32 Non-Native Bits of Trivia That Have No Natural Predators and Will Slowly Envelop Your Entire Mind Palace

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32 Non-Native Bits of Trivia That Have No Natural Predators and Will Slowly Envelop Your Entire Mind Palace

They’ve searched far and wide. High and low. Then some other weird places. Anywhere that interesting things have happened, our trivia hunters have been there. Machete in one hand, woven basket in the other, and they’re chopping facts out of the jungle like the juiciest of papayas. Eat up.

The San Diego ZOO has the world's first frozen zoo. FROZEN ZOO EN DURA-GYL NITROGEN It stores the living tissues and stem cells of over a thousand animal species in freezers (like the facility in Jurassic Park, just not for dinosaurs). NOW YOU KNOW CRACKED.COM

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CRACKED VULGARITY HISTORY The first F-bomb on SNL Letterman's bandleader Paul Schaffer was an SNL cast member in 1980, and is credited with the show's first F-bomb. During the show's 100th episode, he was meant to say the word flogging, but well, you know...

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CRACKED VULGARITY HISTORY The first TV show with a warning label In 1975, because of controversial characters like prostitutes, illegal immigrants, and one of the first gay couples on TV, the Norman Lear show Hot I Baltimore was the first TV show to be slapped with a warning label before each episode.

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CRACKED ELON MUSK GETS AWAY WITH LITTERING. In July 2022, space debris from a SpaceX rocket landed on a sheep paddock in Australia. The farmer found the 10-foot charred object, which would later be identified as the largest piece of space junk to land in Australia since 1979.

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CRACKED CREATING THE FIRST-EVER HUMAN/MONKEY HYBRID EMBRYO. An international team of researchers created part-human and part-monkey embryos. The interspecies chimera formations are made with human pluripotent stem cells.

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CRACKED SELLING VENDING MACHINE BEAR MEAT. After multiple bear attacks in Semboku, Japan, hunters began shooting intruding bears, and Daishi Sato sold the meat in a vending machine outside his noodle shop. 24h8 SECOM 00015 - 5-84 NATURE DE - 10:00 1500 - 2

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CRACKED AT&T Chris Paul chose pro basketball over pro bowling. As a kid, he went to the alley for the first time with his dad, fell in love, and returned daily. After high school, he had to make the difficult decision of going pro in bowling or in the NBA. Bowling offered $25,000 while the Hornets offered him $3.4 million.

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A high school friend helped Steve Martin become a world-class banjo player. At 15, he fell in love with bluegrass music, so friend John McEuen (who joined the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band) helped teach him the banjo. In 2010, he won a Grammy for Best Bluegrass Album, and launched the Banjo Prize, awarding $25,000 to $50,000 to banjo players each year. CRACKED

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