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Did you ever notice that the toilet paper color is usually white? But it turns out that colored toilet paper popped out on the shelves in the 1950s. You probably don’t care about the decorations when it comes to their toilet paper, but these patterns are actually a marketing tool to make the paper look more aesthetically pleasing. Moving out of the toilet and into the street: have you ever wondered why are the traffic lights red, green, and yellow? A lot of things you see or use every day have their secrets; let's find out more about them.

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How well do you know your favorite food? Messed up Kit-Kats ended up in a large blue bin to go through a “reworking” process. Rhubarb stalks are safe to eat, while its leaves are kinda toxic because of the oxalic acid they contain. If french fries have black spots on them, it's not anything bad and it doesn’t mean these fries are not suitable for eating. Learn about this and other secrets of food you eat every day.

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Tune in for some fascinating ways infrastructure is built!

If you ever notice the ocean going red, don't swim in it, no matter how tempting it might be. This unusual phenomenon happens when the concentration of specific microscopic algae is higher than normal. Thousands of species of algae in marine and fresh waters are mostly harmless to animals and humans, but some, like the algae that make the ocean red, can be extremely dangerous for marine animals, like sea turtles, fish, and sea birds. Find out about some other alarming signs you should stay away from the water.

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Have you ever wanted to hire a limousine? What if the limo is crossed with a plane? One guy decided he wanted to combine his love for a 727 plane with the ability to drive it on the road. He removed the wings and the tail from the body and attached the plane's body to a Mercedes Benz bus. This is just one example of an unusual vehicle that was actually on the road - let's look at more of those engineering miracles.

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In the early 2000s, a geology major went on a field trip to the world’s largest open pit coal mine in Colombia. He picked up a piece of rock and noticed impressions of some prehistoric leaves on it. Years later, a paleontologist saw an image of this "branch" and knew it wasn't a branch at all but a fossilized jawbone of an animal! A whole group of scientists arrived on the spot to confirm the finding was actually a part of Titanoboa. It was thriving around 60 million years ago, 6 million years after Tyrannosaurus-Rex roamed the planet.

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if you see a bent fork in your door, it's definitely not a good sign. Burglars have turned forks into tools that help them unlock doors from the outside. The fork in your door may mean that someone is planning to break into your house, maybe when you go to sleep. If someone has already broken inside your house, it doesn't mean you're safe now. But you can protect yourself and your property with some easy and effective tips.

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Random Acts of Kindness That Will Make You Cry ! Part-3
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Animals That Asked People for Help
Trouble might find animals on land, in water, or even in the sky! And often they come to humans for help, showing a lot of trust. Watch this video until the end and you’ll be amazed!

Dangerous Animals Caught Being Friendly!
In this video we’re going to show you some of the dangerous animals caught being friendly and most unbelievable moments caught on camera!

Random Acts of Kindness That Will Make You Cry ! Part- 2
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Random Acts of Kindness That Will Make You Cry
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Animals Reunited With Owner After Years!
In this video we’re going to show you some of the most incredible Animal Reunions with their Owners Ever Caught On Camera!


Animals That Asked People for Help
Trouble might find animals on land, in water, or even in the sky! And often they come to humans for help, showing a lot of trust. Watch this video until the end and you’ll be amazed!

45 Interesting Animal Moments Caught On Camera !
In this video, we're going to show you some of the most incredible animal moments ever caught on camera!

Random Acts of Kindness That Will Make You Cry ! #brightside
Random Acts of Kindness That Will Make You Cry !

Leonardo Da Vinci was a genius who invented many modern things 500 years ago. One of them was a self–propelled cart or just a car. He also made the first satellite-like map in 1502 by walking through the streets of a small Italian town. In 1495, he drew a detailed plan of a mechanical robot dressed in knight's armor. According to calculations, the knight could sit, move his head and swing his sword. The artist was inspired by the anatomy of the human body.

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If You See This Spiky Tree, Get Away Immediately

Have you ever seen square trees? They grow in a mysterious region called El Valle de Anton - near one of the largest inhabited dormant volcanoes in the world. The interior of their trunks are the same shape, with sharp edges, sometimes even at a perfect 90-degree angle. Located in Namibia is a tree that’s also weird in shape and pretty dangerous: the Bottle tree. Should you avoid visiting these places, or is it safe to approach these and other unique trees?

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Why Half of Colosseum Is Missing

Some places around the world have become must-sees for millions of tourists, but we rarely know what secrets they are hiding. The Roman Colosseum used to be nearly twice as large as it is today! Its architectural glory started to dim down in 217 when a fire struck the upper parapets and much of the building's interiors. The downfall continued with an earthquake, and a big part of the Colosseum's outer ring was damaged. What else happened to the Colosseum and other famous monuments of architecture worldwide? Let's find out!

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If You See This Spiky Tree, Get Away Immediately #brightside
Have you ever seen square trees? They grow in a mysterious region called El Valle de Anton - near one of the largest inhabited dormant volcanoes in the world. The interior of their trunks are the same shape, with sharp edges, sometimes even at a perfect 90-degree angle. Located in Namibia is a tree that’s also weird in shape and pretty dangerous: the Bottle tree. Should you avoid visiting these places, or is it safe to approach these and other unique trees?

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What It's Really Like to Be a Member of the Royal Guard
The Royal Guards have become one of the sights and symbols of London and the UK. There are many myths and famous facts connected with their job and rules: like, for example, that they aren't allowed to talk. Turns out, it's possible, but only in very specific circumstances: if people get too close to them or become aggressive. You'll also never see one of them smiling for a selfie as they're not even allowed to chuckle! And it was rumored that if they do, they'll receive a fine of about $200.

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Are you a Dungeons & Dragons fan or just curious what all the hype is about? First published in 1974, Dungeons and Dragons has gained millions of fans over the years. There is one player in particular who is running the same game for 40 years now, breaking the record for the longest continuous Dungeons and Dragons game, ever! Robert Wardhaugh started his Dungeons and Dragons campaign in 1982 when he was still a teenager. He's not a regular player but a Dungeon Master, and those are the ones who organize each game session.

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The thylacine was the largest land predator throughout mainland of Australia. But as humans migrated and brought dingoes, the Thylacine struggled to compete for food and almost disappeared around 2000 years ago. A group of US and Australian scientists have banded together to bring the Thylacine back from extinction. The first step will be to structure its genome. Why did they decide to do it, and will they succeed?

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Some things that happen on our planet look so magical and surreal that it’s hard to believe they’re real, rare natural phenomena. You can see the ocean glowing and glittering like the sky full of stars, thanks to bioluminescence. It turns out that earthquake lights have been around for centuries. Moonbows have similar principles to rainbows: they occur when the light gets reflected off water droplets in the sky. Halos, also known as circle rainbows, are an optical phenomenon forming high in the sky when the light gets reflected off ice crystals.

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You’ve found a long-forgotten chocolate bar somewhere deep in your desk — yum, nice surprise! But when you open it, you see: there’s some unpleasant-looking kind of dusty film on it. Don’t worry, though, it’s still safe to eat. Have you ever wanted to impress your friends with these crazy facts no one knows? Here're some cool facts to spill at a party.

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If you notice a strange purple mark on a fence, pole, or even a tree when driving along the road or hiking through the woods in the USA, remember it's a sign advising you not to trespass on private property. Different countries have different rules and traditions that might seem weird to foreigners. In Greece, there is a law that bans wearing high heels at any historical monument! Since 1992, chewing gum is officially banned in Singapore. Let's go on a trip around the world to find out more interesting rules.

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