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Trivia of the Day: Bob Dylan’s real name is Robert …

31 December 2013

Bob Dylan’s real name is Robert Zimmerman, he changed it in honor of Dylan Thomas. See more: Fascinating Facts : Sanjeev.NETwork

Trivia of the Day: Crocodiles can snap their jaws in 1/8th …

30 December 2013

Crocodiles can snap their jaws in 1/8th of a second and can use over 40 sets of teeth See more: Fascinating Facts : Sanjeev.NETwork

Trivia of the Day: The 1st live televised murder was in 1963, when Jack Ruby killed …

29 December 2013

The 1st live televised murder was in 1963, when Jack Ruby killed JFK’s assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald while millions of viewers watched. See more: Fascinating Facts : Sanjeev.NETwork

Trivia of the Day: Cows are incapable of putting their lips together to make …

28 December 2013

Cows are incapable of putting their lips together to make sounds like humans, so they are actually saying OOOOO instead of Moo. See more: Fascinating Facts : Sanjeev.NETwork

Trivia of the Day: Canada is an Indian word …

27 December 2013

Canada is an Indian word meaning Big Village.  See more: Fascinating Facts : Sanjeev.NETwork

Trivia of the Day: Latin is a …

26 December 2013

Latin is a dead language. See more: Fascinating Facts : Sanjeev.NETwork

Trivia of the Day: Only about 20% of harvested coffee beans are …

25 December 2013

Only about 20% of harvested coffee beans are considered to be a premium bean of the highest quality. See more: Fascinating Facts : Sanjeev.NETwork

Trivia of the Day: After his death in 896, the body of Pope …

24 December 2013

After his death in 896, the body of Pope Formosus was dug up and tried for various crimes. See more: Fascinating Facts : Sanjeev.NETwork

Trivia of the Day: Although identified with Scotland, bagpipes are actually a very …

23 December 2013

Although identified with Scotland, bagpipes are actually a very ancient instrument, introduced into the British Isles by the Romans. See more: Fascinating Facts : Sanjeev.NETwork

Trivia of the Day: Did you know that crocodiles never …

22 December 2013

Did you know that crocodiles never outgrow the pool in which they live? See more: Fascinating Facts : Sanjeev.NETwork

Trivia of the Day: John Hancock and Charles Thomson were the only people to sign the …

21 December 2013

John Hancock and Charles Thomson were the only people to sign the Declaration of independence on July 4th, 1776. The last signature came five years later. See more: Fascinating Facts : Sanjeev.NETwork

Trivia of the Day: The Arabs are generally …

20 December 2013

The Arabs are generally believed to be the first to brew coffee. See more: Fascinating Facts : Sanjeev.NETwork

Trivia of the Day: Colored diamonds are caused by impurities such as nitrogen (yellow), boron (blue). With red diamonds …

19 December 2013

Colored diamonds are caused by impurities such as nitrogen (yellow), boron (blue). With red diamonds being due to deformities in the structure of the stone, and green ones being the result of irradiation. See more: Fascinating Facts : Sanjeev.NETwork

Trivia of the Day: By the time you turn 70, your heart will have beat some …

18 December 2013

By the time you turn 70, your heart will have beat some two-and-a-half billion times (figuring on an average of 70 beats per minute.) See more: Fascinating Facts : Sanjeev.NETwork

Trivia of the Day: The bible does not specify exactly …

17 December 2013

The bible does not specify exactly how many wise men were sent to Bethleham. See more: Fascinating Facts : Sanjeev.NETwork


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