10 things we didn't know last week
- 14 February 2014
1. Crocodiles can climb trees.
2. Cate Blanchett and her husband share an email account.
3. The brain reacts to :-) in the same way as a human face but (-: does not give the same response.
4. The first reference to the tooth fairy appeared in print in 1927.
5. Mathematical formulae can evoke the same sense of beauty in human brains as artistic masterpieces.
6. One in three British households owns Queen's Greatest Hits.
7. South Australia has a higher rate of hypothermia deaths than Sweden.
8. Comedian Les Dawson wrote a secret romantic thriller under the nom de plume Maria Brett-Cooper.
9. The only McDonald's franchise in Vietnam is run by the Harvard-educated son-in-law of the country's Communist prime minister.
10. The Land's End sign gets taken down every night.
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