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    Fast Facts

    • Alligators have brains about the size of a human thumb.
  • Chickens can run as fast as 9 mph.
  • You can buy a gold-plated Slinky for $100.
  • Boris Yeltsin’s favorite Elvis song is “”Are You Lonesome Tonight?””
  • If a walrus eats enough food, it can grow wider than its own length.
  • A female black bear can weigh 300 pounds, but her babies weigh only half a pound at birth.
  • A greyhound can run as fast as 41 mph.
  • Twenty-three publishers rejected Dr. Seuss’s first book.
  • Before 1963, there were no zip codes.
  • Thirteen percent of American men say they call their mothers every day. Thirty-two percent of women call their mothers daily.
  • In 1962, a Rhodesian man was stung by bees 2,443 times and survived.
  • Sixty-five percent of American adolescents get acne.
  • The movie “”Grease”” was released in Venezuela under the name “”Vaselina.””
  • Your big toes have only two bones. The rest of your toes have three each.
  • The Arctic Ocean is the smallest and most shallow ocean on Earth.
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