10 things we didn't know last week
1. Sauropod dinosaurs probably had stiff necks.
2. You can track migration by monitoring vegetable sales.
3. Gandhi was worried about people skim-reading his work.
4. The first recorded incorrect use of the word "literally" was in 1769.
5. Climate change is altering the taste and texture of Fuji apples.
6. Women who fear being forced to marry abroad are advised to hide a spoon in their underwear.
7. There's a Kenyan tradition of running naked at night.
8. Ecosystems still feel the effects of animal extinctions from ancient times.
9. Police in Seattle distribute information about local drug laws using packets of Doritos.
10. A small raccoon, known as an olinguito, lives in the cloud forests of Colombia and Ecuador.
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