#Ulog 13: Trafalgar Trivianarium's Five Fun Facts of the Day (Series 12)

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Good day Steemians and to all uloggers out there. Welcome to my 12th series of fun facts and trivia entitled
"Trafalgar Trivianarium's Five Fun Facts of the Day."
These fun facts were already published at my Facebook fun facts and trivia archive page Ryan's Believe It Or Not, inspired from a daily trivia comic strip Ripley's Believe It or Not!
If you are interested of these amazing and mind-blowing fun facts then better read these 5 featured trivia that I'll share for you today.

Scroll down this page now and be ready to get startled for the following cool facts that you might haven't heard before.

Have fun reading and hope you will share this fun fact series to your friends too and anyone you know who loves these reading stuffs.

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TRIVIA 0000056: Did you know that the world's rarest and most expensive shell is scientifically named Conus gloriamaris?

It is also known as "Glory of the Sea", and it is found in the Pearl of the Orient Seas, the Philippines.

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TRIVIA 0000057: Did you know that a ribbon worm when gets too hungry simply eats itself?

It can consume to 95% of its own body and still survive.

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TRIVIA 0000058: Did you know that the word "almost" is the longest word in English language that has letters arranged alphabetically?

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TRIVIA 0000059: Did you know that the first king of the Persian empire named Cyrus the Great has still influences on our daily lives?

He taught us how to count by dozens, use columns in architecture, and divide the day into 2 periods of 12 hours. He was also credited as the first man to wear trousers.

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TRIVIA 0000060: Did you know that Les Stewart of Australia, has typed numbers 1 to 1 million manually in words on 19,990 quarto sheets?

Starting on 1962, his target to become a millionaire became a reality on December 7, 1998.

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Were you mesmerized by these five fun facts of the day?
Or would you rather not believe?

Share your reactions by writing down your comments below.

If you have missed my previous posts regarding this series, just check out the following series below:

Trafalgar Trivianairum's Five Fun Facts of the Day (Series 11)

Trafalgar Trivianarium's Five Fun Facts of the Day (Series 10)

Trafalgar Trivianarium's Five Fun Facts of the Day (Series 9)

Trafalgar Trivianarium's Five Fun Facts of the Day (Series 8)

Trafalgar Trivianarium's Five Fun Facts of the Day (Series 7)

Trafalgar Trivianarium's Five Fun Facts of the Day (Series 6)

Trafalgar Trivianarium's Five Fun Facts of the Day (Series 5)

Trafalgar Trivianarium's Five Fun Facts of the Day (Series 4)

Trafalgar Trivianarium's Five Fun Facts of the Day (Series 3)

Trafalgar Trivianarium's Five Fun Facts of the Day (Series 2)

Trafalgar Trivianarium's Five Fun Facts of the Day (Series 1)

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