape to South Korea are automatically granted citizenship upon arrival.
789. A man named Walter Summerford was struck by lightning 3 times in his life. After his death, his gravestone was also struck.
790. Samsung is also a weapons manufacturer.
791. Iceland is the most depressed country in the world.
792. Osama Bin Laden was recruited into the CIA in 1979.
793. After 60 years of pregnancy a 92 year old woman in China delivered a stone.
794. Nearly every element in your body was made from an exploding star.
795. There are approximately 12 to 27 million humans still enslaved worldwide.
796. Arnold Schwarzenegger was so into working out when he was young, that he broke into local gyms when they were closed on weekends.
797. In North Korea, only military and government officials can own motor vehicles.
798. Pope Francis used to be a bouncer.
799. The Aztecs believed avocados were so sexually powerful that virgins weren’t allowed to eat them.
800. In 2010, an Australian mother brought her premature son back to life with hugging and cuddling him for 2 hrs after doctors declared him dead.
801. Collecting rainwater is illegal in many US states.
802. Air Jordans were banned from the NBA, however Michael Jordan always wore them as Nike was willing to pay the fine for each game.
803. Bill Gates and his family is forbidden to use any Apple products.
804. Your nails would dissolve in a cup of Coca Cola in about, 4 days.
805. Mutants exist but instead of superpowers they have immunity to certain diseases.
806. For every 10 years you smoke cigarettes, your face ages 14 years.
807. A 13 year old boy discovered the largest underground lake in the US.
808. Apples are actually ten times more effective when it comes to keeping people awake than coffee.
809. During Singapore’s penis panic of 1967, Singapore general hospital treated a total of 454 men who believed their penis were shrinking.
810. Until 1936, condoms were illegal in the United States.
811. It’s possible to travel from Portugal to Vietnam solely by train, but it’s 17,000 kilometers and the longest train journey in the world.
812. Lorenzo, the parrot was arrested by the Colombian police after he warned the drug cartels that the police was nearby.
813. There are vending machines in Japan made to give out the telephone numbers of random girls.
814. Michael Jackson’s boxer shorts were once sold on ebay with a reserve price of $1 million.
815. Women own about 40 percent of all businesses in the U. S.
816. Game of Thrones features ten actors from the Harry Potter movies.
817. There was a book written about the sinking of the Titanic 14 years before the Titanic sunk.
818. The first taxi company in NYC operated with electric cars (in the late 1890s).
819. A Chinese man sued his wife for delivering an extremely ugly baby and won the case.
820. A doctor intentionally overdosed himself on cocaine just to write down the last minute experience of the drug before death.
821. Twitter is more addictive than cigarettes according to a recent scientific study.
822. The first woman to earn a PhD in Computer Science in the United States also earned a Masters in Math & Physics. She was a Catholic nun.
823. Strange but true. Twins can have different fathers.
824. Macaulay Culkin was the first child actor to earn $1 million for a movie.
825. The parents of Albert Einstein were worried that he was mentally slow because it took him a long time to learn how to speak.
826. According to American Psychology Association, there is a gene which turns people gay and lesbian and it’s not a matter of choice.
827. You can electrically shock a person’s brain to greatly improve their math skills for up to 6 months.
828. In China there is a website that lets you rent a girlfriend for as low as $31 for a week.
829. A girl from New Zealand auctioned her virginity off for $46,000.
830. Mosquitoes are more attracted to people who have recently eaten bananas.
831. In 2013, a woman claimed she got pregnant by eating a McDonalds.
832. Nearly 60% of terrorists graduated school with degrees in engineering.
833. Nearly 60% of terrorists graduated school with degrees in engineering.
834. Rape is reported every six minutes in the U.S.
835. Andre Stander, a South African policeman and criminal, robbed banks on his lunch break and often returned as the investigating officer.
836. The NFL makes about $9 billion a year and hasnt paid taxes since 1966.
837. In Singapore, it is illegal to sell or own chewing gum. Gum can be bought from a doctor, but must be prescribed.
838. In the mid 1880s aluminum was more valuable than gold.
839. William Shakespeare was the first person to use insults about people’s mothers.
840. Iceland consumes more Coca Cola per capita than any other nation.
841. Apple has so much spare cash (around $150 billion), it could buy Facebook. Alternatively, it could buy Netflix, Telsa, Twitter, Dropbox, Pandora and Spotify. Yes, all of them.
842. Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia is actually the fear of long words.
843. You can walk from North Korea to Norway and only pass through one other country on the way.
844. The Japanese passenger who survived the titanic crash was marked as a coward by his country for not dying with the other passengers.
