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39 Surprisingly Weird Facts You’ll Need To Know

There’s no doubt that the world is a weird place. You may be surprised when you read these facts. In fact, you might think they sound totally false, but trust us, they’re totally true! We bet you will be mind blown.

#1 87 days is the longest time between two twins being born.

#2 In Japan, in Susami Bay, there is the world’s deepest postbox and it is 10 meters underwater.

#3 An American man named Corey Taylor tried to fake his own death in order to get out of his cell phone contract without paying a fee but it didn’t work.

#4 In a cesspit at Dudley Castle, they found the oldest condoms ever that date back to the 1640s and were made from animal and fish intestines.

#5 It was in 1923 when Jockey Frank Hayes won a race at Belmont Park in New York despite being dead. He suffered a heart attack mid-race, but his body stayed in the saddle until his horse crossed the line for a 20–1 outsider victory.

#6 Just like fingerprints, everyone has a unique tongue print.

#7 Most of the muppets are left-handed Because most Muppeteers are right-handed, so they operate the head with their favored hand.

#8 Do you believe that Female kangaroos have three vaginas?

#9 The shortest war in history lasted 38 minutes.

#10 The tongue of a blue whale can weigh as much as an elephant.

#11 The Sardinian cheese Casu marzu contains live maggots and can jump up to five inches out of cheese while you’re eating it.

#12 A whale is the loneliest creature on Earth. He has been calling out for a mate for over two decades but because of his high-pitched voice which is so different from other, whales never respond.

#13 The spikes on the end of a stegosaurus’ tail are known among paleontologists as the “thagomizer” — a term coined by cartoonist Gary Larson in a 1982 Far Side drawing.

#14 In World War II, the crew of the British submarine HMS Trident kept a fully grown reindeer called Pollyanna aboard their vessel for six weeks. (it was a gift from the Russians).

#15 By using its eyes to swallow its prey. The northern leopard frog uses them to help push food down its throat by retracting them into its head.

#16 Buzz Aldrin is the first man to urinate on the moon, shortly after stepping onto the lunar surface.

#17 The Iguana has three eyes. It has two normal eyes and the third eye on top of their head that only perceives brightness.

#18 Studies show that male rhesus macaque monkeys will pay to look at pictures of female rhesus macaques’ bottoms.

#19 The man who has the longest beard in the world died in 1567 after he tripped over his beard running away from a fire.

#20 The Dance Fever of 1518 lasted for a month-long in Strasbourg, in which hundreds of people danced for about a month for no apparent reason. Many of them danced themselves to death.

#21 The name of the man who invented the smiley was Vladimir Nabokov.

#22 We don’t sneeze in our sleep due to our brain shutting down the reflex.

#23 There is a village called the Dutch village of Giethoorn that has no roads; its buildings are only connected entirely by canals and footbridges.

#24 The Fugates of Troublesome Creek is a family of people with blue skin lived in Kentucky for many generations. They have gained their blue skin through a combination of inbreeding and a rare genetic condition known as methemoglobinemia.

#25 The 2011 Japan earthquake knocked 1.8 microseconds off our days and the 2004 Sumatra quake cost us around 6.8 microseconds. It’s because powerful earthquakes can permanently shorten the length of Earth’s day, by moving the spin of the Earth’s axis.

#26 The first time a toilet being flushed on screen was in Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho.

#27 “bergie seltzer” is a distinctive fizzing noise that the melting glaciers and icebergs make.

#28 “Blood Falls” in Antarctica regularly pours out a red liquid, making it look like the ice is bleeding. (It’s actually oxidized salty water.)

#29 Scientists discovered a new species of bacteria that lives in hairspray.

#30 The top of the Eiffel Tower can move as much as 7 inches and leans away from the sun, as the metal facing the sun heats up and expands.

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