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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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Argentina Facts

Argentina Facts

Argentina Facts The name “Argentina” comes from the Latin word for silver, argentum. The original European settlers believed the country was full of silver. In 1913, Argentina was the world’s 10th wealthiest nation per capita. Now it’s the 54th. Argentina has dropped 13 zeroes off their currency since 1970, a factor of ten trillion. Between …

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Animals facts

Animals facts

Animals Facts Looking at cute animal pictures at work can make you more productive, a study claims. 80% of all animals on earth are Insects. Small Animals Sense Time Slower Than Humans. Animals react to social pressure much as humans do, a study concluded. A “Panther” isn’t a real animal. It’s actually a term used …

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Atomic Bomb facts

Atomic Bomb Facts

Atomic Bomb Facts Hiroshima and Nagasaki are not radioactive anymore mostly because the bombs didn’t touch the ground but were detonated in the air. A Japanese man survived both the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombings during WW2. A survivor of Hiroshima’s atomic bombing went to Boston in 1951 and won the Marathon. Fat Man was …

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