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At the height of Rin Tin Tin's fame, a chef prepared him a daily steak lunch. Classical musicians played to aid his digestion.
Calvin Klein's Obsession for Men is used by researchers to attract animals to cameras in the wilderness.
Crabs have their own version of the fist pump. Male crabs wave their claws in the air to attract females.
New Mexico State's first graduating class in 1893 had only one student and he was shot and killed before graduation.
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J.P. Morgan once offered $100,000 to anyone who could figure out why his face was so red. No one solved the mystery.
A British man changed his name to Tim Pppppppppprice to make it harder for telemarketers to pronounce.
Nutella was invented during WWII, when an Italian pastry maker mixed hazelnuts into chocolate to extend his chocolate ration.
When three-letter airport codes became standard, airports that had been using two letters simply added an X.
The actor who was inside R2-D2 hated the guy who played C-3PO, calling him "the rudest man I've ever met."
In Japan, letting a sumo wrestler make your baby cry is considered good luck.
Reed Hastings was inspired to start Netflix after racking up a $40 late fee on a VHS copy of Apollo 13.