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fun fact - Eyebrow - WTF fun fact #8400 You get red eyes in pictures because your pupil is just a hole and the flash reflects the blood in the back of your eyes

37 Bizarre WTF Facts That'll Take Your Mind Somewhere Strange - The internet has generated a huge amount of laughs from cats and FAILS. And we all out of cats.

Have you ever thought about how and why we think, feel and behave the way we do? Here some amazing psychology facts that will finally give you all the answers. #psychologyfacts #psychology #humanbehavior #humanpsychology #amazingfacts

Have you ever thought about how and why we think, feel and behave the way we do? Here some amazing psychology facts that will finally give you all the answers. #psychologyfacts #psychology #humanbehavior #humanpsychology #amazingfacts

Astronomers discovered a “zombie” star that went supernova in 1954 and then exploded again in 2014. Previously, it was believed stars only went supernova at the end of their lives. According to the study’s lead author, “This supernova breaks...

Astronomers discovered a “zombie” star that went supernova in 1954 and then exploded again in 2014. Previously, it was believed stars only went supernova at the end of their lives. According to the...

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35+ Details of Disney Cartoons That Make Us Look At Them Differently

From old classics like Beauty and the Beast to the latest Pixar flicks, here are some cool details from Disney animated films that you might have missed.

01. Rugby player ‘Buck Shelford’ had 4 of his teeth punched out & took a cleat to testicles during a game in 1986. His scrotum was ripped open with his testicles hanging. He got them stitched up on the bench &  continued through the game and won the match.

1. In 2003, female A-10 Thunderbolt pilot Kim Campbell was heavily lit by anti-aircraft munitions while flying over Baghdad. The plane lost all hydraulics, rolled left and pointed towards the ground, but after reverting to manual mode, she regained control, flew for an hour and landed without brakes.