Monthly Archives: June 2011

A rabbit’s teeth never stop growing.

This is why rabbits are so renowned for their nibbling skills. If a rabbit wasn’t constantly chewing on something, its teeth would overgrow! This is also true for other animals such as horses. If you have ever heard someone use … Continue reading

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Despite the stereotype, the British have the healthiest teeth!

In a study from dentists all over the world, the average 12-year-old in Britain has fewer decayed and missing teeth and fewer fillings than their 12-year-old peers in other Western countries. Britain and Germany tied for first for the lowest … Continue reading

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A photo taken at Disney World captured a married couple 17 years before they’d even met!

Alex and Donna Voutisinas thought the first time their paths had crossed was when the couple had begun working together at a hotel. As it turns out, they had come within feet of each other at Disney World when they … Continue reading

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The “unlucky” number 13 appears several times on the American one-dollar bill.

Say what you will about luck, but the number 13 is significant in U.S. history because of the 13 original American colonies that declared their independence from Great Britain in 1776. If you are superstitious, however, this might freak you … Continue reading

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A teenager from Tampa sleeps with a pet tiger.

17-year-old Felicia Frisco has taken care of her 100-lb Bengal tiger “Will” since the day he was born! Though Will weighs more than a full-grown Rottweiler and is one of the most lethal killers on the planet, he sleeps with … Continue reading

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The United States did not have a national anthem until 1931!

The poem “The Star-Spangled Banner” was actually written as over a hundred years earlier – all the way back in 1814 by Francis Scott Key! Over the years, the words were set to a British drinking song and the tune … Continue reading

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