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1 In Greek mythology, a sculptor named Pygmalion fell in love with a statue he had named Galatea. Literature > Mythology 10/22/15
2 All laws of Physics are the same in inertial reference frame Science > Physics 10/21/15
3 Apples are more efficient at waking you up in the morning than caffeine. Other 10/21/15
4 The answer to the Sphinx's riddle is Spider Literature > Harry Potter 10/20/15
5 Dark chocolate contains a high concentration of flavonoids, which helps your heart stay healthy, due to it's high cocoa content. Entertainment > Food and Drink 09/23/15
6 The actress Emily Browning was born in Melbourne, Australia in 1988. People > Movie Stars 09/23/15
7 The scientific name of the red fox is Vulpes Vulpes. Nature > Animals 07/27/15
8 Michelangelo's ceiling in Sistine Chapel has lost only one piece in five centuries. Humanities > Art 07/08/15
9 Although there are 120 stars in "Super Mario 64", there are 150 stars in "Super Mario 64 DS". Entertainment > Video Games 05/14/15
10 After the North American Feather-winged Beetle Nanosella fungi at 0.25mm, the Fairy Fly is 1/5 of a millimetre in length making it the smallest insect the world. Nature > Insects 05/13/15
11 While humans have 6 muscles in each ear, a cat has 32 muscles in each ear. Nature > Animals 04/13/15
12 The Hungarian Hornntail is a Dragon. Literature > Harry Potter 03/25/15
13 Belle developed the movement of parkour with a group of friends in the 1980s. Foucan, Perriere, and Diouf were other members of this group, which later became known as the "Yamakasi. Sports 03/15/15
14 Maine is the only state in the United States whose name has one syllable. Geography > United States 03/14/15
15 Virginia Dare was the first child born in the Roanoke Colony in 1587. History > United States 01/09/15

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