A scientist in Egypt recently brought the corpse of a dog back to life that had been dead for three days. The dog lived a seemingly normal life for 19 hours before it died again.

More than 6,000 people in North and South America will lose a finger or toe in the next twelve months to the aggressive Gnarlfish which lives in fresh water lakes and rivers on both continents.

It takes more than 10,000 coconuts to make one gallon of coconut oil. The waste left over is turned into cat food.
In January of 2015, fishermen in Lake Wiauchauliano pulled up the rotting corpse of what scientists say might be a Plaplyosaur, a dinosaur which supposedly has been extinct for 65 million years.

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