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Did you know Wolves were once the most widely distributed land predator the world has ever seen. The only places they didn’t thrive were in the true desert and rainforests

Dyk fact#184

Did you know A human can make over 10,000 facial expressions to express a wide variety of subtle emotions

Dyk fact#183

Did you know Researchers note that the emotion most associated with fear is interest. Some psychologists have gone so far as to suggest that fear has two invisible faces: one, the wish to flee and, second, the wish to investigate

Dyk fact#182

Did you know In 2013, You Tube had more than 72 hours of video uploaded per minute – or over a decade of content every day

Dyk fact#181

Did you know The chemical symbol for gold is Au, from the Latin word aurum meaning “shining dawn” and from Aurora, the Roman goddess of the dawn. In 50 B.C., Romans began issuing gold coins called the Aureus and the smaller solidus

Dyk fact#180

Did you know In France, a glass pyramid stands outside the famous Louvre museum as a tribute to the ancient Egyptians and their amazing world

Dyk fact#179

Did you know On Valentine’s Day, many people buy flowers. Different colored roses have different meanings. Red means love, yellow means friendship, and pink means friendship or sweetheart. Red carnations mean admiration, white carnations mean pure love, red chrysanthemums mean love, forget-me-nots mean true love, primrose means young love, and larkspur means an open heart

Dyk fact#178

Did you know Venus is constantly covered by thick clouds of sulfuric acid, through which no visible light can penetrate. For this reason, astronomers have been unable to view the planet’s features through optical telescopes. Most of the knowledge about Venus’ surface has been gained through radar images acquired from U.S. and Soviet space probes

Dyk fact#177

Did you know About 7% of all the marble produced in the world comes from Greece

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Did you know The biological symbol for the male sex, a circle with a small arrow protruding from it, is also the symbol for the planet Mars. The two components of the symbol are designed to represent the shield and spear of Mars, the Roman god of war

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