4860. Fact
A chameleon's tongue is twice the length of its body.

4861. Fact
A herd of forty-five thirsty, rambunctious elephants stampeded into a brewery in Midnapore, where they smashed vats and slurped up beer in a bender that went on for two days.

4862. Fact
The feet have approximately 250,000 sweat glands

4863. Animal Facts
Geckos and centipedes both eat cockroaches.

4864. Fact
An average American child watches approximately 28 hours of television in one week

4865. Fact
Bacteria that cause tooth decay, acne, tuberculosis, and leprosy can be cured with cashews.

4866. Fact
Babe Ruth wore No. 3 because he batted third.

4867. Fact
The first music video ever played on MTV Europe was by Dire Straits, Money For Nothing.

4868. Fact
Fried chicken is the most popular meal ordered in sit-down restaurants in the US. The next in popularity are: roast beef, spaghetti, turkey, baked ham, and fried shrimp.

4869. Fact
The average single man is one inch shorter than the average married man.

4870. Fact
Chili Powder was invented in the 19th century in the American Southwest

4871. Fact
A person that is struck by lightning has a greater chance of developing motor neurone disease

4872. Fact
When Coca-Cola began to be sold in China, they used characters that would sound like Coca-Cola when spoken. Unfortunately, what they turned out to mean was Bite the wax tadpole. It did not sell well

4873. Fact
In 1984, a Canadian farmer began renting advertising space on his cows.

4874. Fact
The sun is approximately 149 million kilometres from the earth

4875. Fact
Organized crime is estimated to account for 10% of the United States'national income.

4876. Fact
The average porcupine has more than 30,000 quills.

4877. Fact
All the chemicals in a human body combined are worth about 6.25 euro (if sold separately).

4878. Fact
In 1925, the 1st motel, the Motel Inn, opened in San Luis Obispo, California.

4879. Fact
Tug of War was an Olympic event between 1900 and 1920

4880. Fact
The word tulip comes from the Turkish word for turban

4881. Fact
Bananas were discovered by Alexander the Great in 327 B.C. when he conquered India

4882. Fact
The Hawaiian alphabet has only 12 letters.

4883. Fact
About 80% of the city was burned in the Great Fire of London in 1666.

4884. Fact
Smokers are likely to die on average six and a half years earlier than non-smokers.

4885. Fact
There are are roughly 100 million single adults living in the USA

4886. Fact
It is now possible to print human skin with an inkjet printer.

4887. Fact
The only one of his sculptures that Michelangelo signed was the The Pieta, completed in 1500.

4888. Fact
The real name of Toto the dog in The Wizard Of Oz was Terry

4889. Fact
Check your map. The Pacific entrance of the Panama Canal is farther East than the Atlantic entrance.

4890. Fact
Abraham Lincoln had to go across the street to the War Department to get news from the battlefield because there was no telegraph in the White House.

4891. Fact
A poll of 3,000 Americans found that for 41 percent, the thing they're most afraid of is speaking before a group of people. 32 percent stated they were afraid of heights.

4892. Fact
The world's largest art gallery is the Winter Palace and the Hermitage in Leningrad. Visitors walk fifteen miles to visit each of the 322 galleries, which house nearly 3 million works of art and archaeological remains.

4893. Fact
The original name for butterfly was flutterby.

4894. Fact
It takes the Hubble telescope about 97 minutes to complete an orbit of the Earth. On average, the Hubble uses the equivilent amount of energy as 30 household lightbulbs to complete an orbit.

4895. Fact
People who chase after rare birds are called twitchers

4896. Fact
The name of the famous snack Twinkies was invented by seeing a billboard in St. Louis, that said Twinkle Toe Shoes.

4897. Fact
Smokers are twice as likely to develop lower back pain than non-smokers

4898. Fact
In Devon, Connecticut, it is unlawful to walk backwards after sunset.

4899. Fact
44% of kids watch television before they go to sleep

4900. Fact
On April 12, 1938, the state of New York passed a law requiring medical tests for marriage license applicants, the first state to do so.

4901. Fact
The largest number of children born to one woman, who was a Russian peasant is 69

4902. Fact
Each year 50,000 earthquakes take place on this planet.

4903. Fact
Tomatoes and cucumbers are fruits

4904. Fact
In 1942 the Jello company introduced Cola flavored jello, which only lasted a year

4905. Fact
During World War II Canadian scientists secretly developed biological weapons which were later taken over by the USA. Anthrax was one.

4906. Fact
Bulls are colorblind, therefore will usually charge at a matador's waving cape no matter what color it is -- be it red or neon yellow.

4907. Fact
The triangular shape that Toblerone chocolates are packaged in, is protected by law

4908. Fact
It is unknown if odd perfect numbers exist

4909. Fact
Girls tend to sleep more soundly than boys.



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