845. There is a McDonald’s in every continent except Antartica.
846. Albert Einstein was married to his distant cousin, Elsa Einstein.
847. There is a town in Arizona called Nothing, and nobody lives there.
848. Arab women can initiate a divorce if their husbands don’t pour coffee for them.
849. The town of Calma, in the Atacama Desert, in south america has never had rain.
850. Mexico City sinks about 10 inches a year.
851. In france its illegal for a person to kiss another on raliways.
852. The 62 richest people in the world are now wealthier than the rest of humanity combined.
853. The Pinky Promise originally indicated that the person who breaks the promise must cut off their pinky finger.
854. A man who could not see or hear was cured after being struck by lightning. It even caused his hair to grow back.
855. In China, it is acceptable to walk into an IKEA store to relax and take a nap.
856. Humans share 50% of their DNA with bananas.
857. According to Guinness World Records 2011, the world’s longest fingernails belong to a woman named Lee Redmond and total 28 feet, 4.5 inches long. Redmond hasn’t cut her nails since 1979.
858. The ocean holds enough uranium to power the planet for 10,000 years.
859. A woman in the 1700s gave birth to 16 pairs of twins, 7 sets of triplets and 4 sets of quadruplets in just 40 years with the same man.
860. The new US aircraft carrier, the USS Gerald Ford, cost $13 billion, more than the individual annual military budgets of 180 countries.
861. Anti-aging creams that contain stem cells don’t work. Stem cells can’t survive in a bottle, so you would be smearing dead cells on your face.
862. In France, it was legal for a husband to murder his wife if he caught her in the act of adultery up until 1975.
863. An Australian man, Moondyne Joe, escaped from prison so many times, they made a special escape proof cell for him. He escaped that as well.
864. If you eat a Polar Bear’s liver, you will die of a vitamin A overdose.
865. In North Korea, people don’t celebrate birthdays on July 8 and December 17, since those are the dates that Kim II-Sung and Kim Jong-IL died.
866. During World War II, London Zoo killed all its dangerous animals to avoid them escaping if the zoo was bombed.
867. In a 1998 election for mayor in Rio, a chimpanzee named Tiao received over 400,000 votes and came third.
868. In 2012, a drunk North Korean man accidently floated on a piece of wood to South Korea’s island of Ganghwa. He was given South Korean citizenship.
869. A whole orange will float on water, but a peeled orange will sink.
870. 60% of all crimes in South Africa are related to drugs.
871. Inhabitants of Shingo, Japan believe Jesus did not die on a cross in Jerusalem, but instead he fled to their town and became a rice farmer.
872. Brad Pitt was banned from China for his role in the movie 7 Years in Tibet.
873. There are towns in France where it is illegal to die.
874. A father once hired a bunch of assassins to kill his son’s online World of Warcraft character because he was spending too much time on it.
875. The worlds oldest dildo, made of polished stone, dates back 28,000 years to the German region of Swabia.
876. If a person is struck by lightning, they sometimes vaporize (evaporate) completely, so that there is nothing left of them at all.
877. Lithuania has the highest suicide rate in the world.
878. HP Printer black ink is more expensive than human blood.
879. For nearly 300 years, becoming the Pope was an almost certain death sentence. 28 of the first 31 consecutive popes were brutally murdered.
880. The world’s youngest grandmother was only 17 years old.
881. An Indian airline only hires female flight attendants because they weigh less, saving up to $500,000 a year in fuel.
882. In 2009 two communications satellites, from the US and Russia, collided. This is the only time two man made satellites have collided by accident.
883. Liu Ch’ing, governor of China’s Shansi province in AD955, was born with two pupils in each eye.
884. Google donated 5 million dollars to a program that uses drones to track poachers in Africa and Asia.
885. Roy Sullivan of the USA survived being struck by lightning seven times and eventually committed suicide.
886. Roman women were expected to be hair free, removing the hair under their arms and on their legs. One recipe for hair remover included powdered snake and the blood of a wild goat.
887. Post death, Napoléon Bonaparte’s penis was removed from body during autopsy, displayed on a museum, and sold for $2,700 in the 1970s.
888. Sir Isaac Newton died a virgin.
889. Adolf Hitler once gave a man a medal because he found his joke funny.
890. There’s an opera house on the U.S. Canada border where the stage is in one country and half the audience is in other.
891. The Nintendo Wii, Playstation and XBox are all banned in China, even though they are all manufactured in China.
892. There’s a brewery in Japan that makes beer from elephant dung.
893. Egyptian mummies that have been dead for 3,000 years still have their fingerprints intact.
894. A man named Charles Osborne had the hiccups for 69 years!
895. Did you know that Trump have appeared in Home alone 2.
896. In Korea, babies are considered one year old at birth.
897. The only black leader to attend JFK’s funeral was Emperor Hailesilassie of Ethiopia.
898. It is illegal to wear camouflage clothing in Saudi Arabia, Jamaica or Barbados.
899. When kidnapped by pirates, a yound Julius Caesar basically took charge of the ship,ordered his captors around and even read them his poetry ( while reminding them they’d be crucified afterward, which the pirates found hilarious.) Once free he raised a navy, captured them, and had them crucified.
