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1.   In Australia, there's an island called "Sudden Jerk Island."

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2.   Jonathan, a Seychelles giant tortoise, is the oldest land animal in the world. He is believed to have been born in around 1832, making him 188 years old in 2020.

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3.   Did you know that there are more microorganisms in a teaspoon of healthy soil than people on Earth?

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4.   After 44 years, a man paid his overdue parking ticket to the Minersville, Pennsylvania Police Department. He felt guilty and paid $5 instead of the $2 fine. The fine was due in 1974. Aside from the fine, he included an apology letter.

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5.   Graham crackers were originally intended to help people cut down on their sexual urges.

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6.   TASER is an acronym for Thomas A. Swift Electronic Rifle.

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7.   The earliest recorded use of LOL was in the 1960s to mean 'little old lady.'

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8.   The word "fossil" comes from the Latin word fossus, meaning "having been dug up."

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9.   Muhammad Ali once fought Superman in a match and won.

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10.   Approximately 50% of all the gold ever mined on Earth came from a single plateau in Witwatersrand in South Africa.

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11.   In 1986, One year after Steve Jobs resigned as chairman, Apple released a clothing line called "The Apple Collection," a line of Apple-branded clothing, accessories, and lifestyle items.

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12.   Snake skin is made from keratin, the same stuff your hair and nail is made from.

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13.   Professional sumo wrestlers are not allowed to drive.

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14.   The dinosaur noises in Jurassic Park were made using recordings of a tortoise having sex.

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15.   In October 2015, United Airlines staff just watched a man with Cerebral Palsy crawl off one of their flights.

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