16 Mind-Blowing Facts Which Sound Like "BS" But Are Actually True

16 Mind-Blowing Facts Which Sound Like "BS" But Are Actually True
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At times, we come across some of the most unbelievable things in the world. It can be unsolved mysteries or amazing facts on science.

They are extraordinary, crazy and surprisingly hard to believe!

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1. Meet Leopon, the most unimaginable animal species.

1. Meet Leopon, the most unimaginable animal species.

Leapons are a male leopard and a female lion hybrid.

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2. This person alone has saved lives of 2 million babies by donating his extremely rare kind of blood.

2. This person alone has saved lives of 2 million babies by donating his extremely rare kind of blood.
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James Harrison, 74, has been donating his blood for 56 years now. He has an antibody in his plasma that saves babies dying from Rhesus disease (a form of severe anemia).

3. There is a park in Austria which changes dramatically in accordance with seasons. During wintertime, there are beautiful grasslands and three to six feet deep lake, which makes the park the perfect place to be.

3. There is a park in Austria which changes dramatically in accordance with seasons. During wintertime, there are beautiful grasslands and three to six feet deep lake, which makes the park the perfect place to be.
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Spring follows the winters and the snow melts, making the water level rise drastically.

Spring follows the winters and the snow melts, making the water level rise drastically.
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By summer time, the lake is usually 40 feet deep, submerging the park completely in water.

By summer time, the lake is usually 40 feet deep, submerging the park completely in water.
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4. The photograph proves that Human Chess actually existed.

4. The photograph proves that Human Chess actually existed.
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Human chess in 1924 at St. Petersburg, Russia.

5. A football player ended a civil war.

5. A football player ended a civil war.
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Didier Drogba used to play for Galatasaray and is the team captain and striker for the Ivory Coast national football team. He played the key role in ending Ivory Coast's civil war.

As unbelievable as it sounds, this Chelsea striker is certainly growing his influence beyond the playing fields.

As unbelievable as it sounds, this Chelsea striker is certainly growing his influence beyond the playing fields.
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6. Shortest International bridge in the world is between USA and Canada.

6. Shortest International bridge in the world is between USA and Canada.
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It is just 32 feet long.

The bridge connects the twin Zavikon Islands

The bridge connects the twin Zavikon Islands
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As believed by most of the tourists, the bigger part of the twin Zavikon Islands is in Canada, while the smaller one is in the US.

7. Tennis balls are being used to save endangered Eurasian field mouse.

7. Tennis balls are being used to save endangered Eurasian field mouse.
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Wimbledon officials donated 36,000 tennis balls used in the tournaments to the animal conservation group. The used balls were recycled to make homes for Eurasian mouse and promote their breeding.

8. Black Chickens also exist on our planet!

8. Black Chickens also exist on our planet!
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They are completely black with black plumage, nails, tongue, bones, meat and even black organs!

9. Shortest commercial flight in the World is only 47 seconds long!

9. Shortest commercial flight in the World is only 47 seconds long!
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The flight connects the two Orkney Islands, Westray and Papa Westray, which are located just north to Scotland, and are separated by a distance of 1.7 miles.

10. It rains diamonds on Saturn and Jupiter.

10. It rains diamonds on Saturn and Jupiter.
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After knowing about this crazy fact, all the ladies might just want to go there right now!

11. The sea between Germany and Denmark can be crossed on a train that gets on a ship and off at the destination.

11. The sea between Germany and Denmark can be crossed on a train that gets on a ship and off at the destination.
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Vogelfluglinie - The transport corridor between Copenhagen, Denmark, and Hamburg, Germany.

Vogelfluglinie - The transport corridor between Copenhagen, Denmark, and Hamburg, Germany.
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One of a kind, Right?

12. Cold and cough among children was once treated with Heroin.

12. Cold and cough among children was once treated with Heroin.
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Unbelievable, right? We too were shocked!

13. This Con man sold Eiffel Tower almost twice!

13. This Con man sold Eiffel Tower almost twice!
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Famous for being one of the most skillful con man ever in the world history, Victor Lustig convinced six scrap metal dealers to bid on the Eiffel Tower.

14. Harvard University existed even before the calculus was discovered.

14. Harvard University existed even before the calculus was discovered.
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15. Number of nerve connections (synapses) in a human brain is much more than the stars in the galaxy.

15. Number of nerve connections (synapses) in a human brain is much more than the stars in the galaxy.
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16. Tiger's legs are so powerful that they can stand after being shot dead!

16. Tiger's legs are so powerful that they can stand after being shot dead!
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