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!”
Web-footed geckos of the Namib Desert glow fluorescent green in moonlight.
Belgian detective Hercule Poirot, created by Agatha Christie, is the only fictional character to have an obituary in the New York Times.
A hogshead is a unit of measurement equal to 63 gallons.
Archaeologists in China recently unearthed a 3,000-year-old clay pig that looks like its from the “Angry Birds” game.
Carrots are actually bad for rabbits.
Owls don’t have eyeballs – they have eye tubes.
The famous “Star Trek” line “Beam me up, Scotty” was never said on the show!
Actor Neil Patrick Harris is also an amateur magician.
Electric eels in the Amazon hunt in packs!
Arby’s gets its name from its founders, the Raffel Brothers, or “R.B.”