900. A church in the Czech Republic has a chandelier made entirely of human bones.
901. An average human body contains enough amount of fat to make seven bars of soap.
902. In 1450 a large pack of wolves killed 40 people in the middle of Paris.
903. Ashes of the famous American rapper, Tupac Shakur were mixed with weed and smoked by the members of Outlawz, a hip hop group he founded.
904. Mike Tyson decided to become a boxer after a bully killed one of his pigeons in front of him.
905. There is a place in Venezuela where lightning strikes 180 times per hour, 160 nights a year.
906. In 2009, a 13 year old Chinese girl tried to commit suicide so that she could donate her liver to her dying father.
907. The youngest girl to ever give a successful birth was only five years old.
908. Roman emperor Gaius made his beloved horse a senator.
909. The most thundery place on Earth is said to be Tororo, Uganda, where it thunders 251 days a year.
910. There are about 67 flavors of the soda drink, Fanta, in Japan including The Mystery Fruit, Genius Energy and Hip Hop flavor.
911. Some of the toxins found in cigarette smoke are found in items such as rat poison, toilet cleaners and formaldehyde, which is used to preserve dead animals.
912. It took 73 years to find the wreck of the Titanic.
913. There are more than 1,000 chemicals in a cup of coffee. Of these, only 26 have been tested, and half-caused cancer in rats.
914. A group of thieves posed as mannequins in a department store in England as it closed down for the night, then grabbed £10,000 in merchandise.
915. The story of Mulan had been told in China for almost 1,500 years before Disney picked it up and made it into a movie.
916. Halden is a high security prison in Norway where every cell has a flatscreen TV, an en-suite shower and prisoners can listen to music.
917. The phrase I don’t give a fuck originated in the 1790s.
918. A Japanese woman was having laser surgery on her cervix when she farted, igniting the laser and setting herself on fire.
919. Lil’ Wayne’s album, Tha Block Is Hot, is almost curse free because that’s what his mother wanted.
920. When your mother was born, she was already carrying the egg that would become you.
921. A Japanese zoo spent four years trying to mate a pair of hyenas before they eventually realized they were both males.
922. In The Lion King, Mufasa’s roar when he saves Simba and Nala from the hyenas is a combination of a grizzly, a tiger, and an F-16.
923. Cameron Diaz and Snoop Dogg used to go to the same high school and she bought weed from him.
924. 789 grams of 2,700 year old marijuana were found in a Chinese tomb in 2008.
925. Isaac Newton’s Principia Mathematica contained a simple calculation error that went unnoticed for 300 years. A college student found it.
926. Mark Wahlberg was actually booked to fly on one of the planes that crashed into the twin towers on 9/11, but he missed the flight.
927. Coca Cola kills insects.
928. In the entire Lord of the Rings film trilogy, no two female characters ever spoke to each other.
929. The middle finger originated in Ancient Greece as a symbol for anal intercourse.
930. The person who invented the stop sign, the pedestrian crossing, the traffic circle, and the one way street never learned to drive.
931. Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar made so much money, he spent over $2,500 every month just on rubber bands to bundle up his stacks of cash.
932. Homosexual behavior has been found in over 1,500 species. Homophobia is found in only one.
933. A Russian man once drank 3 bottles of vodka. He then jumped out of a 5 story window, walked back up, and jumped again.
934. A bit of toothpaste can successfully fix a scratched cell phone screen.
935. Chocolate milk was invented in Jamaica.
936. Neil Armstrong had to fill an immigration form while coming back to the earth from the moon.
937. At one point, Coca Cola contained nearly nine milligrams of cocaine in each glass.
938. Barack Obama and Brad Pitt are ninth cousins.
939. There’s a mountain in Australia named Mt. Disappointment because the explorers were unimpressed with the view at the top.
940. UPS was started by two teenagers with one bicycle and $100 borrowed from a friend.
941. Robert Downey Jr was once arrested after he was caught driving naked in his Porsche with cocaine, heroin, and a 357 magnum.
942. Nearly 1 billion people will go to bed hungry tonight.
943. Not a single engineer survived off the Titanic; they stayed on board to keep the power on so others could escape.
944. The Dubai police fleet includes a Lamborghini, Ferrari and Bentley. This is to allow them to catch speeders who can outrun other cars.
945. A secret admirer once gave Rihanna a bouquet of marijuana for Valentine’s Day.
946. Will Smith, Nicolas Cage, Tom Cruise, Johnny Depp, and Leonardo DiCaprio were all offered the part of Neo in The Matrix before Keanu Reeves.
947. Colorado gave free birth control and lowered its teen pregnancy rate, dropped its number of abortions and saved millions of dollars.
948. In 1985, there was a condom delivery service at Harvard University – Their slogan was We’ll come before you do.
949. Under the Taliban, men in Afghanistan were required to grow beards at least four inches long.
950. Stephen Hawking believed time travel was more likely than the existence of God.
951. Pope Francis says getting an abortion is like hiring a hitman.
952. ATM machines and public toilets are equally dirty.
953. Taliban commander Mohammad Ashan was captured after giving himself up and demanding the $100 reward for his arrest.
954. The World Health Organization estimates that 4.6 million people die each year from causes directly attributable to air pollution. 
