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World's Largest Swimming Pool
The world’s largest swimming pool can be found at the San Alfonso del Mar resort in Chile. The pool is 1,013 m (3,324 ft) long, has a maximum depth of 35 m, and even has sailing boats.
Thomas Edison and Morse Code
Thomas Edison taught his second wife Morse code so they could communicate in secret by tapping into each other’s hands when her family was around.
The Sprout pencil is a plantable pencil that contains a seed inside. When it's too short to use, you can plant it and watch it grow herbs and vegetables.
Alexander Selkirk, a Scottish sailor, was left stranded on a deserted island in 1704, but survived for over 4 years, partly by using feral cats to protect him from ravenous rats that attacked during the night.
The Real Caterpie
There's a caterpillar that looks like Caterpie from Pokémon.
2.8 Million One Pennies
In 1987, an 18-year-old freshman named Mike Hayes funded his education by asking 2.8 million people for one penny.
There's an island in the Bahamas called Big Major Cay (or Pig Beach), which is only inhabited by swimming pigs.
Music and Productivity
Listening to music while working helps to create a positive mood, and helps you to become more productive.