A group of hippopotami is called a "bloat."
According to surveys, 57 percent of Americans shower every day.
Hugh Hefner has a species of rabbit, the Sylvilagus palustris hefneri, named after him.
The bull's-eye on a dartboard should be exactly 5 feet, 8 inches off the ground.
Teenagers are 50 percent more susceptible to colds than people over 50.
Sir Isaac Newton died a virgin.
Studies have shown that the larger a man's testicles, the more likely it is he'll cheat on his mate.
The consumption of beer in a lavatory is forbidden in Manitoba, Canada.
Elevators and escalators kill about 30 people, and injure about 17,000, each year in the United States.
Mother Teresa's real name was Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu.
In ancient Rome it was considered a sin to eat the flesh of a woodpecker.
Typically, sex between snakes lasts between six and 12 hours.
"Symphorophilia" is sexual arousal derived from arranging a disaster, crash or explosion.
The average American worker uses 11 Post-It notes a day.
There are five cities named Las Vegas in the United States. There are two in Puerto Rico.
The oldest existing governing body is in Althing, Iceland. It was established in 930 A.D.
The band Creedence Clearwater Revival was originally named The Blue Velvets.
Men are twice as likely to contract leprosy as women.
We bail water because the handle of a bucket is called the "bail."
The creature with the most nipples is the tenrac, an insectivore indigenous to Madagascar. The tenrac typically has 22 to 24 nipples.
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