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10 things we didn't know last week

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1. There is a scientific reason why some people have "uncombable" hair.

Find out more (Refinery29)

2. The FBI may list someone as missing even if it knows where they are.

Find out more (New Republic)

3. After rainbows and moon bows, fog bows are a thing.

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4. Some porn sites have a voiceover function for blind people that explains what's going on.

Find out more (Vice)

5. A coconut crab's claws are almost twice as strong as a black bear's bite.

Find out more (Mental Floss)

6. The world's most employable graduates went to the California Institute of Technology (Caltech).

Find out more (Business Insider)

7. There is a way to get people with strong views to consider alternative arguments (that doesn't involve shouting or violence).

Find out more (Vox)

8. So many Ford Sierra Cosworths were stolen or written off that surviving models have become very valuable.

Find out more (Spectator)

9. The son of Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar works as an architect in Argentina.

Find out more (The Lad Bible)

10. A dodo skeleton is worth £280,000 ($350,000) at auction.

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