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Cube shaped watermelons in Japan cost two to three times the normal price, about $90US. Their cube shape helps to save space in the fridge.
There is always an even number of rows on a corn cob.
Sloths are the slowest animals on Earth. They also sleep a lot, 15 to 18 hours per day while hanging upside down.
The South American fish "Pacu" is the world's only fish that eats nuts. It's jaws are so powerful that it can crack open nuts underwater.
Tigers and house cats have 95.6% similar DNA.
Wheel spiders can tuck their legs in and roll at 3.3ft/s (1m/s). When they're up on a dune and threatened, they just roll down to safety.
The world record holder for breaking wooden toilet seats with the head is Kevin Shelley, having broken 46 seats in one minute.
The Mako shark is the fastest shark on earth. It swims up to 60 miles per hour (96km/h) and it can jump almost 32ft (10m) out of the water.
Humans have 33 vertebrae in the spine. Snakes can have up to 400 vertebrae, with ribs attached to each one.
Snails can glide across razor blades and knives without being harmed. The mucus they secrete acts as a barrier between their body and the sharp object.
The human liver can regenerate itself fully. A liver that is only 30% the normal mass can regenerate to a full liver.
If you add all the numbers on a roulette wheel, you will get a total of 666.
The warthog wild pig can live in the dry season for months without drinking any water.
The southern elephant seal is the world largest seal. It can dive more than 3300 feet (1 km) while hunting for fish.
The world biggest restaurant buffet organized in November, 2010 by Art of Living Foundation in India offered more than 5000 different dishes.
The only museum dedicated to potato fries is the Friet museum in the city of Bruges, Belgium. Legend has it that Belgian fishermen used to eat small fried fish and in the winter and they cut potatoes in the shape of small fish to fry them.
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