A squid has 10 tentacles.
Publishers have coined the term "Brownsploitation" for the rash of books that have sprung up in the wake of Dan Brown's Da Vinci Code blockbuster.
The first inductees to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1961 were Jimmie Rodgers, Fred Rose and Hank Williams.
Females learn to talk earlier, use sentences earlier, and learn to read more quickly than males.
The 1st winner of the Academy Award for best picture, and the only silent film to achieve that honor, was the 1927 film, "Wings.".
Only tom turkeys gobble. Hen turkeys make a clicking noise.
In Kentucky, it is illegal to carry ice-cream in your back pocket.
The bulls-eye on a dartboard must be 5 feet 8 inches off the ground.
The most powerful electric eel is found in the rivers of Brazil, Columbia, Venezuela, and Peru, and produces a shock of 400-650 volts.
Camels were used at one time to transport goods across Arizona.