Today I Learned Fun Facts Today I learned a collection of interesting and funny facts.

Today I Learned Fun Facts provides interesting, fun, and funny facts to the intrigued internet masses. Did you know GoldenEye 007 was the third top-selling game for Nintendo 64, or only two of the first three people to jump off The Statue of Liberty died from the fall? What about the modern can opener or the dolphin off the coast of Grand Cayman Island sexually assaulting people? People were opening tin cans for nearly 100 years with knives and chisels before it was invented.

Video Game Facts

NBA Jam is programatically rigged so that a Bulls taking the last shot against the pistons in a close game, it averaged out that the bulls player would miss the shot. Duckhunt for NES: The player 2 controller can control the duck’s movement while player…

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Turtle Facts

Turtle facts. There are hundreds of types of turtles in the world. They range in size to just a few inches to more than seven feet long and 2,000 pounds in weight. They are cold-blooded, can filter out salt from they sea water they drink,…

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Fun Facts About the TV Show Mad Men

Mad Men is a TV show that ran from 2007 to 2015 starring Jon Hamm, Elisabeth Moss, and Vincent Kartheiser. It was the first  show on basic cable to win the Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series and also set a record for the most Emmy…

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Dolphin Fun Facts

Dolphins are intelligent mammals who have been around far longer than humans. They have five digits in their flipper like the human hand and even have more brain folds than humans! Here are a few fun facts about our aquatic friend, the dolphin: They used…

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Intersting Facts About Rosie O’Donnell

With a net worth of over $100 million, Rosie O’Donnell has had a career as an actress, author, comedian, a successful talk show and has appeared on “The View” numerous times. She has won multiple Emmys and is an LGBT rights activist who was born…

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Fun Facts About NASA

There are quite a few of interesting and fun facts about NASA, so here are five to wet your whistle. A treadmill NASA built in 2009 is named after Stephen Colbert when his audience submitted him as an entry in a NASA naming contest. The…

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Fun Facts About Disney World

Disney World in Orlando took about three years to build from 1967 to 1971 and attracts more than 17 million visitors anually. It features The Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Hollywood Studios, and Animal Kingdom. Walt Disney died of cancer in 1966, before they even broke ground…

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TIL: Fun Facts About Lions

The lion is the second largest living cat, can weigh over 550 pounds and live up to 15 years old in the wild. They love to live in the savannah and grassland, live in prides with related female, male, and offspring. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora…

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Fun Fact: Only two of the first three people to jump off The Statue of Liberty died from the fall

In 1912, Frederick R. Law received permission to jump off the viewing platform of The Statue of Liberty’s torch. His parachute landed him safely on the ground. But in 1929, the first reported death was by accident when witnesses said a man went to commit…

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Fun Facts about Penguins

Penguins can swim over 15 mile per hour. That’s a whole lot faster than even incredibly fast Olympic swimmers like Ryan Lochte. A gay couple of penguins attempted to steal eggs from other couples by taking the eggs and replacing them with stones. They were…

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The can opener was invented almost 100 years after the invention of the can

Tin cans have been used since the 1700’s to store and preserve food for future use. It took nearly 100 years for the can opener to be invented. Prior, people basically used a chisel and hammer on the outer edge of the can until variations…

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