If you took all of the world’s spiders and let them out in the Netherlands, they would consume the country’s population in three days.
One in fifty of us is walking around with a brain aneurysm. It just hasn’t ruptured.
The Colombian serial killer Pedro Alonso Lopez, who is known as the Monster of the Andes, raped and murdered over 300 girls from Ecuador, Peru and Colombia. However, after he was caught and imprisoned for 18 years, he was put in a psychiatric hospital. There he was reviewed, declared to be sane and was set free, in spite of his blatant avowal that he fully intends to kill again. Ever since his release in 1998, nobody knows where he is or what he’s doing.
In 2012, scientists found 1,458 new species of bacteria living in the belly button. Everyone’s belly button ecology is unique like a fingerprint, and one volunteer’s belly button harbored bacteria that had previously been found only in soil from Japan where he had never been.
A person suffering from Cotard’s Syndrome believes he/she is dead. Cotard’s syndrome comprises any one of a series of delusions that range from a belief that one has lost organs, blood, or body parts to insisting that one has lost one’s soul or is dead.
If you’re looking at a Victorian photo and one of the subjects in the photo is clearer than the rest, they’re probably dead.
An octopus is flexible enough to enter your mouth, navigate your digestive system and leave through your anus.