[Quiz] How Easily Can You Be Fooled?
The questions in this quiz may just leave you scratching your head in disbelief. How easily can you be fooled? Test yourself!
Macarons and macaroons are not the same thing.
The helmets of space suits are equipped with a piece of velcro to allow the astronaut to scratch his or her nose.
There is a type of fruit that is 300 times sweeter than sugar.
The human body can regrow its liver, even if 75% of the organ is removed.
There is a muscle that not everyone has.
If you really startle a penguin, it can fly about ten meters.
Albert Einstein considered learning how to boil an egg in soup to be his second most important discovery - it meant he had to wash up less.
In 2015, miniature Wi-Fi transmitters began to be attached to pigeons in London. The pigeons sit on telephone wires and thereby recharge the transmitters.
The owner of Foulis Castle is obliged to make a snowball at midsummer at the first request of Queen Elizabeth.
Bananas are radioactive.
In Denmark, there is a law that obliges dog owners to paint their animals' tails a luminescent color to stop them being hit by cars in the dark.
Chris Hemsworth worked in a library before he became an actor.
Louis Vuitton burns its unsold bags at the end of each year.
Sydney is the capital of Australia.