People often ask, "what are facts?" But that's the wrong question. The right question is, "why do we care about facts?" Facts are important because they are a foundation of our understanding of the world. They help us make decisions and evaluate information. But not all facts are created equal. Some are more important than others, and some can be misleading. It's important to be able to identify the most important facts and use them to make informed decisions. Look around you. Everything you see is based on facts. The chair you're sitting in, the computer you're reading this on, the food you're eating- all of it is grounded in factual evidence.

Did you know that a housefly only lives for around one month? And that the world’s largest mammal, the elephant, can weigh up to two hundred sixty pounds? These are just some of the interesting facts we learned while researching for this article. We honestly didn’t know what else to do with all of this information, so we decided to share it with you! We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we enjoyed compiling it. Thanks for stopping by!

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