10 things we didn't know last week

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1. At least 49 people have died in accidents involving selfies since 2014.

Find out more (CNN)

2. Horses can tell when you're angry.

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3. Kidderminster Harriers FC players are fined £20 if they wear a hat on match day.

Find out more (The Times)

4. Some 2.25% of all American logos contained a heart shape in 2013.

Find out more (Slate)

5. Lesbians have a 9% wage premium over heterosexual women, whereas gay men face an earnings penalty of 11% compared with straight men.

Find out more (The Economist)

6. A subreddit inspired a scientific study into how people's minds are changed.

Find out more (New York magazine)

7. Happy music makes colours appear brighter.

Find out more (Daily Telegraph)

8. Neanderthal DNA in humans is linked with nicotine addiction and depression.

Find out more (The Guardian)

9. Sir David Attenborough turned down the late Sir Terry Wogan for a presenting job on BBC Two in 1965 because the channel's chief announcer was from Dublin.

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10. The first American football cheerleaders were male and they dominated the sidelines until WW2.

Find out more (Discovery)

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