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Bizarre fact #1299:
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Thomas Edison once saved a boy from the path of an oncoming locomotive who was a station official's child. For his bravery, the boy's father taught Edison how to use the telegraph.


Bizarre fact #2811:
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In 1832 the Scottish surgeon Neil Arnott devised water beds as a way of improving patients' comfort.


Bizarre fact #1692:
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Apus Australiensis, a shrimp-like crustacean of arid central Australia, survives where other water animals would perish because its eggs hatch only after they have been dried out in the sun.


Bizarre fact #1731:
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Dolphins can kills sharks by ramming them with their snout.


Bizarre fact #1096:
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The board game Scrabble was originally called "Criss Cross Words" by inventor Alfred Butts.


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