FACT OF THE DAY
November 30 2020
Women's hearts beat faster than mens.
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April 23 2021
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April 21 2021
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April 20 2021
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April 19 2021
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April 18 2021
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April 17 2021
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April 16 2021
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April 15 2021
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April 14 2021
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April 13 2021
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April 12 2021
Until the early 20th century in Mongolia, criminals could be locked up in a wooden box as punishment, sometimes left to die of starvation.
April 11 2021