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1.   Goats have rectangular pupils.

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2.   99% of all wasabi sold in the U.S. is fake.

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3.   Pteronophobia is the fear of being tickled by feathers.

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4.   Doctor Paul Locus of Henry County Medical Center in Paris, Tennessee, dressed as the Joker from the Batman movie Dark Knight during a delivery procedure on October 31, 2017. Doctor Locus safely delivered baby Oaklyn Selph.

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5.   Warner Brothers cancelled "Home Alone" production because they didn't want to spend $14.7 million on it. Production continued with 20th Century Fox, and the film eventually grossed $476 million.

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6.   Elvis Presley was naturally blonde.

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7.   Patu Digua from Colombia is the smallest spider with a body length of less than 0.37 mm (0.015 in).

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8.   Andrew Jackson's pet parrot got kicked out of his funeral for cursing.

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9.   According to the researchers at the Rovira i Virgili University in Spain, Eating nuts increases sperm count and improves sperm vitality, motility and morphology.

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10.   The green ink used by the United States Treasury in printing money was invented at McGill University in Montreal, Canada in 1857, by Thomas Sterry Hunt.

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11.   Hummingbird sex only lasts from 3 to 5 seconds.

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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.   The first eight-packs of Crayola in 1903 were sold door-to-door for a nickel.

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14.   Sarpa salpa is a species of sea bream fish that can cause hallucinations when eaten.

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15.   One in every 2,000 to 3,000 babies is born with a tooth. These are called natal teeth.

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