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Water going down a plughole will go anti-clockwise in the Northern hemisphere, and clockwise in the Southern
Baseball's World Series is so named because it was originally sponsored by the New York World newspaper
A US penny costs more than 1 cent to mint
Each person swallows, on average, 8 spiders per year
You can still receive the death penalty in the UK for high treason or piracy
The name 'Heroin' was originally a trademark for the drug's legal sale
Birmingham (UK) has more canals than Venice
Chris De Burgh picked only his own records to take with him to a desert island on radio show 'Desert Island Discs'
Butterflies taste with their feet
Just before his death on the HMS Victory, Lord Nelson said to the ship's captain 'Kismet, Hardy', meaning 'fate'
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The numbers on a roulette wheel add up to 666
Fashion designer Hugo Boss made uniforms for the Nazis
Goats have roughly rectangular pupils
Fanta was created during WWII in Nazi Germany
David Bowie's eyes are different colours
Monkee Mike Nesmith's mother invented liquid paper
The Great Wall of China is the only man-made object visible from the moon
Bugs Bunny voice actor Mel Blanc was allergic to carrots
The word golf originated as an acronym for 'Gentlemen Only, Ladies Forbidden'
Most humans only use about 10% of their brains

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