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All the swans in England are property of the Queen.
If you put a raisin in a fresh glass of champagne, it will rise and fall continuously.
The most popular Campbell's Soup in Hong Kong is watercress and duck gizzard.
The largest box of chocolates contained 90,090 Frango mint chocolates and weighed 3,3226 lbs! It was made by Marshall Field's of Chicago on November 14, 2002.
Wine will spoil if exposed to light; hence tinted bottles.
The blueprint for a floating city has just been approved by the largest port construction and design company in China. It's entirely self-sustainable, and extends underwater.
McDonald's serves 75 hamburgers every second, according to the company’s Operations and Training Manual.
The average American/Canadian drinks about 600 sodas a year!
Animals will not eat another animal that has been hit by a lightning strike!
A lion's roar can be heard from more than five miles away.
GTA V achieved $1 billion in sales just 3 days after its launch.
1/3 of Taiwanese funeral processions include a stripper.
The word 'News' is actually an acronym standing for the 4 cardinal compass points - North, East, West, and South!
There are more plastic flamingos in the U.S, than real ones!
The oldest glowing lightbulb was first switched on in 1901 and lives in fire stations in Livermore, CA. It is known as the Centennial Light.
Billions of neutrinos pass unnoticed through your body every second.
Some toothpastes and deodorants contain the same chemicals found in antifreeze.
In the late 1600s, London was plagued by an attacker who would spank his victims with a rod and shout "Spanko!" before running away.
Capt. Robert Campbell, a British officer captured during World War I, was granted leave to visit his dying mother on one condition - that he return to captivity. He kept his word and returned, only to try escaping as soon as he returned.
One in three snake bite victims is drunk. One in five is tatooed.