There are only 50 unique words used in Dr. Seuss’ book “Green Eggs and Ham.”
There is no such thing as an alpha wolf – only parents and children.
Woodpeckers have no vocal cords and can only make sounds by drumming!
David Bowie has a spider named after him – the Heteropoda DavidBowie!
It is likely that there are more Lego® Minifigure people on Earth than living humans.
The most leaves ever found on a clover is 56.
Tulip bulbs were once used as currency in Holland.
Lettuce is a member of the sunflower family.
Australia was originally called “New Holland” by Europeans.
The first cross-country drive across the United States happened in 1903 and included a goggle-clad dog named Bud.