FACT OF THE DAY
December 27 2020
The flu pandemic of 1918 killed over 20 million people.
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Giant penguins about the size of a grown man waddled around New Zealand about 59 million years ago.
August 12 2021
Females have more tastebuds than males.
August 11 2021
The human body requires about 88 pounds of oxygen daily.
August 10 2021
Most of the people think that arctic fox is just white, but in summer, their fur turns dark and blend in with the environment.
August 9 2021
The first person in history whose name we know is "Kushim," an accountant from Mesopotamia who lived around 3200 B.C.
August 8 2021
Wrestler Kevin Nash was once the second most recruited player out of Michigan, behind none other than Magic Johnson.
August 7 2021
In 1917, Margaret Sanger was jailed for one month for establishing the first birth control clinic.
August 6 2021
Supermarket vegetables and fruits can be covered with at least 9 pesticides.
August 5 2021
Regulation Major League baseball feature exactly 108 stitches.
August 4 2021
There's a computer marketed to the Amish. It has no Internet, no video, no music.
August 3 2021
If you lift a kangaroo's tail off the ground it can't hop.
August 2 2021
Japanese samurais disemboweled themselves with their sword (an act known as seppuko) when in danger of being captured.
August 1 2021
Google has the ability to analyze and track a person's online behavior and Google informs it to advertisers.
July 31 2021
Life expectancy in Ancient Rome was from 20 to 30 years.
July 30 2021
There are more than 350 dimples on a golf ball.
July 29 2021
Ancient Romans used a sponge on a stick to clean themselves after pooping, and shared it with everyone.
July 28 2021
Slack, the $3.8 billion startup, used to be a game developer called Tiny Speck, which made a massively multiplayer game called Glitch that shut down in 2012.
July 27 2021
One fast food hamburger may contain meat from 100 different cows.
July 26 2021
About 100 billion people have died in all human history.
July 25 2021
Often referred to as the father of nuclear physics, New Zealand born chemist Ernest Rutherford won a Nobel Prize in chemistry, developed a new model of the atom and mentored other scientists.
July 24 2021