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Traf’s Trivianarium (0000071-0000080) Series 8.1

It’s been a month already since I have posted my 7th series of fun facts. Now I’m back to bring you some mouth-gaping and unbelievable factoids from this Traf’s Trivianarium series which I created myself and 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 for these 10 fun facts that I’m gonna share to you guys? If you are, take some time to read them and be amazed.

Share these trivia too to your friends and families to let them know some little secrets from around the world that we should ought to know so that we have the idea and some knowledge on some areas of studies.

Good luck and enjoy!

If you have missed my previous series, just check them out below:

Traf’s Trivianarium (0000001-0000010) Series 1

Traf’s Trivianarium (0000011-0000020) Series 2

Traf’s Trivianarium (0000021-0000030) Series 3

Traf’s Trivianarium (0000031-0000040) Series 4

Traf’s Trivianarium (0000041-0000050) Series 5

Traf’s Trivianarium (0000051-0000060) Series 6

Traf’s Trivianarium (0000061-0000070) Series 7

NOTE: Due to missing photos of previous post of same seventh series, this article is reblogged with photos.

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Did you know that Jim Fixx, a man who was credited of boasting the benefits of jogging, died of a heart attack while jogging?

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Did you know that otters hold hands while sleeping to keep from drifting away from one another?

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Did you know that sea turtles have built-in GPS? 

They use the Earth’s magnetic field to navigate on their long and epic voyages.

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Did you know that Harvard University was founded long before the invention of a Mathematics branch of study called Calculus?

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Did you know that the creator of Spongebob Squarepants named Stephen Hillenburg was once a teacher of Marine Biology before he get to introduce one of the most famous cartoon characters on Earth?

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Did you know that Niagara Falls can fill all the swimming pools in the United States in just 3 days?

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Did you know that hares are born with fur and can see while rabbits are born hairless and blind?

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Did you know that Rebecca Sharrock of Brisbane, Australia claims to remember being photographed just 12 days after her birth? 

She has a very rare condition called highly super autobiographical memory which is found in fewer than 80 people worldwide.

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Did you know that last April of year 2017, an alligator was handcuffed for trespassing? 

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries officers apprehended the poor gator.

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Did you know that naked mole rats can survive without oxygen for 18 minutes?

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    • I am grateful that you found my post something you can learn…yeah starting when i lost my posts, esp. this post which is numbered series 8, where the photos where gone, i felt dismay, that’s why I stopped for awhile posting at Virily…Now i cant post regularly at Virily, since I felt a bit happier too at Steemit starting when my posts were not organized, and photos were gone, and my earnings too..but now my earning were there…I’m trying to post regularly here, but it seems like after those occurence, my time was divided for steemit and here…something has changed hehe

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