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Well, I hope you enjoy it and remember that you can contribute to the list by adding your own bizarre facts in the comment section below.
1. In Germany many fake bus stops can be found outside nursing homes. There are placed there to prevent confused senior citizens from wandering off.
2. In the book, Pinocchio actually kills the cricket, imprisons his maker for 3 years, bites off a cats hand, kills a snake by making it explode from laughing to hard, and turns into a donkey.
3. Cats don’t meow to communicate with other cats. They only meow to communicate with humans.
4. According to National Geographic, red-heads might become extinct by the year 2060.
5. Butterflies in your stomach, when you see someone you like, is actually a stress response caused by adrenaline.
6. American actor, writer, director- and three-time Emmy Award winner, Bryan Lee Cranston, played two different Power Ranger villains in 1993 (Snizzard, and Twinman).
7. Cat’s kidneys are so efficient that they can rehydrate, while drinking seawater.
8. The Moonwalk pre-dates Michael Jackson by at least 50 years.
9. British police cars carry a teddy bear to comfort children after an accident.
10. There is a dying Mexican language that only two people in the world speak fluently and they are not talking to each other…
11. 2010’s Oldest living person wasn’t real.
12. On average we fart a balloon’s worth of gas a day.
13. Charles “Pretty Boy”Floyd, wasn’t all bad.
14. Every year Louis Vuitton burns all their unsold bags.
15. The location of the world’s tallest tree, ‘Hyperion’, is kept secret from all but a select few scientists.