Giant squids have a donut-shaped brain so their esophagus can run through the middle. This means that the squid can't swallow anything too large, as it could damage its brain
There used to be a radioactive energy drink called "Radithor" that was in the US market for a decade from until 1928. One prominent user was buried in lead coffins.
If a gorilla reveals its teeth, it's because they are relaxed and at ease.
More people died making the V2 rockets during WW2 than were killed by them.
People with ginger hair are called redheads because the color orange used to be called "red".
Liechtenstein has more soldiers per capita than UK.
James Cameron, director of the movie "Titanic" has never been to the deep sea.
Cheetahs can't roar, but they can meow like house cats.
The longest time between two twins being born is 87 days.
If you're launching from Earth, the most difficult place to reach in the solar system is the sun.
There is no such thing as Stone Man Syndrome that turns people's muscles and tissue into bone.
Stalin, Hitler, Trotsky and Freud all lived in Vienna at the same time.
It was in 1913. They weren't living that close to each other but it is said Trotsky and Hitler frequented the same coffee shop.
When Mt. Everest was first measured it was exactly 29,000 feet. It was reported as 29,002 because exactly 29,000 was not believable.
The phrase "plastic surgery" originates from the first ear implant which was actually made of plastic.
The record for most children born to one mother is 69, to Valentina Vassilyeva, a peasant from Russia.
The smell of freshly cut grass is actually a distress signal. It's the smell of the grass releasing chemicals to save itself from injury.
Your head ages faster than your feet.
Ralph Lauren's original name was Ralph Lifshitz.
40% of people are left handed.
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