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These facts will below your mind

I know we love to know new crazy things auspiciously. Even if we can’t rely upon them but for the general knowledge we love to recover new things in our own created dictionary as brain. So below are some of the crazy and amazing facts that you will love to know and amaze. P.s you will try them too, if you would ever get a chance to do them. So just have the glimpse over the blowing facts that are ridiculous to know.

-You know Australia have 10,000 beaches. So if you visit them all one by one daily then it will take your 27 years to discover the slaying beaches.

-In the month of June, every year a bizarre festival takes place in the village of Castrillo de Murcia in Spain near Burgos during which men dress up like devil and jump over babies born in the previous twelve months of the year! This custom is known as EI Colacho which is the part of the countrywide Corpus Christi celebrations that only happens in this small village.

-It is assumed that the night insects, such as moths are attracted to light because they mistake them for the light of the moon, which they used to navigate the Earth, before man made an artificial light.

-In 1900’s, Lobster was considered the cockroach of the ocean and was considered synonymous with poor as it used to be eaten by homeless, prisoners and slaves regularly, but after World War II that poor Lobster became delicious food that was later become associated with aristocratic class.

-Jeffrey Katzenberg revived The Walt Disney studio as a producer by producing some of the biggest hits film/cartoon like The Little Mermaid, The Lion King, Aladdin and Beauty and the Beast. After producing these films, he asked for the promotion on which he was abruptly fired by them. But later he swore revenge against Disney and founded DreamWorks Studios.

-In modern history Nazis were the first people to start tobacco movement and antismoking.

-Unicorn is the national animal of Scotland.

-The film Despicable Me directors actually wrote their own language for the Minions called Minionise.

-Lake Hillier is one of the island found off the West-Coast of Australia. It is of bright, bubble-gum pink color lake! It is the only colored lake in the world even the scientist have not determined what causes it to be such bright pink.

-The first toy to be advertised on TV was Mr Potato Head.

-Dual between three people is called a truel.

-Snails have 14000 teeth and some can even kill you!

- You know television was invented exactly after two years the invention of sliced bread.

-Buddhas are the eight of the ten largest statues in the world.

-In Canada, a silver coin with Superman on the head side was made in 2015 as a legal tender. There was only 350,000 produced.

-Tigers have striped skin not just striped fur. The stripes are like fingerprints and no two tigers have the same pattern.

-Ketchup originated in China as a boiled-down brine of pickled fish and spices called ‘ke-chiap’.

-If you die in Amsterdam with no next of kin, and no friends or family to prepare funeral or mourn over the body, a poet will write a poem for you and recite it at your funeral.

-The collars on men’s dress shirts used to be detachable. This was to save on laundry costs as the collar was the part that needed cleaning the most frequently.

-Both Nicholas Cage and Michael Jackson shared the same wife, Elvis Presley’s daughter, Lisa Marie Presley.

-Rowan Atkinson – also known as Mr. Bean – is the voice of Zazu in The Lion King.

-The “I’m Feeling Lucky” feature in Google search actually cost Google $110 million a year, as 1% of all searches use this feature and bypass all advertising.

-The most popular item at Walmart is bananas. They sell more bananas than any other single item they have in stock.

-In 2005, Mark Zuckerberg unsuccessfully tried to sell Facebook for $75 million. Back then it was called TheFacebook.

-Some areas in Scotland and Japan switched to BLUE street lights at night, and saw a decrease in crime & suicide rates.

-Elephants make friends, bury their dead, travel for ‘funerals’, speak to each other, and show extreme intelligence.

-The Boston Marathon didn’t allow female runners until 1972.

-When watermelons are grilled or baked, they lose their granular texture and can even be used as meat substitute, a ‘watermelon steak’.

-Some cat breeds (called ‘puppy cats’) are bred specifically to exhibit dog-like behavior.

-“Bluetooth” technology was named after a 10 th century king, King Harald Bluetooth. He united Denmark and Norway – just like the wireless technology united computers and cell phones.

-All dogs are banned from Antarctica since April 1994. This ban was made because of concern that dogs might spread diseases to seals.

-Banks have therapists known as ‘wealth psychologist’ who help ultra-rich clients, who are unable to mentally cope with their immense wealth.

-The Flintstones was the most profitable network cartoon franchise for 30 years, that’s before The Simpsons came along.

-The brain is our fattiest organ, being composed of nearly 60% fat.

-Restaurants can sing ‘Happy Birthday’ now because the copyrights claims are now invalid. Judge George H. King ruled that a copyright filed in 1935, granted only the rights to specific piano arrangements of the music, not the song itself.

-Although Australia is home to the largest number of venomous snakes in the world, it averages only one fatal snake bite per year.

-Shoe shops used X-Ray machines to measure shoe sizes in the 1940’s before the risks of X-Rays were fully understood.

-The country of Lichtenstein has an extremely low crime rate, and according to one member of their police there hasn’t been a murder in Lichtenstein since the late 1990’s! Lichtenstein’s entire Police Force consists of 91 officers and 34 civilian staff just – 125 in total.

-The country of Lichtenstein has an extremely low crime rate, and according to one member of their police there hasn’t been a murder in Lichtenstein since the late 1990’s! Lichtenstein’s entire Police Force consists of 91 officers and 34 civilian staff just – 125 in total.

Note: Here are the references from where the amazing facts are fetched up.
https://www.thefactsite.com/2015/04/100-mind-blowing-facts.html/4
https://www.thefactsite.com/2016/06/100-strange-but-true-facts.html/4
 
 
 
 

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