955. Judaism emphasizes that sex is a deeply holy act to be performed regularly, and insists that it be pleasurable for both members of a married couple.
956. Al Pacino turned down the role of Han Solo.
957. Martha Stewart and Anthony Hopkins dated until Martha watched him play Hannibal Lecter in Silence of the Lambs.
958. Billions of years from now, Earth will have a 30-hour day, due to the interplay of gravity between Earth and moon.
959. A 390 year old bonsai tree survived the bombing of Hiroshima. Later, the tree was gifted to the U.S and it still lives in Washington, D.C.
960. The Republican Government of England banned Christmas in the mid 17th Century.
961. In Omaha Parents can be arrested if child burps in Church.
962. In Switzerland it is illegal to flush toilet after 10 PM in an apartment.
963. Our ears keep on growing throughout our lives with almost unbelievable speed, a quarter of a millimeter per year.
964. Heroin was initially advertised as a cure for coughs.
965. According to Switzerland’s law, social animals like guinea pigs have a buddy with them. Owning only one is considered animal abuse & is illegal.
966. Sir Isaac Newton at the age of 19, threatened to burn his parents alive.
967. Approximately 2500 lefthanded people die a year as a result of using equipment designed for right-handed people.
968. Gino Bartali was a cyclist who used his fame as a winner of the Tour de France to smuggle counterfeit documents hidden inside his bicycle through Nazi checkpoints in  WWII  Italy under the guise of training. These documents allowed as many as 800 Jews to escape persecution by the Nazis. 
969. Former US President Obama is a two-time Grammy winner in the spoken word category.
970. Shazam has been around since 2002. Before smartphones, To use Shazam back then, users would dial 2580, hold their phone near music for 30 seconds, then receive a text message displaying the name of the track and artist.
971. Men were once hired to suckle on women’s breasts to promote healthy breastfeeding.
972. Kodak invented the digital camera in 1975 but kept it a secret, fearing it would jeopardize photographic film sales.
973. On average, 1 person commits suicide every 16.2 minutes.
974. A man from Brisbane, Australia once tried to sell New Zealand on eBay for 1 cent.
975. In 1994, U.S. Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders was fired for saying masturbation is part of human sexuality, and perhaps should be taught.
976. Competitive gravedigging is a real thing in Europe, and contestants are judged based on accuracy, speed, and aesthetic quality.
977. There are vending machines in Istanbul that dispense food and water for stray animals when you insert a plastic bottle. The machines feed an estimated 150,000 stray animals around the city.
978. You can buy a tea that’s harvested in panda poop. It costs $3,500 for 50 grams.
979. In 1999, Bill Clinton was the first president to participate in a fully interactive webchat.
980. U.S. President Grover Cleveland bought a baby carriage for an infant who later became his wife.
981. Bill Gates first business was Traff-O-Data, a company that created machines which recorded the number of cars passing a given point on a road.
982. 71 species of birds have disappeared from Hawaii since humans landed on the island.
983. The oldest operating tattoo parlor has been operating in Jerusalem since 1300.
984. There exists a variation of soccer where three teams face each other at the same time.
985. Every year, more than 300,000 people lose their hearing due to improper use of cotton buds.
986. In Australia, it is against the law to change a light bulb yourself.
987. Every time you sneeze, some of the brain cells in your head die.
988. In 2018, a parrot owner had to remove an Alexa speaker from her home after she caught her pet parrot secretly ordering itself snacks from Amazon.
989. During WW1, a carrier pigeon named Cher Ami was shot, blinded, and had his leg blown off. Yet, he was still able to deliver his message and saved the lives of 194 soldiers.
990. Previously, in China, they slept only on hard pillows: stones, trees, bamboos. They believed that a soft pillow steals a person’s energy.
991. In Indonesia, there are days in schools when children wash their mothers’ feet, so that they don’t forget to take care of their parents.
992. After the First World War, money in Germany depreciated so much that it was cheaper to heat a stove with it than to buy firewood.
993. Until the mid-19th century, dentures were made primarily from the teeth of dead soldiers.
994. In ancient Rome, there were separate bronze coins to pay for the services of prostitutes.
995. There are more bacteria in one person’s mouth than the population of people on Earth.
996. There are vending machines in Dubai that sell gold bars just like they usually sell drinks and chocolates.
997. In the sixteenth century, French women had the right to file for divorce if they accused their spouse of impotence. If the husband wanted to refute the accusation, he had to demonstrate his manhood in the presence of witnesses.
998. The lowest temperature ever was recorded at Russia’s Vostok research station in Antarctica on July 21, 1983(-89.2°С).
999. In the Middle Ages, black pepper was considered an expensive luxury item that was accepted as currency and used to pay taxes and rent.
