Hello, curious folk, this is your captain, Bored Panda speaking. Welcome to our crazy fun facts galore, where we discuss things that are hard to believe yet absolutely true! We’re happy to see you here, and that you trust us to take you on a journey of unbelievable facts.
Jokes aside, this is our list dedicated to various crazy facts; one might even call it a haberdashery of trivia. And it doesn’t even matter which of the fields you’re most interested in – animals, nature, chemistry, or life – there’s definitely a mind-blowing fact for each of you. The most important fact here is that they are highly likely to satiate your curiosity and the need to learn something new and unexpected every day. You can very well trust this list of fun trivia to live up to its name! And oh boy, the stories behind these interesting facts, especially those concerning real-life happenings, should all be worthy of a movie, which we do hope to see one day.
So, let your curiosity run wild and read these fun facts that we’ve gathered from all the corners of the internet. They are, as per usual, just a little bit further down. Once you are there, be sure to vote for the most incredible fact that has left you genuinely amazed. This way, it’ll find its way to the top of this list! Once that’s all crossed off of the list, share this article with your friends, for we are pretty sure that they’d like to read these crazy fun facts, too.
Marie Curie is the only person to earn a Nobel prize in two different sciences.
America’s first bank robber deposited the money back into the same bank.
Detroit undercover cops in a drug ring once fought another group of undercover cops.
The fire hydrant patent was lost in a fire.
Germany uncovers 2,000 tons of unexploded bombs every year.
Star Trek’s Scotty stormed the beach at Normandy.
A 70-year-old woman once completed seven marathons in seven days, across all seven continents.
The first person convicted of speeding was going eight mph.
The world’s biggest tire producer is LEGO.
In Germany, people help toads cross the road.
Most laughter isn’t because things are funny.
For 100 years, maps have shown an island that doesn’t exist.
There’s a town in nebraska with a population of one!
Riding a roller coaster could help you pass a kidney stone.
The Bermuda Triangle isn’t any more likely to cause a mysterious disappearance than anywhere else.
Dogs actually understand some English.
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