10 things we didn't know last week

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Dogs mirror their owners' personalities.

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Qatar is spending $500m (£400m) a week on building projects for the 2022 World Cup.

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One British man survived eight different concentration camps during the Holocaust.

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Minecraft is being used to pitch business ideas to big companies.

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There are hundreds of ancient earthworks in the Amazon rainforest resembling Stonehenge

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Fish-scale geckos rip off their scales and skin to escape from predators.

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Filipinos make up about a third of all cruise ship workers.

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Humanity is yet to run out of a single fossil fuel.

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Lungfish usually live for more than 100 years.

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The Super Bowl broadcast is 23% ads.

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