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!”
A litter of kittens is called a “kindle.”
Catfish have tastebuds all over their body!
In 1626, the island of Manhattan was purchased for the equivalent of $24.
Before the 1930s in the United States, blue was commonly associated with girls and pink with boys.
Bats give birth while hanging upside down, catching their baby in their wings as it drops!
Coyotes outpace roadrunners by 23 mph!
New Orleans has more miles of canals than Venice, Italy!
Geckos can turn on or off their stickiness.
Water can boil and freeze at the same time!
Author Stephen King has triskaidekaphobia, or a serious fear of the number 13.