Nouns that don’t change in their plural form are called “zero plurals,” and some examples would include aircraft, moose, and sheep. They can each refer to the singular or plural ...

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The location where the Somerton Man was found in Adelaide, Australia In the early morning of December 1, 1948, the well-dressed body of a man was found lying against a ...

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For a short moment in the late-1980s, Pepsi became the 6th largest navy in the world because of a deal with the Soviet Union. Here’s the story behind how it ...

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Joi Ito/Flickr Mailing a letter from this spot takes a bit of planning. It’s the world’s deepest postbox, and it’s located off the southeastern coast of Japan at a depth ...

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The Pantheon in Rome The Romans were incredibly adept and revolutionary with many aspects of their daily lives, but they also had some beliefs and actions that were more on ...

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Sometimes you have to use a little ingenuity to get things done. This was the case in 1916 when William Colthart, the president of a new bank in Vernal, Utah, ...

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You’ve probably never wondered what the dot over the letter “i” or “j” is called, but today would be your lucky day. It’s called a “tittle,” better known as a ...

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Replica of the Jules Rimet Trophy Ben Sutherland/Wikimedia The FIFA World Cup Trophy is one of the most coveted and expensive trophies in sports. It is made of 18-karat gold ...

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There happens to be a fish that lives in one of the hottest, most inhospitable environments in the world. What is even more amazing is that this particular fish only ...

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As we have probably often experienced, memories are not always as exact as we remember them. They can be highly suggestible and influenced by others’ recollections, pictures, the passage of ...

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Mobilus in Mobili/Flickr There is a rather odd place in a field in Croaker, Virginia, where there are 43 huge concrete busts of former presidents of the United States. The ...

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