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    Square watermelons

    Japanese farmers used square glass cases to force watermelons to grow into a square shape, so they fit conveniently and precisely onto refrigerator shelves.
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    During sex, female mantis rips off the male’s head and begins eating it
    Rhythms is the longest common English word with no vowel in it.
    The Vatican issues passports and the Pope always has “Passport No 1”.
    Oysters change their gender from male to female and back again many times in their life-span
    Napoleon Bonaparte, Louis XIV, Richard III and Ivan the Terrible are all born with teeth
    Estádio Milton Corrêa, a football stadium in Brazil, has one goal in the northern hemisphere and one in the southern hemisphere
    Early condoms were made from the bladder or intestine of sheep and each condom cost several months' pay of an average worker
    The first woman to appear on a US postage stamp was Queen Isabella of Spain
    Frank Sinatra's 1964 recording of "Fly Me to the Moon" was the first song played on the moon. It was played on a portable cassette player by Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin after he stepped onto the Moon.
    England was the first country to start issuing passports (Early pasport were called "safe conduct" documents as the word passport was yet to gain currency) The early passports were just a folded page with official signatures. Later, they started including the description of the holder's appearance. When the British government introduced passports with photographs in February 1915, people submitted family pictures and passports were issued with those pictures. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's passport photo in 1915 showed himself, his wife and his two sons.
    A slug has approximately 27,000 teeth. Slugs routinely lose and replace their teeth.
    Philip Noel-Baker is the only person to have won an Olympic medal and received a Nobel Prize.
    Manta rays are first and so far only known fish to recognise themselves in a mirror
    Starfish can regrow a whole new body from a single arm.
    Shuttles that are used in the international badminton tournaments are made with sixteen feathers from the left wings of geese on a stump of Portuguese cork
    Water is the only substance that exists naturally on Earth in all three physical states of matter — solid, liquid, and gas
    Gênes, the French word for the city of Genoa, Italy, is the origin of the word "jeans". The word 'denim' came from 'de Nîmes', meaning "from Nîmes" (Nîmes is a city in France)
    Public hanging of criminals in 18th century London were events of public celebrations. The eight hanging days in a year were public holidays. The condemned were driven through the streets in a wagon, taking pause for alcoholic refreshment along the way. After the entertainent events, the criminals were hanged to death with public cheering loudly. The hangman received the criminal’s clothes as a perk. surgeons received the bodies for dissection.
    When its joey (baby koala) is ready for solid food, the mother koala will produce a special poop called pap. Pap is a soft, alternate form of fecal matter that consists of the bacteria necessary to digest eucalyptus. In order for the joey to start eating leaves, it will need the bacteria in its intestines. So the joey feeds on pap in addition to milk for several weeks before leaving the pouch. Its believed that the reason that koalas have bottom-opening pouches is to let joey eat mom's pap from its pouch
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