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10 things we didn't know last week

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1. There's such a thing as eye mites.

Find out more (CBS local)

2. The Hong Kong authorities glue pavement bricks down to stop protesters throwing them.

Find out more (Guardian)

3. The world's oldest cat reached 30.

Find out more (Huffington Post)

4. Teesside Airport rail station only has eight passengers a year pass through it.

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5. You can potentially get a mobile signal while locked in a vault.

Find out more (AP)

6. Some Domino's pizza outlets can work out when regular customers are sick.

Find out more (Oregon Live)

7. Prince Charles treats his farm animals with homeopathy.

Find out more (Guardian)

8. Boris Johnson knows how to sing Ode to Joy in German.

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9. Buffalo sometimes need rescuing from roofs.

Find out more (Metro)

10. It is possible - although illegal - to do 132mph in a Vauxhall Astra van.

Find out more (Daily Express)

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