… and some more random facts (part two)

Buckle up, folks. It’s time for some more random facts, as I promised there would be more in yesterday’s post. Again, these facts come from bestlifeonline.com.

  • “Fingernails don’t grow after you die.
  • Pigeons can tell the difference between a painting by Monet and Picasso.
  • Chewing gum boosts concentration.
  • The first computer was invented in the 1940s.
  • Space smells like seared steak.
  • The longest wedding veil was the same length as 63.5 football fields.
  • The unicorn is the national animal of Scotland.
  • Bees sometimes sting other bees.
  • Kids ask 300 questions a day.
  • The total weight of ants on earth once equaled the total weight of people.
  • The healthiest place in the world is in Panama.
  • A pharaoh once lathered his slaves in honey to keep bugs away from him.
  • Showers really do spark creativity.
  • Playing the accordion was once required for teachers in North Korea.
  • Pro baseball once had women players.
  • Koalas have fingerprints.
  • Humans are just one of the estimated 8.7 million species on Earth.
  • Riding a roller coaster could help you pass a kidney stone.
  • Chinese police use geese squads.
  • Napoleon was once attacked by thousands of rabbits.
  • Pigs are constitutionally protected in Florida.
  • Some planets produce diamond rain.
  • Sharks can live for five centuries.
  • The Bermuda Triangle isn’t any more likely to cause a mysterious disappearance than anywhere else.
  • You can sneeze faster than a cheetah can run.
  • Saudi Arabia imports camels from Australia.
  • Cows kill more Americans each year than sharks do.
  • Newborns don’t have kneecaps.
  • France has a dozen time zones.
  • The majority of Americans choose dogs over love.
  • Your liver can regrow itself in three weeks.
  • A 70-year-old woman once completed seven marathons in seven days, across all seven continents.
  • Shaq only ever made one three-pointer,” the web page states.

I hope you enjoy reading these as much as I have.

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