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Researches have found that flossing your teeth can help your memory. Flossing prevents gum disease, which prevents stiff blood vessels, which cause memory issues.
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book character of the same name.
Believe it or not, since 2005, traveling donkeys in Britain have been required to have a passport.
A cat has 244 bones in its entire body—even more than a human, who only has 206 bones.
Pigs appear to have a good sense of direction and have found their way home over great distances.
Cows can see almost 360 degrees. This near-panoramic view lets them watch for predators from all angles. However, they don’t see well straight in front of them so they will typically turn their head to look at you.
Japan has one of the highest average life expectancy rate, average person reaching the age of 84.
Cows can sleep while they’re standing.
It’s a fact that a wild duck can live 20 years or more. The world record
is a Mallard Drake that lived to a ripe old age of 27 years. Domestic
ducks typically live 10-15 years or less in captivity.
The highest mountain in Brazil is the Pico da Neblina (Mist Peak) at 2,994 meters (9,823 feet) above sea level on the frontier with Venezuela.
Jamaica was claimed by Spain after Christopher Columbus landed there in 1494. It then came under English rule in 1655 before gaining independence in 1962.