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10 things we didn't know last week

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1. The Norwegian Socialist Left Party wants people to set aside one hour twice a year to hunt slugs.

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2. Dogs are more likely to develop limp, hard-to-wag tails the further north they live.

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3. The Northern Line is the dirtiest line on the London Underground.

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4. It's possible to be arrested for being drunk while riding a mobility scooter.

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5. The world record for rope skipping is 671.5 jumps in three minutes.

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6. Intelligent people tend to be messier and swear more than others.

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7. The Pokemon Go Wikipedia page has more citations than the Wikipedia page for the Bible (or at least it did on Monday).

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8. One of the last groups of woolly mammoths may have died of thirst.

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9. The Yorkshire Dales national park is not confined to Yorkshire - more than a quarter is now in Cumbria.

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10. There are plans to build the world's largest solar farm in the Chernobyl exclusion zone.

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