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Traf’s Trivianarium (0000031-0000040) Series 4

To all who loves fun facts and trivia, this is Traf again serving your hunger for knowledge enticement, as I’m back to published my fourth series of 10 amazing and unbelievable facts based from my Facebook page Ryan’s Believe It Or Not, inspired from a daily trivia comic strip Ripley’s Believe It Or Not!

So are you ready guys to gape your mouth for a never-been-heard-before fun facts?

Just scroll down and please don’t forget to share this to your friends to spread the fun and knowledge.

To read some of my fun facts for the following series, just click below the purpled article titles:

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Traf’s Trivianarium (0000011-0000020) Series 2

Traf’s Trivianarium (0000021-0000030) Series 3

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TRIVIA 0000031: Did you know that a song entitled "Facts of Life" performed by Lazy Boy, has trivias in most of its lyrics? 

Try to watch this video lyrics from Youtube below.

Facts of Life by Lazy Boy

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TRIVIA 0000032: Did you know that "bookkeeper" (along with its associate "bookkeeping") is the only unhyphenated word in English language which has three consecutive double letters? 

Other such words, like "sweet-toothed" require a hyphen to be readily readable.

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TRIVIA 0000033: Did you know that the creators of Puma and Adidas were brothers?

 Adolf "Adi" Dassler, creator of Adidas, and Rudolph "Rudi" Dassler, creator of Puma were both German Nazis.

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TRIVIA 0000034: Did you know that sharks are the only animals that almost never get sick? 

They are immune to almost every known disease. It is thought that some types of big sharks, including the Great White, change sex when they reach a certain size: males become females to ensure survival of their species.

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TRIVIA 0000035: Did you know that we are 14% most likely to die on our birthday than any other day of the year? 

According to scientists, the flatness we feel at the passing of another year is the least of our problems. It emerges that we are 14 per cent more likely to die on our birthday, according to new research based on a study of more than two million people.

The authors of the study blame what they have called anniversary reaction hypothesis, or birthday blues, with stress playing a significant part. Causes of birthday deaths included heart attacks, stroke, cancer, falls and suicide.

"We concluded that birthdays end lethally more frequently than might be expected,'' says Dr. Vladeta Ajdacic-Gross, who led the Swiss study, published in Annals of Epidemiology.

The researchers analysed 2.4 million deaths over a 40-year period. Results show there were 13.8 per cent more deaths on birthdays than might be expected compared with any other day of the year. The risk increased with age, with the figure rising to 18 per cent among the over-60s. Results for individual diseases show that there was an 18.6 per cent increased risk of dying from cardiovascular disease, including heart attacks, and a higher risk of up to 21.5 per cent for strokes. There was also a 10.8 per cent rise in deaths among people with cancer.

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TRIVIA 0000036: Did you know that sperm whales can also suffer from "the bends" on deep dives — just like humans? 

Bends is a medical problem that occurs when a scuba diver dives under water, but at very deep levels. When the diver is sixty feet deep inside the ocean, the partial pressure of nitrogen, starts developing. Gradually when he swims down at hundred feet, this partial pressure increases to a great level. Not only nitrogen there many other gases that are under pressure and the scuba diver breathes them. When these gases are respired inside our body, they start mixing up with the blood of the diver, which ultimately results in blindness, state of unconsciousness and many other problems.

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TRIVIA 0000037: Did you know that the Allama Iqbal Open University in Islamabad, Pakistan has a student enrollment of more than 1.8 million?

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TRIVIA 0000038: Did you know that Gus Martinez of Los Angeles, California, USA, rode a Ferris wheel for 26 hours straight? 

He made it on May 31, 2012 and got the Guinness World Record title holder.

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TRIVIA 0000039: Did you know that the name for Oz in the “Wizard of Oz” was thought up when the creator, Frank Baum, looked at his filing cabinet and saw AN, and OZ, hence “Oz.”?

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TRIVIA 0000040: Did you know that if a statue in the park of a person on a horse has both front legs in the air, the person died in battle? 

If the horse has one front leg in the air, the person died as a result of wounds received in battle. If the horse has all four legs on the ground, the person died of natural causes.

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