13 Succulent Bits Of Trivia We Plucked Right Off The Tree Of Knowledge Of Weird And Useless

In the U.S., picking up a bald eagle feather requires a special permit.
13 Succulent Bits Of Trivia We Plucked Right Off The Tree Of Knowledge Of Weird And Useless

Ah, the joys of trivia. Everyone loves to learn something new, and there’s nothing quite like the feeling of knowing something that others don’t. But where does one find these mysterious nuggets of knowledge? Well, look no further.

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This list contains some of the strangest and most interesting facts from around the world. For within these pages lies a collection of the most spellbindingly fascinating pieces of trivia from around the world. From facts about fawns to the depths of the Pacific Ocean, these thirteen tidbits of knowledge will take you on a journey of discovery. From the ancient people of Pompeii to the modern-day Japanese lion costume drills, each of these stories is unique in its own way. 

So join us, and together we will explore the depths of the unknown, uncovering the secrets that lie beneath the surface. Prepare yourself for an adventure of a lifetime, or something, as we prepare to dive into the world of trivia.

Preparing for the worst: lion costume drills.

CRACKED IN JAPAN, THEY PRACTICE FOR A LION ESCAPE BY PUTTING A GUY IN A LION SUIT. In Japan, they do practice runs in case a lion ever escapes from its enclosure. They have someone dress up in a lion costume and the real lions watch from the sidelines. The drill ends with the animal being tranquilized.

Via The Guardian

The Guardian

Finally, a meeting of the legends.

CRACKED FINALLY, TWO LEGENDS MEET... ON A SITCOM. Carrie Fisher and James Earl Jones had actually never met face-to-face until they both appeared in an episode of The Big Bang Theory (it's The Convention Conundrum).



Preserving the past, one cast at a time.

CRACKED BRINGING THE DEAD BACK TO LIFE SINCE 1863. In 1863, One Giuseppe Fiorelli perfected the technique of making casts of the people who died in the eruption of Pompeii in 79 CE. Since then, more than 100 casts have been made.

Pompeii Sites

Pompeii Sites

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