In 2009, 107 million spiders were found in a 4-acre spider web at Baltimore wastewater plant in Maryland, USA equating to 35,000 spiders/m³.
27. Former NFL player Robert Rozier who killed 7 people on behalf of a cult, went into the witness protection program, did 22 years in prison, got out, became a web developer, and then was sentenced to 25 years to life for passing $2,200 worth of bad checks.
28. “Fancy Ketchup” is an actual legal designation of the highest grade of ketchup.
29. Some schools in China now have uniforms with tracking devices in them. This is done to monitor student attendance. If students try to leave during school hours, an alarm will go off.
30. A teenager in France managed to buy a Playstation 4 for only £8 by weighing the console under the fruit and veg section on a self-checkout machine. He was only caught when he tried doing it again.
Ted Williams, the last baseball player to bat .400, was at .39955 at the end of the season. Although due to rounding he would have finished with a .400 average, Williams refused to sit out and played the last two games. He went 6 for 8 in those games and finished the season with a .406 average.
32. When a peacock shakes his tail, it produces low pitched sound humans can't hear despite the noise is about as loud as a car going past a few meters away.