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1. You may have noticed that artificial banana-flavored foods don’t taste like real bananas. This is because the artificial flavor is based on a banana that was wiped out by disease in the 1950s.

2. There are over 10,000 beaches in Australia. So if you want to visit 1 beach every day, you have to spend 27 years of your life.


3. It was Nicolas Cage who advised Johnny Depp to pursue an acting career in the mid-1980s.


4. The national animal of Scotland is the Unicorn.


5. The directors of Despicable Me have created a new language exclusive to minions.


6. The honorary mayor of Talkeetna, Alaska, is Stubbs, who has ruled the city since July 1997. But the strange thing is that Stubbs is a cat.


7. The Nazis were the first community in modern history to start an anti-tobacco and anti-tobacco movement.


8. Since sloths love to live in wet and damp places, sometimes moss and similar plants grow in their hair. In addition, animals do not see well. These two factors can sometimes cause a sloth to fall and die, mistaking it for a branch and holding on to its own hand.


9. There is an uninhabited island in the Bahamas known as Pig Beach, where swimming pigs live.


10. American College; considers some students taking courses in pistol shooting, archery, sailing and fencing as certified “pirates”.


11. Do you know why nocturnal insects like moths come out into the light? One theory is that before humans invented artificial lighting, these insects followed moonlight so they could compare the light we use to it.


12. In the early 1900s, the lobster was associated with poverty, as it was considered the “sea cockroach.” That is why the homeless, slaves and prisoners often ate lobster.


13. Papua New Guinea is home to one of the few poisonous birds in the world, the hooded pitohui.


14. Jeffrey Katzenberg was a director who worked at the Walt Disney Studios. He has produced several major projects such as The Little Mermaid, The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin. However, he was fired from Disney for asking for a raise. He then swore revenge on the studio and founded DreamWorks Studios.


15. On one of the islands off the west coast of Australia, they found a bright pink Lake Hillier! While Hillier isn’t the only colorful lake in the world, it’s considered unique because scientists still haven’t figured out why it’s that color.


16. In 1969, a musician named Jim Sullivan recorded an album called “UFO”, which had strange words about his separation from his family and alien abduction. Six years later, the musician disappeared without a trace. The only evidence left of him was his abandoned car on a deserted road.


17. In the third episode of Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith, each of the clone troopers was created using CGI (computer-generated imagery).


18. The safety of some pistols in America can be controlled using a smartphone or tablet.


19. Scientists managed to create a human tooth from scratch using stem cells from urine in China in 2013.


20. Christine McCallum from Australia held the record for growing the world’s largest pineapple in 2011. The pineapple was 32 cm long and weighed 8.28 kg!

On July 28, 2013, the 21st MMORPG Eve Online hosted the world’s largest online space battle. The game lasted over five hours, and four thousand players took part in it!

22. The first business computer was used in the 1950s by the British company Lyons.

23. Surgeons who played video games for at least 3 hours a week worked 27% faster and made 37% fewer mistakes.

24. The word “quarantine” comes from the Italian word “quaranta giorni”, meaning “forty days” in the Venetian dialect. When ships were attacked by plague rats, they waited outside the Venetian walls for forty days before landing. This is where the root of the word comes from.

25. Approximately 1,000,000 dogs in the United States are inherited by will of owners.

26. “If the music doesn’t work, you can be a haircut,” a journalist said in an interview with Taylor Swift in 2005. Seven years later, the same woman met him again and apologized for what he had said.

27. In 2012, Taliban commander Mohammed Ashan learned that there would be a $100 reward for surrendering to the authorities and turned himself in to collect the reward.

28. In 2012, doctors in Canada managed to communicate with a man in a vegetative state. Scott Routley, who was in a coma, was able to use his thoughts to tell the doctors that he was not in pain.

29. Liechtenstein has an extremely low crime rate. According to a police officer working there, not a single murder has been committed in Liechtenstein since the late 1990s!

30. One study found that if a store smells like chocolate, shoppers are 3.48 times more likely to read romance novels and 5.93 times more likely to buy them.

31. Sonic the Hedgehog is in the Guinness Book of Records as the fastest game character.

32. More gender reassignment surgeries are performed in Iran than in any other country in the world. According to official statistics, there are between 15,000 and 20,000 transgender people living in Iran, but unofficial statistics show that the number is around 150,000!

33. In 2011, Chinese surgeons removed the rusty 10 cm tip of a broken knife from a man’s skull! Four years ago, a thief stabbed a man in the lower jaw, the blade broke and stuck in his head. So a piece of the blade lay there for 4 years!

34. “Day to put a pillow in the refrigerator” is celebrated on May 29 in Europe and the United States and supposedly brings good luck and abundance to the house.

35. In early 2013, guards at a POW camp in the Komi region of Russia caught a cat climbing over a fence and carrying a mobile phone, charger and battery into the prison.

36. The scars that form on the body of people after a lightning strike are called a “lightning tree” or “lightning flower”. It is caused by the rupture of sensitive capillaries under the skin from an electric shock.

37. In 1940, in Bordeaux, France, the Portuguese diplomat Aristides de Sousa Mendes issued about 30,000 Portuguese visas to Jewish families fleeing Nazi persecution. After his superiors learned of his actions, Mendez was ordered back to Portugal and was fired. Sousa Mendes died in poverty and obscurity in 1954.

38. On May 23, 2012, the American nuclear submarine USS Miami is beyond repair as a result of a fire. While it was unclear when this fire started, employee Casey J. Fury later admitted that he started the fire to “leave work early.” For this, he was sentenced to 17 years in prison and ordered to pay $400 million in damages.

39. The tea bag was invented by accident. In 1908, tea merchant Thomas Sullivan distributed samples of tea to customers by placing them in small silk bags. Customers drank tea by throwing it into hot water, not realizing that this was an example, and passed out!

40. The Dachshund (also known as the Sausage Dog) was originally bred to hunt in low, narrow badger burrows. In fact, the term “dachshund” in German means “badger dog”.

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