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Ten Amazing Facts

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  • Up to 1800 thunderstorms are going on in the world at any moment.
  • A citizen of the UK is most likely to be shot in November, drowned in July, and subject to a fatal fall in December.
  • One ounce of cress contains enough cyanide to kill two mice.
  • London houses did not acquire street numbers until 1763, three centuries after Paris came up with the idea.
  • Happy Birthday To You was written in 1936, is still in copyright and may not be sung in public without payment of a royalty – which is why it is so rarely heard in films or on TV.
  • Up to 58% of the London Underground is not underground.
  • A koala bear sleeps for 22 hours a day.
  • The Black Death of 1347 – 51 killed 75 million people.
  • The Hundred Years’ War lasted 116 years.
  • In the Gambia, Ghana, and the Comoros, every woman is married by the age of 50.
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