100 Amazing Facts Around the World

70. Giving birth is the second most painful thing a human being can experience – the first is being burnt alive.

Giving Birth is the Second Most Painful Event for Humans

69. Two women, born on the same day but 157 years apart died on the same day. This is the creepy story of the Erdington murders. The two women met with a friend, put on a new dress, went to a dance, and met their killers. They were killed the same way and in the same spot. Both by men named Thornton who were acquitted of the murders in both cases.

Erdington murders is a Mystery or Coincidence

68. Japanese railway companies have started installing tunnels for turtles to help them cross safely under the tracks avoiding turtle causalities and train delays.

Turtle Tunnels in Japan

67. On 18th Feb, 1979, it snowed in the Sahara desert for 30 minutes.

Snow in Sahara

66. The chicken is the closest living relative of the Tyrannosaurus Rex.

Tyrannosaurus Rex and Chicken are Relatives

65. After winning 4 gold medals at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin, African-American track star Jesse Owens was not invited to the White House or recognized in any way by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Instead, it was Adolf Hitler who gave Owens a special commemorative gift.

Jesse Owens Honored by Hitler

64. A man sued Pepsi when he found a rat in his Mountain Dew. Pepsi attorneys stated that Mountain Dew will dissolve a mouse in 30 days, and showed that his can was purchased 74 days after being manufactured.

Pepsi Company's Power

63. There is a “rain room” in London that makes rain fall everywhere in the room except the spot you are standing at.

Rain Room in London

62. Volvo invented the three-point seat belt and gave the patent away to save lives.

Seat Belt Patent Gave Away By Volvo

61. NASA has two satellites chasing each other around the Earth tracking the distance between themselves to measure gravitational anomalies. Their nicknames are Tom & Jerry!

NASA's Chasing Satellites Are Called Tom & Jerry

60. Bruce Lee could perform one hand push-ups using his thumb and index, perform 50 reps of one arm chin-ups and throw a single grain of rice in the air and catch it with chop sticks. He was not from this world!

Bruce Lee's Two Fingers Push Ups

59. A lone Indian man has planted a 1360 acre forest by himself, to save his island. It took him over 30 years and is known as “Molai forest”!

Molai Forest and the Forest Man

58. Terry Fox was a 21-year-old one-legged cancer patient who ran 3,339 miles across Canada in 143 days before dying.

Terry Fox Marathon of Hopes

57. The combination of red hair and blue eyes is the rarest in the world. It occurs in less than 1% of the world population.

Red Hair and Blue Eyes is the Rares in the World

56. The world’s oldest hotel is in Japan. Nishiyama Onsen Keiunkan hotel in Yamanashi has been operating since 705 CE and has been run by the same family for 52 generations.

nishiyama onsen keiunkan hotel

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