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  1. History. Just when you thought things couldn’t get weirder, the truth comes out on Weird But True!–Fast Facts. Get ready for the craziest, kookiest journey of never-ending, strange facts you’ll definitely want to know.

  2. Parrot Strut. 0:45. Mummy Treat. 1:00. Looking Good ... and Gross! Weird But True! Check out Weird But True! videos, fun facts, and more. Get Weird But True! facts about really random things.

    • Leafy Sea Dragon. This may look like your average piece of seaweed but, believe it or not, it’s actually a fish! Found along the southern and western coast of Australia, the leafy sea dragon is a member of the same family as the seahorse – the Syngnathidae family.
    • Christmas Tree Worm. Christmas Tree Worms are found on coral reefs in tropical waters around the world. They get their name from the two spiral “plumes” that look just like – yep, you guessed it – Christmas trees!
    • Anglerfish. Now here’s a creature that might give you a fright! With its huge head and enormous mouth, these fearsome fish swim in the dark depths of the ocean.
    • Northern Stargazer. Ever seen a fish that looks like this before? Found mainly off the east coast of the United States, this creepy creature grows to around 50cm long.
    • Your mouth produces about one litre of saliva each day!
    • Your brain is sometimes more active when you’re asleep than when you’re awake.
    • Laid end to end, an adult’s blood vessels could circle Earth’s equator four times!
    • The word “muscle” comes from Latin term meaning “little mouse“, which is what Ancient Romans thought flexed bicep muscles resembled.
    • A ladybird might eat more than 5,000 insects in its lifetime!
    • Fruit flies were the first living creatures to be sent into space.
    • Dragonflies have been on earth for 300 million years!
    • A bee’s wings beat 190 times a second, that’s 11,400 times a minute.
  3. Share these Weird But True facts about our planet with your kids. (For instance, you’ll be surprised to learn which two cities don’t stay in the same spot.)

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