The youngest Pope in history
The youngest Pope in history was Pope Benedict IX who was 11 years old at the time of election. He is also the only person to have been the Pope more than once.
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According to Greek mythology, the olive tree was given to Athens by the goddess Athena, and Greece is now the world’s third leading producer of olives.
Africa has 54 sovereign countries, the most of any continent.
There are more than 40 million donkeys worldwide. China, Ethiopia,
Pakistan, Egypt, and Mexico have the most donkeys of any area in the
Saint Lucia is the only country in the world named after a woman. It was named after Saint Lucy of Syracuse by the French.
When you interact with AI as a default voice it is mostly a female as studies have shown that both women and men prefer the sound of a female voice.
The fastest recorded sprinting speed of a horse was 88 kph (55 mph). Most gallop at around 44 kph or 27 mph.
There are iron meteorites and stony meteorites. Iron meteorites have a
typical composition of 91% iron, 8.5% nickel and 0.5% cobalt. Stony
meteorites on the other hand have 36% oxygen, 26% iron, 18% silicon, 14%
magnesium, 1.5% aluminum, 1.4% nickel and 1.3% calcium.
In Denmark, there are twice as many pigs as there are people.
Human tongue is made up of eight interwoven muscles, similar in structure to an elephant’s trunk or an octopus’s tentacle.