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1.   Mary Mallon was the first person in the United States identified as an asymptomatic carrier of the pathogen associated with typhoid fever.

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2.   In 2009, a vigilante group in Nigeria arrested a goat on suspicion of attempted armed robbery.

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3.   Roman empire used human urine to clean and whiten their teeth.

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4.   Lake Baikal in Russia is the world's deepest lake at 5,387 ft and the oldest at 25-30 million years.

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5.   Codenamed Operation Neptune and often referred to as D-Day was the largest seaborne invasion in history.

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6.   Antimatter is the most valuable substance in the world at $100 trillion per gram

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7.   The world’s largest jigsaw puzzle with the most pieces has 551,232 pieces.

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8.   Elephant Shrews are more closely related to elephants than shrews.

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9.   No more than two flies are allowed by law in any public toilet in China.

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10.   A single strand of Spaghetti is called a “Spaghetto."

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11.   The name of the shape of Pringles is called a "Hyperbolic Paraboloid."

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12.   In November of 2015, Pope Francis released an album called Wake Up that features his prayers and speeches set to pop, rock, and classical music.

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13.   A woman got fired after donating her kidney to her boss.

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14.   George Gordon Byron was known simply as Lord Byron who kept a tame bear while he was a student at trinity.

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15.   On August 4, 1914, Great Britain declared war on Germany, bringing Canada into the First World War.

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