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16.   Bolivia has 37 official languages

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17.   99% of all wasabi sold in the U.S. is fake.

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18.   It’s illegal to chew gum in Singapore.

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19.   Detroit gave Saddam Hussein a key to the city in 1980.

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20.   President John Adams dog was named Satan.

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21.   The first-ever 3D feature film was called The Power of Love and premiered in 1922 in Los Angeles.

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22.   Marie Elisabeth Jean Elmes saved at least 200 Jewish children during the Holocaust by hiding them in the trunk of her car.

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23.   Olympic gold medals only contain 1.34% of gold.

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24.   A group of clams is called a bed.

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25.   An immurement is a form of imprisonment in which a person is placed within enclosed tight confinement, such as a coffin. The prisoner is left to die from starvation or dehydration. This type of imprisonment was practiced in Mongolia as recently as the early 20th century.

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26.   That distinctive crayon smell of Crayola crayons comes from beef fat.

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27.   Pandiculation is stretching and yawning at the same time.

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28.   A duel between three people is called a truel.

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29.   In 1882, the New York Times reported a woman’s eyeball popped out after sneezing.

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30.   Roughly 725 species of venomous snakes worldwide, only 250 can kill a human with one bite.

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