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Australia Facts

Australia Facts

Australia Facts Lake Hillier in Australia is a bright pink color and scientists aren’t sure why. In Australia, there are more kangaroos than people. The city of Melbourne, Australia, used to be called Batmania. In 1967, Australia’s Prime Minister went to the beach for a swim and was never seen again. The SEX Party in …

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Antarctica facts

Antarctica facts

Antarctica Facts Antarctica is the largest desert in the world. The coldest place on Earth is a high ridge in Antarctica where temperatures can dip below -133°F (-93.2°C). Antarctica is the only continent without reptiles. Some parts of Antarctica have had no rain or snow for the last 2 million years. There is a waterfall …

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Abortion Facts

Abortion Facts

Abortion Facts 1.2 million women have an abortion in the U.S. every year. 51% of people surveyed in the U.S. say Abortion should be legal in all or most cases. 37% of all pregnancies in New York City end in abortion. Every year, about a million girl fetuses are aborted and tens of thousands of …

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Africa facts

Africa facts

Africa Facts Africa is larger than China, USA, India, Mexico and a big part of Europe combined. Europe and Africa are only separated by 14.3 km (8.9 mi) of ocean and there are talks of creating the longest bridge ever. Africa is home to the world’s largest living land animal, the African elephant, and the …

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Alcohol Facts

Alcohol Facts

Alcohol Facts It only takes 6 minutes for brain cells to react to alcohol. Alcohol kills one person every 10 seconds worldwide. Alcohol is not digested; it gets absorbed directly into the bloodstream. About one-third of designated drivers have at least one drink while carrying the title. 48% of the world’s population older than 15 …

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Ancient Rome Facts

Ancient Rome Facts

Ancient Rome Facts Ancient Romans celebrated “Saturnalia”, a festival in which slaves and their masters would switch places. The inhabitants of ancient Rome had a sewer goddess, a toilet god, and a god of excrement. Ancient Romans used a sponge on a stick to clean themselves after pooping, and shared it with everyone. Flamingo tongues …

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