6550. Fact
In Winston-Salem, North Carolina, it is against the law for children under seven years of age to go to college.

6551. Fact
The hair of men's beards are about as strong as copper wire of the same dimensions.

6552. Fact
One in every 9000 people is an albino.

6553. Fact
The average adult guinea pig weighs 2 pounds.

6554. Fact
Saffron, made from the dried stamens of cultivated crocus flowers, is the most expensive cooking spice.

6555. Fact
God is not mentioned once in the book of Esther.

6556. Fact
If you spray an antiseptic spray on a polar bear, its fur will turn purple

6557. Fact
Ancient Chinese artists would never paint pictures of women's feet.

6558. Fact
The numbers 111 222 333 444 555 666 777 888 999 are all multiples of 37.

6559. Fact
Orville Wright was involved in the first aircraft accident. His passenger, a Frenchman, was killed.

6560. Fact
Olives, which grow on trees, were first cultivated 5,000 years ago in Syria

6561. Fact
In the 1800s, the Chinese believed that strangling a man was less sever a punishment than beheading because the body would not be permanently disfigured.

6562. Fact
The name Snickers for the popular candy bar was named after a horse that the Mars family owned

6563. Fact
The first museum in Moscow that was set up in 1791 was the Natural History Laboratory at Moscow University. This later was changed to the Zoological Museum

6564. Fact
Researchers have discovered that women adjust their menstrual cycles when exposed to the scent of a male underarm.

6565. Fact
Not all polar bears hibernate; only pregnant females polar bears do

6566. Fact
Many people in parts of China eat insects. Some common insects are bean worms, scoprions, and locusts.

6567. Animal Facts
A shark can taste blood over a kilometre (about half a mile) away.

6568. Fact
There are more than 250,000 rivers in the United States, which amounts to 3.5 million miles of rivers

6569. Fact
The flag of the Philippines is the only national flag that is flown differently during times of peace or war. A portion of the flag is blue, while the other is red. The blue portion is flown on top in time of peace and the red portion is flown in war time.

6570. Fact
Polar bears can eat as much as ten percent of their body weight in less than one hour

6571. Fact
Owls are one of the only birds who can see the color blue.

6572. Animal Facts
A mosquito can drink one and a half times its own weight in blood at a single meal.Yuk!

6573. Fact
In 1892, Italy raised the minimum age for marriage for girls to 12.

6574. Fact
The first programme shown on BBC2 was Play School

6575. Fact
There was a time in Japan where a wife being left handed was a ground for divorce

6576. Fact
Canadian researchers have found that Einstein's brain was 15% wider than normal.

6577. Fact
A word or sentence that is the same front and back (racecar, kayak) is called a palindrome.

6578. Animal Facts
Bone-eating zombie worms live on the decaying bodies of dead whales. They have no gut, but bore deeply into the bones. Microbes inside the worms digest chemicals sucked out of the bones.

6579. Fact
Only 15% of men shave their privates.

6580. Fact
There are about 450 types of cheese in the world. 240 come from France.

6581. Fact
Before 1928, yo-yos used to be called bandalores in the United States

6582. Fact
Pamela Lee-Anderson was the first to be born in Canada on the centennial anniversary of Canada's independence (7/1/1967).

6583. Fact
In 1681, the last dodo bird died

6584. Fact
There is a flower called the Scarlet Pimpernel that can forecast the weather. If the flower is closed up, rain is coming and if it is opened up, the day will be sunny. It is a.k.a 'the poor man's weatherglass'

6585. Fact
Japan uses the most energy per year than any other country.

6586. Fact
Two million red blood cells die every second

6587. Fact
At any one time, there are 100 million phone conversations going on in the United States.

6588. Fact
The revolving door was invented in 1888, by Theophilus Van Kannel.

6589. Fact
Rutherford Hayes became U.S. President by one vote.

6590. Fact
Due to eating habits in the USA, one in three children born in the year 2000 have a chance of getting type II diabetes

6591. Fact
28% of Africa is classified as wilderness. In North America, it's 38%.

6592. Fact
Romans used to believe that walnuts could cure head ailments during the Renaissance, since their shape was similar to that of a brain

6593. Fact
Hamsters love to eat crickets.

6594. Fact
The US federal income tax was first enacted in 1862 to support the Union's Civil War effort. It was eliminated in 1872, revived in 1894 then declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court the following year. In 1913, the 16th Amendment to the Constitution made the income tax a permanent fixture in the US tax system.

6595. Fact
The largest type of penguin is the Emperor Penguin which can stand to be almost 3.5 feet tall and weigh more than 90 pounds

6596. Animal Facts
If a rat didn't keep chewing, its lower teeth would eventually grow through its top jaw and up into the roof of its mouth.

6597. Fact
99% of pumpkins that are sold are sold for decoration

6598. Fact

6600. Fact
Wild Bill Hickok was killed playing poker, holding two pairs aces and eights, which has become known as "Dead Man's Hand."



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