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4 days ago
After octopuses breed, they develop dementia. They then live the rest of their lives in this confused, seemingly lost state, with apparently no knowledge of previous events.
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In 2001, the island country of Niue featured Pikachu and other Pokemon on their currency.
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Sloths can swim three times faster than they can move on land. They can also hold their breath for up to 40 minutes.
5 days ago
In 1961, the only surgeon in the Soviet Antarctic Expedition, Leonid Rogozov, removed his own inflamed appendix under local anesthesia.
5 days ago
There's a man named Raffi Stepanian who mines diamonds and gold from New York City sidewalks, making over $600 in one week.
5 days ago
There's a wife-carrying championship that takes place in Finland every year where the winner receives his wife's weight in beer.
5 days ago
Pillow hugging while sleeping is a subconscious indication that you miss someone.
6 days ago
In the 80s, a Japanese director released gore movies that were so realistic, he was investigated by the police and had to prove that no one was actually murdered.
6 days ago
Dolly Parton once entered anonymously into a "Dolly Parton lookalike contest", but lost to a drag queen.
7 days ago
Robin Williams was reportedly an avid gamer who played games such as Call of Duty, Zelda, Portal, and Battlestations Pacific. His daughter Zelda was named after the video game.
7 days ago
After being in captivity for 23 years, the orca from Free Willy, Keiko, was set free in 2002. Weeks later, he appeared at a Norwegian fjord apparently seeking human contact and even gave rides to children on his back.
7 days ago
In 2008, a beach was stolen in Jamaica. The 500 truckloads of sand remain missing to this day.
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