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Approximately 40,000 people are bitten by cats in the U.S. annually.
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The Buddha commonly depicted in statues and pictures is a different person entirely. The real Buddha was actually incredibly skinny because of self-deprivation.
A self learning super computer named Nautilus can predict the future, and it became famous when it was able to locate Osama Bin Laden.
Every bee colony has its own distinct scent so that members can identify each other.
Coffee has been an important staple of Austrians since the Turks were forced to retreat in the 17th century and left behind an enormous amount of coffee beans. Coffee houses have become iconic as gathering places for shoppers, businessmen, students, and workers alike. The daily coffee break, known as “jause” usually takes place around 3 in the afternoon when cakes and pastries are also enjoyed.
Although asteroids are believed to be smaller objects, scientists
believe that there are nearing 200 asteroids that are known to be larger
than 100 km in diameter.
Jellyfish Lake in the Philippines contains more than 13 million jellyfish.
There have been many ideas suggested as ways to avoid the unlikely but
potentially devastating impact of an asteroid collision with Earth,
these include using nuclear explosions to break the asteroid into
smaller pieces or other weapons to deflect it off course.
In Japan, black cats are considered good luck charms or omens of good luck.
Ducks are curious and friendly creatures they have been domesticated as
pets and farm animals for more than 500 years. All domestic ducks are
descended from either the Mallard or the Muscovy duck.
A cat can’t climb head first down a tree because every claw on a cat’s
paw points the same way. To get down from a tree, a cat must back down.