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1.   At El Diablo restaurant in Lanzarote, uses geothermal heat from a dormant volcano to cook its food.

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2.   The first pair of Nike running shoes was made in a waffle iron.

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3.   In 2016, a man was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after the man threw a live alligator through a restaurant’s drive-through window.

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4.   Peladophobia is the fear of baldness.

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5.   According to Guinness World Records, the longest marriage ever recorded was 86 years and 290 days by a North Carolina couple named Zelmyra and Herbert Fisher. They got married on May 13, 1924, and stayed together until Herbert passed away in 2011 at 105 years old.

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6.   The oldest living organisms on the planet are black corals over 4,265 years old.

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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.   Japan has over 5 million operating vending machines currently within the country. There is approximately 1 vending machine per 23 people, making it the country with the most vending machines per capita in the entire world.

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9.   Ice Age Britons used human skulls as cups.

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10.   Mars does not have a magnetic field.

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11.   Ploitering is pretending to work when your not.

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12.   The oldest animal ever found was a 507-year-old Icelandic clam. It was killed by researchers trying to work out its age.

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13.   Because they are such solitary animals, there is no collective noun for snow leopards (Panthera uncia).

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14.   The Law of Return is an Israeli law which gives Jews the right to come and live Israel and to gain Israeli citizenship.

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15.   Salvator Mundi by Leonardo da Vinci is the most expensive painting ever sold at public auction for $450.3 million.

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