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#88: 11 Hilarious interesting facts

In 1937, a baby fell down from a fourth-floor window and landed on Joseph Figlock who was passing the street below in Detroit, Michigan (USA). They both survived. A year later, the same toddler fell from the same height on the same man. They both survived again.  Tweet This


In 1987, F40 Ferrari became the first production car to break the 320 km/h (200 mph) threshold. Tweet This



Hilarious interesting factsIn 2005, the company 3M set up a promotional stunt at a bus stop in Vancouver, Canada. They left cash behind their unbreakable glass and encouraged passers-by to break and get the promised three million dollars. No-one succeeded. Tweet This



In 1983, an Israeli Air Force F15 jet fighter lost one wing but nevertheless successfully landed in the Negev desert, Israel. Tweet This


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In 2016, Granit and Taulant Xhaka became the first brothers ever to play against each other at European Championship football finals. They represented Switzerland and Albania respectively. Tweet This


In early 2017, Dubai, UAE, announced plans to launch driverless flying cars in the coming months. Tweet This


Volvo, Mercedes and Google announced in 2015 that they would accept all liability when their cars are driven in autonomous mode. Tweet This


Quebec, the French speaking Canadian province, produces two thirds of the world’s pure maple syrup. Tweet This


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Hilarious interesting factsIn 2004, Canada became the first country in the world to ban the sale and advertisement of baby walkers. Tweet This


As of today, the Gotthard Base Tunnel is the longest railway tunnel in the world. It goes through the Swiss Alps and boasts a route length of 57 km (35.5 mi). Tweet This


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The Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin, and Sergei Prokofiev, one of the greatest composers of the 20th century, both died on 5 March 1953. As everyone in the USSR was obliged to mourn Stalin, it was impossible to transport Prokofiev’s body to the funeral service for three full days. Tweet This



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