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• Some Rwandese believe that when a car knocks   you, and your shoe is removed from your foot,    you die. If not, you survive.• People who cannot taste or smell, suffer from    anosmia.•  Some types of fish communicate by making    noises in their throats by rasping their teeth;    others use their swim bladders to make sounds.

• Some Rwandese believe that when a car knocks   you, and your shoe is removed from your foot,    you die. If not, you survive.

• People who cannot taste or smell, suffer from    anosmia.
•  Some types of fish communicate by making    noises in their throats by rasping their teeth;    others use their swim bladders to make sounds.

• The word “Crossword” in Kiswahili is “chemshe   bongo” which, when translated, means “boil    brains”.
• “Hotel Rwanda”, a film by Irish director Terry    George, was inspired in the Rwandan genocide    (1993-1995).

“Hotel Rwanda” was nominated    for 3 Oscars (Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress,   and Best Original Screenplay).
• Giraffe’s tongue’s are blue and can extend more   than 40cm long.

• There are no ants in Iceland, Antarctica, and    Greenland.
• The starfish is the only animal that can turn its    stomach inside out.

• Rubber bands last longer when refrigerated.
• Canada in India means “big village”.
• A cat has 32 muscles in each ear and Jellyfish do   not have brains.

• The milk of a hippopotamus is bright pink.

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