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    Hummingbirds requires at least half their own body weight in food every single day. They have the highest metabolic rate of any known animal.
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    The Bluetooth wireless technology was named after Harald Bluetooth, the 10th century king of Denmark and Norway. Bluetooth logo consists of a Younger futhark bindrune for his initials, H (ᚼ) and B (ᛒ).
    Scorpions have anywhere from 0 to 12 eyes depending on their habitat
    Yuma, Arizona, is the sunniest city in the world. It receives about 4,064 sunlight hours per year, the most of any city in the world. This puts it just ahead of its neighbor Phoenix (3,872 sunlight hours a year) and Aswan, Egypt (3,863 hours a year)
    During his career, American stunt performer Evel Knievel, had suffered 433 bone fractures, earning an entry in the Guinness Book of World Records as the survivor of "most bones broken in a lifetime".
    The UK and Iran are the only countries in the world to have unelected clerics sitting in the legislature.
    A brownbanded bamboo shark can fertilized her eggs with sperm she held onto for about 4 years.
    First mechanical alarm clock patented in USA was created by Levi Hutchins, of New Hampshire, USA, in 1787. He made it only for himself however, and it only rang at 4 AM, in order to wake him for his job.
    Helium is the only element that cannot be solidified by sufficient cooling at normal atmospheric pressure
    Only seven women hold the privilege of wearing white dress to meet the Pope – Queen Sofia of Spain, Queen Paola of Belgium, Grand Duchess Maria Teresa of Luxembourg, Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Queen Letizia of Spain, Princess Marina of Naples and Princess Charlene of Monaco. All other ladies has to wear black outfits
    Elaine, Linda, Alice and 47 other baby names were banned by Saudi Arabia
    In 1704, Isaac Newton predicted that the world will end in 2060
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