Ripley’s daily fun facts cartoon was started in 1918 by Robert Ripley. The cartoon contains stories so bizarre it can only be called “Believe It or Not!”
There are approximately 350 shapes of pasta!
In medieval England, eels were used as currency, specifically for rental agreements.
The Beatles song “A Day in the Life” contains a frequency only heard by dogs.
Spanish artist Andoni Bastarrika creates ultra-realistic sculptures of animals out of beach sand!
“Linguine” means “little tongues” in Italian.
Richard Nixon almost became an FBI agent in the 1930s.
Salvador Dalí believed he was a reincarnation of his brother.
Melting glaciers in Norway have recently revealed well-preserved artifacts from the Viking Age, including a dog and its collar and leash!
George Lucas considered making Luke Skywalker a little person.
Wax worms can eat plastic and turn it into toxic alcohol!