10 things we didn't know last week

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1. You could probably outrun a Tyrannosaurus Rex.

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2. The best time to get Tinder matches is 21:00.

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3. Stalin may have had Mao Zedong's excrement analysed.

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4. Music played in the 50 minutes before Donald Trump rallies must come from a set list assembled by the candidate himself that includes Tiny Dancer by Elton John and songs from Andrew Lloyd Webber musicals.

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5. US opinion pollsters now have to make between 30 and 35 calls to get one interview.

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6. People with a pub they call their local are significantly happier.

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7. Fish stop swimming in space.

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8. Some 76% of lines in Disney's Pocahontas are spoken by men, as are 77% in Mulan and 68% in The Little Mermaid.

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9. The signalling information for switching Economy 7 electricity meters is carried on BBC Radio Four long wave.

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10. Former London Mayor Ken Livingstone stopped buying cheese because it doesn't decompose.

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