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When members of a choir sing, their heart rates become synchronized along with the melody and rhythm.
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A businessman from Turkey replaced his Villa fence with a long aquarium.
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The blood from a human erection is enough to keep 3 gerbils alive.
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A man in India started planting trees since he’s 16. He is now 50 and lives in his own forest of 1,360 acres housing rhinos, tigers, and elephants.
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In Chile, summer vacation lasts for about 12 weeks. In Ethiopia, vacation is 12 to 15 weeks. Germany however, only has a very short 6 week vacation.
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The Nijo Palace in Kyoto had floors that squeaked like birds when walked upon. Intruder’s positions would be given only thought birds outside were chirping.
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The crayon ranks #18 on the list of most recognizable scents, according to a study done by Yale University.
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One of the main reasons we have summer vacations was that in urban areas, schools feared spread of disease in hot, crowded schoolrooms and gave children summer off.
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Researcher shows seahorses flirt with as many as 25 potential partners a day, and about 37% of sexual encounters are same-sex acts.
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The world’s largest swimming pool is 1,013 meters long. Its deepest end reaches 115ft and it holds 66 million gallons of water.
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The Wizard of Oz was published on September 3, 1900.
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Tickling was a form of torture used in several ancient cultures, because it left no mark and recovery was quick.
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There is a company that converts the cremated remains of your love ones into a hourglass.
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Nicolas Cage and his cat once took magic mushrooms together.
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In WWII. Hungarian soldier Paul Kern was shot in the frontal lobe, making him unable to fall asleep. He lived for years afterwards, and no one knows how.
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The first webcam was used in 1991 by Cambridge researchers for checking the coffee pot without leaving their desks.
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A bald eagle lost her beak after being shot in the face by hunters. Engineers designed for her a 3D printed prosthetic.
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A species of soft-shelled turtle can pee through their mouths.
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James Harrison, a man whose blood contains a rare antigen that can cure Rhesus disease, has donated a record of over 1000 times and saved almost 2 million lives.
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Oscar Wilde and his friends came up with the word “dude”. It came from “duds” and “attitude”.
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