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10 things we didn't know last week

14:51 UK time, Friday, 3 June 2011

Snippets from the week's news, sliced, diced and processed for your convenience.

1. Fifa is a charity.
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2. Vultures are better than sniffer dogs at searching large, overgrown areas for dead bodies.
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3. A Devon cream tea has scones with cream first then jam on top, while a Cornish cream tea has scones with jam first then cream on top.
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4. You can see the shockwaves from a trombone. On video.
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5. Shale gas drilling can cause earthquakes.
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6. Heart disease is less common among religious people.
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7. Among certain early humans, the women left home and the men stayed behind.
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8. Penguins do a Mexican wave to stay warm.
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9. An intense fear of dying can make a heart attack worse.
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10. It's possible for a horse to paint.
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