Did you Know?

---Roughly 8% of human DNA is made up of ancient viruses that used to infect us millions of years ago.

---Earth is accelerating toward its sixth mass extinction event, according to scientists. Animals and plants are dying at the quickest rate since the dinosaur extinction 66 million years ago.

---If your pet makes a specific noise around you for attention, That's them naming you.

---The word “Dude” is gender neutral. Because I’m a dude. He’s a dude. She’s a dude. We’re all dudes.

---In 2015, scientists on a National Geographic expedition discovered sharks living inside Kavachi, one of the most active underwater volcanoes on Earth. Divers couldn't investigate because of the heat and acidity, so they used robots.

---Snails can sleep for 3 years.

---Napoleon Was Once Attacked By a Horde of Bunnies.

---The average person spends 45 to 62 minutes a day just waiting.

---When a secretary at Apple was late because of car trouble, Steve Jobs gave her a Jaguar and said, "Don't be late anymore."

---Cats cannot taste sugar.They don't have sweet taste buds, because one of the two genes necessary for sweetness receptors was permanently turned off millions of years ago.

---About 68% of people experience "phantom vibration syndrome" where you mistakenly think your phone is buzzing in your pocket.

---Only about 40% of a chicken nugget is actually meat.The rest is fat, skin, blood vessels, and bone fragments.

--- On April 18th, 1930, the BBC announced they had "no news" to report. Then they just played piano music.

---When a person lies, they experience an increase in temperature around the nose. This is known as the “Pinocchio Effect.”

---In a deck of cards, the King of hearts is the only King without a moustache

---“Led Zeppelin” originally wanted to be called “Lead Zeppelin” but they felt that “thick Americans” would pronounce the word wrong.

---The inventor of Vaseline, Robert Chesebrough, ate a spoonful of the stuff every single day.

---A 23 sided shape is called an Icosakaitrigon.

---There is actually a difference between coffins and caskets – coffins are typically tapered and six-sided, while caskets are rectangular.