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    An ostrich's eye is bigger than its brain. The ostrich's eyes are about the size of billiard balls. They take up so much room in the skull that the ostrich's brain is actually smaller than either one of its eyeballs.
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    The oldest person ever lived on this planet is French woman Jeanne Calment (1875–1997), who lived to the age of 122 years, 164 days.
    Istanbul, Turkey is the only city in the world located on two continents.
    The bloodhound was the first and so far only animal to have his evidence admissible in a US court of law
    The entire intestinal lining in humans is replaced every 36 hours and is the main site of the absorption of food.
    The new-born blue whale calf drinks about 200 liters (about 50 gallons) of milk on its first day and puts on about 200 to 250 pounds of weight every single day in its first year
    Octopuses have three hearts - a systemic heart that circulates blood round the body and two branchial hearts that pump it through each of the two gills.
    The sex of hatchling of many reptiles, including baby crocodiles, is determined by the temperature of the eggs when they were in the nest. The sex of the hatchling is determined by the average incubation temperature during the middle third of the developmental period. Temperatures below 31.7 degrees and above 34.5 degrees Celsius produce female hatchlings. Temperatures above 31.7 degrees and below 34.5 degrees Celsius produce males.
    Ernest Vincent Wright wrote a fifty thousand-word novel, "Gadsby" without any word containing the letter "e."
    First World Hotel and Plaza, Malaysia, with a total of 7,351 rooms, is the largest hotel in the world by number of rooms.
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