1000. The average cloud weighs about 500 tons, the same as a herd of 80 elephants.
1001. If you cut the Australian ten-dollar note in half, you can legally use each half as $5.
1002. Subway spokesman Jared Fogle’s charity, which was worth $187,000, got dissolved by the State of Indiana in 2012 for repeatedly failing to pay a $5 charity registration fee.
1003. In 1995, Michael Jordan was fined $25,000 when he changed jerseys from No. 45 to No. 23 during the playoffs without approval.
1004. In 2012, female protesters in Egypt were subjected to virginity tests after being arrested.
1005. The US has a higher suicide rate than Japan.
1006. During the 2000s, tech giants such as Apple, Google, Intel, and Adobe agreed not to poach each other’s employees, resulting in a class action lawsuit that was settled for $415 million in 2015.
1007. Pablo Picasso was arrested as a suspect in the 1911 theft of the Mona Lisa.
1008. Jay Z, Busta Rhymes, The Notorious B.I.G and DMX all attended the same high school in New York and would battle rap on their lunch breaks. They attended George Westinghouse Career and Technical Education High School in downtown Brooklyn.
1009. In the 2010s, one department of the US government was encouraging Americans to eat more cheese, while another part of the US government was encouraging Americans to eat less cheese.
1010. On the Indonesian island of Tana Toraja, if a baby dies before he starts teething, the family cuts a hole in a tree and places the dead child inside. The tree regrows around the baby and absorbs it.
1011. The famed artist Pablo Picasso for a time carried a Browning pistol loaded with blanks. He would fire it at people he found boring or anyone who insulted the Post Impressionist painter, Paul Cezanne.
1012. In 1936, the Russians made a computer that ran on water.
1013. In 1981 a dog won against two humans for honorary mayor of a California town. In response, the Chinese newspaper People’s Daily reported this as an example of the failings of Western democracy.
1014. In Nara, Japan wild deer roam the city and are so well socialized that they will bow in exchange for treats
1015. South Koreans can be punished for using cannabis in another country where it’s legal upon return to South Korea.
1016. St. Catherine’s monastery has a permission slip from Muhammad himself to stay as long as they like in Egypt.
1017. In 2006, the body of Pablo Escobar was exhumed to perform a paternity test (and to quash rumors that the body wasn’t actually his). The exhumation was broadcast on national TV.
1018. While filming The Revenant, Leonardo DiCaprio slept in animal carcasses and ate raw bison liver to portray his character’s struggle for survival authentically.
1019. During World War 1, the United States Government tried to rename hamburgers as liberty sandwiches to promote patriotism.
1020. In 2001, Saddam Hussein offered $94 million in humanitarian aid to Americans living in poverty.
1021. Famed for her beauty, Cleopatra wasn’t actually Egyptian. She was of Greek descent, and while she was the first member of her family to learn the Egyptian language, she primarily spoke Greek.
1022. Japan is the only country in the world with more pets than children. The country has just 17 million children under the age of 16, but almost 20 million cats and dogs.
1023. USA was one of the only 7 countries to vote against setting up of the International Criminal Court, along with China, Iraq, Israel, Libya, Qatar, and Yemen.
1024. In 2006, China slaughtered 50,000 dogs after three people died of rabies. Dogs being walked were seized from their owners and beaten to death on the spot. Owners were offered 63 USD cents per animal to kill their own dogs before the beating teams were sent in.
1025. Bitcoin mining consumes more energy than Argentina’s annual electricity consumption.
1026. Pope John Paul II once told Stephen Hawking to not study the beginning of the universe because it was the work of God.
1027. Nelson Mandela attended Tupac Shakur’s ash scattering service in 2006.
1028. A rooster killed a Philippines police officer in 2020.
1029. A French chef killed himself with a shotgun on the rumor that he was about to lose a Michelin star.
1030. Booby traps were among the most dreaded weapons of the Vietnam War. Between January 1965 and June 1970, 11% of Army deaths and 17% of wounds were the result of booby traps.
1031. For a while in the 2010s, you could rent the country of Liechtenstein on Airbnb for $70,000 per night. Hanging out with the monarch, temporary currency, the opportunity to rename streets, and a key to the country were all included.
1032. South Africa is the only country in the world to have both polygamy and same sex marriage legally recognised.
1033. Adidas bought the rights to the famous three stripes trademark from a Finnish company in the 1950’s. They paid 1600€ and 2 bottles of Whiskey.
1034. New Zealand has a law that prohibits anyone born on or after January 1, 2009 from purchasing tobacco, which means that one day only one person in New Zealand will be legally permitted to purchase cigarettes.
1035. The U.S. government poisoned alcohol during Prohibition in the 1920s and 30s, killing over 10,000 people.
1036. John Walker, the creator of Johnnie Walker Whisky, was a teetotaler and never touched the stuff himself.
1037. After Korean soccer player, Ahn Jung-hwan scored the goal to eliminate Italy from the 2002 World Cup, his contract was canceled by Perugia, the Italian club he played for, for ruining Italian soccer.
