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Traf’s Trivianarium (0000041- 0000050) Series 5

It’s been a long while since I have posted my fourth series of fun facts, and now I’m back to share you again these 10 fun facts compiled in a fifth series of my own compendium of trivia which I coined myself as Traf’s Trivianarium.

These fun facts are based on my Facebook trivia page entitled Ryan’s Believe It Or Not, inspired by Ripley’s Believe It Or Not daily comic strip of trivia.

So are you ready guys to read these fun facts? If you are, then scroll down and enjoy the amazing information that will surely make your mouth open wide.

If you have missed my previous series of fun facts, just click the links below:

Traf’s Trivianarium (0000001-0000010)

Traf’s Trivianarium (0000011-0000020) Series 2

Traf’s Trivianarium (0000021-0000030) Series 3

Traf’s Trivianarium (0000031-0000040) Series 4

#1 Traf’s Trivianarium 0000041

TRIVIA 0000041: Did you know that if everyone in China jumped off a chair at the same time, the world would shift off its axis?

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#2 Traf’s Trivianarium 0000042

TRIVIA 0000042: Did you know that Halloween or All Hallow's Eve, was firstly made as a feast by Pope Gregory IV in 1835 and later instituted as celebration of Christians in connection with All Saints' Day (Nov. 1) by Pope Boniface IV? 

Halloween was intended to observe the Christian conquest of evil.

  1. Well, it was a feast and celebration here, long before Christianity came to our lands. It was a special day when the barriers between the living and the dead were dissolved. Of course the Christians tried to make all the old feasts their own, just as

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#3 Traf’s Trivianarium 0000043

TRIVIA 0000043: Did you know that an anthropophagous eats human? In short, it is a cannibal.

    • Haha this is just a scary fact…So if you have heard in town a man called “anthropophagous” you need to stay away from him…Still aware of that word coz u know its meaning…

#4 Traf’s Trivianarium 0000044

TRIVIA 0000044: Did you know that an average human body holds enough sulfur to kill all the fleas on an average dog, potassium to fire a toy cannon, carbon to make 900 pencils, fat to make 7 bars of soap, 10 gallons of water, & phosphorus to make 2200 match heads?

#5 Traf’s Trivianarium 0000045

TRIVIA 0000045: Did you know that bees must collect the nectar from 2000 flowers to make 1 tablespoonful of honey? 

In order to gather 1 pound (lb.) of honey, it must fly a distance equivalent to twice around the Earth.

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TRIVIA 0000046: Did you know that Salman Rushdie, a British Indian author who wrote "Satanic Verses", a fiction novel that caricatured prophet Mohammed, was accused of blasphemy and dishonor to the Islam religion?

Khomeini's last public act was to offer a $ 1 million for anyone who could kill him.

#7 Traf’s Trivianarium 0000047

TRIVIA 0000047: Did you know that a clam can take 100 years to reach 0.3 inches (8 mm) in length?

It is among the slowest growing, yet longest living specie on the planet.

#8 Traf’s Trivianarium 0000048

TRIVIA 0000048: Did you know that, in this scene from Amazing Spiderman (2012) movie, Stan Lee, who was also the producer of Marvel movies, made an extra as the school librarian?

To check more about Stan Lee's cameo roles in Marvel movies, just check my blog here I posted 6 months ago.

    • Yeah I had my blog posted 6 months ago, but it was outdated, coz his latest cameo appearance there was Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 on my previous post…Now he has appeared on Marvel’s The Defenders and Thor Ragnarok… 🙂

#9 Traf’s Trivianarium 0000049

Trivia 0000049: Did you know that a single bacterium can produce over 1 million offsprings between breakfast and lunch?

#10 Traf’s Trivianarium 0000050

TRIVIA 0000050: Did you know that a horse reared under Czar Paul I of Russia, was court-martialled and sentenced to 50 lashes during a parade in 1800?

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