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16.   A man who survived a jump from the Golden Gate Bridge in an attempt to take his own life was saved by a sea lion who kept him afloat until rescuers could reach him.

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17.   The Eternal Fire of Baba Gurgur was a natural gas vent that is estimated to have been burning for over 4,000 years.

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18.   Wilton Norman Chamberlain claimed to have slept with as many as 20,000 women.

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19.   In 1673, New York was briefly named "New Orange."

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20.   Every cruise ship required to have both body bags and a morgue.

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21.   The first recorded sighting of an unidentified flying object (UFO) was in 1440 BC in ancient Egypt, according to hieroglyphs.

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22.   People with auto-brewery syndrome can get drunk from consuming a high carbohydrate diet.

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23.   Oysters change their sex up to four times a year.

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24.   A 'murdermonger' is a person who commits or incites murder.

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25.   White chocolate contains no chocolate.

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26.   According to the Military Times analysis, the US military spends $41.6 million annually on Viagra alone, five times the estimated spending on transition-related medical care for transgender troops.

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27.   You could fit all the planets in the solar system between the earth and the moon.

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28.   Betty Lou Oliver holds the Guinness World Record for the longest fall survived in a lift(elevator). She survived a plunge of 75 stories (1,000 ft) in a lift in the Empire State Building on July 28, 1945.

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29.   The world’s oldest hotel has been operating since 705 AD.

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30.   The Flintstones lasted 30 years as the most profitable cartoon franchise until The Simpsons came along in late 1989, outlasted it.

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