10 things we didn't know last week
1. Shakespeare's skull may have been looted.
2. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani appears to support the rights of goldfish.
3. The "best public toilet in the South Pacific" is a tourist attraction in Vanuatu.
4. JK Rowling was advised to take a writing course when she sent a manuscript to publishers under a false name.
5. Human noses are less effective at air conditioning the body than the noses of chimpanzees and macaques.
6. Shoe box-shaped concert halls make audiences feel more emotional.
7. Hamlet was performed on a ship off the coast of what is now Sierra Leone five years after its London debut.
8. Nobody noticed when Kraft changed its macaroni and cheese recipe.
9. Female burying beetles zap their male partners with an anti-aphrodisiac to stop them wanting sex.
10. In Dublin, you can pay for coffee with a poem on March 21.
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