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Some wallaby escaped a Hawaii zoo in 1916, and a population still remains.
Nostalgia was once thought of as a mental disorder.
Specialized planes fly in the eye of hurricanes to track them.
Bacteria can indeed survive in ice.
The first Walkman had two headphone jacks.
No real tequila brand wanted to be associated with ‘Breaking Bad.’
Vietnam wanted a different name in the 1800s.
Shirley MacLaine was known as “Powerhouse” in baseball.
The tails of horses were shaved into bells so they were easily identified.
There is a gene that enables some people to only need 4-6 hours of sleep a night.
There was a four armed ‘Evil Grimace.’
There is a coin-sized “museum” on the moon with a penis drawing.
A decorated marine wrote about war racketeering.
Vincent Price could have taken a percentage of ‘Thriller’ earnings.
A soccer ball sized hailstone fell in Nebraska in 2003.
There are no bridges over the Amazon River.
There is a mosquito native to the London Underground.
The first commercial flight to be shot down also became the third.
Monks can raise their body temperatures with meditation.