Bees can also detect bombs. 50 bees only need 2-3 hours of training.
27. In a few Appalachian forests, there are fireflies that glow blue for up to a minute instead of flashing yellow.
28. Inside NASA's Juno probe, it has a plaque dedicated to Galileo with writing in his own hand, and 3 Lego mini figures (Galileo, the Roman god Jupiter, and his sister and wife, the goddess Juno) specially made by the Lego Company using aluminum.
29. Whoopi Goldberg's first name came from a whoopee cushion because she farted so much.
30. Between 2010-2015, the life expectancy in Botswana, due to the HIV/AIDS pandemic, dropped from 70.7 years to only 31.6 years.
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32. If our sun went supernova it would be visually 9 times brighter to us than if an atomic bomb exploded against our eye.
33. In 1989, the Soviet Union traded with Pepsi Company 17 submarines, a cruiser, a frigate, and a destroyer for Pepsi to be sold in the Soviet Union. This trade made Pepsi the 6th largest military power in the world at the time.
34. The number one cause of death of the North Atlantic Blue Whale is collision with a ship.
35. The 300 Club is the name given to people who have experienced an instantaneous 166 degree Celsius (300 °F) drop in temperature, in Antartica when the temperatures reach -73°C / -100°F.