10 things we didn't know last week

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1. Male mice sing love songs to females.

Find out more (Guardian)

2. Guests at Mark Zuckerberg's Game of Thrones party stick around afterwards to watch the sitcom Silicon Valley.

Find out more (FT)

3. Norfolk has its own species of man-shaped fungus.

Find out more (the Times)

4. Michael Jackson made a series of prank calls to Russell Crowe.

Find out more (Guardian)

5. As people get older they become more tolerant of discordant music.

Find out more (Smithsonian)

6. Greater Manchester Police name all their serving horses after characters from Charles Dickens novels.

Find out more (Daily Telegraph)

7. Around the Mediterranean people prefer living in towns, while near the Arctic Circle it is in rural areas that people are happier.

Find out more (Economist)

8. Being close to a supermarket boosts the value of a house (compared to those in the same area) unless it's an Aldi or Lidl.

Find out more (Mirror)

9. Aston Villa and Tottenham are the clubs that have had the most England players - 73 each.

Find out more (Daily Telegraph)

10. Cats like classical music, particularly the compositions of George Handel.

Find out more (the Times)

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