10 things we didn't know last week
1. It would cost £12.6 billion to issue every man, woman and child in the UK with an owl (and £69.3 billion if each was to get its own aviary).
2. Group jogging is a crime in Burundi.
3. Salads taste better if they are arranged to look like a Kandinsky painting.
4. Courtney Love rereads the Julian Fellowes novel Snobs every year.
5. Despite not having ears, crabs can hear.
6. The whole of England and Wales - with the exception of the City of London, the Isles of Scilly and Skokholm Island - is designated as a "rabbit-clearance area".
7. The 18th and 75th minutes have been the most common times to score in each half since the World Cup began in 1930.
8. An admiral's uniform has slightly wider gold braid when it is worn by a Royal.
9. Some spiders eat fish.
10. More than half of Icelanders entertain the possibility that invisible people exist.
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