20 Unbelievable Facts – Episode 5



20 Unbelievable Facts

1. There are an estimated 60 million horses in the world, this includes domestic and wild horses
2. A typo in the 1980’s Yellow Pages cost them $10 million when they misprinted a travel agency’s advertisement for “exotic vacations” as “erotic vacations”ū
3. Giraffes flick insects away with their tongues.
4. Elephants don’t like peanuts. They are too high in protein and too low in fiber. Bananas on the other hand, they love.
5. Some woodpeckers like to eat the brains of baby doves.
6. Between 1300 and 1650, up to 500,000 Europeans (mostly women) were executed for allegedly practicing witchcraft.
7. In 16th century Europe, it was believed that eating a tomato could turn you into a werewolf.
8. Imperfect Kit Kats are mashed into a paste and used to fill new Kit Kats
9. Red Bull was created as an energy drink for truck driver in Thailand in 1976
10. 68% of NFL stadium construction costs are paid for by taxpayers despite the NFL making 9 billion a year, netting the CEO 30 million a year.
11. Scientists can locate chimpanzees in the forest from their exceptionally loud farts
12. The Bahamas are home to swimming pigs that bask in the sun, enjoy the surf and greet visitors that bring them treats.
13. Male spider mites prefer their sexual partners to be dead.
14. Rats arrived in North America in the late 18th century aboard sailing ships from Asia
15. Bill and Hillary Clinton attended Donald and Melania Trump’s wedding.
16. In 2015, Cristiano Ronaldo gave his agent a Greek Island as a wedding present. Estimated cost of around 10 million dollars.
17. The HMS Artful British submarine can stay submerged for 25 years without having to surface for air.
18. Popsicles were originally called Eppsicles after it’s inventor Frank Epperson. His children renamed them to popsicles.
19. Lyndon B. Johnson was the first and only president of the United States to be sworn in on an airplane.
20. All telephone service was silenced in Canada and the US for one minute on August 4th, 1922 to mark the funeral of Alexander Graham Bell

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