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Bridge was built for squirrels (The Nutty Narrows Bridge was built in 1963 by a local builder, the late Amos Peters, to give squirrels a way to cross the busy thoroughfare without getting flattened by passing cars. It is regarded as the first of its kind)
Camels have three sets of eyelids and two rows of eyelashes to keep sand out of their eyes.
Dolly Parton lost a look-a-like contest
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Calling it a night........................
Flowers like Viagra
Found this while researching this fact, thought I'd share....................
Taking a break...................
The Giving Pledge. Microsoft founder Bill Gates encourages the Giving Pledge, a notion that, if you are fortunate enough, you should be giving 50 percent of your wealth to those who need it most. As of 2013, he has donated $28 billion and has saved around 6 million lives by bringing vaccines and better healthcare to people worldwide.
High heels were originally for men (The origin of high-heels can be traced back to 15th century Persia when soldiers wore them to help secure their feet in stirrups. Persian migrants brought the shoe trend to Europe, where male aristocrats wore them to appear taller and more formidable)
Calling it a night..........................
iPhone: The first mobile device to be called an "iPhone" was made by Cisco, not Apple. It allowed the user to use the voice functions of Skype without a computer. Apple announced its own product just 22 days later, and Cisco sued for trademark infringement. The lawsuit was ultimately settled out of court and both companies were allowed to keep using the name. However, you've probably never heard of the Cisco iPhone.
Jonathan is the oldest known living land animal (hatched in 1832, Jonathan is a Seychelles giant tortoise, a subspecies of the Aldabra giant tortoise, and is the oldest known living land animal. Jonathan resides on the island of Saint Helena, a British Overseas Territory in the South Atlantic Ocean)
Has his own coin..................
Kleenex tissues originally used as gas masks. When there was a cotton shortage during World War I, Kimberly-Clark developed a thin, flat cotton substitute that the army tried to use as a filter in gas masks. The war ended before scientists perfected the material for gas masks, so the company redeveloped it to be smoother and softer, then marketed Kleenex as facial tissue instead.