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Bizarre fact #4431:
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The world's longest suspension bridge opened to traffic on April 5, 1998. The 3,911-meter (12,831-feet) Akashi Kaikyo Bridge is 580 meters (1,900 feet) longer than the Humber Bridge in England, the previous record holder.


Bizarre fact #433:
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In a year, about 90 million jars of Skippy Peanut Butter are sold. This works out to three jars sold every second.


Bizarre fact #1052:
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In the U.S., over one million gallons of cosmetics, drinks, and lotions are sold that contain aloe in them per year.


Bizarre fact #2309:
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In Australia, the popular McOz Burger combines 100 percent Australian beef, cheese, tomato, beetroot, lettuce, and cooked onions on a toasted bun. This burger was created by Australian McDonald’s restaurant owners, and became a permanent menu item after a successful promotional period in 1998.


Bizarre fact #2850:
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Self-made millionaire Cyrus Field championed the idea of a telegraph from England to Newfoundland. Britain quickly agreed to subsidize. Congress went along by a one-vote margin. That was in 1856. Laying cable was tough. It kept breaking. The first line - two years later - died almost immediately. But 10 years later, there were two working lines. Communications changed forever.


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