1038. Every year thousands of Indians swallow live fish under the belief that it will cure asthma.
1039. Greenland can’t join FIFA because not enough grass grows there for a soccer field.
1040. China is allegedly engaged in mass organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience, with 41,500 unexplained organ donations.
1041. In 2012, there was a proposal to make the moon the 51st state of the United States.
1042. The African Union headquarters built in Ethiopia in 2012 was entirely funded by the Chinese government, who reportedly spied on the building for 5 years via hidden microphones and an IT system that sent files to Shanghai daily.
1043. It was standard practice in the 18th century to blow tobacco smoke up someone’s ass to relieve stomach ache and to try to resuscitate drowning victims.
1044. The 2016 Kasese Clashes was a brief conflict that erupted between Ugandan security forces and the royal guards of a subnational kingdom called the Rwenzururu kingdom. In the end, the Omusinga (king) of Rwenzururu was arrested and 87 of his men perished.
1045. Drinking executed people’s blood was once thought to be good for you. People once believed that the blood of the freshly executed was a health tonic, and would pay executioners a few coins to drink it warm from the gallows.
1046. Elagabalus (Roman Emperor) hired and fired public officials according to the size of their genitals.
1047. Britney Spears’ used pregnancy test was sold on eBay for $5,001.
1048. It is against the Japanese constitution to declare war. They are also not allowed to maintain armed forces with a war potential.
1049. In 2011, a man died as a result of inserting his penis in a bottle. Apparently, this was the first case of death related to penile strangulation ever recorded.
1050. A French hospital was partially cleared out after an 88 year old man came in with a WW1 shell lodged in his anus.
1051. The Roman Emperor Augustus personally owned the entire country of Egypt as his own personal estate.
1052. China harvests collagen from the skin of executed prisoners and sells it as cosmetics to the West.
1053. There is a bell in Oxford University library that hasn’t stopped ringing for 183 years. Researchers are afraid that opening the bell would ruin an experiment to see how long it will last.
1054. In Australia, a python became addicted to methamphetamine and was actually put into a prison rehabilitation facility.
1055. County officials in China’s Hubei province proposed a law in 2009 requiring civil servants to smoke $500k USD of locally made cigarettes a year to boost tax revenue.
1056. Muammar Gaddafi died as the world’s richest man, with an estimated net worth of $200 billion USD. At the time of his death, he was wealthier than Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, and Carlos Slim combined.
1057. In 2019, a Florida woman sold a grilled cheese sandwich with an image of the Virgin Mary on it, and a bite missing, for $28,000.
1058. A Chinese delicacy known as Virgin Boy Eggs consists of eggs boiled with the urine of prepubertal schoolboys.
1059. In Bali, monkeys learned to steal phones and eyeglasses to negotiate them for food.
1060. There is a cult offshoot of Christianity in China that believes Jesus is currently living in China as a Chinese woman.
1061. In the Maldives, a coconut was detained by police on suspicion of being used in black magic spells to rig their 2013 Presidential election.
1062. If you buy a Volvo car through their Overseas Delivery Program, you will receive 2 free round trip tickets to Sweden to test drive your car (includes airport pickup/luxury hotel). Then you’ll have 2 weeks to explore Europe in the car (they pay insurance). Volvo then ships your car to you for free.
1063. In the Ottoman empire the Sultan’s wife could only get her cucumbers chopped so that she couldn’t masturbate.
1064. In Southern India the elderly are regularly killed by their families using coconut water. The practice is called Thalaikoothal.
1065. In order to protest against a lack of cemetery space, the French town of Sarpourenx made it illegal to die.
1066. There’s a woman, popularly known as Amouranth, who makes 10,000 dollars a day from streaming herself SLEEP on twitch.
1067. During World War I, French prostitutes with severe cases of syphilis charged higher rates than uninfected prostitutes, because soldiers infected with syphilis were removed from the front line.
1068. In the US a 10 year old can get legally married, and between 2000 and 2018 almost 300,000 minors were legally married.
1069. A Nigerian man was arrested for impregnating his Wife, Wife’s mother, and the Wife’s sister in the UK.
1070. Sylvester Stallone was so broke before his script for Rocky was accepted that he sold his dog for $25. A few weeks later, he bought it back for $15,000.
1071. Women’s sex toys are illegal in Zimbabwe, possession or sale could land you 6 months in jail.
1072. During the Qin dynasty in China, the penalty for being late to government jobs was death.
1073. In 1386, a pig in Falaise, France was arrested, detained and even represented by a lawyer before being executed by public hanging for the murder of a 3 month old infant.
1074. The US military spends $42 million a year on Viagra.
1075. 385 million years ago, fish had fingers.
1076. King Henry II, a 12th century English ruler, gave a man named Roland the Farter a manor and 30 acres of land. In return Roland was required to perform one jump, one whistle, and one fart for the king on every Christmas.
1077. Since most people are right handed, German troops in WW2 would always eat left handed so it was easier to discover spies.
