25 Bizarre Facts To Make Your Day Just A Little Bit Weirder.

Your daily dose of oddity, coming right up!

1/25. A horse's hoof is technically a single toe, so horses run on their toes.

2/25. A six-limbed octopus was found by an American family on vacation in 2013. It was only the second recorded worldwide. They ate it.

3/25. Frances Bean Cobain, Kurt Cobain's daughter, doesn't like Nirvana. She prefers Oasis.

4/25. Researchers have found that people with a large network of friends outlive their counterparts by 22%.

5/25. A man from the Philippines had 23 surgeries to look like Superman.


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6/25. Grown pandas have to eat as much as 80 pounds of bamboo per day to meet their nutritional needs.

7/25. Within three days of death, the enzymes that once digested your dinner begin to eat you.

8/25. It snowed in the Sahara Desert in 1979.

9/25. Goldfish can't close their eyes as they have no eyelids.

10/25. The original tapes of the Apollo 11 moon landing were erased and re-used by mistake.


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11/25. Elephants are pregnant for 2 years.

12/25. Britney Spears' used pregnancy test was sold on eBay for $5,001.

13/25. An experiment in 1998 found that a bright light shone on the backs of human knees can reset the brain's sleep-wake clock.

14/25. Only one-half of a dolphin's brain goes to sleep at a time.

15/25. In Peru, there's a billboard that creates drinkable water out of thin air.


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16/25. It's impossible to sneeze while sleeping.

17/25. In France, you can marry a dead person.

18/25. A Russian woman in the 1700s gave birth to 16 pairs of twins, 7 sets of triplets and 4 sets of quadruplets in just 40 years with the same man.

19/25. The Japanese man who survived the Titanic crash was called a coward in his country for not dying with the other passengers.

20/25. When a person dies, his sense of hearing is the last to go.


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21/25. There's a hotel in Bolivia made almost entirely of salt, complete with salt beds and chairs.

22/25. Chewing gum is banned in Singapore.

23/25. Before the eraser, bread was used to remove pencil marks.

24/25. If Thai policemen break the law, they are forced to wear a Hello Kitty armband.

25/25. There's a restaurant in Japan using monkeys as waiters.

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