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#79: 17 Did you know amazing facts

In Germany, it is illegal to run out of fuel on highways. Tweet This


The electronic bracelet was inspired by Spider-Man comics. Tweet This



In Massachusetts, USA, tattooing was illegal up until 2000. Tweet This



In Mexico, Austria and Germany the law recognizes that it is basic human nature to escape for freedom and hence the act of prison escape itself is not a crime. Tweet This


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During WW II, paper clip was a symbol of the Norwegian resistance. Tweet This


The United Nations acknowledged their involvement in the outbreak of the cholera epidemic in Haiti. It started in late 2010 and has killed thousands of Haitians so far. Tweet This


Did you knowThe earliest documents, containing written human names, are approximately 5500 years old. Tweet This


Aitabdel Salem spent nearly five months in a US jail — from November 2014 to April 2015 — unaware of the fact that his bail was only 2 dollars. Tweet This


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Pearl Jam is a US rock band that released 72 live albums in the period 2000 – 2001. Tweet This


Giant panda is the only bear that does not hibernate. Tweet This


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Warner Bros film studio has officially confirmed that Tweety is a canary. Tweet This



DNA analyses proved that Polynesians introduced chickens to South America (Peru) well before Christopher Columbus reached the New World. Tweet This


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Did you knowThe Allied forces deployed more troops for the Battle of Okinawa (1945) than for the D-Day in Normandy (1944). Tweet This


Homeowners In Colorado, USA, are only allowed to capture precipitation from their rooftops using no more than two rain barrels, with a combined maximum capacity of 0.416 cubic metres (110 gallons). Tweet This


In Turkey, the Ulas family is better known as “The Family That Walks on All Fours”. Debate still exists as to the nature and cause of their quadruped gait. Tweet This


Sean Connery’s character James Bond was the first to say on screen “shaken, not stirred”. Tweet This


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Germany was the first country ever to implement Daylight Saving Time in order to save energy during World War I. Tweet This

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