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!”
Flamingos can live comfortably in lakes that are toxic enough to burn human skin.
Canadians reported an average of three UFOs a day in 2017.
In Japan, execution dates are kept secret from prisoners until the morning of.
Glacier View, Alaska doesn’t get dark enough for 4th of July fireworks, so they celebrate by throwing cars off a cliff!
Neil Armstrong left his $30,000 pair of space boots on the moon.
Author Mike McCormack’s 217-page book, “Solar Bones,” contains only a single sentence!
Isa Lake in Yellowstone National Park, is the only lake to drain into two oceans.
Sea otters will sometimes keep stones, tucking them under their armpits when not in use.
The different definitions of a word in a dictionary are called “senses.”
Sedated black bears were once used to test B-58 bomber ejection seats.