Iguanas have two penises.
Eighty percent of millionaires drive secondhand cars.
Ancient Rome had rent-a-chariot businesses.
"Fraternity" was once a term used by thieves to describe themselves.
Australians are the heaviest gamblers in the world.
"Menophobia" is the fear of menstruation.
Seven percent of Americans think Elvis is still alive.
The mass of the Sun is about two trillion, trillion, trillion tons.
Every hamster in the U.S. today comes from a single litter captured in Syria in 1930.
Picasso's full name was Pablo Diego Jose Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno Maria de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santisima Trinidad Ruiz Picasso.
According to the polls, the most disliked animal in the world is the snake.
In 1916, Georgia Tech's football team beat Cumberland University 222 to 0.
The American Automobile Association (AAA) was founded with the sole purpose of warning drivers about police speed traps.
A group of peacocks is called an "ostentation."
The name of the Wicked Witch of the West's head winged monkey in The Wizard of Oz was named Nikko.
Elephant trunks can hold four gallons of water.
India is also known as Bharat. Bharat was the name of an ancient Hindu king.
The average age of Forbes magazine's 400 wealthiest individuals is 63.
In Vermont, the ratio of cows to people is 10-to-1.
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