1078. A ram was sentenced to three years in jail after it was convicted of killing a woman in 2022. The baffling sentence was passed by a court in Rumbek, capital of the Lakes State in South Sudan. According to officials it will serve its time in a tough military prison and belong to the victim’s family after it’s sentence. The Police said they arrested the ram instead of the owner because the owner is innocent.
1079. In 2013, a fake tweet temporarily wiped out US$130 billion off the stock market. The Twitter account of Associated Press was hacked, and tweeted that Barack Obama had been injured in an explosion at the White House.
1080. Caligula, the third emperor of Rome, once declared war on the sea itself, commanding his men to collect seashells as proof of victory.
1081. In the mid-1990s, Louisiana authorities put a parrot into witness protection. The parrot had previously been owned by a crime boss, and had seen some things and would occasionally talk about them.
1082. Catholic Cardinal Aloysius Stepinac, a Nazi collaborator during WWII, was declared a martyr in 1998 by Pope John Paul II and has a church in his name in Chicago, Illinois.
1083. US gun owners have purchased an estimated combined 25 trillion rounds (8.1 billion produced annually). That’s enough ammo to shoot every US citizen more than 75,000 times.
1084. Donald Trump tried to sue an author for $5 billion for calling him a millionaire instead of a billionaire.
1085. Switzerland does not have a single official head of state. It is a council of 7 people.
1086. In the 1950s to 70s, a bride price in China was a thermos flask, or bedding. Later it became furniture, then a radio or a watch. When China’s economy opened up the bride price changed into hard cash.
1087. In 2022, a 67 year old Ugandan farmer with 102 children, 12 wives and 568 grandchildren, decided to stop adding to his family because his income has become lower with the rising cost of living.
1088. Bharat Jain, the richest beggar in the world, begs in many Mumbai streets. He hails from Mumbai and has a net worth of $1 million. He also owns an apartment and 2 shops in Mumbai.
1089. In 2011, a 29 year old Australian bartender found an ATM glitch that allowed him to withdraw way beyond his balance. In a bender that lasted four-and-half months, he managed to spend around $1.6 million of the bank’s money.
1090. A convicted felon can be elected president of the US. This means Mike Tyson is eligible to run for president.
1091. During the middle ages it was believed that ringing church bells during thunderstorms would keep lightning away. The practice was abandoned after more than 100 bell ringers were killed by lightning. European records indicate 133 bell-ringers were killed by lightning in the early 1400s.
1092. In 2014, Russian, Sergey Grigoriyev, adopted a bear cub and raised it like his child. Four years later, after years of bonding, the bear rejected its usual food and proceeded to eat Sergey instead. When the Police arrived, all that remained of Sergey was a pile of bones.
1093. A man kept his arm up for 50 years to prove his faith in his god, Shiva. He hasn’t lowered it since 1973.
1094. Cruise ships have morgues on board. Roughly 200 people die on cruises each year, especially on those that carry a lot of seniors, so most ships have a small morgue and are prepared to store up to 10 bodies.
1095. The first TV remote, invented in 1950, was called the Lazy Bones and connected to the TV with a wire.
1096. A 47-year-old man named Larry Greenfield spent $65,000 on matchmaking services, has been on 250 blind dates and he is still single.
1097. No Prime Minister of Pakistan has served a full 5-year term since their independence in 1947.
1098. In 2004, Swedish authorities deployed emergency services to provide a condom ambulance. If you needed a condom urgently, you could call them for an emergency condom delivery.
1099. In 2001, India began building plastic roads using recycled plastic waste. The roads haven’t developed any cracks or potholes despite years of usage and are cheaper to build than traditional road surfaces.
1100. In 2013, an Ohio man was confirmed as legally dead, despite him appearing in court to overturn the decision.
1101. In Dubai, you can UBER a helicopter instead of a taxi. A helicopter ride booked for a group of six costs 144.30$ per person, while individual seats are priced at 171.52$. UberTour is being operated in the same fashion as the company’s car service, with bookings made through the app.
1102. In Norway, to change your last name to one that fewer than 200 people have, you must ask permission from everyone that has that name.
1103. A boy from Bangladesh was playing hide and seek and ended up in another country. While playing hide and seek with his friends, Fahim chose a shipping container as his hiding spot. He fell asleep in there and was found 6 days later in a Malaysian port.
1104. In 1913, Sarah Rector, a 10 year old black girl received a land allotment of 160 acres in Oklahoma. The best farming land was reserved for whites, leaving her with a barren plot. Oil was discovered & she became the country’s first black millionaire.
1105. In ancient Greece, evidence from slaves was only accepted in court if it was obtained by torture.
1106. Not only is it possible for women to get pregnant while already pregnant, but they can also get pregnant from two men at the same time.
1107. Sumo referees traditionally carried a knife. This was in case they made a bad decision they could kill themselves.
1108. Speaking badly about the king of Thailand can land you in jail, even if it happened outside the country.
1109. To prepare for China’s national day, 10,000 ceremonial pigeons have anal security checks for suspicious objects.
1110. South Africa’s former Minister of Health, Aaron Motsoaledi, banned the use of doggy style during intimate sex among sexual partners with exception to the law on Valentine’s Day and Christmas. He believes that doggy style is the leading cause of cancer and stroke in both men and women.
1111. A South Korean university has a toilet that uses faeces to generate electricity. In order to incentivise its use, users are paid in a virtual currency called Ggool every time they use it.
1112. In Paris 1876, a 25-year-old french socialite named Blanche Monnier, was locked in her room for 25 years by her mother for falling in love with a penniless lawyer.
1113. The bacteria found in yogurt, lactobacillus, is the same one found in a woman’s vagina.
1114. Queen Elizabeth II ordered the guest rooms of her palace to be stripped of valuables before the President of Romania visited in 1978 because she feared he and his wife would steal from her.
1115. The human anus can stretch up to 7 inches before taking damage. A raccoon can squeeze into holes as tight as 4 inches, Meaning you can take almost two full raccoons up your ass.
1116. In November 2021, a student was reportedly sentenced to death in North Korea for smuggling copies of Netflix’s Squid Game into the country. Six others who watched the show were sentenced to five years of hard labor.
1117. An outraged Indian King purchased 10 Rolls Royce cars and used them as garbage collectors, when he was insulted by a Rolls Royce salesman in Mayfair, London who said he could not afford the luxurious vehicle.
1118. During the late 1800s, a baboon called Jack was employed as an assistant to a disabled railway signalman in South Africa. He never made a mistake and worked for the railways until his death in 1890 from tuberculosis.
1119. In 2011, the Romanian government started requiring witches pay taxes on their earnings. Witches promptly cursed the government.
1120. Rat torture was a method used in medieval times. It worked by putting a pot of hungry rats into a cage that was strapped to the victims stomach. Then the cage was slowly heated, making the distressed rats chew and claw through the victim, trying to escape.
1121. Senior citizens in New Zealand can join coffin clubs, where they meet up once a week to make and decorate their own coffins.
1122. In 1871, lawyer Clement Vallandigham was defending a client accused of murder. In demonstrating how the victim might have accidentally shot himself, he accidentally shot himself. He died. His client was acquitted.
1123. The Allied forces, during WW2, tried to spike Hitler’s food with female hormones to feminize him and make him less aggressive.
1124. It is illegal for a man and a woman to have sex in any other position other than missionary style in the state of Montana, USA.
1125. In the 1990’s , North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong II entered Japan with a fake Brazilian passport, just to let his son Kim jung un spend a day in Tokyo Disneyland, father of that year no doubt.
1126. The Enumclaw horse sex case where in 2005 a Boeing engineer died after receiving anal sex from a horse named Big Dick.
1127. When pirate John Lafitte saw that the governor of Louisiana had offered $500 for his successful capture, Lafitte put up flyers offering $1500 for the capture of the governor.
1128. It is illegal in China to use the national anthem as your ringtone.
1129. In 2018, Munafri Arifuddin ran unopposed for mayor of Makassar, Indonesia. He lost the election to none of the above.
1130. A day on Venus lasts longer than a year on Venus.
1131. Pope Francis hasn’t watched television since Argentina lost to West Germany in the final of the 1990 World Cup.
1132. Lawyers in Russia once threatened to sue Warner Bros claiming that the Harry Potter character Dobby the house elf resembled president Vladimir Putin.
1133. Sending a man to the Moon and finding Osama Bin Laden cost the US government about the same amount of time and money. Ten years and $100 billion.
1134. In 1978, a woman in Prague decided to end her life after finding out her husband was cheating. She walked to the balcony of her apartment and jumped, but she didn’t hit the ground, she landed & crushed her husband who was returning home. He died from the impact, she survived.
1135. A Liverpool fan killed himself when his team was 3-0 down in the 2005 Champions League final’s first half against AC Milan. They came back to win the game in the second half.
1136. Queen Victoria took cocaine with Winston Churchill. Queen Victoria’s coterie ordered opium from the royal apothecary. She is also believed to have taken cocaine gum with a young Winston Churchill.
1137. In Jamaica, sex between men is punishable with up to 10 years imprisonment. But lesbian action is allowed.
1138. Two actors have died playing Judas in live Biblical productions by accidentally hanging themselves for real during his death scene.
1139. Possessing Bibles, watching South Korean movies and distributing pornography may be punished with death in North Korea.
1140. In 1998, all 11 members of a soccer team in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Africa, were killed by a bolt of lightning, the other team was left unhurt.
1141. Italian artist Piero Manzoni filled 90 tin cans with his feces, called it Artist’s shit and sold them for up to €124,000 a tin.
1142. The first thing ever bought and sold across the Internet was a bag of marijuana around 1971.
1143. Sympathizing with Kim Jong-un, leader of North Korea, is an illegal act in South Korea. Even blogging can land you in jail.
1144. Ancient Egyptians shaved off their eyebrows to mourn the death of their cats.

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